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Re: New Head Coach - who's it going to be? Sun Sep 29, 2019 8:53 am  

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Marty Grrrrrrrrrr! wrote:
Jeez Trueman is a sensational young player.

We must simply agree to differ - flat track bully for me
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Re: New Head Coach - who's it going to be? Sun Sep 29, 2019 8:57 am  
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Flat track bully at 20 year old?? Harsh assessment imo
Re: New Head Coach - who's it going to be? Sun Sep 29, 2019 9:33 am  

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Sal Paradise wrote:
I don’t see the Trueman hype - a very one dimensional player that can be easily shut down. Cas got to the top 5 because of the dire standard of most teams in SL I.e. the best of a bad lot


Totally agree. Trueman is average at best. He may develop but right now he only capable of the odd good game. Him and Richardson together could be a total nightmare for CAS next season. Way too inconsistency both of them.
Re: New Head Coach - who's it going to be? Sun Sep 29, 2019 9:41 am  

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Sal Paradise wrote:
We must simply agree to differ - flat track bully for me


Hardly unique in that respect at cas. I'd like to see him progress under a different coach before jumping to that conclusion.
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Re: New Head Coach - who's it going to be? Sun Sep 29, 2019 11:12 am  

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As a 20 year old half I'd say his critics would be seeing a more consistent player truer to his capability, if he was playing alongside a fit and in form Gale.
Re: New Head Coach - who's it going to be? Sun Sep 29, 2019 11:23 am  

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Seth wrote:
As a 20 year old half I'd say his critics would be seeing a more consistent player truer to his capability, if he was playing alongside a fit and in form Gale.

So what do you think will be seen when he is with Richardson?
Re: New Head Coach - who's it going to be? Sun Sep 29, 2019 11:38 am  
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Flat track bully at 20 year old?? Harsh assessment imo

Yep not a flat track bully, got plenty of time to develop, but potential does not always equate to real talent, one great game against a dire Hull side does not make him the world beater some are making out, see where he is at when he is 22-23.
Re: New Head Coach - who's it going to be? Sun Sep 29, 2019 12:23 pm  

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We have a fair number of young players of a similar age and younger who will frustrate sometimes. There is some real good talent coming through across the game at the moment which is great to see - you look at players like Welsby at Saints and he has England FB written all over him already.

Isn’t this thread kinda dead now by the way...?
Re: New Head Coach - who's it going to be? Sun Sep 29, 2019 1:23 pm  
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rollin thunder wrote:
Yep not a flat track bully, got plenty of time to develop, but potential does not always equate to real talent, one great game against a dire Hull side does not make him the world beater some are making out, see where he is at when he is 22-23.

His CV dosnt just consist of one great game against Hull, he's had plenty of good games aswel as a few bad ones, theres a clear middle ground between flat track bully and world beater, at 20 yearold, Truemans at the higher end of that middle ground for me, certainly ahead of the curve of where you'd expect a 20 yearold half to be.

As you say, potential dosnt always equate to real talent, but thats nothing new, it applys to every young player. Hopefully Trueman goes on to fulfill his potential .
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