Bazox
Question , Wales' second try , the guy hit the ground with the ball well before the line , I thought he had to touch down over the line ?
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Duvet
Forward momentum not a double movement but who knows these days 
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Paul maverick
Not sure which try as their 2nd was when North pounced when no.11 dropped the ball n their line?

Anyway you can slide to score in as long as the ball is under your control, if tackled you can place the ball once in any direction, this could be reaching out to place the ball over for a try. The ref will check for double movement, see England's disallowed try. As a ref without TMO this is sometimes very hard to spot.
Also the line is "in" for a score, you will also see team fighting around the posts, this is because the post protectors are considered "in" and it is harder for the defensive line to stop.

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Bazox
Not sure which try as their 2nd was when North pounced when no.11 dropped the ball n their line?


That was the one .




Anyway you can slide to score in as long as the ball is under your control,


Right ok , that's what happened .
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Paul maverick
have a look at this mate, good example, Dan Cole being a monster:

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Bazox
I don't think he (Dan Cole ) touched the ball down before going over , did he ?
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Paul maverick
Bazox wrote:
I don't think he (Dan Cole ) touched the ball down before going over , did he ?

but the point is “control” and and some stuff around placing the ball once he goes to ground, the law relates to elbows to touching the ground

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Bazox
They may not win the league but is this Man City the best team we have ever had  ? I remember Leeds United looking like they would win four trophies in '74 and coming up blank although they were cheated out of the European Cup .
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Paul maverick
Bazox wrote:
They may not win the league but is this Man City the best team we have ever had  ? I remember Leeds United looking like they would win four trophies in '74 and coming up blank although they were cheated out of the European Cup .
could be, on their day  . . 

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Bazox
Man Utd were found wanting last night against one or Europe's Elite , although the ref bottled it with a blatant pull back and no yellow card , would have been the PSG players second and of course he goes and scores a few mins later .
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Paul maverick
football refs have gone badly downhill over the last 20 years or so
I have refereed a few games, but like the rugby ref I am, bit of a shock to the players ðŸ˜„

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Bazox
Carabao cup final was dreadful , Man City squeezed out their class in the shootout .
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cambs12
Chelsea keeper should be given a rocket no matter what happens to Sarri, and the transfer embargo. Even if the manager goes, it will make the club look soft if they don't take action. 
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Bazox
cambs12 wrote:
Chelsea keeper should be given a rocket no matter what happens to Sarri, and the transfer embargo. Even if the manager goes, it will make the club look soft if they don't take action. 


I have mixed feelings over this Stuart , professionally you are dead right footie is big business  but I am siding with the player here and I like the stance he took , sport is also about personalities , he is a young player first final ? showed passion and balls , I'd want him in my team . 
 
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Paul maverick
Bazox wrote:


I have mixed feelings over this Stuart , professionally you are dead right footie is big business  but I am siding with the player here and I like the stance he took , sport is also about personalities , he is a young player first final ? showed passion and balls , I'd want him in my team . 
 
but it probably cost the team the cup, typical Wendy-ball all about the individual not the team

Oh and whilst i’m here can we please ban ex-players from rugby commentary, their lack of knowledge of the laws is embarrassing at times, there again they only remember  the laws in the last 10 minutes! Particularly the forwards 😉
I’m not Peyper’s biggest fan (his lack of clear signalling at times is one of several issues) but the first penalty was spot on, but NOT for the reasons the ‘experts’ thought! Clearer signaling would have helped them go ‘ooh that’s why’  bloody muppets.
Peyper has forgotten the basics young refs are taught “referee as part of the game, don’t referee the game”

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