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The Attack
Post Fri Jul 14, 2017 8:51 pm
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Simply not good enough to win us a trophy this year. No threat with the ball, we are so easy to read.
Re: The Attack
Post Fri Jul 14, 2017 8:59 pm
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Been the same for some time though. We look like a side who doesn't see the ball between games and the basic skills are very poor IMO. We have some great attacking players but our attacking structures and ball control are nowhere near good enough
Re: The Attack
Post Fri Jul 14, 2017 9:03 pm
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Apart from Castleford we are in the ball park for points scored this season, for me it's not the problem.

It's the errors and penalties which are doing us and nothing else. Its not unusual for us to defend 3 sets of six on our own tryline multiple times in a game, which I imagine would zap any energy in attack.

The desire is there and the effort so I don't see it as a crisis but I agree the league has probably gone now.
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Re: The Attack
Post Fri Jul 14, 2017 9:17 pm
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Anything to do with Horne going?
Re: The Attack
Post Fri Jul 14, 2017 9:18 pm
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pmarrow wrote:
Apart from Castleford we are in the ball park for points scored this season, for me it's not the problem.

It's the errors and penalties which are doing us and nothing else. Its not unusual for us to defend 3 sets of six on our own tryline multiple times in a game, which I imagine would zap any energy in attack.

The desire is there and the effort so I don't see it as a crisis but I agree the league has probably gone now.



7th for tries scored so some way behind the best attacking sides in the league
Re: The Attack
Post Fri Jul 14, 2017 9:18 pm
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What has really changed from last season?
Just not good enough at the moment!
Confidence seems low , discipline poor, retention terrible.
At a loss really !!
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Re: The Attack
Post Fri Jul 14, 2017 9:45 pm
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30% completion 1st half
52% completion 2nd half..

Shocking....

If we carry on in this vein, players will be burnt out through needless
defence..

I see Sneyd is copping flak, Is he the only player dropping the ball?
Re: The Attack
Post Fri Jul 14, 2017 9:50 pm
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it may be simple but we hold the ball we might start winning,
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Re: The Attack
Post Fri Jul 14, 2017 11:31 pm
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weaver93 wrote:
30% completion 1st half
52% completion 2nd half..

Shocking....

If we carry on in this vein, players will be burnt out through needless
defence..

I see Sneyd is copping flak, Is he the only player dropping the ball?


No but when he has ball in hand he is doing very little with it apart from a kick on the last tackle.
Should not have been brought straight back in when Kelly/Connor combo was playing well.
If Kelly is fit and Connor available i think Snyed will miss out next week.
Re: The Attack
Post Sat Jul 15, 2017 10:11 am
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bonaire wrote:
No but when he has ball in hand he is doing very little with it apart from a kick on the last tackle.
Should not have been brought straight back in when Kelly/Connor combo was playing well.
If Kelly is fit and Connor available i think Snyed will miss out next week.

Sneyd will play if fit. Tried to poke his head through the line a few times last night, like the keyboard warriors told him to, last week, and got clobberd heavily once. They're just lulling everyone else into a false sense of security.
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