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Re: Leigh Wed May 19, 2021 12:29 pm  
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Webster had the new coach bounce but then a disastrous season the following year, when he was sacked after Brian Smith took over. Unfortunately, however, he'd won two games by this point in the season, which is two more than we currently have.
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Re: Leigh Wed May 19, 2021 12:36 pm  

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Not that it matters much but Webster resigned, he wasn't sacked. MC wanted him to stay if memory servers me correctly.
Re: Leigh Wed May 19, 2021 4:57 pm  
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charlie wrote:
Not that it matters much but Webster resigned, he wasn't sacked. MC wanted him to stay if memory servers me correctly.


Yes, I think you're right.

The point I was making was really that he had a disastrous season but by this point he had won two games (the first two, from memory), which is two more than us at the moment.

In fairness to the team, they have all been relatively tough fixtures. Leeds twice, Saints, Hull, Catalans, Wigan. All losable in a normal season. I'm not ruling out the picture being a little rosier in a couple of months time.

I can't remember the first game from that year, but I think the second game was against Hull KR, and Albert Kelly hadn't quite shown what he can do at that stage.

Until then, however, the only team I look out for is Leigh.
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Re: Leigh Wed May 19, 2021 8:22 pm  

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Yes, I think you're right.

The point I was making was really that he had a disastrous season but by this point he had won two games (the first two, from memory), which is two more than us at the moment.

In fairness to the team, they have all been relatively tough fixtures. Leeds twice, Saints, Hull, Catalans, Wigan. All losable in a normal season. I'm not ruling out the picture being a little rosier in a couple of months time.

I can't remember the first game from that year, but I think the second game was against Hull KR, and Albert Kelly hadn't quite shown what he can do at that stage.

Until then, however, the only team I look out for is Leigh.

First game was cas at cas when we came back from about 14pts down with not long to go
Re: Leigh Wed May 19, 2021 9:54 pm  
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First game was cas at cas when we came back from about 14pts down with not long to go

Yes we won our first 2 then lost a close controversial match against Saints, picked up loads of injuries and that was that.

Up the Trin
Re: Leigh Fri May 21, 2021 6:14 pm  
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Jeez FT....that must be one fast pushbike :shock: :shock:

Well the 150BHP definitely helps push it along :lol:
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Re: Leigh Fri May 21, 2021 7:44 pm  

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Anything is possible looking at Gelling's case. :CRAZY:


Didn’t happen at Leigh..
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Re: Leigh Fri May 21, 2021 8:34 pm  
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Didn’t happen at Leigh..


No one said it did but he's a Leigh player now and it's the 1st time I've seen those photo's of his partner.

Worst I've seen involving a Rugby League player since the incident that had Greg Johnson getting jailed.
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Re: Leigh Fri May 21, 2021 8:46 pm  

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No one said it did but he's a Leigh player now and it's the 1st time I've seen those photo's of his partner.

Worst I've seen involving a Rugby League player since the incident that had Greg Johnson getting jailed.


You stated back to Leigh... Without stating facts. Nothing wrong with the East Lancs,just don’t get caught. :wink:
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