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Re: Chats With Players & Coaches Yesterday
Posted by: tbonethequin
Date: 02/10/2017 10:33
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In relation to JK and DW, this backs up what DOK and I are saying:
Kingston then rounded on Northampton by drawing attention to the extensive bruising around the left eye of Ward, who was Quins captain in the absence of the concussed James Horwill.

"I have to say, and I'm not here to cast dispersions, but my hooker has got a rather nasty eye and I know how it happened because he's told me and I believe him," Kingston said.

"I'm pretty disappointed about that and he's not happy about it."

When asked if he would refer the incident to Catling, Kingston replied: "No, probably not. It's not about blowing the whistle on people.

"But I do get angst when there's maybe questions over one or two of my players when on the day we did not get the rub of the green in terms of the way things were being done."

So, in other words, we know what happened but we're not in to whistleblowing. Not sure I agree with him as I had a picture taken with Wardy and he wasn't a pretty sight.

(And please, no stupid comments about JK's misuse of English).

I must say, it's a pretty odd stance to take from JK. If he feels there has been serious foul play and they think they know when / how it happened, then why not raise it? I suppose, as someone said on another thread, that just be saying what he did say brings it to the attention of a wider audience. Oh well, what's done is done.

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