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Old 6th January 2016, 23:22   #21
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Broad has been in the match referee's room more than any other England player and there should have been a lot more times when he has got away with incidents. These were mainly for celebrating wickets without appealing and arguing with umpires.

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2007 - breach of logo policy
2009 - public criticism of match official
2010 - throwing the ball at or near a player
2011 - Broad - lbw appeal turned down and then offensive remarks to umpire
2014 - Broad - inappropriate comment to incident in match
2014 - slow over rate
2016 - fined for dissent

Unhappy at the sanction, Broad argued his case believing he shouldn’t be fined at all and had it doubled to 30 per cent, around £3,000, for an expensive start to the year.

Twice he told the umpire to get on with the game. I guess when Broad retires he will become a match referee.

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Old 7th January 2016, 08:54   #22
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Unhappy at the sanction, Broad argued his case believing he shouldn’t be fined at all and had it doubled to 30 per cent, around £3,000, for an expensive start to the year.

Twice he told the umpire to get on with the game. I guess when Broad retires he will become a match referee.
...and might be fine-happy like his dad?
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Old 7th January 2016, 11:38   #23
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...I guess when Broad retires he will become a match referee.
May depend upon how much influence his father holds with whichever employer he wishes to work for.
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Old 7th January 2016, 11:43   #24
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Old 27th March 2016, 12:18   #25
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England's players

1994
Atherton - dissent at umpire's decision
Tufnell - throwing the ball in aggressive manner after caught behind appeal turned down
1998
Thorpe - standing his ground for 7 seconds after being given out lbw
Ramprakash - dissent at umpire's decision
1999
Hussain - breach of logo policy
2000
Hussain - broke dressing room fridge glass door after being given out
2001
Hick - questioning umpire's decision
Atherton - verbal abuse to Sangakkara and umpire Koertzen
Stewart - stood his ground after umpire's decision before walking off
Foster - disturbing Andy Flower at the crease
Hussain - heated words with Andy Flower
2002
Butcher - after being given out dislodged the bails with his bat
Caddick - following a no ball, offensive gesture to members of the crowd
2003
Clarke - offensive language to Rahman
2004
Simon Jones - bringing the game into disrepute
Vaughan - not playing within the spirit of the game
2005
Vaughan - inappropriate comment on a match related incident
Simon Jones - pointing a player to the pavilion in an aggressive manner
Hoggard - excessive appealing
2006
Pietersen - dissent at an umpire's decision
Morgan - offensive language
2007
Anderson - deliberate physical contact
Broad - breach of logo policy
Collingwood - slow over rates
2008
Collingwood - slow over rates and match ban
2009
Amjad Khan - excessive appealing
Panesar - excessive appealing
Broad - public criticism of match official
2010
Broad - throwing the ball at or near a player
2011
Bresnan - hit the stumps with his bat after being bowled
Strauss - slow over rates
Swann - using offensive language
Prior - abuse of fixtures and fittings after being run out
Broad - lbw appeal turned down and then offensive remarks to umpire
Swann - kicked the stumps in frustration when bowling
2012
Craig Overton - damaged a wall with his bat on the way to the dressing room
2014
Stokes - using offensive language
Winslade - using offensive language (under-19s)
Bopara - having a confrontation with Sammy and Samuels
Broad - inappropriate comment to incident in match
Broad - slow over rate
Bopara - warning and reprimand
Cook - slow over rate
Cook - slow over rate ODI
2015
2016
Roy - dissent at umpires decision and throwing bat and gloves
Willey - send off to batsman and inappropriate language
Topley - abuse of ground equipment
Anderson - reprimand for disrespect to umpires decision
Broad - showing disrespect to umpires decision
Hales - dissent at umpires decision
Broad - making inappropiate public comment about the umpires decision on Alex Hales
Buttler - reprimand for abusive language

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Old 27th March 2016, 12:20   #26
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We were very well behaved last year, weren't we?
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Old 27th March 2016, 12:45   #27
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Broad must have been on his best behaviour. He seems to have been one of the main culprits in recent years.
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We were very well behaved last year, weren't we?
And in 2013.


Considering our homes Ashes series were in those years we did quite well to be on our best behaviour.
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Old 27th March 2016, 16:14   #29
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And in 2013.


Considering our homes Ashes series were in those years we did quite well to be on our best behaviour.
Well in 2013 I think we took all the Aussie taunts on the proverbial fake-beard wearing chin didn't we?
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Didn't something happen with Anderson in 2014 when there was an incident with an Indian player and there was a worry he might get a ban.
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Didn't something happen with Anderson in 2014 when there was an incident with an Indian player and there was a worry he might get a ban.
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Didn't something happen with Anderson in 2014 when there was an incident with an Indian player and there was a worry he might get a ban.
Both players were acquitted.
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Both players were acquitted.
With an awful lot of attendant stropping.
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With an awful lot of attendant stropping.
She has strong opinions, but I'd never say that MF "strops"
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Glad that was sorted quickly unlike last time!
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Glad that was sorted quickly unlike last time!
Given that he's seemingly disrespected the umpire, do you not think that he's pretty lucky not to get a short ban?
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We have been busy this year. Anderson deserved one for his bad behavour to the umpires.

2016
Roy - dissent at umpires decision and throwing bat and gloves
Willey - send off to batsman and inappropriate language
Topley - abuse of ground equipment
Anderson - reprimand for disrespect to umpires decision
Broad - showing disrespect to umpires decision
Hales - dissent at umpires decision
Broad - making inappropiate public comment about the umpires decision on Alex Hales

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Hales 15% Broad 20%

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The Umpires are not some sort of Lords whom we dare not question or even look in the eye without permission.

The players are well within their rights to question Umpire decisions taking into consideration that this is sporting competition at the highest level so the intensity of the situation needs to be understood by the officials. Them being oversensitive to criticism is a blight on the game and you end up with egotistic Umpires who want to be the centre of attention, looking for excuses to punish the players.
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The Umpires are not some sort of Lords whom we dare not question or even look in the eye without permission.

The players are well within their rights to question Umpire decisions taking into consideration that this is sporting competition at the highest level so the intensity of the situation needs to be understood by the officials. Them being oversensitive to criticism is a blight on the game and you end up with egotistic Umpires who want to be the centre of attention, looking for excuses to punish the players.
They can use a referral.
Thing is once the umpire has given a player out it's not as if they are going to change their mind so there is no point in showing dissent. They can go into the dressing room and rant and rave there. As for going to the third umpire's room ....
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