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Posted by Damo-Leeds on Mon Nov 09, 2009 1:50 pm
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With Kevin Sinfield lucky enough in some peoples eyes to receive a nomination to this top award will Sean O'Loughlin go one step further and actually win the thing?

All that Kevin Sinfield has done to deserve this award is lead Leeds Rhinos to a third consecutive (Sean O'Loughlin is capable of better) grand final win and a top of the table finish. Not to mention all the individual awards he’s won this season including man of the match (If Sean O'Loughlin wasn’t injured he would of got that) aweard against the kiwis and the Harry Sunderland (something Sean O'Loughlin should of got these last three years if it wasn’t for losing against Kevin Sinfield’s Leeds twice and saints once in the semi's) at Old Trafford

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Posted by FearTheVee on Mon Nov 09, 2009 1:52 pm
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Damo-Leeds wrote:
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I think you need to get over the fact that some people think SOL is a good player.
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Posted by Mini Rogue on Mon Nov 09, 2009 1:52 pm
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I think your going fishing again, but Sinfield has played most of his International footy this series at 9, not at 13.
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Posted by Damo-Leeds on Mon Nov 09, 2009 1:55 pm
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FearTheVee wrote:
I think you need to get over the fact that some people think SOL is a good player.

I accept he’s a good player. But he’s no where near Kevin Sinfield at the moment. However there’s always room for improvement :lol:
Posted by Steve Ella's Beard on Mon Nov 09, 2009 1:58 pm
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Damo-Leeds wrote:
I accept he’s a good player. But he’s no where near Kevin Sinfield at the moment. However there’s always room for improvement :lol:


Sinfield has been playing well this series while at dummy half..........
Posted by Newton-Le-willows-Warrior on Mon Nov 09, 2009 1:58 pm
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Damo-Leeds wrote:
I accept he’s a good player. But he’s no where near Kevin Sinfield at the moment. However there’s always room for improvement :lol:


what do you base your judgement on?
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Posted by back to back to back on Mon Nov 09, 2009 1:59 pm
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Sinfield could single handedly score 7 tries on saturday and beat the aussies and people would still go ''eh! sinfield? what did he do'' when he won MOM.
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Posted by Therailwayendisuponus. on Mon Nov 09, 2009 2:05 pm
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back to back to back wrote:
Sinfield could single handedly score 7 tries on saturday and beat the aussies and people would still go ''eh! sinfield? what did he do'' when he won MOM.
I have never been a fan of Sinfield, especially as I am a Cas fan. But I have to admit he was absolutely brilliant for us on Saturday. Mr Sinfield I doff my cap to you sir!
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Posted by Steve Ella's Beard on Mon Nov 09, 2009 2:06 pm
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back to back to back wrote:
Sinfield could single handedly score 7 tries on saturday and beat the aussies and people would still go ''eh! sinfield? what did he do'' when he won MOM.


Actually a great deal of people were praising Sinfield, including plenty people who previously felt he was overrated. Seems like you'd need a fairly big chip on your shoulder to off the back of that come and have a sly dig at Sean. Mind you it is Damo
Posted by Damo-Leeds on Mon Nov 09, 2009 2:10 pm
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Newton-Le-willows-Warrior wrote:
what do you base your judgement on?

At all angles.

Sinfield has been the best 13 at club level for the past three years in super league as shown by the points he’s amassed and winning the big award. He’s also been instrumental in the international set up - not always I will admit that.

Sean O'Loughlin in comparison has just looked good in a few super league regular round games and you might want to chuck in a few challenge cup games and maybe the odd (not that anything really stands out) international.

Sinfield is an all round class act for both county and club level at the moment just like the Melbourne Storm lads who’ve been nominated rightly for the golden boot. Anyone who thinks Sean O'Loughlin is a better player I respect they opinion but they over glorifying him into something he’s not.
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