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Marquee my arris Fri Oct 09, 2020 8:39 pm  
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Widdop do one your stealing money...bone idle
Re: Marquee my arris Fri Oct 09, 2020 8:42 pm  
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Becoming something of a liability as well, defensively weak and puts his teammates under pressure with some pretty dumb play for an experienced player.
Re: Marquee my arris Fri Oct 09, 2020 8:50 pm  

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Erm surely Austin is more deserving of the criticism tonight?? He was absolutely woeful and would be dropped if Price had any knackers. King and Currie need to get back to second row, much more dangerous with those two there. Ratchford was excellent.
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Re: Marquee my arris Fri Oct 09, 2020 8:51 pm  

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Rubbish to blame Widdop. Austin decided not to play after getting smashed by Partington. Widdop was trying to be creative to make something happen although not successfully. We will probably go on a losing run now but can't blame Widdop for losing that game. On marquee players Ratch should be one of ours.
Re: Marquee my arris Fri Oct 09, 2020 8:52 pm  

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Can add Austin to that too, petulant, predictable rubbish from him again tonight.
Re: Marquee my arris Fri Oct 09, 2020 8:58 pm  
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morrisseyisawire wrote:
Becoming something of a liability as well, defensively weak and puts his teammates under pressure with some pretty dumb play for an experienced player.

I thought he was pretty solid in defence tonight. Widdop had a go tonight, Austin on the other hand went hiding.
Re: Marquee my arris Fri Oct 09, 2020 9:00 pm  
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Widdop/Austin both as bad as each other tonight, the partnership isn’t working, time for a change. However, that’s unlikely to happen isn’t it?
Re: Marquee my arris Fri Oct 09, 2020 9:13 pm  

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Ratchford got the ball in broken play and if he wasn't sure what was on ran direct at them to gain bonus yardage, widdop and Austin get the ball it's a hop and a skip and a total lack of ideas. Ratchford had the immediate instinct to do what will hurt the opposition but Austin and widdop didn't tonight. Gelling and King were the same, asked a lot more questions of wigan than our halves did. The last tackle plays for field position just stank.
Re: Marquee my arris Fri Oct 09, 2020 9:20 pm  

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Paid out double marquee money and got a couple of cheap tents from GoOutdoors
Fat blokes in the mud, flat caps, bogs that drain pi55 directly onto your boots - Now it's all 'Big Ask', 'Arm Wrestle', 'Collision' 'Contact' 'Facials' 'Upper Body Strength' 'Big Units' 'Scooting from Dummy Half' 'Energy Levels' 'Laying the Platform' ‘Middles’ and 'T-R-Y'. Let’s not forget resilience.
Re: Marquee my arris Fri Oct 09, 2020 9:25 pm  

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Austin was the weak link tonight...once he got hit he didn't really want to know... his defence was terrible and Wigan targeted him. Our attack is toothless at times.
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