Victor Radley and James Bentley investigated after alleged incident in Manchester

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Victor Radley and James Bentley investigated after alleged incident in Manchester

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-league/63630751

The Rugby Football League is investigating an alleged incident involving England's Victor Radley and Ireland's James Bentley in Manchester on Sunday.

Sydney Roosters' Radley was allegedly involved in an altercation with Leeds Rhinos' Bentley at a hotel.

The England team were staying in the hotel following their shock Rugby League World Cup semi-final exit to Samoa on Saturday.

England suffered a golden-point defeat.

A spokesman for the Rugby Football League (RFL) said: "The RFL have been made aware of allegations and are currently investigating the matter."
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Re: Victor Radley and James Bentley investigated after alleged incident in Manchester

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FFS, BBC are quick enough to stick the boot in on us again :(
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bentley in fall out with wane

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apparantly james bentley has had fall out with shaun wane .radley has stood up to bentley and head butted him
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Re: Victor Radley and James Bentley investigated after alleged incident in Manchester

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widdenoldboy wrote: Mon Nov 14, 2022 9:04 pm FFS, BBC are quick enough to stick the boot in on us again :(
Its always the messengers fault?
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Re: bentley in fall out with wane

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Re: bentley in fall out with wane

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Well Radley has gone up massively in my estimation
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Re: bentley in fall out with wane

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Blackpool_Pie wrote: Mon Nov 14, 2022 9:10 pm Well Radley has gone up massively in my estimation
:lol: :lol:

Bentley is a sh*thouse.
Probably deserved it.
Credit to Radley for sticking up for his coach
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Re: Victor Radley and James Bentley investigated after alleged incident in Manchester

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Mike wrote: Mon Nov 14, 2022 9:06 pm
widdenoldboy wrote: Mon Nov 14, 2022 9:04 pm FFS, BBC are quick enough to stick the boot in on us again :(
Its always the messengers fault?
In this case, yes.

How about reporting the good things in RL, the Samoa v Tonga "haka off" would have been shown wall to wall if it was RU.
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Re: Victor Radley and James Bentley investigated after alleged incident in Manchester

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widdenoldboy wrote: Mon Nov 14, 2022 9:19 pm
Mike wrote: Mon Nov 14, 2022 9:06 pm
widdenoldboy wrote: Mon Nov 14, 2022 9:04 pm FFS, BBC are quick enough to stick the boot in on us again :(
Its always the messengers fault?
In this case, yes.

How about reporting the good things in RL, the Samoa v Tonga "haka off" would have been shown wall to wall if it was RU.
So because they only televised the whole Samoa v Tonga game nationally including the Haka's, and haven't made enough of the Haka's since the world cup has moved on to the next round - they should not report this breaking story, that has been broken by the Aussie press? I'm failing to see the reasoning here.

You are saying they shouldn't report on this? They should cover it up for us.
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Re: Victor Radley and James Bentley investigated after alleged incident in Manchester

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Of course they should cover it, but the BBC didn't even mention the Samoa semi-final on the evening news.
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