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Re: Toulose
Post Mon Jul 17, 2017 7:43 am
Posted by easthull4 on Mon Jul 17, 2017 7:43 am
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I could not believe the team was going through there final,preparation for the game, warm up call it what you will and they are introducing and interviewing the new scrum half asking him where and what does Tim Sheens want him to do when will he be making his debut and all that crap, what on earth would you be thinking if you were Jamie Ellis or one of the other halfbacks, no doubt the kid is a good player and has been brought in to strengthen the team but surely there is a time and place to asking him his thoughts, not before the game any opinions or is it me that's wrong?
Re: Toulose
Post Mon Jul 17, 2017 9:14 am
Posted by mean_machine on Mon Jul 17, 2017 9:14 am
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I do believe we are seeing a slight over reaction here. Let's take some factors in

1) - Mentality - that game meant absolutely nothing to us, and with one eye on middle 8's already complacency will set in.
2) - Team - Add in Carney, Minns, Heffernan, Clark, Atkin/Abdul, Greenwood and match fit Quinlan we are a different beast.
3) - Game - we were pretty comfortable in that game even playing shocking, it's not like we just got schooled and taught lessons. We ultimately switched off, they scored 3 tries from kicks where we weren't switched on enough and pulled the result. Fair play to them, had to go for it. If we play them in the middle 8's, we will put 20 past them minimum as they were pretty poor.

We have seen that we can raise our tempo as well, heard plenty of noise yesterday about other teams raising their game - what about us. We can comfortably play at higher intensity as shown a number of times throughout the season.

Some questions around half backs still definitely, and a plan B, but i know and the team knows we are going to be competitive.
Re: Toulose
Post Mon Jul 17, 2017 9:36 am
Posted by fun time frankie on Mon Jul 17, 2017 9:36 am
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easthull4 wrote:
I could not believe the team was going through there final,preparation for the game, warm up call it what you will and they are introducing and interviewing the new scrum half asking him where and what does Tim Sheens want him to do when will he be making his debut and all that crap, what on earth would you be thinking if you were Jamie Ellis or one of the other halfbacks, no doubt the kid is a good player and has been brought in to strengthen the team but surely there is a time and place to asking him his thoughts, not before the game any opinions or is it me that's wrong?

Jamie Ellis should be thinking I better pull my finger out for once at the end of the day Ellis is on loan this kid has signed for 2 years
einstien said insanity is when a person does the same thing over and over again but expects a different result
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