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Posted by Clearwing on Thu Jan 10, 2019 8:59 pm
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Muizz has signed a 2 year deal. Not seen much of him but impressed by what I have.
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i like him. have since I saw him in U16s
Posted by KaeruJim on Fri Jan 11, 2019 8:43 am
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Overused word, but he is a bit "raw". Watching him against the Aussies though, I was struck by his attitude in collision in particular - the lad never gives up and will be a handful as he physically develops.
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KaeruJim wrote:
Overused word, but he is a bit "raw". Watching him against the Aussies though, I was struck by his attitude in collision in particular - the lad never gives up and will be a handful as he physically develops.


Looked very good against the aussies. Then again was impressed with all the Leeds forwards, Australia could not cope with them. Hope they develop the way they look they can be massive for both Leeds and England
Posted by FGB on Fri Jan 11, 2019 9:46 am
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He unsettled the aussie pack when he came on, esp their massive prop who he singled out and put right off his game. Could be a good find this lad.
Posted by Bullseye on Fri Jan 11, 2019 10:53 am
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Anyone listen to the full 80mins last night? Craig Harrison was saying that one of the England Academy props told him that they put a shot on the biggest Aussie and that none of them fancied it after that. It put the England team on top. May have been Muizz
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Not so sure about that as the aussie no 17 Pele ruffled Muzzie a couple of times.
Muzzie to his credit kept going though.
Reminds me a bit of a raw Darren Flearey.
Posted by RHINO-MARK on Fri Jan 11, 2019 1:26 pm
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Bullseye wrote:
Anyone listen to the full 80mins last night? Craig Harrison was saying that one of the England Academy props told him that they put a shot on the biggest Aussie and that none of them fancied it after that. It put the England team on top. May have been Muizz

That was your lad Wilson mate Muzzy was going at it after that with a huge no16 he gave as good as he got & tbf the whole England pack got stuck into em & battered em.
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KaeruJim wrote:
Overused word, but he is a bit "raw". Watching him against the Aussies though, I was struck by his attitude in collision in particular - the lad never gives up and will be a handful as he physically develops.


He is a strong powerful kid but couldn't agree more he is very raw. He would run through a brick wall at 100mph and if anybody runs at him he will dump then on their backside. But let's sign Donaldson instead.

The game needs more kids like him playing the game.
Posted by The Biffs Back on Fri Jan 11, 2019 6:35 pm
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That was your lad Wilson mate Muzzy was going at it after that with a huge no16 he gave as good as he got & tbf the whole England pack got stuck into em & battered em.


Olly Wilson from the Bulls is a cracking player and he was certainly hitting hard.
I also liked the look of Widnes' back rower Sam Walters who IMO was the best player on the field in the first half before he went off injured

I thought after the game that I wouldn't mind both of these kids at the Rhinos,especially as they are playing for non SL sides at present

Franklin Pele was the giant Aussie that targeted Muiz with a few bell ringers,and has already been mentioned Muiz just went back for more.

Muiz had a wow of a game for Yorkshire against the Aussies and he was like a Kamikaze pilot with absolutely no care what so ever for his body.

I love to see young and talented footy players but I also love to see raw boned kids that are full off F#ck and love to get stuck into the rough stuff and that is Muiz.
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