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Author Topic: World Cup refs told to treat high tackles with zero tolerance  (Read 464 times)

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What a lot of nonsense. It was a clear red in the Oz/NZ game because that's the law.

He wasn't falling, he was already low when he took a shoulder charge to the head. Under the law that's a straight red now.

It's a shoulder charge because his arms were behind his body at the moment of contact.


Not sure how trying to make a law to stop people getting brain damage is going to ruin the tournament.
« Last Edit: Thursday 15-Aug-2019, 11:01* by Blucherquin »
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