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Alan Jones slams referee over disgraceful Bledisloe Cup decision that has rugby on life support


Former Wallabies coach Alan Jones has labelled referee Mathieu Raynal a ‘little pip-squeak from Paris’ after the Frenchman handed the All Blacks a controversial last-minute 37-34 victory over Australia on Thursday night.

While conceding that Raynal was within his rights to penalise Australia’s Bernard Foley for time-wasting as the clock ticked down to fulltime, Jones was adamant that referees are ‘ruining the game’.

‘Is the referee buggering up the game?’ he asked. ‘Undeniably, yes.’

Of course, it doesn’t take an ex-Wallaby coach, or even an ex-Wallaby like David Campese who voiced a similar opinion to Daily Mail Australia recently, to point out that rugby referees are having a detrimental effect on the game.

French referee Mathieu Raynal (centre) made one of the worst decisions in the Wallabies' long history, costing the team a Bledisloe win after their heroic comeback against the All Blacks

French referee Mathieu Raynal (centre) made one of the worst decisions…



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