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Re: Life ban

Postby Executive Member » Thu Aug 03, 2017 2:37 pm

Zartan wrote:
Dolphin Treasure wrote:Grand junction Rd also know as the mullet line.

Nothing wrong with a good mullet! 8) :lol:


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Re: Life ban

Postby MW » Thu Aug 03, 2017 2:52 pm

You want to be south side of Grand Junction road before sunset before they close the boom gates
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Re: Life ban

Postby heater31 » Thu Aug 03, 2017 2:53 pm

Zartan wrote:
Dolphin Treasure wrote:Grand junction Rd also know as the mullet line.

Nothing wrong with a good mullet! 8) [emoji38]
Can't remember which one it was but either Salisbury West or Ingle Farm had a teenager goal umpire the 2's one day with the best one I've ever seen :shock:
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Re: Life ban

Postby Computer Crashed » Thu Aug 03, 2017 7:27 pm

hollywood7477 wrote:
scottroo wrote:3 reports

Bloke from Salisbury west got 8 for a headbutt

Aaron lord from Smithfield got 6 for striking


Clifton from eastern park 3 for striking


interesting that the suspensions are from northern clubs!!!!!

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Re: Life ban

Postby old farmer » Thu Aug 03, 2017 8:00 pm

Dolphin Treasure wrote:
heater31 wrote:
hollywood7477 wrote:
scottroo wrote:3 reports

Bloke from Salisbury west got 8 for a headbutt

Aaron lord from Smithfield got 6 for striking


Clifton from eastern park 3 for striking


interesting that the suspensions are from northern clubs!!!!!
Stop picking on those clubs from the wrong side of Grand Junction RE :roll: ;)


Grand junction Rd also know as the mullet line.


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Re: Life ban

Postby morell » Fri Aug 04, 2017 10:47 am

So just Bingo for Ingle Farm then?
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Re: Life ban

Postby Footy Chick » Fri Aug 04, 2017 12:01 pm

old farmer wrote:
Bogan Bingo at IF this Saturday night. More than welcome to come along :lol:


haha, dress code: Come as you are ;) :lol:

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Re: Life ban

Postby Inallseriousness » Fri Aug 04, 2017 1:37 pm

Footy Chick wrote:
old farmer wrote:
Bogan Bingo at IF this Saturday night. More than welcome to come along :lol:


haha, dress code: Come as you are ;) :lol:

*runs*


Says that coming from Hope Valley :roll: :lol:
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Re: Life ban

Postby Footy Chick » Fri Aug 04, 2017 1:38 pm

Inallseriousness wrote:
Footy Chick wrote:
old farmer wrote:
Bogan Bingo at IF this Saturday night. More than welcome to come along :lol:


haha, dress code: Come as you are ;) :lol:

*runs*


Says that coming from Hope Valley :roll: :lol:


Hey, at least we're 500m south of the mullet line :lol:
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Re: Life ban

Postby The Bedge » Thu Aug 17, 2017 2:49 pm

Question:
In terms of the Amended Affiliation Agreement's (AAA) that clubs are placed on, what is the process for defining the need for applying them?

e.g.
#Total Number of reported offences in a season for club
#Total Number of matches suspended reached in a season
#Club Incident Rating over a season
#Ratings / Reports / Suspensions over a 2 or more year period
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Re: Life ban

Postby jo172 » Thu Aug 17, 2017 2:50 pm

Zartan wrote:Question:
In terms of the Amended Affiliation Agreement's (AAA) that clubs are placed on, what is the process for defining the need for applying them?

e.g.
#Total Number of reported offences in a season for club
#Total Number of matches suspended reached in a season
#Club Incident Rating over a season
#Ratings / Reports / Suspensions over a 2 or more year period


Trying to work out what you can get away with in finals? :lol:
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Re: Life ban

Postby The Bedge » Thu Aug 17, 2017 3:03 pm

jo172 wrote:Trying to work out what you can get away with in finals? :lol:

Haha! Not at all :lol:

Just think it might be something that would be worth understanding better - for instance if you're a coach and looking at clubs, I would think checking up on their history would be important, and in particular their recent season to see what sort of risk is associated if that makes sense?

For instance, hear a lot about say Salisbury North being on AAA, but then this year there are clubs like Portland with 7x reports, Pt Districts 5x reports, Fitzroy 5x reports, Gaza 4x reports.. do they come under the microscope?

Or does it go on games - so Portland have 7x reports for instance, for a total of 14 games, where as say Athelstone/Ingle Farm have 2x reports worth total off 11 games, or Modbury 6x reports 18 games?

Or does the league say ok may this is an isolated season, lets take the numbers over say 2-3 years?

Also better understanding allows clubs to keep a closer eye/monitor on their records, so they can reinforce correct behaviours instead of becoming complacent.

