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59 minutes ago, alpha33 said:

That was worse than Powell-Pepper’s hit. He should get a minimum of 5 weeks 

I thought P-P was stiff. A Port player turned the poor Crow dude directly into P-P's path...P-P never left the ground with the intention to thump....

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5 minutes ago, Demonland said:

 

It’s hard to argue with that. His only intention was the upper body and he jumped off the ground. These things happen quickly but they are an eternity to these guys.

Simpkin was distressed with concussion symptoms immediately from the vision.

What are we doing here? The week after a bloke is medically retired due to hits to the head.

What is the game about? 

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i don't think it's going to be 10, but it should start at 6

in other concussion news, will pucovski was sconned second ball of his innings down in tasmania

he needs to be brayshaw'd and medically retired from sport where there's a chance of his head being hit

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8 weeks for Webster.

FFS. That is everything we can’t have in the game.

Make him miss two months of footy and he, and others, might finally learn.

We would be en-[censored]-raged if that happened to one of our players. 

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49 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

Enlighten me then, o wise and holy one.

Actually was gonna ask you to settle a debate of sorts between me and another DL-er. He thinks you’re referring to a certain incident and I think you’re referring to a different incident.

Incidentally, I’m very often NOT in the dark as you put it. No, I’m very often across things that aren’t public knowledge, just as you seem to be, or at least, you imply you are. Difference is I choose not to hint at things, or let everyone know that I know something they don’t know.

If you can’t explain why Harmes is a bad boy, perhaps @dazzledavey36 can; I see he gave your post a thumbs up. 

Please do not drag me into your guys high school gossip [censored].

Prefer to talk footy thanks.

Sort it over a DM you two.

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5 minutes ago, titan_uranus said:

8 weeks for Webster.

FFS. That is everything we can’t have in the game.

Make him miss two months of footy and he, and others, might finally learn.

We would be en-[censored]-raged if that happened to one of our players. 

If the AFL want to make a statement on a head high bump then this is the perfect case study right here with this incident.

You'd think 6 weeks at least is a starting point.

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48 minutes ago, rpfc said:

It’s hard to argue with that. His only intention was the upper body and he jumped off the ground. These things happen quickly but they are an eternity to these guys.

Simpkin was distressed with concussion symptoms immediately from the vision.

What are we doing here? The week after a bloke is medically retired due to hits to the head.

What is the game about? 

We will soon find out.

Pp was dealt with properly although I'm not sure why they deliberated so long for.

I hope this is sorted out pronto.

Keep handing out minimum four week bans and players will soon start to behave.

This warrants more than four for me. ( As was the Maynard hit).

 

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1 hour ago, Monbon said:

It's almost a replica of the Maynard Assault.

It’s actually a replica of the Cripps hit which concussed his victim and put him out of the finals.

Cripps’ penalty, a Brownlow.

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1 hour ago, Monbon said:

It's almost a replica of the Maynard Assault.

Blood oath it was. Webster can hardly be expected to avoid a collision when he's left the ground. He's like a frisbee with arms and legs. And Simpkin's momentum after kicking carried him in the direction of Webster, so it's all on him, really. I'm sure a few QCs arguing for 5 hours that up is down will sort this out amicably, with Webster being cleared.

 

1 hour ago, Demonland said:

 

Oh.

NOW you're asking for multiple weeks for a head high collision.

Well, I suppose it's never too late. (Unless you're Angus Brayshaw.)

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