Craig Bellamy denounced referee Adam G in the hurricane 28-6 defeat and said: “It will never happen again.”
When Smith played the ball with the hurricane, he was sent to the trash.
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He hit the prostitute and met him with Eden Tolman. When he got up to play the ball, he immediately sent his comments to G.
“I didn’t even repeat what he said,” he says when asked about the incident.
When Smith left the field, he shook hands with sarcasm fans and gave them a thumbs up before reacting angrily to one of the comments.
When Smith went down to the cave, he turned around, turned around, turned around, turned around, turned around, turned around, turned around, turned around. He had to be arrested by a hurricane official and a security guard.
Speaking after the game, Bellamy Smith condemned G’s treatment and lamented the impact of fishing on the hurricane.
“I don’t know what happened there. It seemed like one of our best teams, we had a little line speed. Then I thought we were being punished, but he went into the trash. ”
“I don’t know what he said. We do not want our players to show such contempt for referees. I can say no.
“I don’t know why he said something then. The judge is clear. Let me talk a little bit with Brandon and see what happens there. ”
“Like I said, we don’t agree with everything that happens to the referees, but we are respectful and it is bad to throw the ball back and throw it away.
I’m sure it won’t happen again.
Reflecting on his tragic defeat, Bellamy admits that he is considering signing a mid-season contract to help with the storm’s aftermath.
Rocky wing winger Grant Anderson has suffered a serious knee injury. Kenny Bromwich has been ruled out with an ankle injury.
“To be honest, it was a very difficult year,” he says.
“Hopefully those people (injured by sharks) aren’t so bad.
“We found a little on the left hat. We definitely found a place in 30 left.
“Probably a factor as to why they’re doing so poorly. We haven’t talked much about it, but we have to talk about it when Grant gets hurt tonight.
Bellamy said that although the hurricane was their second straight defeat, there were positive things to be learned from the game.
“I thought the first half was good. With great respect, their legs were out of the game in the first half.
“I thought we were in the game at 10-Neil. There are some things we need to improve, but I think our efforts tonight were much better than last week.
I think we ran on the hot side with the pedestrian.