When is a 'Red' card ...

Re: When is a 'Red' card ...

caldiglaws 04 Jun 2020 18:23 pm said..

If Danny was playing in New Zealand he would spend a lot of time in the physio room after all a concussion causing tackle a leg breaking trip or stamp means a 20 minute loss of a player,you could even field a thug to injure a player serve a ban at a later date only to replace him after the 20 minute card. You could employ a thug for each opponent you wanted hurt so the bans dont get to long for frequent abuses. I know it's taking things to far but after Saracens serial cheating anything is possible
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Gloucester Mute 04 Jun 2020 23:26 pm said..


Bit early in the evening for gibberish Caldi ??
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Number10 05 Jun 2020 05:22 am said..

I dont think it is a good idea but players doing it on purpose really? I would suggest if you looked at the amount of serious injuries most occur from accidents. It would be very hard to injure somebody deliberately and be certain they would be off for the game.
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