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Re: Next up Catalan Mon May 17, 2021 11:04 pm  

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Connor like Sneyd is another who seems to dodge the criticism bullet

People are raving about Connor yet he single handedly lost us the match against Wigan

Yet people don't mention that or the interception against Wakefield

Bet they soon notice if the Wigan game was a play off match
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Re: Next up Catalan Mon May 17, 2021 11:08 pm  

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I said you were fortunate with your extra/loop games and I'll stand by that.

Rovers had 'extra' games against St Helens and Catalans whereas you had extra games against a Sezer less Hudds and Salford. Had that been the other way round the league table would be very different and not to your advantage.

IMO.
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Re: Next up Catalan Tue May 18, 2021 12:40 am  
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His Bobness wrote:
I said you were fortunate with your extra/loop games and I'll stand by that.

Rovers had 'extra' games against St Helens and Catalans whereas you had extra games against a Sezer less Hudds and Salford. Had that been the other way round the league table would be very different and not to your advantage.

IMO.


You did say that Bob, but did you forget what you also said regarding Wigan in the cup.

If you wish to be just a troll, then feel free, a false prophet almost.
Re: Next up Catalan Tue May 18, 2021 1:04 am  
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I said a banana skin. And that’s just what it was, we pack the middle of the field all night, with just the wings on the flanks, waiting for the overused cross field kicks.

Danny Houghton can’t go on forever, he needs spelling, and if Johnstone isn’t the answer, we need another hooker, not Cator.

We are debilitated without Taylor, and Bowden, and tonight it took its toll.

Our defence has been magnificent, but we need to play some footy, we have Reynolds Connor and Sneyd, but no short kicking game, against the Cats, you’ve got to keep turning them round, not play into their hands.

We beat ourselves tonight, the effort was great, but most of the execution was just poor. I thought Big Chris was great again, and Fonua showing flashes of what he can really do. Like others have said a very strange bench, especially when it seems there’s no intention of using either Scott or Johnstone. Never mind you can’t win them all, and it’s probably brought us all down to earth.
Re: Next up Catalan Tue May 18, 2021 1:29 am  

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Riderofthepalehorse wrote:
You did say that Bob, but did you forget what you also said regarding Wigan in the cup.

If you wish to be just a troll, then feel free, a false prophet almost.


I'm not a troll and accept you were good against a very poor Wigan in the cup. I honestly believe that come the business end Wigan will peak and you will not be able to match them. I may be wrong but it's my honest opinion.

For now you've won 3 from 6 same as Rovers.
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Re: Next up Catalan Tue May 18, 2021 4:50 am  
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Riderofthepalehorse wrote:

It makes you wonder how any of us played rugby league, with the dangers to the body.


Did you play Rider? I lasted half a season aged 18 playing for Fenners in the Hull Works league back in the mid-50's. Over that time, playing at 6, I had a couple of bad facial injuries due to high tackles and a fractured clavicle caused by a very late tackle. Decided the game was not for me and switched to Union.
Re: Next up Catalan Tue May 18, 2021 5:11 am  

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Thetalentboy wrote:
People are raving about Connor yet he single handedly lost us the match against Wigan

Yet people don't mention that or the interception against Wakefield

Bet they soon notice if the Wigan game was a play off match


If you think you can blame one person for a defeat than I'm guessing you have never played a team sport, he made a couple of mistakes, as did other people in the game,no one player can be blamed for a defeat like that.

Connor is a our most creative player and gets plenty of criticism, in fact as soon as he has a bad game it highlighted by people like you (who ash mentioed this a few times).

Him and Reynolds are the only pivots who creative something, as you could see yesterday. I love one person to tell me one chance Sneyd created yesterday (you can include kicks) what other halfback in the league, doesn't create one chance and this is a one of things.

I agree on Houghton, great defensively and can scoot well on the back of a quick play the ball, but doesn't create enough for a hooker (which he was in 2016/17), we certainly need another hooker and if Sneyd doesn't improve we then maybe another pivot if we want to challenge.

I know it isn't Hodgsons fault, but have two quota players (One of which doesn't play) and probably 200k tied up on wingers is really hurting us.
Re: Next up Catalan Tue May 18, 2021 6:29 am  
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last week kendal sin binned a player for taking a player out after the ball had gone,but last night he did`nt bother.scot taylor picked up on the player who was taken out after he had got rid of the ball.
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Re: Next up Catalan Tue May 18, 2021 6:34 am  

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Riderofthepalehorse wrote:
You did say that Bob, but did you forget what you also said regarding Wigan in the cup.

If you wish to be just a troll, then feel free, a false prophet almost.


Ignore him mate, he is a coward, comes on here after we get beat, nowhere to be seen when we win.

He predicted we would get beat by Wigan in the cup and when we win nowhere to be seen.
Re: Next up Catalan Tue May 18, 2021 7:44 am  
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Freddie Miller. wrote:
Did you play Rider? I lasted half a season aged 18 playing for Fenners in the Hull Works league back in the mid-50's. Over that time, playing at 6, I had a couple of bad facial injuries due to high tackles and a fractured clavicle caused by a very late tackle. Decided the game was not for me and switched to Union.


Messaged you Fred.
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