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Spelly
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Tonight, Toulouse moved off the bottom (until tomorrow at least) with that win over Leeds.

Wakey need to come away smiling from Craven Park tomorrow, or the pressure will be heaped further on 'em.

Ironical that when they finally get round to tarting up Belle Vue, they could well be playing Championship football next term!

Spelly.

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Topic starter Posted : 16/07/2022 9:32 pm
Hans Moleman
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On current form I think Warrington are in free fall. Something isn't right in their camp. The players they have should be playing much better than they are. I think DP has lost the dressing room big time. All the money they have to buy anyone they want and they are still poor. I can't understand how DP has kept his job this season. 

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Posted : 17/07/2022 5:49 pm
Ditton donkey
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The dire down would be so sweet, but cannot see it - Toulouse would need to win 3 more games than them, same with Wakefield 

I reckon if Toulouse can beat Salford tonight they will be ok and wakes will be with us next season

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Posted : 23/07/2022 4:44 pm
CJ91
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I can see Wakefield going down and plummeting a bit like us and London.

Wire being relegated would be funny but then they would be like Leigh this year and that's no fun for the rest of the league.

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Posted : 23/07/2022 6:51 pm
Robbo
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For me, I'd love to see Wakefield go down. They have promised (lied) about the new ground to stay in Super League for so long now, they deserve all they get.

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Posted : 24/07/2022 5:45 pm
CJ91
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I'm not one for licences, but Trinity should have been out on their ear in 2011 along with Crusaders, if the criteria had been applied correctly.

 

 

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Posted : 25/07/2022 2:00 pm
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gpo1971
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Bit torn on this one.

If Toulouse are relegated, they'll likely stay full-time and walk the Championship next season.

If Wakefield are relegated, they'll be in the dung, will lose a lot of players and might have to cut their cloth accordingly. However, I'm a bit loathed to lose another heartland club to the abyss.

However, my head says Wakefield for the drop, they're not good enough. Toulouse have upped their game mid-season, fair play to them.

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Posted : 25/07/2022 7:33 pm
Spelly
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Two massive games for the wrong end of the table teams this weekend, which could go along way to deciding who goes down.

Toulouse host out of form FC, and Wakey head to Cas, who they've not beaten for yonks, but..........................

Nowt'll be settled, and I can see it going to the last game of the season, as it did a couple of years ago, when the Broncos just failed to stay up.

Prediction? Or is it a guess? I'll go for Wakey playing Championship football next term.

Spelly.

 

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Topic starter Posted : 25/07/2022 8:12 pm
Mick George
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Posted by: @cj91

I'm not one for licences, but Trinity should have been out on their ear in 2011 along with Crusaders, if the criteria had been applied correctly.

 

 

And not forgetting Cas

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Posted : 25/07/2022 10:08 pm
Spelly
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Two huge results tonight with FC beating Toulouse, and Wakey getting the better of their neighbours for the first time in yonks.

Nowt decided yet as to answering the question I set at the opening of this thread, but the run in for Olympique (to me) seems more difficult than that of Poching's People.

Had I been having a bet tonight, I'd have got 'em both wrong! 😣

Spelly.

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Topic starter Posted : 29/07/2022 9:29 pm
Spelly
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Prediction?

Wakey to stay up by four points.

Spelly.

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Topic starter Posted : 29/07/2022 9:39 pm
gpo1971
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Cas have been good lately, injuries caught up with them there. That lad in the centre/wing for Wakey looks a player though.

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Posted : 29/07/2022 9:57 pm
CJ91
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Shock win for Trinity yesterday, think it will go down to the fact Toulouse have a lot of away matches and I don't fancy them away from home.

Presumably it won't matter too much as both Trinity and Toulouse would be in the 2nd League of 10 if that proposed restructure came about come 2024. 

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Posted : 30/07/2022 12:03 pm
Hans Moleman
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Warrington are in trouble . They play Wigan next . Powell must be at risk of the boot after today's loss?? 

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Posted : 30/07/2022 8:15 pm
Spelly
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Warrington are in trouble . They play Wigan next . Powell must be at risk of the boot after today's loss?? 

As you say, your nearest, and not so dearest, are in the mix, but............

The shed-load of away games that await Toulouse, are gonna be a huge burden for 'em, and much as I'd like 'em to survive, I reckon they'll be playing you (and possibly us too) come 2023.

Next up fixture wise for the trio in trouble - Robins v Toulouse, Pies v Wire, and Wakey v Les Cats - Nowt easy there!

Spelly.

 

 

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Topic starter Posted : 31/07/2022 8:54 am
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