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Re: Tonight’s game v Giants Mon May 17, 2021 9:20 pm  

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Philth wrote:
We haven't got the second rows to break tackles.

We have, we just haven’t got a coach, who can create set plays and lines for them to run. Watch Currie shine next year under Powell I have a feeling that will be our go to side, I’ve got massive hopes for the lad under a good attacking coach.
Re: Tonight’s game v Giants Mon May 17, 2021 9:22 pm  
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just_browny wrote:
Did those ranting about Ratchford notice he created two of our three tries? Admittedly he wasn't very effective at left-centre, a position I don't think he has ever played in before.

Two? Swear Mamo set Thewlis up and Clark scooted over.
Re: Tonight’s game v Giants Mon May 17, 2021 9:25 pm  
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sir adrian morley wrote:
Ok who is better Powell Watson or price..think on price won us the cup against saints Powell won the hub cap with cas and Watson bottled 2 finals with salford...

With Salford. Let’s have some context.

Watson hasn’t spent half the money we have nor does he have the players/facilities we have. It’s such an unfair arguement. He worked wonders at Salford.
Re: Tonight’s game v Giants Mon May 17, 2021 9:30 pm  

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sir adrian morley wrote:
Ok who is better Powell Watson or price..think on price won us the cup against saints Powell won the hub cap with cas and Watson bottled 2 finals with salford...


Could price or Powell have got Salford in to 2 finals in the first place? Could Watson or price have won the hubcap with cas? I'd definitely say price couldn't have done the others I think could have done.

Powell and Watson would both have been good choices, Powell regularly gets the best from his squads and the same can be said for Watson although he hasn't had to work under any pressure before when at Salford so a question mark does remain.

Powell for me is the best coach of the 3, Watson has potential to be better and price did very well to bring us the challenge cup and he did awfully to have a squad as expensive and talented as ours play so miserably and fail so meekly, so often.
Re: Tonight’s game v Giants Mon May 17, 2021 9:32 pm  
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Lord Tony Smith wrote:
With Salford. Let’s have some context.

Watson hasn’t spent half the money we have nor does he have the players/facilities we have. It’s such an unfair arguement. He worked wonders at Salford.

True he did he got beat by saints who were red hot favourites and by Leeds who we'd of put 50 on..now for Powell who consistently get cas up where they have no right to be ..not saying Watson is a bad coach just glad we never got him..happy with powell.tho not my 1st choice
Re: Tonight’s game v Giants Mon May 17, 2021 9:37 pm  

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Lord Tony Smith wrote:
With Salford. Let’s have some context.

Watson hasn’t spent half the money we have nor does he have the players/facilities we have. It’s such an unfair arguement. He worked wonders at Salford.

Huddersfield are at full cap having spent a fortune assembling their squad. Watson has no excuses this season, let's see what he does.
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Re: Tonight’s game v Giants Mon May 17, 2021 9:37 pm  

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Winslade's Offload wrote:
Well, I think a few moves are in order

1. Inglis ; Leave him at home with his cup of Horlicks and biscuits, he can watch the game there.

2. Move King to centre (brainwave !)

3. Ratchford in the halves

4. Thewlis to FB

4. Lineham to wing

5. Get a rugby league coach


Number 5 solves everything on a rugby league level for Warrington Wolves RLFC.
Re: Tonight’s game v Giants Mon May 17, 2021 9:42 pm  

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Lord Tony Smith wrote:
Two? Swear Mamo set Thewlis up and Clark scooted over.


Ratchford created the overlap for the Thewlis try. It was a good team try and the pass from Mamo was excellent, but without Ratchford there is no space created on the outside.
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Odemwingie wrote:
Depends what you're looking for.

Burgess, Ellis and Thaiday for strenth and being a nother prop.

If you want the whole package then Lockers is the best right now.


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lee briers is a nice person whoooo luck at lee forming a scrum the wire bum banger


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We have the best pack in the league pretty much,
Re: Tonight’s game v Giants Mon May 17, 2021 9:44 pm  
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First half was absolutely pathetic, vintage price that first 40 minutes. Getting absolutely bulldozed down the middle and offering very little in attack, the half time shellacking worked for roughly 20mins then we went back to giving away soft penalties to the opposition & let them creep back into the game.

Inglis offers us nothing at full back other than a battering ram, as soon as we switched him to centre he did better & scored before doing his hamstring (doubt we will see him again for couple months).

No wonder King and couple others are wanting away, we should be doing better.
Re: Tonight’s game v Giants Mon May 17, 2021 9:53 pm  
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just_browny wrote:
Ratchford created the overlap for the Thewlis try. It was a good team try and the pass from Mamo was excellent, but without Ratchford there is no space created on the outside.

Any half decent fullback would have been there to create the overlap. It wasn’t anything out the ordinary.
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