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Re: rugby league manager on pc Mon Jan 16, 2012 8:54 pm  

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Would be a cracking game if you didn't have to select the Acadamy or Youth, like in FM.
Re: rugby league manager on pc Tue Jan 24, 2012 1:30 pm  

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TheRevolution wrote:
Would be a cracking game if you didn't have to select the Acadamy or Youth, like in FM.


Here an Assistant coach and set him to the squads. Then he deals with it and you just worry about first team action.
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Maguire was a black mark on RL in this country. Whilst coaches like Daniel Anderson and Brian McLennan won championships on the back of exciting Rugby league, Maguire set out to win at all costs, evident by the way Danny Maguire was seriously injured and laughed at on the floor by the wigan players as he writhed in agony. Then there has been the constant bending back of limbs, trying to seriously maim the opposition. Even Phil Clarke has jumped on the bandwagon with his disgusting comments about the Danny Maguire incident.

I think its fitting that the 2 fairest teams in the comp, who have been on the receiving end of Wigans tactics should contest the Grand Final and make it a proper family day out instead of the knuckle dragging, salivating neanderthals from Wigan, that would pour into manchester on grand final day.

I for one cant wait to mingle with the Leeds fans and have a beer with them, rather than having to watch my arms and legs, should wigan have got there.
Re: rugby league manager on pc Fri Jan 27, 2012 2:59 am  

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Young Warrior wrote:
Here an Assistant coach and set him to the squads. Then he deals with it and you just worry about first team action.


Can't believe I didn't know that! Will get me back into it again now.


Cheers mate.
Re: rugby league manager on pc Sat Feb 04, 2012 4:16 am  

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How do I choose my goal kicker or does the player with the best stats just take them?
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Re: rugby league manager on pc Sun Feb 05, 2012 3:18 pm  

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I see the website is back up..
Re: rugby league manager on pc Sat Feb 18, 2012 4:36 pm  

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It's just the player with the best stats, Conroy.

Bit late, but better than never :)
Re: rugby league manager on pc Tue Apr 10, 2012 2:31 pm  

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Does anyone know when 2012 edition is coming out? Thanks.
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Re: rugby league manager on pc Wed Apr 11, 2012 10:28 pm  

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Gamer 111 wrote:
Does anyone know when 2012 edition is coming out? Thanks.


Should imagine it'll be the summer, I know the Union one is.
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Maguire was a black mark on RL in this country. Whilst coaches like Daniel Anderson and Brian McLennan won championships on the back of exciting Rugby league, Maguire set out to win at all costs, evident by the way Danny Maguire was seriously injured and laughed at on the floor by the wigan players as he writhed in agony. Then there has been the constant bending back of limbs, trying to seriously maim the opposition. Even Phil Clarke has jumped on the bandwagon with his disgusting comments about the Danny Maguire incident.

I think its fitting that the 2 fairest teams in the comp, who have been on the receiving end of Wigans tactics should contest the Grand Final and make it a proper family day out instead of the knuckle dragging, salivating neanderthals from Wigan, that would pour into manchester on grand final day.

I for one cant wait to mingle with the Leeds fans and have a beer with them, rather than having to watch my arms and legs, should wigan have got there.
Re: rugby league manager on pc Wed Apr 18, 2012 2:33 pm  

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Young Warrior wrote:
Should imagine it'll be the summer, I know the Union one is.


Are you sure the union one is out, just looked and all it said was that target was UK Summer 2012.
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Re: rugby league manager on pc Wed Apr 18, 2012 10:50 pm  

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Gamer 111 wrote:
Are you sure the union one is out, just looked and all it said was that target was UK Summer 2012.


I meant that the union one is coming out in the summer, so hopefully the League edition is too.
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Saint77777 wrote:
Maguire was a black mark on RL in this country. Whilst coaches like Daniel Anderson and Brian McLennan won championships on the back of exciting Rugby league, Maguire set out to win at all costs, evident by the way Danny Maguire was seriously injured and laughed at on the floor by the wigan players as he writhed in agony. Then there has been the constant bending back of limbs, trying to seriously maim the opposition. Even Phil Clarke has jumped on the bandwagon with his disgusting comments about the Danny Maguire incident.

I think its fitting that the 2 fairest teams in the comp, who have been on the receiving end of Wigans tactics should contest the Grand Final and make it a proper family day out instead of the knuckle dragging, salivating neanderthals from Wigan, that would pour into manchester on grand final day.

I for one cant wait to mingle with the Leeds fans and have a beer with them, rather than having to watch my arms and legs, should wigan have got there.
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