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Re: Round 5 v Wigan Wed May 05, 2021 2:38 pm  

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Dave K. wrote:
On the game, I see Sneyd picked up a man of Steele point, now I haven't watched the game again, but for me he wouldn't have been in my top 8 Hull players, nevermind top 3 of both teams.
I've been disappointed with Sneyd the last few games, we know he isn't creative with the ball in hand or has a good running game, but his kicking (not goal kicking) has been off.

I know he might have knock and missing his partner, but we need more from him


We say this about Sneyd every season but some still see him as top half back
Re: Round 5 v Wigan Wed May 05, 2021 2:50 pm  

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bonaire wrote:
We say this about Sneyd every season but some still see him as top half back

Including, but not confined to, a lot of people whose opinions have some value.
Re: Round 5 v Wigan Wed May 05, 2021 3:07 pm  

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bonaire wrote:
More like desperation considering there was a possibility of a longer ban on a failed appeal.
If Mau was going to be fit then dont see the point but looks from this that he wont

Or maybe he he will, along with Reynolds.
Re: Round 5 v Wigan Wed May 05, 2021 5:19 pm  

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ccs wrote:
Or maybe he he will, along with Reynolds.


yes the good news is they are both fit
feeling a lot more confident now that we can turn them over
Re: Round 5 v Wigan Wed May 05, 2021 9:16 pm  

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So Clubb’s penalty was reduced as whatever was said was “in the heat of the moment”. Don’t understand that. What had gone on? He was playing rugby; it’s his job.
With regard to Farrell’s head high tackle some people suggest there was no comparison with Connor’s tackle. What are they suggesting? That he executed it with such precision that he knew no damage would be done. The penalty should be for the act, not the outcome.
Re: Round 5 v Wigan Wed May 12, 2021 12:47 pm  

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His Bobness wrote:
I think the final score flattered Hull and expect Wigan to win again next week.

It won't matter if Reynolds does or doesn't play your best chance of scoring will as ever be Sneyd's precision diagonal kicks to the wing and of course his brilliant goalkicking.


The usual standard of punditry from Bob. :lol:
Re: Round 5 v Wigan Wed May 12, 2021 5:36 pm  

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Mrs Barista wrote:
The usual standard of punditry from Bob. :lol:


Hmmmmm....... curiously absent since Saturday - I wonder why he hasn't been back on? :THINK: :WHISTLE:
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Re: Round 5 v Wigan Wed May 12, 2021 6:35 pm  
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Homenaway wrote:
Hmmmmm....... curiously absent since Saturday - I wonder why he hasn't been back on? :THINK: :WHISTLE:


Just like the poster who appeared after every game last season to explain why we lost.

Never used to offer his/her analysis when we won. :THINK:
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