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Re: RD 8 | Castleford Tigers (H) Sat May 29, 2021 12:54 pm  

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Lol. I honestly think Sutty is the most naturally gifted player at the club. Just extremely immature approach to being a professional at times, and been poorly used and coached over the years.....

Christ you talk some crap
Re: RD 8 | Castleford Tigers (H) Sat May 29, 2021 1:10 pm  

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Re: RD 8 | Castleford Tigers (H) Sat May 29, 2021 1:19 pm  
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Shabino wrote:
Lol. I honestly think Sutty is the most naturally gifted player at the club. Just extremely immature approach to being a professional at times, and been poorly used and coached over the years.....

He definitely has ability, people forgot just how good he looked when he first broke through, that game at saints where he tore them apart, and kept Sinfield on the bench, I still think moving him around never pet him settle and also think that poop house cheap shot off the ball knock out by Westwood affected him for a while confidence wise.

Defo keeps playing like that still could be a 6, but Ryan Bailey could have been a world class prop too.
Re: RD 8 | Castleford Tigers (H) Sat May 29, 2021 2:22 pm  
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Lol. I honestly think Sutty is the most naturally gifted player at the club. Just extremely immature approach to being a professional at times, and been poorly used and coached over the years.....
Really I've always thought lacks speed of thought and hands to be a good 6.
I'm not a pheasant plucker, i'm a pheasant pluckers son and i'm only plucking pheasants till the pheasant plucker comes.
Re: RD 8 | Castleford Tigers (H) Sat May 29, 2021 2:37 pm  
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Ive always felt Sutty has ability but always needed a rocket up his behind. He always does just enough and never grabs a game by tbe scruff if its neck and dominates a game.

The club never helped by moving him around weekly and by always protecting and praising him publically when really what he produces isnt good enough. The ACL injury he got in 2015 set him back but thats a long time ago.

He is someone that could do so much more for me. Lets hope he can continue to play like he did last night. Hes got the size and talent but vanishes too much.
Re: RD 8 | Castleford Tigers (H) Sat May 29, 2021 2:45 pm  

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Really I've always thought lacks speed of thought and hands to be a good 6.

He actually plays with too much structure at times. He has the talent to do some outrageous things.
That kick to Handley vs Saints was top draw,
Anyone remember the 40 yard pass to Golding off his left hand one year vs Saints too.
I actually asked him about that pass and he said 'I just chucked it'.... Sums him up really....!
Re: RD 8 | Castleford Tigers (H) Sat May 29, 2021 3:05 pm  

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He played well though was also the main culprit for the cas try not filling in Turner ran straight through where he should have been.
Re: RD 8 | Castleford Tigers (H) Sat May 29, 2021 3:12 pm  

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Are some of you married?

Happily. Are you looking for advice?
Re: RD 8 | Castleford Tigers (H) Sat May 29, 2021 3:12 pm  

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Marty Grrrrrrrrrr! wrote:
Cas had a few out tonight and couldnt compete. Weve had a lot out all year and have competed most weeks even tho weve lacked quality. Thats a credit to us.

Thought our 3 middkes was superb tonight Mik, Prior and Tetevano and they got us on the front foot all night. On the back of that Leeming had hos best game fod the club. Ive been very critical of both hookers but he was excellent tonight.

Both halves with Myler was good and we moved the ball well tonight.

Jack Broadbent take a bow kid. Did an excellent job again. Great prospect.

Not going to get carried away tonight, real step in the right direction, but there is a big job ahead still.

Pleased for all of us tho. We all needed it i think.

agree with all that , re competing our props have played their hearts out but out wide made same basic errors . i like both hookers but more as impact subs and leeming prob the better long term prospect
great the myler/gale combo worked and broadbent attacked better out wide than at fb
hopefully can repeat against sts
Re: RD 8 | Castleford Tigers (H) Sat May 29, 2021 3:16 pm  

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Seth wrote:
He played well though was also the main culprit for the cas try not filling in Turner ran straight through where he should have been.

Hard to blame him fot that. Koni got sold a dummy most peoples grand ma would have
Read and has no lateral mobility. But we know and forgive that as he's a force of nature ball in hand, and absolutely terrorises the opposition...
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