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Post Tue Dec 19, 2017 12:02 pm
Posted by Aboveusonlypie on Tue Dec 19, 2017 12:02 pm
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It's funny how when the squad was regularly overhauled and we hadn't won anything for a while, fans would yearn for a time when there was stability in the playing and coaching staff. We've had one bad season in ten years. We've also had horrific injury problems to overcome in the last two, which we did in 2016 but not really last year.

Save your judgement until we've had a decent run of luck with injuries. Maybe the fact that certain players are having their first proper preseason of their entire careers may help, who knows.

Okay, we have no big name signings to look forward to watching, but if we can get close to a fit first team on the pitch we will be fine. The squads of Hull and Castleford have hardly been tested yet. It would be interesting to see if they could cope as we have. We won in 2016 and came sixth last year. Leeds and Wire were bottom four with similar problems.

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Post Tue Dec 19, 2017 10:20 pm
Posted by hengirl on Tue Dec 19, 2017 10:20 pm
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Aboveusonlypie wrote:
It's funny how when the squad was regularly overhauled and we hadn't won anything for a while, fans would yearn for a time when there was stability in the playing and coaching staff. We've had one bad season in ten years. We've also had horrific injury problems to overcome in the last two, which we did in 2016 but not really last year.

Save your judgement until we've had a decent run of luck with injuries. Maybe the fact that certain players are having their first proper preseason of their entire careers may help, who knows.

Okay, we have no big name signings to look forward to watching, but if we can get close to a fit first team on the pitch we will be fine. The squads of Hull and Castleford have hardly been tested yet. It would be interesting to see if they could cope as we have. We won in 2016 and came sixth last year. Leeds and Wire were bottom four with similar problems.

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There's stability and there is a squad that is going a little stale,all the best sports squads are turned over regular intervals and to the point of teams being broken up altogether and starting again.

Where Wigan are I suppose is down to your own point of view.
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