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Re: Luke Gale
Post Wed Sep 13, 2017 7:18 am
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In Gale's absence will the RFL need to supply their own referees assistant????
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Re: Luke Gale
Post Wed Sep 13, 2017 7:24 am
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Mr Bliss wrote:
In Gale's absence will the RFL need to supply their own referees assistant????
lol best post of week , not sure what difference it makes - if Wigan and hull beat cas and we beat them we still finish on 34 to their 33 , of either of them beat us then game over !
Re: Luke Gale
Post Wed Sep 13, 2017 8:08 am
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Has it said what procedure he had?
I had mine done and wash rushed in so was cut rather than keyhole which makes it six weeks not three weeks. If went to normal hospital rather than private they would think about patients health rather than can he play in 2 or 3 weeks.
Re: Luke Gale
Post Wed Sep 13, 2017 8:57 am
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Hope he fit for the World Cup
Re: Luke Gale
Post Wed Sep 13, 2017 9:57 am
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supercat wrote:
Has it said what procedure he had?
I had mine done and wash rushed in so was cut rather than keyhole which makes it six weeks not three weeks. If went to normal hospital rather than private they would think about patients health rather than can he play in 2 or 3 weeks.


Very unlikely he's had 4 hours in pinder's A&E department.

For all the talking in the world, he's back when he's back.

Personally if we stick mcshane at 7 for now I'm reasonably confident he can do a good enough job.

Gale has been sensational but I don't think you'll find many coaches who say cas are a one man team. It's a massive hindrance, no doubt, but if we don't fulfil our potential and win the GF, I for one certainly won't be using it as an excuse.

Compared with other clubs, and other seasons, we've had an outstanding year in terms of injuries. Very rarely more than 1 or 2 starters out at once.

As it stands gale is the only absentee in our squad, which still makes us remarkably healthy for this time of year
Re: Luke Gale
Post Wed Sep 13, 2017 10:24 am
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DAVE@CAS1990 wrote:
Very unlikely he's had 4 hours in pinder's A&E department.

For all the talking in the world, he's back when he's back.

Personally if we stick mcshane at 7 for now I'm reasonably confident he can do a good enough job.

Gale has been sensational but I don't think you'll find many coaches who say cas are a one man team. It's a massive hindrance, no doubt, but if we don't fulfil our potential and win the GF, I for one certainly won't be using it as an excuse.

Compared with other clubs, and other seasons, we've had an outstanding year in terms of injuries. Very rarely more than 1 or 2 starters out at once.

As it stands gale is the only absentee in our squad, which still makes us remarkably healthy for this time of year

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Re: Luke Gale
Post Wed Sep 13, 2017 12:33 pm
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Egg Banjo wrote:
How convenient for Cas that he managed to play in the important game against Leeds (shake their confidence for the GF by losing 4 games so far) but is then struck with an illness which will see him out of action for 2 weeks when they didn't really need him to play...


Not quite sure what your getting at.do you believe this is a staged injury/illness ?

If Wakefield don't make the top 4 which I hope you do by the way it will because you haven't won enough games not because Luke gale had his appendix removed.
Re: Luke Gale
Post Wed Sep 13, 2017 1:03 pm
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braytontiger wrote:
If Wakefield don't make the top 4 which I hope you do by the way it will because you haven't won enough games not because Luke gale had his appendix removed.


We can be a lot more specific than that but lets see how the last two games pan out.
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