I think the secret of this has come up in recent episodes where they both say how they find complaining about umpiring and/or tribunal decisions a bore. Those topics take up copious amounts of time on places like SEN and AFL360 and I just find them completely uninteresting; it's just tedious moaning about areas that fans are never happy about (and therefore an easy talkback option for SEN) and - as Fine & Connolly have said - people can never pinpoint a time in the past when they were happy with umpires or whoever was in charge of match sanctions.RoCo and Finey have a simple formula which focuses mostly on dissecting the game, less focus on the tiresome “issue of the week” crap. Who played well and why and who didn’t. Good stuff.
It's more than a bit out of the way if you live in Perth like me, maybe they should look at setting up a franchise here, I'd give it a crack.Having just got on board the bandwagon, I like it because it's a taste of better part of pre-Huchty SEN.
This hamburger joint is a bit out of the way for me, but I have it in mind. Whenever I'm in the area next, I intend to go in.
Haha.In previewing the Tigers/Hawks game, Finey references the 'lazy football media' who last week didn’t watch the game and just looked at the stats and rattled off the well known Hawthorn players when mentioning the best performers against GWS. He points to Kaiden Brand as one of lesser known players who acquitted himself well, but ironically Brand was dropped and didn't play in the game.
Rohan if you're reading, please bring this up and takes the p155 out of him. God knows he does it enough to you!
Eleni Glouftsis has become the latest field umpire to be dropped by the AFL in the wake of poor performances.
The Age understands Glouftsis will umpire in the VFL this week, following a string of poor decisions, including two crucial errors in the St Kilda versus West Coast clash last Saturday night, which resulted in two goals to the Eagles.