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Mon Jun 15, 2009 10:08 am  
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AJ wrote:
I was told?


By? come on you can do it!
Mon Jun 15, 2009 10:12 am  

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Last Son of Wigan wrote:
By? come on you can do it!


Why? What does it matter, its a rumour like any other, I believe the person who told me, but what is the point in getting into a keyboard warrior argument about who knows what.

IMO Myler will be a Warrington player next seaon.

Why dont you offer a destination for him? I can only assume you think Hull as S Long will be there also.
Mon Jun 15, 2009 10:16 am  

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AJ wrote:
Why? What does it matter, its a rumour like any other, I believe the person who told me, but what is the point in getting into a keyboard warrior argument about who knows what.

IMO Myler will be a Warrington player next seaon.

Why dont you offer a destination for him? I can only assume you think Hull as S Long will be there also.


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Mon Jun 15, 2009 10:20 am  
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AJ wrote:
Why? What does it matter, its a rumour like any other, I believe the person who told me, but what is the point in getting into a keyboard warrior argument about who knows what.

IMO Myler will be a Warrington player next seaon.

Why dont you offer a destination for him? I can only assume you think Hull as S Long will be there also.


Ooohhh someone doesn't like being asked where they are getting their info from!

Hardly a keyboard warrior, I was simply wondering where you got your info from. Not exactly a argumentative comment.

If you would have said IMO I wouldn't have asked.

P.S The Long comment was very lame, and childish.
Mon Jun 15, 2009 11:10 am  
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What about all the positives he added to the game? Especially in creativity in attack? The very thing which our team lacks.


He was playing behind a dominant pack.
What did you think of his performances against Wigan?

Missing 30% of attempted tackles is not good enough.
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Mon Jun 15, 2009 11:17 am  

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:lol: NSW Origin team for game two:

Kurt Gidley, Jarryd Hayne, Michael Jennings, Jamie Lyon, David Williams, Trent Barrett, Peter Wallace, Brent Kite, Robbie Farah, Michael Weyman, Ben Creagh, Luke O’Donnell, Paul Gallen

Interchange: Craig Wing, Justin Poore, Glenn Stewart, Anthony Watmough

Shadow players: Tom Learoyd-Lars, Joel Monaghan, Josh Morris


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Mon Jun 15, 2009 11:34 am  

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Rogues Gallery wrote:
He was playing behind a dominant pack.
What did you think of his performances against Wigan?

Missing 30% of attempted tackles is not good enough.


When he played against Wigan for Salford his pack weren't dominant like when he played for England, and personally though he did OK against us, and true 30% missed tackles isn't good enough but the guys still young and still learning and he must be doing something right after all he is England's current number 7.
A good comparison for me would be Tim Smith and Myler, both not good in defence yet Myler when I've seen him is far more consistent and doesn't get lost in games unlike a certain Tim Smith, plus the guy seems very mature for his age when playing or being interviewed.

Yes it would be a risk to sign Myler and partner him with Tomkins in fact in an ideal world it would be nice to sign Orford as well, to guide the two youngsters through games for the first two years but sadly that wont happen, we'll find out soon enough Im sure what Lenegan and the new coach have in plan.
Wigan vs Leeds finals aggregate score.

Wigan 178 - 64 Leeds

Wigan wins - 6 Leeds wins - 0


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Mon Jun 15, 2009 11:59 am  

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When he played against Wigan for Salford his pack weren't dominant like when he played for England, and personally though he did OK against us, and true 30% missed tackles isn't good enough but the guys still young and still learning and he must be doing something right after all he is England's current number 7.
A good comparison for me would be Tim Smith and Myler, both not good in defence yet Myler when I've seen him is far more consistent and doesn't get lost in games unlike a certain Tim Smith, plus the guy seems very mature for his age when playing or being interviewed.

Yes it would be a risk to sign Myler and partner him with Tomkins in fact in an ideal world it would be nice to sign Orford as well, to guide the two youngsters through games for the first two years but sadly that wont happen, we'll find out soon enough Im sure what Lenegan and the new coach have in plan.



In a mid season friendly perhaps.

Rob Burrow is Englands current No7
Mon Jun 15, 2009 12:04 pm  

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changa wrote:
:lol: NSW Origin team for game two:
Kurt Gidley, Jarryd Hayne, Michael Jennings, Jamie Lyon, David Williams, Trent Barrett, Peter Wallace, Brent Kite, Robbie Farah, Michael Weyman, Ben Creagh, Luke O’Donnell, Paul Gallen
Interchange: Craig Wing, Justin Poore, Glenn Stewart, Anthony Watmough
Shadow players: Tom Learoyd-Lars, Joel Monaghan, