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Anderson to be NRL referees&#039; boss - report<br /> <br /> Published: 8:29PM Monday November 12, 2012 Source: AAP<br /> <br /> Former Parramatta and Warriors coach Daniel Anderson is set to be appointed the high-performance director of refereeing for the NRL.<br /> <br /> News Limited has reported that Anderson will take up the position for three years with the appointment to be made official later this week.<br /> <br /> The new refereeing structure approved by the Australian Rugby League Commission is expected to see veteran referee Tony Archer retire to become one of two full-time coaches.<br /> <br /> The other coach is tipped to be Englishman Russell Smith, who has been in an acting role since the sackings of Bill Harrigan and Stuart Raper last month.<br /> <br /> Harrigan and Raper were axed after a tumultuous year in the refereeing ranks in the NRL and representative rugby league with a number of controversial decisions including the try awarded to Queensland&#039;s Greg Inglis in State of Origin I.<br /> <br /> Link here<br /> <br /> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------<br /> Dont think it will change the bad calls we get or how all the 50/50 calls mostly go against us but that department definately needed a shake up after some of the howlers this year.<br /> <br /> First things I want to see changed is the stupid scrum rules and the inconsistant third man in rule.<br /> <br /> Anybody have any others or maybe remember some of the terrible ref calls this season...



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Anderson to be NRL referees' boss - report

Published: 8:29PM Monday November 12, 2012 Source: AAP

Former Parramatta and Warriors coach Daniel Anderson is set to be appointed the high-performance director of refereeing for the NRL.

News Limited has reported that Anderson will take up the position for three years with the appointment to be made official later this week.

The new refereeing structure approved by the Australian Rugby League Commission is expected to see veteran referee Tony Archer retire to become one of two full-time coaches.

The other coach is tipped to be Englishman Russell Smith, who has been in an acting role since the sackings of Bill Harrigan and Stuart Raper last month.

Harrigan and Raper were axed after a tumultuous year in the refereeing ranks in the NRL and representative rugby league with a number of controversial decisions including the try awarded to Queensland's Greg Inglis in State of Origin I.

Link here

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Dont think it will change the bad calls we get or how all the 50/50 calls mostly go against us but that department definately needed a shake up after some of the howlers this year.

First things I want to see changed is the stupid scrum rules and the inconsistant third man in rule.

Anybody have any others or maybe remember some of the terrible ref calls this season...

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