he's hit that
Originally Posted by Peter Mooresforever 63*
well you overturned the other one so
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Will say this once and then nothing else. Defamation laws quite clear in Aus.be careful.
Please overturn. Honestly, bloody hotspot...
Clicker in the pocket
wish there was an englishman in the comm box so i could say something like "one of athers' teeth fell out and that's the audio"
Dar continues to troll Australia with overwhelmingly consistent umpiring this northern summer.
Gotta love Twatto's reaction.
He must have a pretty fair idea he's hit that, but wears the uncomprehending expression of an outraged Gorilla who's just arrived back from the jungle to find a Bonobo diddling Mrs Gorilla.
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They need to come up with a formal written protocol for these things and publicise it so everyone knows where they stand. ie. what criteria have to be met for decisions to be overturned/confirmed.
"Wrong but not bad decisions".
FFS, Micky. Making a mockery of the language there. Can we also then have "Right but not good decisions"?!?!
not sure if cameraman messing with us or eclipse...
The point effectively being made is a decision where technology has overturned in an instance where the technology has a better chance of getting it right - eg. as in this case where the evidence consists solely of a sound with no deviation. If the onfield umpire doesn't hear the noise then he can't give it out and therefore hasn't made a bad decision.
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