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Re: new coach Fri Nov 20, 2020 8:58 am  
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Irregular Hoops wrote:
I know he wouldn’t be a massively popular choice, but I’d like Wane.

Just think he’d change the culture around the club for years to come.


Absolutely agree. A winning culture. Baffles me why some don't want him.
Re: new coach Fri Nov 20, 2020 9:16 am  

fosdyke99 wrote:
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we dont want wane,the mans a cretin.
Re: new coach Fri Nov 20, 2020 10:28 am  

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If we go with a new coach, think we're realistically looking at Mcnamara or Flanagan, even doubt macnamara would give up catalans with the lifestyle and flexible cap he's been given
Re: new coach Fri Nov 20, 2020 10:37 am  

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Irregular Hoops wrote:
I know he wouldn’t be a massively popular choice, but I’d like Wane.

Just think he’d change the culture around the club for years to come.

Wane would remove the comfort-zone from the club, so his appointment would upset the Club Hull membership.
Re: new coach Fri Nov 20, 2020 11:43 am  

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For me the team have improved under Last which is to his credit. We haven't chucked in the towel once - which was clearly an attitude problem.

BUT - the attack STILL non-existent, how many times do we play the drop off ball back inside to get someone mullered ?? Never a steep running line or enough bodies in motion. I think we have enough grunt in the team now to compete & occasionally turn over top 4 teams - but we will do it in the Radford style which is SOOOOO Limited.

For me it is a newbie from down under.
Re: new coach Fri Nov 20, 2020 12:02 pm  

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al283 wrote:
For me the team have improved under Last which is to his credit. We haven't chucked in the towel once - which was clearly an attitude problem.

BUT - the attack STILL non-existent, how many times do we play the drop off ball back inside to get someone mullered ?? Never a steep running line or enough bodies in motion. I think we have enough grunt in the team now to compete & occasionally turn over top 4 teams - but we will do it in the Radford style which is SOOOOO Limited.

For me it is a newbie from down under.


The trouble with big powerhouses is that you have to limit the workload, you have to be really fit to keep up with running lines. The attack is ok we scored enough points over the season to show that when it ticks it ticks, however with a strong defence the limitations start to show. An X factor 6 would make a difference as would making the forwards more mobile.
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Re: new coach Fri Nov 20, 2020 3:28 pm  

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pmarrow wrote:
The trouble with big powerhouses is that you have to limit the workload, you have to be really fit to keep up with running lines. The attack is ok we scored enough points over the season to show that when it ticks it ticks, however with a strong defence the limitations start to show. An X factor 6 would make a difference as would making the forwards more mobile.


A six is the priority.
We also need to find some pace from somewhere as our backline for next season will be the slowest in S/L
Re: new coach Sat Nov 21, 2020 10:12 am  

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Brett Hodgson front runner for the job according to aus.

Meanwhile Wests Tigers premiership winner Brett Hodgson is closing in on a Super League head coaching job.

Hodgson is the frontrunner to land the vacant Hull FC coaching position after being relegated to a pathways role with the Tigers for 2021.


https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport ... 81c0e128bb
Re: new coach Sat Nov 21, 2020 10:20 am  
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mwindass wrote:
Brett Hodgson front runner for the job according to aus.

Meanwhile Wests Tigers premiership winner Brett Hodgson is closing in on a Super League head coaching job.

Hodgson is the frontrunner to land the vacant Hull FC coaching position after being relegated to a pathways role with the Tigers for 2021.


https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport ... 81c0e128bb


"Relegated to a pathways role" That's hardly an endorsement of his coaching ability!
Re: new coach Sat Nov 21, 2020 10:23 am  

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Marcus's Bicycle wrote:
"Relegated to a pathways role" That's hardly an endorsement of his coaching ability!



I was thinking exactly the same.

Are we going to get rid of an assistant coach for an Aussie failed assistant coach?
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