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Re: Todays match v Salford : Sun Jul 03, 2022 6:15 pm  
Lord Tony Smith wrote:
The club has gone so far backwards under Fitzpatrick, on and off the field.

There is a serious possibility we could be in the Championship next season, after spending full salary cap.

Time to act Mr Middleton, Mr Moran and Mr Lomax.

See said thread on this very board.
Re: Todays match v Salford : Sun Jul 03, 2022 6:30 pm  
Leeds fan coming in peace.
How on earth Leeds and Warrington can be in the position they`re in beggars belief.
We look to be turning a corner without bringing any one in other than Hardaker.
But that can change next week for sure.
To think Warrington who imo were lucky to win their first game against us when we were down to 11 men and your narrow win against Hull could have gone down as 2 loses and you are in trouble at the bottom.
With the quality of your players you should be nowhere near the bottom 4.
Is it arrogance of some players, jealousy that some are getting more money or poor coaching?
Re: Todays match v Salford : Sun Jul 03, 2022 6:34 pm  
Concentrate on your own shambles
Re: Todays match v Salford : Sun Jul 03, 2022 6:40 pm  
The back end of the first half flattered us in truth. I think we had 4 penalties in a row at one stage which led to our first try. I’m not suggesting we got a leg up from the ref, just they lost all discipline. Without that, it could have been curtains in the first half.

Then, a bright spell while they were down to 12. But, as always, it’s the hope that kills you. We find a way to turn a convincing win into another ‘plucky’ loss.
Re: Todays match v Salford : Sun Jul 03, 2022 6:43 pm  
I can't honestly see us wining another match. I think even Toulouse would even turn us over.
Re: Todays match v Salford : Sun Jul 03, 2022 6:50 pm  
I wonder if we are already past the point of no return when it come to finishing in a very dangerous position. We have some tough games coming up & very little scope to pick up any wins . Never mind they will soon be touting 2023 season tickets.
Re: Todays match v Salford : Sun Jul 03, 2022 7:06 pm  
chapylad wrote:
Leeds fan coming in peace.
How on earth Leeds and Warrington can be in the position they`re in beggars belief.
We look to be turning a corner without bringing any one in other than Hardaker.
But that can change next week for sure.
To think Warrington who imo were lucky to win their first game against us when we were down to 11 men and your narrow win against Hull could have gone down as 2 loses and you are in trouble at the bottom.
With the quality of your players you should be nowhere near the bottom 4.
Is it arrogance of some players, jealousy that some are getting more money or poor coaching?

Hiya mate, just on us then…..we’ve been going downhill from a CEO perspective for 5 years now (see other thread!). I think Powell coming in was a decent idea, he just seems to have come in like a bull in a China shop though and blown everything up completely. Too much too soon. He’ll see the season out, but he’ll be judged VERY early on in the 2023 season that’s for sure.
Re: Todays match v Salford : Sun Jul 03, 2022 7:08 pm  
Next week is a wild card, which could favour us. Being at home isn’t easy at the moment, with the pressure and atmosphere. And being away, obviously the home team are excited to get us and kick us while we’re down.

But next week, we could fly under the radar a bit, I wouldn’t expect a huge crowd for the game before us, and even so, neither of them are “anti-Warrington”, so the crowd could be really sparse and quiet, to let us get on with the job.

But, not confident of beating Catalan at all. Cas could be a tough away day, for obvious reasons, then it’s Hull KR (winnable) and Huddersfield (unlikely but not out of the question) before Wigan away. Tough couple of weeks coming up
Re: Todays match v Salford : Sun Jul 03, 2022 7:13 pm  
Is anyone honestly surprised, the season was gone 7-8 matches ago, if we win happy days if we don't it's no surprise. Nothing we can do, we won't get relegated i honestly believe that. We're not good enough this year across the entire board, we'll be in Super league next year and i'll give Powell 6 games before i start calling for his head. But i am expecting a dramatic change next year for the better.
I'm a massive Powell suporter but i'm even having doubts now.
Re: Todays match v Salford : Sun Jul 03, 2022 7:22 pm  
I was expecting a bit of bounce within the team with the new signings, but my heart sank when I saw the team sheet.

I read the reserves match report and it sounded like Nicholson, Dean and Longstaff had big games so to see the starting halves, plus Davis in the starting 13 was a very negative selection.
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