‘Should not have been a penalty’: NRL bosses apologise to Ricky and Robbo after crucial mistakes

‘Should not have been a penalty’: NRL bosses apologise to Ricky and Robbo after crucial mistakes

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NRL head of football Graham Annesley has admitted referees got two controversial decisions wrong in Round 16.

The first took place at a crucial point in the Panthers and Roosters clash on Friday night, handing the Penrith side a penalty for a Sam Verills tackle which was considered dangerous.

The moment in the 39th minute seemed innocuous, but referee Gerard Sutton saw otherwise after Scott Sorensen’s face managed to hit the ground.

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2 comments on “‘Should not have been a penalty’: NRL bosses apologise to Ricky and Robbo after crucial mistakes

  1. EVERYONES KNOWS THE GAMBLING COMPANIES RUN THE GAMES, THEY CONTROL WHO WINS AND LOSES.
    WHEN WILL THIS CORRUPTION STOP. WHEN WILL THE PLAYERS DECIDE WHO WINS, THE WAY IT USED TO BE.
    THE CORRUPTION IS SO BLATANT HOW THEY USE 6 AGAIN TO FAVOR ONE TEAM OVER ANOTHER, PENALTY COUNTS THAT FAVOR ONE TEAM AND THE 10 METRE RULE DOESNT SEEM TO EXIST ANYMORE. ONE TEAM IS ALLOWED TO LAY ON THE OTHER PLAYERS FOR WHAT SEEMS TO BE AN ETERNITY WITHOUT PENALTY BUT THE TEAM THAT IS MEANT TO LOSE HAS TO GET OFF THE TACKLED PLAYER IMMEDIATELY OR GET PENALISED. BRING BACK OUR GREAT GAME TO WHAT IT WAS PLEASE

  2. Hallelujah the penny has finally dropped . Betting and corruption decide who wins and who loses every game every week. Its not new it has been going on for a very long time . But now they don’t even try to hide it . A very sad day when they let people bet on football.

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