Flanagan blames referees for shark washed up at Manly beach

FLANAGAN FEELS THE SHARK DIDN'T GET THE RUB OF THE GREEN

FLANAGAN FEELS THE SHARK DIDN’T GET THE RUB OF THE GREEN

Sharks coach Shane Flanagan has hit out at NRL referees boss Tony Archer over the beaching of a baby shark in Manly today.

“The only reason that shark was there in the first place was because he was called offside,” a clearly deranged Flanagan told several concerned reporters this morning.

“That shark should’ve been given the opportunity to find its own way back out to sea but instead the refs have hauled him off to the sin bin where it still remains at Manly Aquarium.”

“The referees are disgusting.”

When asked if he was feeling okay and was seeking counselling following his team’s loss to the Cowboys on the weekend, Flanagan was quick to change the subject back to the baby shark at Manly.

“These young sharks work hard all year to make a pilgrimage across the Pacific Ocean only to have their season cut short by a bloody ref decision – that shark should be compensated,” Flanagan continued to ramble.

Following the comments, the Sharks coach was taken into care where he will undergo intensive shock therapy to convince him that referee decisions are not the sole reason for all of the world’s ills.

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