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Friday, November 27, 2015
JP Doyle verbally crushes Henry Thomas with brutal 'yellow jersey' jibe
Sharp tongued ref JP Doyle issued a savage verbal smackdown on Bath prop Henry Thomas, asking him would he like to wear a yellow jersey after a minor scuffle in the Leicester Bath game on the weekend.
Some might think this was a reference to the fact that JP Doyle - who's apparently a referee - was wearing a yellow referee's jersey. We however believe it was an oblique reference to the Tour de France and Thomas's presumably limited cycling ability - hence the 'don't go down that road' preamble.