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Did the refs miss a Josh Mansour eye gouge in Souths’ win over Manly?

NRL comes up with an UNBELIEVABLE motive for not charging Josh Mansour with an eye gouge after he raked his hand throughout Kieran Foran’s face – with Souths star solely fined $750

  • Bunnies’ Josh Mansour has been fined $750 for an ‘unintentional’ eye gouge
  • Fans have exploded on Twitter saying Mansour ought to’ve been charged on-field
  • Karl Lawton will miss a minimum of 4 weeks for his spear deal with on Cam Murray

Rabbitohs winger Josh Mansour will not miss a minute of sport time regardless of showing to rake his hand over Kieran Foran’s eyes in Souths’ win over Manly on Friday night time – with the NRL solely hitting him with a $750 high quality.

Mansour dedicated the foul on the Manly half as he tried to cease him scoring a attempt in the fifteenth minute of the match. 

Sea Eagles second-rower Karl Lawton was charged with a Grade three harmful throw on Bunnies lock Cameron Murray in the eleventh minute, whereas Mansour’s scrape on the face of Foran went unnoticed by officers.

The NRL has only fined Mansour (left)  $750 for appearing to rake his hand over Kieran Foran's eyes because he was behind the Sea Eagles half

The NRL has solely fined Mansour (left)  $750 for showing to rake his hand over Kieran Foran’s eyes as a result of he was behind the Sea Eagles half 

The NRL match review committee slapped Mansour with a grade one opposite conduct cost as a result of he was behind Foran and couldn’t see the position of the ball.

Fans uncovered the supposed eye gouge on Twitter and questioned why Mansour wasn’t penalised right away – and why the NRL did not take a tougher stance.

‘How did the bunker not catch that?’, a fan tweeted.

‘Josh Mansour receives $750 high quality for an eye gouge. As a additional consequence to the Bunnies, Mansour shall be out there for choice subsequent week,’ one other fan tweeted.

Meanwhile, Karl Lawton will face a most of 5 weeks on the sidelines if the judiciary is finds him responsible of a spear deal with on Bunnies captain Cameron Murray. 

Lawton was despatched off for the deal with, which might have had horrific penalties. 

Karl Lawton will be out for four weeks if he pleads guilty to a horror spear tackle on Souths skipper Cameron Murray (pictured)

Karl Lawton shall be out for 4 weeks if he pleads responsible to a horror spear deal with on Souths skipper Cameron Murray (pictured)

Opinion was largely break up following the incident, with commentators Phil Gould, Billy Slater and Brad Fittler adamant he mustn’t have been marched from the area, whereas the likes of Greg Alexander and Benji Marshall have been pleased with the determination. 

‘He’s devastated, the poor child,’ Manly coach Des Hasler stated publish sport.

‘He’s such a onerous employee and performs the sport at that tempo. There was definitely no malice in the deal with.’

Lawton’s absence shall be considerably made up for by the return of Haumole Olaka’atu from suspension for the sport in opposition to Wests.

It means the Sea Eagles will boast their first-choice again row for the first time this year, with Josh Schuster making a stable return from harm in opposition to the Rabbitohs.

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