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Did we ever find out what lecras did to get nev so bloody angry on the siren? Just watched the replay and nev was absolutely filthy

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22 minutes ago, biggestred said:

Did we ever find out what lecras did to get nev so bloody angry on the siren? Just watched the replay and nev was absolutely filthy

Good question. I recall thinking at the time, there's only 1 thing Lecras could've said to fire Nev up like that, so hoping he didn't go down that path. Given it's the West Coast Eagles, we know they play by different rules, so it could've been literally anything.

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56 minutes ago, FireInTheBelly said:

Good question. I recall thinking at the time, there's only 1 thing Lecras could've said to fire Nev up like that, so hoping he didn't go down that path. Given it's the West Coast Eagles, we know they play by different rules, so it could've been literally anything.

I really wish people wouldn't jump to that conclusion every time an indigenous player was involved in a fracas.

Having said that, it was strange to see Nev so angry. Would be interested to know exactly what the problem was.

I was mentally  punching LeCras in the side of the head every time nev gave him a jumper punch.

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It’s very rare to see any player reacting like that- especially after the siren.  There was no arguing, just anger.  

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He told him he sucked at Fortnite. Jetta responded by saying he's an adult and that he plays Dota and that Fornite is for little kids. Lecras then said Dota sucks. Cue fight.

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3 hours ago, praha said:

He told him he sucked at Fortnite. Jetta responded by saying he's an adult and that he plays Dota and that Fornite is for little kids. Lecras then said Dota sucks. Cue fight.

I'm 34 and i'm sure I have seen Lecras running around the Map. Ducking like he does on the footy field.

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21 minutes ago, Philthy said:

I'm 34 and i'm sure I have seen Lecras running around the Map. Ducking like he does on the footy field.

I take Lecras to be a Hanzo main tbh.

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Who knows what happened. One thing is certain, Jetta is a gun who took Le Cras to the cleaners and Le Cras is a whinging biatch. 

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40 minutes ago, Jaded said:

Who knows what happened. One thing is certain, Jetta is a gun who took Le Cras to the cleaners and Le Cras is a whinging biatch. 

Nailed it!!!!

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1 hour ago, praha said:

I take Lecras to be a Hanzo main tbh.

Pre patch or post patch?

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18 minutes ago, juzzk1d said:

Pre patch or post patch?

Pre. 

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10 hours ago, faultydet said:

I really wish people wouldn't jump to that conclusion every time an indigenous player was involved in a fracas.

Having said that, it was strange to see Nev so angry. Would be interested to know exactly what the problem was.

I was mentally  punching LeCras in the side of the head every time nev gave him a jumper punch.

Agreed, and normally I wouldn't, it just had an un-Nev feel about it.

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I don’t think it’s race related because Nev doesn’t seem to be the kind who would leave racism on the field. 

Probably nothing more than some nasty sledging.

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The last play of the game was Neville crunching Lecras into the ground during a marking contest.
Lecras probably returned serve after the siren and they agreed to disagree.

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I have it on first hand knowledge that it was a disagreement about the principles of Hegelian philosophy.The sticking point was something to do with rationalism vs absolute idealism and they eventually came to blows overs the concept of sublation.They'd been at it all day and eventually the Frenchman cracked it because Nev had refuted his point using a solipsism.

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54 minutes ago, Hompy said:

The last play of the game was Neville crunching Lecras into the ground during a marking contest.
Lecras probably returned serve after the siren and they agreed to disagree.

Yes... this is closest to the pin for mine! I thought I saw Nev making a backward elbow motion when explaining to one of the other players as they walked off. My guess is that Lecras was dirty on the tackle, and pizzed because the umpire did not award a mark or an 'after the bell' free. I suggest Lecras gave a sneaky high elbow to Nev's ear and the rest is as viewed by the masses. Why Lercras insisted on getting in Nev's face after he could see our man was livid is beyond reason! 

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2 hours ago, praha said:

Pre. 

Yeah typical.

What's your blizz ID fella?

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1 hour ago, waynewussell said:

Yes... this is closest to the pin for mine! I thought I saw Nev making a backward elbow motion when explaining to one of the other players as they walked off. My guess is that Lecras was dirty on the tackle, and pizzed because the umpire did not award a mark or an 'after the bell' free. I suggest Lecras gave a sneaky high elbow to Nev's ear and the rest is as viewed by the masses. Why Lercras insisted on getting in Nev's face after he could see our man was livid is beyond reason! 

Le Cras was actually trying to leave, Nev wouldn't let go of his jumper.

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13 hours ago, TeamPlayedFine39 said:

It’s very rare to see any player reacting like that- especially after the siren.  There was no arguing, just anger.  

What ever it was, it cut him deep.

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1 hour ago, waynewussell said:

Yes... this is closest to the pin for mine! I thought I saw Nev making a backward elbow motion when explaining to one of the other players as they walked off. My guess is that Lecras was dirty on the tackle, and pizzed because the umpire did not award a mark or an 'after the bell' free. I suggest Lecras gave a sneaky high elbow to Nev's ear and the rest is as viewed by the masses. Why Lercras insisted on getting in Nev's face after he could see our man was livid is beyond reason! 

Always good to argue a free kick that will have no bearing on the outcome 

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2 hours ago, rumpole said:

I don’t think it’s race related because Nev doesn’t seem to be the kind who would leave racism on the field. 

Probably nothing more than some nasty sledging.

Good point, fair to rule it out on that basis.

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Maybe Nev wanted to know if they were going to renew Lecroix's contract....

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