New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-07-22 02:28:27 –
Chester, one of the longest-running coaches in the Rugby Football League rules committee, was banned in a match against Salford, which was reorganized on Friday, two of Ryan Hampshire and Joe Alandel. After seeing the players, I started criticizing.
His comment made a strong statement accusing the RFL’s match review panel of Hampshire, Alandel and St Helens making “random accusations” against Sione Matautia in foul play during the match last Friday. In Bellevue, which reflects the sentiment of Trinity CEO Michael Carter.
Matautia will not be able to compete in Saturday’s Challenge Cup final at Wembley as a result of the suspension.
Wakefield He appealed against Hampshire’s ban, but the accusation was upheld by an independent court.
“I thought we were in a really strong proceeding, but I’m guilty until I proved innocent,” Chester said in a weekly press conference. “That’s exactly right.
“I think the game is confusing at this point when the team is having a hard time getting the players on the pitch.
“I haven’t heard from the CEO or Super League president about what happened in the last three or four weeks and it’s just unacceptable.
“I said that before, I’m really afraid the game will move forward. I think there’s a clear lack of leadership.”
Chester is an academy to form a team in one of three games reorganized on Friday, in addition to 11 players being injured and prostitute Kyle Wood losing to Covid-19. It says it will take advantage of young people.
“It’s a tough job, even for a team like us, who has a team of 31 players,” he said.
“We have an academy and we are not one of the clubs trying to protect our ego. We have a competitive team.
“We will play with some young children, and it’s a great opportunity for them. We go there to win, and we use motivation over the past few weeks.”
The game will be played at Harriwell Jones Stadium in Warrington for pitch maintenance at AJ Bell Stadium.
Marshall added: “Thanks to Warrington for hosting us. We don’t really get that home advantage, but we’re still looking forward to it.”
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