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Re: RD 23 | Wigan Warriors v Leeds Rhinos
Post Mon Jul 24, 2017 12:20 am
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I'd love to see Golding pass more. The way he comes at the line he looks more like a 6/7 than a fullback, but he then doesn't pass enough.
Re: RD 23 | Wigan Warriors v Leeds Rhinos
Post Mon Jul 24, 2017 8:59 am
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TheSnowmonkey wrote:
Agree with your first comment on retaining some of youngsters been retained for Super 8s ,especially Whiteley given that Burrow is injured we need another out right hooker. to take pressure off Parcell.

As for the second comment don't agree. ...maybe I was watching a different match to everyone else , but comments seem same on all forums. He just returned from injury, was playing at stand off which is not his usual position. He tracked back to save at least two tries, which should have been Walker's job so the score would have been higher....he also bailed Walker out on a few other occasions. Two of Wigan's tries were as a result of Walker not been there to stop them..which is his job as FB...one which was a very soft try. Yes he is good on attack but it no good if he letting tries be shipped in. Ok would be different if more seniors were playing.. Other criticism of Golding was he dropped ball..He knocked on from a poor pass in second half which had also deflected off a players arm but you could tell Golding was annoyed with himself for it happening..which to me shows signs that he is dedicated and know he will work on errors..Also baring in mind second match not playing in usual position last time on wing. I would also add no his performance not the best, but would not say he was worst on pitch either.


I appreciate he was not playing in his usual position (though he spent time in his junior games at half back) and he is still returning from injury but he was far too reluctant to pass. It's the only part of his game he's really been struggling with this year and I was hoping that a game in the halves would allow him to at least show that he is capable of passing but it didn't happen. Golding has got a mature head on his shoulders and I'm sure he will look back at the video this week and realise that he failed in his main role as a pivot and will take steps to rectify it.
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Post Tue Jul 25, 2017 11:30 am
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At least that's out of the way! Looking forward to Super 8s now
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