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About Michael Hagan

Michael Hagan has served as a director of ICG since June 2007. Since December 2009, Mr. Hagan has been the President and Chief Executive Officer of LifeShield Security, Inc. He served as Chief Executive Officer of NutriSystem from 2002 to 2008.

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Wayne, Pennsylvania,

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Aug 2, 2022

William 17 mins ago Set large text size When a player is tackled in the NRL and the referee’s calls are upheld, the defender must let go. It’s so simple. But now we have the situation where the ref calls “hold” and then another second later or so “release” and only then do the smart, well-drilled defenders finally let go. If you look closely at a tackle when there are two or three defenders involved, whoever is last out of contact to score will lock onto the ball to give their team some extra time to reset their defensive line. In the old vernacular, a “hold” call from the referee meant that you had to release the tackled player and allow him to play the ball. It might not seem like a lot, but that extra second or second and a half is a huge advantage for a defending team to get the 10 back and be ready to come off the line hard on the next play. (Photo by Jason McCawley/Getty Images) As an avid viewer of the game, like everyone else, it’s so frustrating to watch this continually happen. This is yet another example of one of the many rule changes and adjustments that have been made in recent years that have complicated the game. The last thing the NRL needs are more rule changes. What it needs to do is simplify the game for players, coaches and fans. The smartest teams and the best coaches use the language of “hold” and “release” calls and exploit the other new rules to their advantage. Having a referee was done to have fewer people making decisions after there was a head referee and the pocket referee, I don’t know if we totally solved that by having one. There are too many things for a referee to watch out for at any given time in the game, even with the help of the linesmen and the bunker, especially with the fight in the ballgame, when the referee has to rule on the 10 yards, forward passes, square tags and a whole host of other areas. Souths coach Jason Demetriou spoke about this central problem with refereeing as his side lost a point in extra time to Cronulla last week when he questioned the speed of the ball against the strong online defense of the Sharks, which has been outstanding this season. Nicho Hynes famous. (Photo by Matt King/Getty Images) It’s a Craig Fitzgibbon trait that he brought to Cronulla this year. He was the defensive coach at the Roosters and at Origin with NSW and you can see his defensive influence at the Sharks. He is smart with his tactics according to the rules of the game and how they are applied, what good coaches do. Last year, they averaged over 23 points conceded per game and that figure went down to 16.4. They look a lot healthier this year, I know they have changed their strength and conditioning program and it has really paid off. A player like Matt Moylan, who has a history of soft tissue injuries, looks tougher in 2022 than I’ve seen him at any time in his career and he’s been able to go 19 games without missing a game. The Sharks recruited well with Dale Finucane and Cameron McInnes bringing a high, no-nonsense work rate to their pack on defense and Nicho Hynes pulling the strings on offense with Moylan. Hynes had replaced fullback, five eighth, half and off the bench in Melbourne, but they saw him as their No.7 and they are getting the rewards for backing their decision. Matt Moylan (Brett Hemmings/Getty Images) Cronulla’s spine with Will Kennedy and Blayke Brailey has been one of the best in the NRL this year, but I don’t think too many people in pre-season would have predicted these four guys would combine so well and help to build the team. third on the ladder with five laps to go. They came close to beating the Panthers a few weeks ago and they beat Melbourne and the Cowboys this year so they showed they could compete with the top teams which was a thorn in their side those two last years. . Cronulla has had some luck with injuries and you need that if you want to go far in this competition. They’ve used the same 22 players for most of the season with just four other guys filling in here and there with one or two games apiece. Can they go all the way? Penrith is still the clear favorite although Nathan Cleary and Jarome Luai will be out until the final. But I can see the Sharks maybe sneaking into the Grand Final with the way they are playing. Sports Grp2 Not all news on the site expresses the point of view of the site, but we transmit this news automatically and translate it through programmatic technology on the site and not from a human editor. William 17 mins ago

Michael Hagan Investments

2 Investments

Michael Hagan has made 2 investments. Their latest investment was in MNI as part of their Angel on September 9, 2018.

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Company

Amount

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9/27/2018

Angel

MNI

$0.85M

Yes

1

6/14/2010

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Date

9/27/2018

6/14/2010

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Angel

Series B

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MNI

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$0.85M

$99M

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Yes

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Michael Hagan Portfolio Exits

1 Portfolio Exit

Michael Hagan has 1 portfolio exit. Their latest portfolio exit was LifeShield Security on June 06, 2013.

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6/6/2013

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$99M

1

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6/6/2013

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Acquired

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$99M

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