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Thu Jan 15, 2009 5:40 pm  

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22 - 19 - 4

Warrington led 16-2 in Saturday's Grand Final, but their joy was short-lived as Wigan roared back to win the Super League title and extend the Wire's 58-year wait to be champions

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Thu Jan 15, 2009 5:45 pm  

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Did he actually say that :shock:
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Thu Jan 15, 2009 5:57 pm  

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Just goes to show what turd-stiring idiots like The Mirror's Trevor Baxter are.

Basically IL was agreeing to a certain extent with a highly strung Wigan supporter venting their fustration towards Whelan's decision to make is move out fixture.

Ian Lenagan replied ''I was fustrated too and could have killed DW for moving the fixture but....'' and then actually stuck up for DW (can't remember how) to some fans dismay. He then said ''If there are any reporters in here, I hope you print that too'', which the Mirror and Trevor Baxter have decided not to do.

There's nothing in it. How many times have you said ''I could kill ___for doing that''....etc?
Thu Jan 15, 2009 7:06 pm  

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It's a figure of speech, nothing more. Who wouldn't be angry at forfeiting home advantage?

It's a poor piece of reporting that tells half a story. I hope the club make a complaint to the mirror.
Thu Jan 15, 2009 7:24 pm  

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Oh just that Hock has enrolled on a degree course with UCLAN



well i aint see him around, But i'll keep an eye out for ya.

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Stevo on a Craig Smith intersept, "that was like throwing tomato seeds out of a moving train window and coming back a year later and tomatoes have grown!"

Eddies reaction, "I don't know what he's been taking but i wants some"

Wayne Rooney, meanwhile, says he has failed to be gripped by England's rugby union World Cup bid.
"I've not seen it," said the England striker. "I've been watching the rugby league."
Thu Jan 15, 2009 8:37 pm  

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3/ Can't believe I'm agreeing with DaveO here but it seems straight forward to me that a Hypothetical 300k could easily be swallowed up by the signings of Roberts/Pryce/Riddell a full years wages for Phelps & smith as opposed to 3 months wages last year and wage rises for at least 1/2 dozen of the younger squad including Hansen (Remember he was part of the Fielden/salary cap argument) J Tomkins, S Tomkins, Goulding et al


Dont forget we have also had to register Karl Pryce this year and im assuming he is on a decent amount of money, although i was suprised that only 20k was left.

However at least we know where we stand, did we under Mo?

Also, for people who want specific questions asked, there are two options,
get yourself down to the forum to ask and show some bottle if your there, its easy being a internet warrior, when you hide behind your screen.
Thu Jan 15, 2009 9:09 pm  

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Cadoo! wrote:
Did he actually say that :shock:



He actually said:

'I could have killed Whelan for that'

Big Cheer in the room.

Then he said:

'........But he was right to do it, and I hope any press that quotes me, also quotes that last bit as well'

Obviously the Mirror didn't.
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Thu Jan 15, 2009 10:58 pm  
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MattyB wrote:
He actually said:

'I could have killed Whelan for that'

Big Cheer in the room.

Then he said:

'........But he was right to do it, and I hope any press that quotes me, also quotes that last bit as well'

Obviously the Mirror didn't.


Shocked that he said that....how can you possibly say the bradford tool was right to do it?

As for the 'article' if it can be called that, what b0llox reporting....its not even a proper article....3 paragraphs which have no coherancy....a five year old would have done better
Fri Jan 16, 2009 12:03 am  

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andyed-wiganrl wrote:
Shocked that he said that....how can you possibly say the bradford tool was right to do it?

As for the 'article' if it can be called that, what b0llox reporting....its not even a proper article....3 paragraphs which have no coherancy....a five year old would have done better


Word for word.
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Fri Jan 16, 2009 12:57 pm  

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I quite enjoyed it but I missed a couple of questions due to JTB, woody, Hogan, Jukesays and Twosevenzero weting themselves when a guy introduced himself as "Phil McCraken fron Standish". Although I'm sure he said 'Bill'. :lol:


its definitely BILL........i saw him this morning :) :?
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