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Rod Harrington doesn't feel Adrian Lewis deliberately tried to put James Wade off in Nottingham.Back to story
I think you are right Rod. I would agree completely that Aidy certainly did not mean to put him off. What i would like to know is, as you said in the Painter v Barney match, both players were aware of the loose board and waited until the other had walked past to throw. However Wade was up and throwing literally as Aidy was pulling his darts out of the board. If he knew about the board why did he not wait. Instead he made a strange remark that Aidy was stamping his feet as he returned to the oche. I replayed it many times. He may have come inside the black no-go line once but that was it. Wadey's form has not been great this year and maybe that has a part in it. Also may have been returning the favour for Aidy's mysterious draft in the Worlds? Anyways just said I'd throw my half crown for what it is worth. Keep up the good work Rodders Regards, Paddy O'S
Posted 10:59 12th April 2012
With the volume behind him Wadey should be used to noise. Adrian will be around a while! Phil T got loads of stick early days. Let your darts do the talking and the fans will back off
Posted 10:17 11th April 2012