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The English Response To Mike Brown Getting Off Is As Predictable As You'd Expect

The English Response To Mike Brown Getting Off Is As Predictable As You'd Expect
By Conor O'Leary Updated

It's been decided that it's ok to kick people in the head in rugby these days. Or maybe we're seeing rugby slowly turning into kickboxing.

English fans are understandably happy about having the services of Mike Brown available, and praising the citing commissioner.

But why was there even an uproar? Of course Brown had no intent to kick anyone in the head, so 'common sense' has prevailed, apparently.

Technically he's right that Brown wasn't doing anything wrong:

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Carling is right on intent, but that never mattered with tip tackles or being taken out in the air:

We have different definitions of a "sad day for rugby" clearly:

It makes you wonder where the game is headed.

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See Also: Accidental Or Not, A Kick To The Head Should Never Be Allowed

See Also: The Bemused Reaction To Mike Brown Not Being Cited For Kicking Conor Murray's Face

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