Does that make sense lol? :? :lol:
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Re: Life ban

Postby The Bedge » Thu Aug 17, 2017 3:34 pm

MATCHES SUSPENDED
14 - North Pines - (also have 2x 7yr suspensions)
27 - Salisbury West - (16 from one player)
21 - Smithfield
20 - Golden Grove

18 - Kilburn
18 - Modbury

14 - Port District
14 - Portland

12 - Brighton

11 - Athelstone
11 - Ingle Farm

10 - Fitzroy

09 - Brahma Lodge
09 - Gaza
09 - Mitcham

08 - Gepps Cross
08 - Greenacres
08 - Lockleys
08 - Salisbury North
08 - St Peters OC

07 - Broadview
07 - Edwardstown
07 - Rosewater (one player)

06 - Morphettville Park
06 - Para Hills
06 - Sacred Heart OC

05 - Seaton Ramblers
05 - Unley

04 - North Haven
04 - PHOS Camden
04 - SMOSH
04 - Tea Tree Gully
04 - Trinity OS
04 - PAOC

03 - Blackfiars
03 - Eastern Park
03 - Elizabeth
03 - Flinders Park

02 - Goodwood
02 - Plympton
02 - Pooraka
02 - Scotch OC
02 - Woodville South

01 - Central United
01 - Henley
01 - Mitchell Park
01 - Rostrevor
01 - Salisbury
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Re: Life ban

Postby The Bedge » Thu Aug 17, 2017 3:39 pm

TRIBUNAL APPEARANCES/REPORTS
7 - Portland

6 - Golden Grove
6 - Modbury
6 - North Pines

5 - Brahma Lodge
5 - Port District

4 - Brighton
4- Fitzroy
4 - Gaza
4 - Salisbury West
4 - Seaton Ramblers
4 - Smithfield
4 - Tea Tree Gully

3 - Broadview
3 - Edwardstown
3 - Flinders Park
3 - Greenacres
3 - Kilburn
3 - Lockleys
3 - Salisbury North
3 - St Peters OC

2 - Athelstone
2 - Elizabeth
2 - Gepps Cross
2 - Ingle Farm
2 - Mitcham
2 - North Haven
2- PAOC
2 - Para Hills
2 - PHOS Camden
2 - Sacred Heart OC
2 - SMOSH
2 - Unley

1 - Blackfriars
1 - Central United
1 - Eastern Park
1 - Goodwood
1 - Henley
1 - Mitchell Park
1 - Morphettville Park
1 - Plympton
1 - Pooraka
1 - Rosewater
1 - Salisbury
1 - Scotch OC
1 - Trinity OS
1 - Westminster
1 - Woodville South
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Re: Life ban

Postby Iron Fist » Thu Aug 17, 2017 5:08 pm

Think it needs to be taken over a few years to get a good gauge. Also need to take into account what the report was for.
Example is us (portland) this season. 2 of the reports came in round 1 for sling tackles. The rules had only been changed over the summer so perhaps a warning or 50m penalty should have handed out. Similar tackles later in the season from our players and opposition didnt even draw a free kick. It was evident the new rule was fresh in the umpires mind round 1. After all the players were made aware of this new rule at training the next week i dont believe we had another report for a sling tackle.
Another example is player called umpire a cheat. He wasnt in his face, didnt threaten umpire and it was after a very questionable decision. Not condoning the player but he recieved a red card and 3 game suspension. The umpire needed to take control of the situation but a yellow card would have been a fair penalty IMO.
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Re: Life ban

Postby The Bedge » Thu Aug 17, 2017 5:18 pm

Iron Fist wrote:The umpire needed to take control of the situation but a yellow card would have been a fair penalty IMO.

Surely another issue in itself? Are clubs at risk of umpires abusing their power/position, over reacting/poorly handling situations or poorly skilled/trained?

How many clubs this year have fronted the tribunal and probably felt that a yellow card would suffice, and the report was hardly warranted? How many times have umpires over reacted this year?
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Re: Life ban

Postby Dutchy » Thu Aug 17, 2017 5:21 pm

interesting table above, delivers certain trends.
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Re: Life ban

Postby jo172 » Thu Aug 17, 2017 5:24 pm

Zartan wrote:
Iron Fist wrote:The umpire needed to take control of the situation but a yellow card would have been a fair penalty IMO.

Surely another issue in itself? Are clubs at risk of umpires abusing their power/position, over reacting/poorly handling situations or poorly skilled/trained?

How many clubs this year have fronted the tribunal and probably felt that a yellow card would suffice, and the report was hardly warranted? How many times have umpires over reacted this year?


How many Clubs are playing blokes who'd clearly prefer to be mixed-martial artists than footballers?
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Re: Life ban

Postby The Bedge » Thu Aug 17, 2017 6:29 pm

jo172 wrote:How many Clubs are playing blokes who'd clearly prefer to be mixed-martial artists than footballers?

God knows lol - don't know why players bother, too much energy wasted.
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Re: Life ban

Postby Brodlach » Thu Aug 17, 2017 7:58 pm

Dutchy wrote:interesting table above, delivers certain trends.

So what are you saying Dutchy?
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