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Re: Is tonight bigger than tomorrow? : Fri Jul 29, 2022 11:18 pm  
I remember Wakefield beating us years ago at their place on Sky, John Kear was coaching them he said in the post match interview - a champion team will always beat a team of champions. Can't remember what year it was or who was coaching us at the time but it was a game we were expected to win. I don't think we've moved on much in that regard.
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Re: Is tonight bigger than tomorrow? : Fri Jul 29, 2022 11:41 pm  
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I don't think anyone is?


The arrogance of dismissing Wakefield's effort because of their league position is what I am perceiving to be smugness akin to "ha you don't want that effort, they're below us"


It's that mindset that arguably made Ruiz beat Joshua, made Sheffield beat Wigan and probably made Wakefield beat us 3 times this year.

God help us if we think that way towards Toulouse next week "meh these won't have any effort, they're bottom of the league, feet up lads"
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Re: Is tonight bigger than tomorrow? : Sat Jul 30, 2022 6:11 am  
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The arrogance of dismissing Wakefield's effort because of their league position is what I am perceiving to be smugness akin to "ha you don't want that effort, they're below us"


It's that mindset that arguably made Ruiz beat Joshua, made Sheffield beat Wigan and probably made Wakefield beat us 3 times this year.

God help us if we think that way towards Toulouse next week "meh these won't have any effort, they're bottom of the league, feet up lads"
There was absolutely no smugness in my post. Trying to emulate how Wakefield play seems daft when they sit lower in the league. We have seen out team put in decent displays with as much effort as anyone but only occasionally. Good win for Wakefield but they are 'not all that'
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Re: Is tonight bigger than tomorrow? : Sat Jul 30, 2022 10:11 am  
I didn't say that Wakefield were "all that" - I referenced the effort, desire, etc that they showed last night.

But if people want to read it differently, well there's not much I can do about that.

If we don't show some of what Wakefield showed last night then we are in massive trouble. We cannot afford to drift complacently through the rest of the season thinking that we are better than them so will be fine.

Time to wake up Warrington.....come on Emporer Powell, time to earn your salary.
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Re: Is tonight bigger than tomorrow? : Wed Aug 03, 2022 1:16 pm  
The title of thread is apt if applied to tomorrow, when Hull KR play Toulouse. A win for Rovers would be more important (in my view, as I'm struggling to see past a tonking at Wigan. If Toulouse get the two league points then it would give them momentum going into the very crucial game with us, and it would also increase the pressure on us against Wigan, Toulouse, and for the other four remaining fixtures. Time to dig out the lucky pants, everyone.
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Re: Is tonight bigger than tomorrow? : Wed Aug 03, 2022 1:58 pm  
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The title of thread is apt if applied to tomorrow, when Hull KR play Toulouse. A win for Rovers would be more important (in my view, as I'm struggling to see past a tonking at Wigan. If Toulouse get the two league points then it would give them momentum going into the very crucial game with us, and it would also increase the pressure on us against Wigan, Toulouse, and for the other four remaining fixtures. Time to dig out the lucky pants, everyone.


As long as Toulouse keep losing, and we keep that four point buffer, I can sleep a little easier at night knowing that we’re another week closer to the end of the season.

I’ve liked that in the last few weeks Toulouse and Wakefield have played before us, therefore the pressure to win isn’t as great knowing that a loss wouldn’t change the situation at the bottom of the table. I’d dread to think how the team might react to a Toulouse win tomorrow and how it’ll reflect in their performance on Friday v Wigan.
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Re: Is tonight bigger than tomorrow? : Wed Aug 03, 2022 2:08 pm  
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I’d dread to think how the team might react to a Toulouse win tomorrow


With skill, steely determination, and guts. Stoically redoubling their efforts to ensure the win with style and aplomb :thumb:
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Re: Is tonight bigger than tomorrow? : Wed Aug 03, 2022 2:27 pm  
MorePlaymakersNeeded wrote:
The title of thread is apt if applied to tomorrow, when Hull KR play Toulouse. A win for Rovers would be more important (in my view, as I'm struggling to see past a tonking at Wigan. If Toulouse get the two league points then it would give them momentum going into the very crucial game with us, and it would also increase the pressure on us against Wigan, Toulouse, and for the other four remaining fixtures. Time to dig out the lucky pants, everyone.


What, crikey, you’re not wearing your lucky underpants yet!

Go sniff em out tout de suit and don them ASAP, and don’t bother with the sling test. :D
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Re: Is tonight bigger than tomorrow? : Wed Aug 03, 2022 2:28 pm  
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With skill, steely determination, and guts. Stoically redoubling their efforts to ensure the win with style and aplomb :thumb:

“the team” here being Warrington wolves RLFC, just to clarify.
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Re: Is tonight bigger than tomorrow? : Wed Aug 03, 2022 2:46 pm  
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