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Re: Shuds next up Sun May 30, 2021 8:49 pm  

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Very noble of you to post those comments spainsey.
. Enjoy the bank holiday yourself. :CLAP:
Re: Shuds next up Sun May 30, 2021 8:52 pm  
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you must be joking
Re: Shuds next up Sun May 30, 2021 9:17 pm  

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Kettykat wrote:
All we’ve ever lacked is confidence and we look like we’ve put that to bed today , and the thing that most clubs struggle with and that’s consistency.stood down the far end of the west terrace today and you could see how relaxed the players were talking to their wife’s and children whilst warming up on the touch line . Fitita even had time for a joke with my son when he told him he was in his dream team and to get a couple of tries to boost his points . The whole team oozed confidence and we’re relaxed and enjoying themselves today ,a good day at the office I’d say .

Chessie could learn from the programme I watched last night in which Brian Clough said at a time when his forest team wasn't playing well that the players feed off on how he management react, when he commented in front of the cameras he never let his reactions to press get the better for them to make his team worse.
Now is his time to build on that keep control keep the confidence building and it will continue to get better but it begs to ask why the start of the season was so dire.

Well done again lads :CLAP: let's not let the next game v Leigh be a downer
Re: Shuds next up Sun May 30, 2021 10:16 pm  

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Superb performance today rom 1 - 17.
Defensively magnificent, especially these 5 sets back to back in the first half, absolutely brilliant.
Fifita, best game of the season so far, Jowitt, quality at FB, Lino, getting better and better and Miller too.
Our pack were utterly dominant, which allowed the backs to play.
I thought that we'd lose (narrowly) today but, how wrong I was.
The first 40 was 10/10, with some quality tries in there too.

Well done Trinity, hopefully we can start looking up and with defence like that, no fear. :BOW: :BOW:
Re: Shuds next up Sun May 30, 2021 10:59 pm  

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great win today ! wow what a performance
Re: Shuds next up Mon May 31, 2021 1:53 pm  

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For me the best 80 minutes since we spanked Hull 72-10.
A great performance.
Re: Shuds next up Mon May 31, 2021 3:59 pm  

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snowie wrote:
Chessie could learn from the programme I watched last night in which Brian Clough said at a time when his forest team wasn't playing well that the players feed off on how he management react, when he commented in front of the cameras he never let his reactions to press get the better for them to make his team worse.
Now is his time to build on that keep control keep the confidence building and it will continue to get better but it begs to ask why the start of the season was so dire.

Well done again lads :CLAP: let's not let the next game v Leigh be a downer

The reason why the first 6 games was so dire was, because Mr Chester was putting round pegs in square holes and concentrating on defence so much ,he forget that it's as important to play players in key positions that can bring some thing to the attack .Plus we could not get the spine of the team on the park at the same time through injury. I admit I have said it was time for a change ,but think the last two matches have give me more faith in the Coaching staff as a unit
Re: Shuds next up Mon May 31, 2021 4:10 pm  

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vastman wrote:
Those people were noticeable by there absence last week and are equally mute this week.

We won’t hear from them until we lose the the hysterics will begin again. Such is life :D


Still nothing from the usual suspects. It must be killing them ....
Re: Shuds next up Mon May 31, 2021 4:13 pm  

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alegend wrote:
The reason why the first 6 games was so dire was, because Mr Chester was putting round pegs in square holes and concentrating on defence so much ,he forget that it's as important to play players in key positions that can bring some thing to the attack .Plus we could not get the spine of the team on the park at the same time through injury. I admit I have said it was time for a change ,but think the last two matches have give me more faith in the Coaching staff as a unit


What are you on about, of course he was playing players out of position that’s what happens when you have injuries, it’s not rocket science, unbelievable.
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Re: Shuds next up Mon May 31, 2021 4:30 pm  

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vastman wrote:
What are you on about, of course he was playing players out of position that’s what happens when you have injuries, it’s not rocket science, unbelievable.

It’s a forum vasty that why people have their own opinions ,no need to knock everyone that says something different to what you believe . Come on we could have cained you for the Ryan hall is fat comments ,but that is your opinion , which in my opinion is way off but there you go . We all see the game in different ways and all differ in how we talk about it ,and that is what makes this a good forum , please don’t stifle people’s view just because they see it differently than yourself.
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