Reiterating my point

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  • #2100
    Irishtrevor
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    This dual registration is a load of WIRE…  they are playing for fitness and never to WIN..  the sooner people get out of warrington’s  hoop the better

    #2101
    ScouseViking55
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    You think Lyons had a good game?

     

    nah me neither

    #2106
    Irishtrevor
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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>I see you are a wire</p>

    #2117
    Sinbad
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    The Wire players will always be scapegoats for some,in order to hide our own players poor efforts.

    #2119
    tonyvikinggee
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    So many weak performances out there tonight, not sure i would be singling out the wire lads after that performance. We need to look closer to home for our shortcomings.

    #2124
    Martin
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    The Wire players will always be scapegoats for some,in order to hide our own players poor efforts.

    Exactly. Patten should of been on from the start and Lyons left at home. Mamo had the real chance in a very poor second half. Wire players probably stopped it been a real embarrassment. Shame to say we a have a world class coach and a third world team.

    #2132
    Viking25
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    Robson was our best player

    #2137
    ScouseViking55
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    Patten started possibly our most creative move of the game which mamo made a mistake going towards touch rather than inside

    #2138
    MT
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    We didn’t lose that game because of the DR players. I’m no fan of the system but the team as a whole wasn’t good enough and didn’t play the conditions sufficiently well.

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    James
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    The Wire players will always be scapegoats for some,in order to hide our own players poor efforts.

    Exactly. Patten should of been on from the start and Lyons left at home. Mamo had the real chance in a very poor second half. Wire players probably stopped it been a real embarrassment. Shame to say we a have a world class coach and a third world team.

    Agree about Patton.

    #2184
    Ratboy
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    Robson our best player and Patten was definitely better than Lyons. Mamo is a quality player, so your theory i do not agree with to be honest. We have some bang average players that we have signed for the season. Hopefully improve once the weather picks up. lol

    #2195
    JJ
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    Dewsbury game and conditions just came home to roost ”What have we all been saying all season” big rugged prop so far we have not seen one good enough to outplay the yorky boys. just out of coincidense we had a Super League top winger and managed to starve of a pass vetually till half time and a stand off that tried the line for the first time in the 63rd minute not rocket science is it;

    #2209
    Bedford Viking
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    Performances against London and Dewsbury suggest mid-table for us this year, no more, unless of course we sign some big forwards. But where are they at this time in the season? Loans and DR are possibly our best hope on the recruitment front, whether it be from Wire or elsewhere.

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    Irishtrevor
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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>Looks like Matty Smith knows nothing about Rugby League now,  he is tipping Joey to go on to bigger and better things in his career.  What do the experts of Rugby League think of his comments?</p>

    #2237
    sunny
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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>Looks like Matty Smith knows nothing about Rugby League now, he is tipping Joey to go on to bigger and better things in his career. What do the experts of Rugby League think of his comments?</p>

    I am not and do profess to be an expert of RL. Smith trains with Joey, knows what he can do and how he is progressing and maturing, and if he believes Joey can go on to bigger and better things I will accept his opinion.

    Note that Smith does not say Joey can progress now, not at this moment, just that he will sometime.

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