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Re: Discussion Concerns
« on: Sat 18 Feb 2023 18:01 »
I enjoy being a member and contributor of RTR and hope to continue as such. Having said that, I have become a little concerned lately regarding the direction in which some conversations are evolving. My understanding of the "raison d'etre" of RTR is to discuss and exchange opinions on Referees, their match appointments and their decisions, both objectively and subjectively. However, quite a few recent discussions have, in my opinion, developed into slanging matches with a heavy team support bias and have almost become a football club supporter forum rather than fair and balanced opinions of the refereeing subject supposedly being discussed.

What do other members think?

I totaly agree with you - there is definately an increase in comments such as 'my team should have been given a penalty' 'red card to' 'my team this and that etc
 I too think that it      seems to be developing into a club supporter forum - lets get back to what the forum should be about
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