Anyone else think this is nonsense and that the likes of Downes and Lankester were ready to have it out with him? It was Northampton who were pulling each party away from each other.
I'm also still confused as to when each player got their yellow and what for? BBC sport says Downes got a straight red, yet he was given a yellow immediately before this, so they seem to think the referee effectively changed his mind. What seems more likely is that Downes was booked during the penalty incident (and again later) and that Judge wasn't booked at all.
Constantly offside and the one time had the chance to run into space and shoot he well and truly sliced it. As I think Stu Watson or Andy Warren said recently I've no confidence in him anymore when he's going through one on one.
Neat and tidy and picks up positions well but no pace or shooting ability left.