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JP Doyle
Discussion started by Marconi , 04 October, 2019 21:57
JP Doyle
Marconi 04 October, 2019 21:57
Anyone else find his pally style a bit much? Calling players by nicknames etc.

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backdoc 04 October, 2019 22:33
Yes. And his socks obsession looks a bit fey.

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westwaleswasp 05 October, 2019 00:42
He was the future once. At one time he looked like he was going to.be a super ref, but he has devolved into a very different guy. Such a shame.

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Matt82 05 October, 2019 07:11
I did wonder how he called that Kvesic try at the end when he didn't allow the Alo one v Tigers.

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WaspieMatt 05 October, 2019 08:13
Dread him reffing us. Very little if anything seems to go our way and he seems to miss quite a few things on the pitch as well. Not a fan in the slightest.

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Statesman 05 October, 2019 13:15
Agreed - he has become a very poor referee. I hope I am proved wrong but post WBs retirement I think the poor standard of refereeing in the Prem will be a persistent talking point this season.

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Buzzboy 05 October, 2019 16:17
Was surprised to see him reffing Worcs v Exe. Had thought he would have been at REC in some capacity. Was keen once, but seems to have lost the plot.


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