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'Accidents' shouldn't prevent pair playing GF: QC

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by ManlyBacker, Sep 25, 2011.

  1. ManlyBacker

    ManlyBacker Winging it Staff Member

    +971 / 7
    THE Queen's Counsel initially engaged to represent Glenn Stewart in the year's biggest judiciary case says it would be a ''travesty'' if Manly pair Steve Matai and Tony Williams were rubbed out of next Sunday's grand final.

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  2. Berkeley_Eagle

    Berkeley_Eagle Current Status: 24/7 Manly Fan 2016 Tipping Competitor

    +2,097 / 13
    Nothing in both incidents
  3. Jatz Crackers

    Jatz Crackers Moderator Staff Member

    +1,239 / 7
    Typical bloody lawyer. This is the bloke that bailed on us with Gifts case.

    He shouldnt have the hide to even make a comment let alone offer his services. P!ss off you unprofessional clown.
  4. DSM5

    DSM5 Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

    +516 / 0
    Easy on Jatz, we don't know what happened in the Glenn case. He's correct though when commenting of the Matai incident. Matai made contact with his upper thigh from where I sat. I just think the Players Association needs to get involved with these 'diving' incidents and tap a few players on the head. There are a group of guys, and we all know who they are, that continually do this. Name and shame might be the go. Look at Quinn last night. Pathetic. All one has to do is stay down, and there seems to me to be an automatic penalty and on-report. It's a body contact, tough game, so 'toughen up'.
  5. Central Coast Eagle

    Central Coast Eagle Active Member

    +108 / 2
    According to Graeme Hughes, this bloke has come out and made a statutory declaration that has ramifications for the manly club in regards to the gifty case, yet seems to be backing us here?
  6. Jatz Crackers

    Jatz Crackers Moderator Staff Member

    +1,239 / 7
    My distaste for this bloke is that he took on the case (after being briefed) and then folded with no time left for changing tack on options we might have otherwise had available to us. Unprofessional to say the least.

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