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Wayne Barnes gets the push!

Post by fleabane » Sat Jan 16, 2016 1:39 pm

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/rugbyu ... layer.html

Maybe not quite what you thought? However, his reaction showed common sense, although Kolelishvili might count himself very lucky not to have seen red!
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Re: Wayne Barnes gets the push!

Post by fentiger » Sat Jan 16, 2016 1:57 pm

fleabane wrote:http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/rugbyu ... layer.html

Maybe not quite what you thought? However, his reaction showed common sense, although Kolelishvili might count himself very lucky not to have seen red!
Especially lucky late on after having a yellow not to gain a second, thus red!

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Re: Wayne Barnes gets the push!

Post by Iain » Sat Jan 16, 2016 1:58 pm

He'll be lucky if he's not cited. Entry level for that is 24 weeks.

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Re: Wayne Barnes gets the push!

Post by Stu_F » Sat Jan 16, 2016 3:46 pm

I thought it was before he got his yellow, which itself seemed harsh (especially since the original transgressor stayed on). Although I did think deliberately making contact with a ref was meant to be red.

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Re: Wayne Barnes gets the push!

Post by wormus » Sat Jan 16, 2016 4:18 pm

This clip from the Daily Wail is better than the DT as there is no fee and this has the video of the incident.
To me this could be refered and become a yellow + yellow = red card and should be banned as a deliberate push.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/rugbyu ... preys.html

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Re: Wayne Barnes gets the push!

Post by Bill W (2) » Sat Jan 16, 2016 6:19 pm

fleabane wrote:http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/rugbyu ... layer.html

Maybe not quite what you thought? However, his reaction showed common sense, although Kolelishvili might count himself very lucky not to have seen red!

24 weeks reduced to 4. He did tell Barnes he was coming!!

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Re: Wayne Barnes gets the push!

Post by Isambard » Sat Jan 16, 2016 8:00 pm

Barnes did well, something and nothing, slap on the wrist.

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Re: Wayne Barnes gets the push!

Post by trendylfj » Sun Jan 17, 2016 11:07 am

I am sorry to disagree with some of these comments but a deliberate push on the ref, which this was, is a red card. No ifs or buts! I fully supported the action taken against Backy - he was wrong in what he did just like what Kolelishvili did and I hope he is cited and banned. If he is not, does that give the green light to any player to push the ref out of the way? Yes it does and it also makes it difficult for and disciplinary panel to reject the case law of no punishment should be given to others who do it.

Barnes was wrong not sensible. He should have sent him off and then said "if you wanted me to move you should have asked".
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Re: Wayne Barnes gets the push!

Post by Hinckley Bob » Sun Jan 17, 2016 11:12 am

trendylfj wrote:I am sorry to disagree with some of these comments but a deliberate push on the ref, which this was, is a red card. No ifs or buts! I fully supported the action taken against Backy - he was wrong in what he did just like what Kolelishvili did and I hope he is cited and banned. If he is not, does that give the green light to any player to push the ref out of the way? Yes it does and it also makes it difficult for and disciplinary panel to reject the case law of no punishment should be given to others who do it.

Barnes was wrong not sensible. He should have sent him off and then said "if you wanted me to move you should have asked".
Totally different to Back. It was not an aggressive act, just wanted him out of the way. On this occasion, Barnes did well.

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Re: Wayne Barnes gets the push!

Post by trendylfj » Sun Jan 17, 2016 11:40 am

Hinckley Bob wrote:
trendylfj wrote:I am sorry to disagree with some of these comments but a deliberate push on the ref, which this was, is a red card. No ifs or buts! I fully supported the action taken against Backy - he was wrong in what he did just like what Kolelishvili did and I hope he is cited and banned. If he is not, does that give the green light to any player to push the ref out of the way? Yes it does and it also makes it difficult for and disciplinary panel to reject the case law of no punishment should be given to others who do it.

Barnes was wrong not sensible. He should have sent him off and then said "if you wanted me to move you should have asked".
Totally different to Back. It was not an aggressive act, just wanted him out of the way. On this occasion, Barnes did well.
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Re: Wayne Barnes gets the push!

Post by wardy » Sun Jan 17, 2016 7:43 pm

I'm with you trendy. The push was certainly deliberate and aggressive. He wanted Barnes out of the way and took it upon himself to remove him, ergo aggressive.
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Re: Wayne Barnes gets the push!

Post by Bowden Tiger » Sun Jan 17, 2016 8:13 pm

Deliberate and aggressive, so therefore a straight red.

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Re: Wayne Barnes gets the push!

Post by Noggs » Mon Jan 18, 2016 10:58 am

Not as aggressive as a letter from a Stains fan in yesterday's trp. Claims that sir was and always is very bias against Stains and favours Leicester.

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Re: Wayne Barnes gets the push!

Post by Noddy555 » Mon Jan 18, 2016 12:07 pm

Poor Wayne he really has come in for some stick lately.

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Re: Wayne Barnes gets the push!

Post by jgriffin » Mon Jan 18, 2016 1:20 pm

I thought he dealt with it very well. Players actively look to use the ref as a shield and it is difficult for both defenders and refs to get it right. We do not know if Barnes did not think 'oh dear, I'm in the wrong position and blocking a defenders' line' as it happened. I'm sure at hearing Barnes will give/gave his interpretation.
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