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FEV Sunday Mon May 24, 2021 11:25 am  

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Not sure what to expect this week last two results both teams have been nilled and we seem to be getting some form.

Fev seem to have a long injury list but full time and seem to be winning easy along with been unbeaten.

will take a gamble and say fax 19 fev 18
Re: FEV Sunday Mon May 24, 2021 12:22 pm  

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hooligan27 wrote:
Not sure what to expect this week last two results both teams have been nilled and we seem to be getting some form.

Fev seem to have a long injury list but full time and seem to be winning easy along with been unbeaten.

will take a gamble and say fax 19 fev 18

That'll do! :IDEA: :)
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Re: FEV Sunday Mon May 24, 2021 1:24 pm  
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hooligan27 wrote:
Fev seem to have a long injury list but full time and seem to be winning easy along with been unbeaten.


Regarding"full time"...there are a few Fev players who don't have a job outside rugby, but most of them do...roofers, gas board, mechanic etc. The only full-time teams in our division are Toulouse and London, though Bradford also have a number of players who don't have a job outside RL.

You are right about the injury list though, Webster spoke about having "10 or 11" players unavailable for the Sheffield game...Blackmore, Ferres, Welham, Ferguson, Hardcastle, Harrison, Moors, Ferres, Cooper amongst the players missing yesterday and Jack Bussey, who has been outstanding lately, went off with what looked a bad injury in the second half. So with Fax seemingly going much better the game probably looks a lot more competitive than it did a couple of weeks ago.
Re: FEV Sunday Mon May 24, 2021 1:27 pm  

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Cant see any sort of win for fax over there but I feel to have lost the thread of rugby league after all this time .
Re: FEV Sunday Mon May 24, 2021 2:26 pm  

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The Phantom Horseman wrote:
Regarding"full time"...there are a few Fev players who don't have a job outside rugby, but most of them do...roofers, gas board, mechanic etc. The only full-time teams in our division are Toulouse and London, though Bradford also have a number of players who don't have a job outside RL.

You are right about the injury list though, Webster spoke about having "10 or 11" players unavailable for the Sheffield game...Blackmore, Ferres, Welham, Ferguson, Hardcastle, Harrison, Moors, Ferres, Cooper amongst the players missing yesterday and Jack Bussey, who has been outstanding lately, went off with what looked a bad injury in the second half. So with Fax seemingly going much better the game probably looks a lot more competitive than it did a couple of weeks ago.

thats some injury list phantom will they all be out for the fax game as for fax doing better its hard to tell it would be easy to say the early season problems have been sorted based on the last 2 games but i don't think we have been challenged down the middle of the park in those games like we were in the earlier defeats some of that is down to fax playing better but i think we really need to be tested in that area to find out for sure and that test should come and then some on sunday
Re: FEV Sunday Mon May 24, 2021 2:29 pm  

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Ohmetoe wrote:
Cant see any sort of win for fax over there but I feel to have lost the thread of rugby league after all this time .

you are not on your own there it would be easier to guess the lottery numbers sometimes
Re: FEV Sunday Mon May 24, 2021 3:19 pm  

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Ohmetoe wrote:
Cant see any sort of win for fax over there but I feel to have lost the thread of rugby league after all this time .

You have. It's over here. :lol:
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Re: FEV Sunday Mon May 24, 2021 7:37 pm  
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terry silver wrote:
thats some injury list phantom will they all be out for the fax game as for fax doing better its hard to tell it would be easy to say the early season problems have been sorted based on the last 2 games but i don't think we have been challenged down the middle of the park in those games like we were in the earlier defeats some of that is down to fax playing better but i think we really need to be tested in that area to find out for sure and that test should come and then some on sunday


We've been very good down the middle this year so far, in fact that has been our best area, but losing Harrison and now possibly Bussey is a big blow. Our pivots will challenge you though...Parata's been superb (albeit most of us think he hasn't been given enough minutes), Jones is lively and Holmes (especially), Brown and Chisholm, who is now playing full back, are all threats.

If we had most of our starters I'd still be very confident of a comfortable Fev win, but we are down to bare bones even with our large squad, albeit we can still field a lot of quality players. But who knows which version of Fax will turn up, I hope it's the one that lost to Oldham.
Re: FEV Sunday Mon May 24, 2021 9:01 pm  

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The Phantom Horseman wrote:
We've been very good down the middle this year so far, in fact that has been our best area, but losing Harrison and now possibly Bussey is a big blow. Our pivots will challenge you though...Parata's been superb (albeit most of us think he hasn't been given enough minutes), Jones is lively and Holmes (especially), Brown and Chisholm, who is now playing full back, are all threats.

If we had most of our starters I'd still be very confident of a comfortable Fev win, but we are down to bare bones even with our large squad, albeit we can still field a lot of quality players. But who knows which version of Fax will turn up, I hope it's the one that lost to Oldham.


From what I've seen of Fev this year Phantom they are a cracking side across the park and look to be cruising most of the time, even when they have conceded they just go up another gear and the opposition can't stay with them and as you say have threats all over the park.
Never heard of Parata until this year but he has the X factor in spades, with players like that you just sit back, watch and enjoy.
Fax will be up for it and will it will be interesting to see how long we can stay in the contest.
Re: FEV Sunday Mon May 24, 2021 10:09 pm  

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From what I've seen of Fev this year Phantom they are a cracking side across the park and look to be cruising most of the time, even when they have conceded they just go up another gear and the opposition can't stay with them and as you say have threats all over the park.
Never heard of Parata until this year but he has the X factor in spades, with players like that you just sit back, watch and enjoy.
Fax will be up for it and will it will be interesting to see how long we can stay in the contest.

How long we can stay in the contest? :? What a depressing point of view. :?
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