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Re: SL RD 28 | Salford Red Devils (H) Sat Sep 07, 2019 7:01 am  

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Also if you were in doubt who was experienced between Hurrell and Newman, you certainly wouldn’t say Hurrell, so not sure how Newman is picked out for critisism. What other youngsters let us down? It was the rest of bang average ones that let us down, and mainly our pivots.

Completely agree mate ill also add ive defended Sutty often over the years he was pathetic last night palmed off by Hastings & Welham.
Hurrell played like he was armless.
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Re: SL RD 28 | Salford Red Devils (H) Sat Sep 07, 2019 7:06 am  

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Said it all season, Hurrell makes too many stupid, basic errors, in possession, in our own half.

Like Trebor says, without actually naming him, Agars consistently criticised Mylers contributions since he took over, id be shocked if he's still here nxt season.


Its blatantly clear hes not good enough Myler. Hurrell imo yes hes error prone at times but I think we're asking him to do too much at times due to lack of go forward from our wings and props.
Re: SL RD 28 | Salford Red Devils (H) Sat Sep 07, 2019 7:07 am  

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Completely agree mate ill also add ive defended Sutty often over the years he was pathetic last night palmed off by Hastings & Welham.
Hurrell played like he was armless.


That was kids rugby stuff from Sutcliffe. Embarrassing
Re: SL RD 28 | Salford Red Devils (H) Sat Sep 07, 2019 7:12 am  

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Completely agree mate ill also add ive defended Sutty often over the years he was pathetic last night palmed off by Hastings & Welham.
Hurrell played like he was armless.



I just don’t get why Sutcliffe constantly gets picked in the 17. To me he offers nothing.

I feared for our chances last night as soon as I saw our bench.

For what seems a while now Agar has been going with a lightweight bench with only 1 prop but to go with none last night was just crazy.

From what I recall of the only 2 props we had in the 17, didn’t Oledski never came back on after his 1st spell?

Also seemed to continue with the trend of not bringing Lunt back on after his spell and leaving the ‘headless chicken’ out there

His use of subs is certainly baffling at times

And don’t get me started on Myler. I’ve lost patience with him the more the season has gone on.

We definitely need a new 7 for next season and some size/power/aggression in our pack.
Re: SL RD 28 | Salford Red Devils (H) Sat Sep 07, 2019 7:31 am  

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Re: SL RD 28 | Salford Red Devils (H) Sat Sep 07, 2019 7:34 am  

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Its not just the coach though is it, hes not dropping the ball or taking stupid options in good positions

Look at Hull K R everyone’s favourite coach could be steering them to relegation


Surely its the coaches job to practise plays and instill in the players the correct options to take. Why else would you have a coach? Do you think the well coached sides especially in the NRL don't know which options to take - seldom see Melbourne taking the wrong options.
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Re: SL RD 28 | Salford Red Devils (H) Sat Sep 07, 2019 7:56 am  
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I totally get the criticism of Myler, hes not good enough but I repeat what I've said consistently. You can have the best number 7 in the world but if he plays with Brad Dwyer at 9 he has absolutely no chance in hell.
Re: SL RD 28 | Salford Red Devils (H) Sat Sep 07, 2019 8:10 am  

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Hurrell looked appalling again last night.
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Re: SL RD 28 | Salford Red Devils (H) Sat Sep 07, 2019 8:18 am  

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Hurrell looked appalling again last night.

I would have given him the week off. He’s carrying knocks and has been carrying most of our outfield go-forward all season.

Controversially, I’m wondering whether he’d be better utilised one in as a back rower. He gets done for positioning most games. Broadbent is a “proper” centre.
Re: SL RD 28 | Salford Red Devils (H) Sat Sep 07, 2019 8:19 am  

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Surely its the coaches job to practise plays and instill in the players the correct options to take. Why else would you have a coach? Do you think the well coached sides especially in the NRL don't know which options to take - seldom see Melbourne taking the wrong options.


I said not just the coaches fault.
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