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September 20 2011 at 3:45 AM
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Response to Isn't that something?????????

Euro has its own judging problems, which are exacerbated by other issues with the management of the show.

I raised this topic a few years ago having been privileged to inside information from different sources and received a number of emails of support from former and some present judges.

Im not going to trawl it all up again but there are a few individuals whom appear to have significant influence over the judging and toys for the boys mentality prevails in relation to judging.

My understanding from friends who attended the show this year is the old ways are back after a small respite last year.

Anyone who still believes the judging is impartial and fair at euro is either blind, deaf or has a vested interest to not complaining.


Dean

 
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