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Re: Squad for Giants.
Post Mon Apr 17, 2017 11:31 am
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morrisseyisawire wrote:
"Danny Brough kicked us to death". No.43 in your cut out and keep "Talk Like Tony" series. Even Danny Brough doesnt rate Danny Brough any more so lets have none of that for a start.

Joe Philbin and Stef. Same again please.
Play the balls. Its not the enigma code. Sort it out

And if you can manage to win AND remind us how once we were more Frank Sinatra and less Frank Spencer, that would be nice too.


I do wonder how professional rugby league players can make a complete pigs ear of the play the ball when their full time occupation is perfecting the skills of their profession. That Evans attempt was woeful. Same goes for acting half passing to about 30cm above the first receivers head .

Wigan seem to be well drilled with a simple place of the ball and step over.
Re: Squad for Giants.
Post Mon Apr 17, 2017 11:35 am
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Perhaps the players are thinking too far ahead ,to the next scintillating move, to concentrate on getting the basics right.
Re: Squad for Giants.
Post Mon Apr 17, 2017 12:34 pm
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Wires71 wrote:
I do wonder how professional rugby league players can make a complete pigs ear of the play the ball when their full time occupation is perfecting the skills of their profession. That Evans attempt was woeful. Same goes for acting half passing to about 30cm above the first receivers head .

Wigan seem to be well drilled with a simple place of the ball and step over.

The great Alexander Murphy once said... (probably more than once)
"Rugby league is the most simplest game to play in the world. You only have to run, pass and tackle".
once a wire always a wire
Re: Squad for Giants.
Post Mon Apr 17, 2017 2:53 pm
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Decent half. Risked turning into a game of basketball, but that's the nature of the 2nd Easter game.

Julien looking promising in attack. Just got to keep tm ball (not too much at fault for that).
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