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Re: Lets blame Tony!
Post Sat Jun 30, 2012 7:01 pm
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Terrific win for Catalan today.... :WHISTLE:


An even better one for Leeds. :ASS:
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Post Sat Jun 30, 2012 7:54 pm
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Builth Wells Wire wrote:
An even better one for Leeds. :ASS:


:lol: :lol:
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Post Sat Jun 30, 2012 8:52 pm
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I saw this great post from a Salford fan on their board:

I have not in the past been a great fan of Tony Smith.Despite him being very well thought of by Huddersfield people;those at Leeds and those in the GB/England set-up,and I have considered his interviews to be a little
'awkward'.
I now have the utmost respect for him as a genuine man as he made it his business to go to the side of the field at the players tunnel to not only go through a routine handshake but to make a point of seeking out each Salford player,giving a very warm,meaningful handshake,patting each on the back and saying a few words while giving the appearance of 'thanking' the Salford players for effectively giving a display of scintillating rugby league which he greatly admired and was privileged to witness.
For those players young or otherwise,having played internationally or otherwise,it must have been a very rare
moment in their careers,and memorable,when an opposition coach has conducted himself in such a manner.
From a guy with such an experienced and successful coaching career that must mean a huge amount and as it reflects on our coaches who have only been in post for 5 minutes - who have now beaten the longest serving Super league coach,Nathan Brown at Huddersfield,and Tony Smith himself,4 and 3 years respectively,I was delighted for them.

As an incentive to potential investors a greater demonstration could not have been bettered by our coaches and players.


I've always thought that TS despite coming over awkwardly sometimes in interviews is a great example of manners and how to conduct himself, I'd put him up with Frank Endacott and Mike Gregory for personal qualities as a coach
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