There's less voices in the NRL's bunker, now they just need to get them out of the referee's ear.
Canberra Raiders coach Ricky Stuart feels for the referees and thinks the constant chatter they get from the bunker makes a tough job even harder.
He felt removing that voice would allow them to focus purely on the job at hand - without any distraction.
The bunker has been under fire this season after several high-profile mistakes, which has finally led to the NRL reducing the number of video officials from two to one.
It's seen the former players taken out of the bunker, leaving just referees there to make the decisions.
It follows Sydney Roosters prop Lindsay Collins mistakenly having a try disallowed on the weekend - where the bunker ruled obstruction against Nat Butcher after he played the ball.
The Raiders have been left scratching their heads about obstruction calls this season, after they had a try disallowed for obstruction against Siliva Havili, who had passed the ball in the build up.
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NRL head of football Graham Annesley hoped having less officials in the bunker would mean less conflicting views would reduce the number of errors.
Stuart was critical of the bunker earlier in the season and told The Canberra Times the NRL needed to either fix it or find people who could.
When asked about the change to the bunker this week, Stuart felt the referees needed to be left to do their job.
"Was it wrong previously for them to change it now?" he said.
"I stand here and say again, it's not until we get the voice out of the ear of the referee that we're going to see any improvement there either.
"I feel sorry for the referees having to - under stress and intensity, the speed of the game - look to go and make a decision and then getting a voice in their ear.
"I know from players that I've coached over the years when they're under intensity and pressure making decisions, and they've got to play on the ruck and you've got the blue shirt [trainer] come along and screaming in the ear - they're telling you to get out because it does limit your thought process of making that quick decision when you've got someone screaming into the earpiece it can't be any good for you."
NRL ROUND 19
Sunday: Canberra Raiders v New Zealand Warriors at Canberra Stadium, 2pm.
Raiders squad: 1. Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, 2. Semi Valemei, 3. Jarrod Croker (c), 4. Jordan Rapana, 5. Nick Cotric, 6. Jack Wighton, 7. George Williams, 8. Josh Papalii, 9. Siliva Havili, 10. Dunamis Lui, 11. John Bateman, 12. Elliott Whitehead, 13. Joe Tapine. Interchange: 14. Tom Starling, 15. Ryan Sutton, 16. Hudson Young, 17. Corey Harawira-Naera. Reserves: 18. Sam Williams, 19. Matt Frawley, 20. Matt Timoko, 21. Sia Soliola.
Warriors squad: 1. Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (c), 2. Adam Pompey, 3. Adam Keighran, 4. Peta Hiku, 5. Hayze Perham, 6. Kodi Nikorima, 7. Chanel Harris-Tavita, 8. Lachlan Burr, 9. Karl Lawton, 10. Isaiah Papali'i, 11. Jack Murchie, 12. Tohu Harris, 13. Jazz Tevaga. Interchange: 14. Wayde Egan, 15. Adam Blair, 16. Eliesa Katoa, 17. Tom Ale. Reserves: 18. Josh Curran, 20. Paul Turner, 21. Gerard Beale, 22. Rocco Berry.