2019/20 Round 1

Discussion in 'Australian Football' started by Rowdy, Oct 10, 2019.


  1. Wombat

    Wombat Well-Known Member

    Hopefully Scum will get it.....the Spoon (The Pox and the Plague i think they already got).
     
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  2. MagpieMariner

    MagpieMariner Well-Known Member

    I thought Brisbane were all over Perf in the 2nd dig, a lot of desperate defending around the box.
    Sydney & WU looked to have the most dangerous attacks. I thought WU looked very geriatric after the half, a decent #9 might have got 'Nux a point.
     
  3. Forum Phoenix

    Forum Phoenix Well-Known Member

    Yeah tale of two halves for sure. Perth looked a class above in the first half but clearly tired while Roar went up a gear instead.
     
  4. turbo

    turbo Well-Known Member

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  5. Capn Gus Bloodbeard

    Capn Gus Bloodbeard Well-Known Member

    https://coupler.foxsports.com.au/ap...o/news-story/01bb996a9af0dc81202494222cc394ff

    WP awarded an indirect free kick when a Western United player ran on the field without permission when it should have been a penalty kick.

    Completely inexcusable and every official there needs to be suspended. The VAR in particular - it's literally their job to check and analyse potential penalty decisions, so they were supposed to catch that error.

    know everybody says that refs don't know the laws, but there's a big, big difference between interpreting a situation poorly, and actually getting the text of the law wrong. The latter very rarely happens.
    This time though, it did. And when refs get the text of the law wrong and make match changing errors, that's the sort of thing that can – and has – led to results being successfully appealed against. From everything through to grassroots CCF, up to televised games in bigger leagues than this.
     
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  6. sydmariner

    sydmariner Well-Known Member

    Western United only got 6088 for their 1st ever home game :vhappy:
     

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