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Re: RD 17 | Hull FC (A) Sat Jul 02, 2022 5:48 pm  
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The Magic Rat wrote:
Some great attack today, loads of invention with the ball. Noticable how often Sezer and Austin doubled up on the same side of the field with Myler, it caused Hull loads if problems.
Admittedly Hull were under strength but we were superb


Agree, quite a few times they moved very late behind the play the ball. We asked loads of questions today.
Need to bear in mind Hull were busted and when young Scott at right centre went off Injured they really struggled on the right side.
They had 4 hookers on at times, 2 at HB, props in second row etc etc.
But still great to see the attacking intent again.
Walters went OK but hard to judge as in last 20 minutes we had so much ball.
Very entertaining stuff to watch today.
Myler playing deep into the line and passing so late creates a load of chances and tries.
Re: RD 17 | Hull FC (A) Sat Jul 02, 2022 6:02 pm  
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Sat Jul 02, 2022 6:02 pm  

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That won't be a barrel of laughs..

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Re: RD 17 | Hull FC (A) Sat Jul 02, 2022 6:03 pm  
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Swoggy Loiner wrote:
I’ll just keep my mouth shut on move on.....

To be fair, I made a valid point at the time, we were awful :lol: 8) :lol: :lol:


We were wobbling a bit.
I don’t think I ever seen a penalty given for not feeding the scrum fast enough
Re: RD 17 | Hull FC (A) Sat Jul 02, 2022 6:51 pm  
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Sir Gregory ParsloeP wrote:
We were wobbling a bit.
I don’t think I ever seen a penalty given for not feeding the scrum fast enough


I’ll hold my hands up and admit when I’m wrong. I was pleasantly surprised with the last half and hour, it was like the shackles had been released and we played some nice stuff in attack. Hull were poor though and way under strength, so can’t read too much into it. Well worth the 28 quid in the end.
Re: RD 17 | Hull FC (A) Sat Jul 02, 2022 7:58 pm  
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As much as I think Hardaker is good at FB especially defensively.
I rate Myler better as an attacking option and his defence isn`t too bad either.
As long as Myler is fit he needs to play FB with Zak taking one of the other centre spots not that Zak likes playing there mind.
Re: RD 17 | Hull FC (A) Sat Jul 02, 2022 10:16 pm  
Re: RD 17 | Hull FC (A)
Sat Jul 02, 2022 10:16 pm  
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Myler certainly has great hands and is very good at timing his play.

I guess this confirms what we know - Smith has already got our attack up to a level not seen in years, and when we don't get mullered up front we look really good. Unfortunately until we get the prop situation sorted we're likely to win and lose big depending on the opponents.
Re: RD 17 | Hull FC (A) Sat Jul 02, 2022 10:43 pm  
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Nice touch from Rohan to mention both Long and JJB early in the press conference. Small touches like that will mean a lot - especially to Long who lets be honest has taken an enormous amount of stick on here (me included).
Re: RD 17 | Hull FC (A) Sun Jul 03, 2022 7:16 am  
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I like what I hear from Smith when he's says he wants his spine players all to work together.Good to see that all 6,7,9 and 13 all played well.
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Re: RD 17 | Hull FC (A) Sun Jul 03, 2022 8:00 am  
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Sun Jul 03, 2022 8:00 am  

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OK, we were awful apart from Satae, but thought you were excellent, particularly in attack, very quick, started off by the best hooker in SL, he got you moving and was aided very well by Myler, Austin and Seizer.

Good move getting rid of Agar and with players coming back I fancy you to finish 5th this season.
Re: RD 17 | Hull FC (A) Sun Jul 03, 2022 8:18 am  
Re: RD 17 | Hull FC (A)
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In another note, we are struggling for backs, do you think Jack Walker might be available on loan?
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