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Re: Whitehaven : Sun Aug 28, 2022 7:03 pm  
BigTime wrote:
Bit sub-par that. Poor first half and couldn’t close the gap in the second. Couple of scores at the end as well to add to the misery. So there we are then 2 more home games against a team that’s too good for this league and a surprisingly good Barrow. Season may well fizzle out but at least Eccles got them playing some reasonable stuff and avoided us being an embarrassment which, frankly we were in the opening months of this season. Really important off season. Wonder what we’ll do. Probably sit on our hands. Sigh!


Performances seem to have dropped off since survival was confirmed. .
Re: Whitehaven : Sun Aug 28, 2022 8:26 pm  
orangeman wrote:
Newcastle, Whitehaven, London and the 2nd promoted ram from L1 will doing the relegation dance in 2023.......

Notwithstanding they shamefully spanked us Widnes are no world beaters either and Bradford’s fans are concerned they are in free fall. Recruitment and retention really crucial.
Re: Whitehaven : Mon Aug 29, 2022 6:57 pm  
BigTime wrote:
Recruitment and retention really crucial.

Like they were this time last year? What could possibly go wrong.....
Re: Whitehaven : Mon Aug 29, 2022 7:59 pm  
orangeman wrote:
Newcastle, Whitehaven, London and the 2nd promoted ram from L1 will doing the relegation dance in 2023.......

I’ve every confidence our management team are turning their attention from the important issue of what to put on the gold lounge menu to the issue of recruitment and retention. They’re not incompetents ....are they.....?
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