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Re: Salford friendly. Fri Jan 21, 2022 4:23 pm  
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terry silver wrote:
If huddersfield made him available to us i would bite there hand off.

It’s a just a half educated speculator Tez with young Price being their first choice and also having Ashton Golding who’s a decent fullback who’s been given the number 5 shirt.
Maybe JWH Jamaica team mate in Ashton, he was on loan at Bradford last year.
More likely me talking tripe :lol: .
Re: Salford friendly. Fri Jan 21, 2022 9:42 pm  
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Your twitter feeds a bit embarrassing. Sounds like it's all the refs fault, with a startling lack of accountability for the Halifax players or praise for salfords
Re: Salford friendly. Sat Jan 22, 2022 12:15 am  
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I thought we played well tonight. The lads looked sharp and were trying to play quick expansive rugby. There was good handling especially when a few passes didn’t go to hand. I thought Salford looked faster and stronger than Wakefield did so to keep them to 32 points was a positive. Even though our Salford friends post is a bit strange the ref did miss or ignore several Salford forward passes, knock on’s etc. quite a few late tackles were far worse than Bobbys last week and no sin bins. Very strange. Anyway I feel that the way we are shaping up we will cause problems for other champion teams. I’m really looking forward to this season. Can’t wait for Batley!
Re: Salford friendly. Sat Jan 22, 2022 7:38 am  
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Stanley30 wrote:
Your twitter feeds a bit embarrassing. Sounds like it's all the refs fault, with a startling lack of accountability for the Halifax players or praise for salfords


Get a grip. It's our clubs Twitter feed, updated by a Fax fan. Its bound to be a little bit biased but Ive just read it back and there is nothing that warrants your post caling it embarassing.

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Re: Salford friendly. Sat Jan 22, 2022 7:43 am  
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Faxlore wrote:
I thought we played well tonight. The lads looked sharp and were trying to play quick expansive rugby. There was good handling especially when a few passes didn’t go to hand. I thought Salford looked faster and stronger than Wakefield did so to keep them to 32 points was a positive. Even though our Salford friends post is a bit strange the ref did miss or ignore several Salford forward passes, knock on’s etc. quite a few late tackles were far worse than Bobbys last week and no sin bins. Very strange. Anyway I feel that the way we are shaping up we will cause problems for other champion teams. I’m really looking forward to this season. Can’t wait for Batley!


Sounds like we played some really good rugby from the people I talked to. Defense may be a little bit of a worry but Wakey and Salford are setting up for a season playing a completley different pace to what we will be playing so it shouldn't be too much of a concern. One thing I don't understand is bringing Joe Martin back and letting him start the game. To me its shows a lack of confidence in Whitton and is a backwards step in my opinion. Martin is a solid championship player but he isn't the answer for a team that has top 3 ambitions.

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Re: Salford friendly. Sat Jan 22, 2022 7:58 am  
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Greg Florimos Boots wrote:
One thing I don't understand is bringing Joe Martin back and letting him start the game. To me its shows a lack of confidence in Whitton and is a backwards step in my opinion. Martin is a solid championship player but he isn't the answer for a team that has top 3 ambitions.


What's happened to Alex Walker? Thought you were very fortunate to have such a solid full back at this level potentially fall into your lap - I'm sure we would have signed him at Fev if we hadn't already signed Pickersgill - but haven't heard anything about him recently?
Re: Salford friendly. Sat Jan 22, 2022 9:18 am  
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What's happened to Alex Walker? Thought you were very fortunate to have such a solid full back at this level potentially fall into your lap - I'm sure we would have signed him at Fev if we hadn't already signed Pickersgill - but haven't heard anything about him recently?


Grix gave an interview this week basically saying he wanted JWH as is no 1 fullback and he didn’t think it would be fair to have someone of Alex walkers quality deputising for him , he also mentioned money , fax have spent a fair amount of money this off season so I would imagine joe Martin on trial would be a financial decision. We also have several players who can fill in at fullback, I suppose it depends on the severity of JWHs broken thumb and how long he’s out .
Re: Salford friendly. Sat Jan 22, 2022 9:30 am  
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Compliments to Salford’s goal line defence as they repelled several sets on their line and fax just couldn’t find a way through. We had plenty of possession and made some good yards , thought McComb had another excellent game and for me if we’re picking on form should be starting against Batley , he’s always dangerous with ball in hand he makes yards similar to saltenstall when driving it in and is defensively sound . Gwaze made yards and has a good engine and Kavanagh is looking well , Kyle wood is class and I’m sure the combo of him and Keyes is gonna be devastating at times this season. Shame we haven’t seen a clear run for walmsley yet but his time will come , it seems an obvious tactic that Keyes puts the bomb in for him in the corners on the last which im sure reap some benefits at some point , overall a good performance just need to tighten up our defence which as been exposed at times all be it against super league opposition.
Re: Salford friendly. Sat Jan 22, 2022 10:43 am  
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Greg Florimos Boots wrote:
Sounds like we played some really good rugby from the people I talked to. Defense may be a little bit of a worry but Wakey and Salford are setting up for a season playing a completley different pace to what we will be playing so it shouldn't be too much of a concern. One thing I don't understand is bringing Joe Martin back and letting him start the game. To me its shows a lack of confidence in Whitton and is a backwards step in my opinion. Martin is a solid championship player but he isn't the answer for a team that has top 3 ambitions.

JM was certainly a surprise inclusion and immediately thought about Whitton.
On reflection and listening to several of his interviews, apart from his other regular duties SG puts a lot of emphasis on the fullback being a good organiser.
He mentions it a lot whenever he talks about Scott playing there, that they are better organised because of his x number of years experience so maybe he see’s JM as a competent number 1 and being a stronger organiser than say young Whitton at this point in time?
Re: Salford friendly. Sat Jan 22, 2022 4:19 pm  
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I thought that was a big improvement on the wakefield game. Salford came out as you would expect fast and trying to blow us off the park early doors they did score a couple of tries but we hung on in there. And to be honest i thought the final score was harsh on halifax but that can happen. I was surprised to see joe at fullback but to be fair to him i don't think he did much wrong and had a good game. As for liam when he came on in the second half he dealt with sneyds kicks really well and looked sharp when carrying the ball it will be interesting to see what is distribution out of hand is like and is reading of the game but he looks promising to me. What i don't understand is the reasons simon as given for taking joe on trail are the same reasons he gave for not signing alex walker who for me is the better player. Anyway on to batley next as somebody as already said zak Macomb was very good again last night starting on the wing then when worthington went off injured hopefully nothing serious was also very lively at Centre it would be harsh not to pick him next week. It would be good if we get Arundel some early ball because even with poor ball he looks a handful. And will brandon be fit to play him starting and wood coming off the bench looks pretty handy to me.
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