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World Rugby bosses voice concerns over Dan Biggar's on-field outbursts at referees

http://www.walesonline.co.uk/sport/rugb ... s-12215207

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It's a pity that he plays in the Pro12, the refs are crap.


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Decent communication should be the goal. We don't want players in the ref's face like football - that's rubbish. But in the same way there does need to be a line of communication between the ref and the players. If the ref decides that's the captain then the captain should be able to talk to a player then approach the ref. If a regular player is arguing then penalise him or march him 10.

I'm not a fan of refs being dismissive of captains, it just comes over school-tearcherish and a bit pathetic.


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Four More Years wrote:
Decent communication should be the goal. We don't want players in the ref's face like football - that's rubbish. But in the same way there does need to be a line of communication between the ref and the players. If the ref decides that's the captain then the captain should be able to talk to a player then approach the ref. If a regular player is arguing then penalise him or march him 10.

I'm not a fan of refs being dismissive of captains, it just comes over school-tearcherish and a bit pathetic.


Problem is that it is often the Capts that are pests ....cue Parisse :angry4:

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Tony Panties wrote:
Four More Years wrote:
Decent communication should be the goal. We don't want players in the ref's face like football - that's rubbish. But in the same way there does need to be a line of communication between the ref and the players. If the ref decides that's the captain then the captain should be able to talk to a player then approach the ref. If a regular player is arguing then penalise him or march him 10.

I'm not a fan of refs being dismissive of captains, it just comes over school-tearcherish and a bit pathetic.


Problem is that it is often the Capts that are pests ....cue Parisse :angry4:


Stephen Moore too.

Let them be pests, I reckon refs should be above it. A poor captain can whinge on and on and I've seen good refs deal with it without being condescending.

"I understand what you're saying, but I don't see it that way. This is the ruling I'm making at this time" etc is a fair response. Some of the rubbish we see from the celebrity refs is just embarrassing. A ref should listen to the captain, acknowledge it's heard, then continue on with his current ruling.


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I read a piece on the baiting which made a good point.

Some sides are coached to contest every decision fairly close to the try line to reduce the number of quick taps.

That point was repeated on BBC Sport News as well.

Hmmmmm.


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The old squeaky wheel theory.

I'm sure it happens, but I reckon if the wrong person is doing it (I'm looking at you Stephen Moore) then it probably has the opposite effect.

Your captain really needs to be a people-person.


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The old squeaky wheel theory.

I'm sure it happens, but I reckon if the wrong person is doing it (I'm looking at you Stephen Moore) then it probably has the opposite effect.

Your captain really needs to be a people-person.


Becoming too friendly with referees is frowned on in Wales.


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Bouch wrote:
Four More Years wrote:
The old squeaky wheel theory.

I'm sure it happens, but I reckon if the wrong person is doing it (I'm looking at you Stephen Moore) then it probably has the opposite effect.

Your captain really needs to be a people-person.


Becoming too friendly with referees is frowned on in Wales.



you are on a loosing wicket on this one Bouch ,,,, rest of thread been for the thread.


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LLanrumneyOik wrote:
Bouch wrote:
Four More Years wrote:
The old squeaky wheel theory.

I'm sure it happens, but I reckon if the wrong person is doing it (I'm looking at you Stephen Moore) then it probably has the opposite effect.

Your captain really needs to be a people-person.


Becoming too friendly with referees is frowned on in Wales.



you are on a loosing wicket on this one Bouch ,,,, rest of thread been for the thread.


Like England, mate.

The losing bit ...


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