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Re: York Mon May 31, 2021 2:26 pm  

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Brown also had to cut across from the opposite wing too. He's got some serious pace.
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Re: York Mon May 31, 2021 3:32 pm  

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"Kear out" said quite a lot of regular posters after the Sheffield game. I raised this a few weeks ago. 1 brave brave person was man enough to come out and say he was wrong in calling for Kears head.

Now we are 6 unbeaten im giving the other Kear bashers the chance to hold their hand up and admit they were wrong.


Did they? I don't remember it like that at all. After Featherstone and Sheffield it was entirely right that some people questioned what on earth was going on. Getting desire in your players belly is a JK trademark but it was missing against Sheffield big time. I don't remember anything being said that wasn't fair at the time.
Re: York Mon May 31, 2021 4:54 pm  

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Did they? I don't remember it like that at all. After Featherstone and Sheffield it was entirely right that some people questioned what on earth was going on. Getting desire in your players belly is a JK trademark but it was missing against Sheffield big time. I don't remember anything being said that wasn't fair at the time.


It doesnt matter how you remember it, its written in black and white. Numerous posters calling for his head. It was absolute madness at the time and looks even more rediculous now.
Re: York Mon May 31, 2021 5:22 pm  

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It doesnt matter how you remember it, its written in black and white. Numerous posters calling for his head. It was absolute madness at the time and looks even more rediculous now.


I honestly think I'd remember "numerous" people on here calling for his head but if that's what you believe who am I to say. I'm sure others can gently tell me if I missed the whole Jk out campaign.
Re: York Mon May 31, 2021 5:23 pm  

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When York signed Cuthbertson and we signed Fleming I groaned inwardly. I know it's early days but Fleming has impressed me, adding steel, work rate and size. I thought Dan was excellent yesterday whereas Cuthbertson struggled behind a pack which lacked legs. Our forwards look like a pack, whereas York's more stellar names didn't.
Re: York Tue Jun 01, 2021 6:29 pm  

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I honestly think I'd remember "numerous" people on here calling for his head but if that's what you believe who am I to say. I'm sure others can gently tell me if I missed the whole Jk out campaign.


I think it was more of a thing on the Facebook group, to be honest
Re: York Wed Jun 02, 2021 7:21 am  

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I was heavily critical of the team after the first 2 games.

They’ve really turned it around and deserve a lot of praise.

Kear is a top bloke and a very good coach too. Experience counts for a lot in this league.
Re: York Wed Jun 02, 2021 8:09 am  

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When it became clear that our pre season training was hampered by the lack of contact sessions due to covid guidelines - not necessarily followed by others - that explained our slow start to some degree.

It wasn't helped by us looking really gassed early on too. We looked far fitter on Sunday.
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Re: York Wed Jun 02, 2021 10:37 am  

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When it became clear that our pre season training was hampered by the lack of contact sessions due to covid guidelines - not necessarily followed by others - that explained our slow start to some degree.

It wasn't helped by us looking really gassed early on too. We looked far fitter on Sunday.


Yeah I was impressed with our fitness against York. Think this showed in the kick-chases. When York put a high kick up, there was no one within 10 metres of Pickersgill. When Danny Brough put a bomb up, we had 3-4 players each time busting a gut to put pressure on the catcher.

I was also impressed how good of a TEAM we looked. We look to have a real balance. Experience of Brough/Crossley. Plenty of energy with the younger players such as Scurr, Doyle, Robson. Consistency and hard work in B. England (who looks a real find) & Murphy.
Re: York Thu Jun 03, 2021 1:40 pm  
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I will stick my head up and say I was one of those calling for Kear's head. Fair to say results look like proving me wrong but i did say I'd like to see how we got on against the likes of York, Fev and Toulouse before I say I got it wrong.

Still a long way to go but I will say the performances have been getting better and I hope it continues and the team/coach prove me wrong.
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