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Re: Lineham - Grade F Wed Sep 16, 2020 1:20 pm  
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St Helens Wolf wrote:
Pretty much this although I'm not sure whether Daz Clark will be back (Price only referred to the COVID guys returning). If Clark is missing then Walker steps straight in.

Has Robson done enough to displace Davis I wonder?

Why wouldn't Clark be back? His missus had a baby a week ago.
Re: Lineham - Grade F Wed Sep 16, 2020 2:33 pm  
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Lord Tony Smith wrote:
Why wouldn't Clark be back? His missus had a baby a week ago.


No reason that he couldn't play, I'm just going off the phrasing used by Price.
Re: Lineham - Grade F Sat Sep 19, 2020 1:02 pm  
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That's it with Lineham. He's the reality of the 'Do you ever look at someone and wonder what's going on inside their head?' meme. He's so thick that were it not for rugby league forcing personal discipline and strict routine onto him he'd no doubt be in prison or worse.

It's a weird spate of these. Abdul from Hull KR has also been charged with it for grabbing James Bentley against us, although he's only a grade D, so it seems the RFL prefer players to grope from the doggy position, worth noting for players who can't resist in future. In all my years of watching RL I can't really remember many, if any, of these happening. Three in three weeks is just odd, especially given the length of Makinson's ban, you'd think they'd be put off.

It must be frustrating for the Warrington coaching staff as well. It levels up things a bit when the 3/4 should have been a massive advantage for Warrington in the game at the weekend as we've potentially only got Grace left out of the usual 3/4 line.


Where did your expert knowledge of Saints' 3/4 line come from?.
Re: Lineham - Grade F Sat Sep 19, 2020 11:02 pm  

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Saints backs are not as good as Wire. Period
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Re: Lineham - Grade F Mon Sep 21, 2020 1:22 pm  

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Where did your expert knowledge of Saints' 3/4 line come from?.


Makinson was suspended, Percival is broken. He's lasted about 20 minutes on his last two or three returns from injury. I didn't think he'd start the game to be honest and it clearly backfired. Logical step is then to move Naiqama to the wing and then Welsby goes and tops it off by getting injured leaving Knowles and Bentley at centre. Not many teams would cope with that mess too well.
Re: Lineham - Grade F Mon Sep 21, 2020 1:28 pm  

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Saints backs are not as good as Wire. Period


Really? You scraped through a tight game through the flukiest of tries. If Percival stays on Saints win IMO.

For me as individiuals:

Coote = Ratchford
Makinson > Charnley
Grace > Lineham
Percival > King
Naiqama < Gelling (When he's focused)
Lomax > Widdop
Fages < Austin
Re: Lineham - Grade F Mon Sep 21, 2020 2:00 pm  

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Saddened! wrote:
Really? You scraped through a tight game through the flukiest of tries. If Percival stays on Saints win IMO.

For me as individiuals:

Coote = Ratchford
Makinson > Charnley
Grace > Lineham
Percival > King
Naiqama < Gelling (When he's focused)
Lomax > Widdop
Fages < Austin


Are you conveniently forgetting the perfectly good try we had chalked off? Wire went up a gear when needed and saints couldn’t live with it.
Re: Lineham - Grade F Mon Sep 21, 2020 2:27 pm  
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Grace is a speed merchant. Never understood the hype tbh.
Re: Lineham - Grade F Mon Sep 21, 2020 2:45 pm  
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this weekends result is turning out to be even better than the cup (final) win, the mickey boiling over the last 48 hours is on another level.

the revisionist history work on this match is a thing of beauty, the laundry list of things that if they hadn't gone against them, they would have beat us.
Re: Lineham - Grade F Mon Sep 21, 2020 2:54 pm  

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Conveniently forgetting we had a perfectly good try ruled out, daryl clark had a massive sit down and one of our marquees wasnt playing. Last five big games 5-0 to us, more than makes up for those last minute league game victories of theirs.
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