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Re: Waney for next year? Fri May 28, 2021 7:04 am  

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KaeruJim wrote:
We could finish 8th this year and still take the title next. We have the core of a really good side developing.

All depends on the new signings... plus a little luck.


I admire your optimism Jim but I can’t see that core of a really good side.
Re: Waney for next year? Fri May 28, 2021 8:02 am  

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KaeruJim wrote:
Ok but if we’d had a decent stand off this season I’m saying we would have won at least three more games. The main reason we are so low on the table is because of a savage injury toll.


I agree, we probably would have competed more and picked up a few more points without the injuries.
But in reality we are way off the top 2.
We’re probably in that middle 6.
At the moment we’re at the bottom of it. Wouldn’t take too much to get us up to the top of it.
But major investment to really challenge the top 2 I think.
Re: Waney for next year? Fri May 28, 2021 8:05 am  
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Simmo71 wrote:
I agree, we probably would have competed more and picked up a few more points without the injuries.
But in reality we are way off the top 2.
We’re probably in that middle 6.
At the moment we’re at the bottom of it. Wouldn’t take too much to get us up to the top of it.
But major investment to really challenge the top 2 I think.


To be fair only Jimbo expected top 2 at start of the year. The fact hes now hoping for 8th has deflated us all im sure...
Lol.
Re: Waney for next year? Fri May 28, 2021 12:09 pm  

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Impossible to say where we'll be next year until we know who'll be at 6. Personally I'd stick with myler at FB but the club might see walker as best pick there; if so, no-one knows where he'll be form and fitness-wise. There are also questions to be answered at centre. There's no nailed on case that we'll be challenging in any shape or form. IMO of course.
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Re: Waney for next year? Fri May 28, 2021 12:16 pm  

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Very much in two minds about Wane for next year. He’s certainly a tough cookie and lives and breathes the game. I used to be very impressed with Wigan’s structures but this has continued after Wane’s departure which suggests it’s more about the coaching team Wigan have in place as distinct from one individual. Overall, if we are able to invest in our teams obvious deficiencies, I would stick with Agar and his coaching team which is newish anyway and has been bedevilled with bad luck through injury since it’s formation. I think we all need to have faith with the Club and see how youth and new players galvanise as a team this year AND next……. Before making major changes with the coaching side. Let’s be honest…… when the core of your three quarters are injured and the teams spine has been decimated we have still run teams close. Things will improve at the Rhinos!
Re: Waney for next year? Fri May 28, 2021 3:35 pm  

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Mark Laurie wrote:
I admire your optimism Jim but I can’t see that core of a really good side.

I'm going to quote that to my wife.
Re: Waney for next year? Fri May 28, 2021 3:37 pm  

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Marty Grrrrrrrrrr! wrote:
To be fair only Jimbo expected top 2 at start of the year. The fact hes now hoping for 8th has deflated us all im sure...
Lol.

You'll be buying me a pint of humble pie when we lift the SL trophy this year big M!
Re: Waney for next year? Sat May 29, 2021 12:33 am  
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KaeruJim wrote:
You'll be buying me a pint of humble pie when we lift the SL trophy this year big M!


Happily pal. What will you be buying me if we dont tho?
Re: Waney for next year? Sat May 29, 2021 6:35 am  

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Marty Grrrrrrrrrr! wrote:
Happily pal. What will you be buying me if we dont tho?

Well technically I can’t remember predicting we would finish on the top 2, and do remember saying I thought we were a solid mid table side in need of some more key signings. I’ve been pretty consistent in that.

I did think we could challenge this year with sone following wind but obvs with the injuries etc...

I’ve also repeatedly said that my expectations for this year were that we would build and have a real push for 2022, and I haven’t lost my pants when we got predictably dumped out of the CC and losing league games.

However if we finish outside the top 6 this year there is a curry and Stella night waiting for you with me and Gotcha in his Scarborough caravan park.
Re: Waney for next year? Sat May 29, 2021 2:25 pm  
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KaeruJim wrote:
Well technically I can’t remember predicting we would finish on the top 2, and do remember saying I thought we were a solid mid table side in need of some more key signings. I’ve been pretty consistent in that.

I did think we could challenge this year with sone following wind but obvs with the injuries etc...

I’ve also repeatedly said that my expectations for this year were that we would build and have a real push for 2022, and I haven’t lost my pants when we got predictably dumped out of the CC and losing league games.

However if we finish outside the top 6 this year there is a curry and Stella night waiting for you with me and Gotcha in his Scarborough caravan park.
Where is Gotcha I've seen his name down viewing posts but it must be months since he last commented.
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