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Sun Feb 08, 2009 8:32 pm  

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Mathers and Coley to miss out next week for me.
Sun Feb 08, 2009 8:33 pm  
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Alex BP' wrote:
Mathers and Coley to miss out next week for me.


Agreed.
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Sun Feb 08, 2009 8:37 pm  
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Neither should be anywhere near the 17. Coley is seriously cack
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Sun Feb 08, 2009 8:38 pm  

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Alex BP' wrote:
Mathers and Coley to miss out next week for me.


Yep. The 2 worst offenders today by far.
Sun Feb 08, 2009 8:41 pm  

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Alex BP' wrote:
Mathers and Coley to miss out all year for me.


more like...... :wink:
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Sun Feb 08, 2009 8:41 pm  
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Alex BP' wrote:
Mathers and Coley to miss out next week for me.

I have to agree with that myself.

Mathers head is not right at the moment and Coley is very, very average.
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Sun Feb 08, 2009 8:48 pm  

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I'll bet good money that Noble won't drop Coley. He simply does not drop his senior players regardless of performance. Mathers is like Vaealiki all over again, you keep waiting and waiting for him to turn the corner for an 'Ah! That's why they signed him!' moment. It's NEVER going to come, he's terrified of anything that comes near him - ball, attackers, defenders the lot. He should be about 24th in the pecking order for a first team spot.
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Sun Feb 08, 2009 8:50 pm  

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RW 5 Pat richards
RC 3 Darrell Goulding
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LW 21 Cameron Phelps
SO 6 Tim Smith
SH 7 Thomas Leuluai
P 8 Stuart Fielden
H 9 Mark Riddell
P 23 Eamon O'Carroll
SR 12 Phil Bailey
SR 16 Harrison Hansen
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S 10 Iafeta Paleaaesina
S 11 Gareth Hock
S 14 Joel Tomkins
S 17 Mike McIllorum

Dropping Mathers is obvious, it's not so much because he was so bad today but because he's been so bad since he got here. I'd take the radical step of using Hock as a prop so that we're a bit more mobile in attack, I'm sure he can handle himself, might do his temprament some good as well to mix it with the props. I think we need someone to replace Riddell without using Lockers at stand off but we can't throw Sam Tomkins into a team playing this badly against Hull who will probably beat us, so I'd throw Mike McIllorum in there. He's played quite a few SL games, will relish the opportunity and he's a tough little sod. Drop Coley too, he's not doing anything O'Carroll and Prescott don't do as well or better.
Sun Feb 08, 2009 8:51 pm  

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JTB wrote:
I'll bet good money that Noble won't drop Coley. He simply does not drop his senior players regardless of performance. Mathers is like Vaealiki all over again, you keep waiting and waiting for him to turn the corner for an 'Ah! That's why they signed him!' moment.

His last game v St Helens, Vaealiki's break was amazing!!! Shame we waited so long for it :lol:
Sun Feb 08, 2009 8:52 pm  

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His last game v St Helens, Vaealiki's break was amazing!!! Shame we waited so long for it :lol:


You can't base anything on someone beating Wellens in a foot race :)
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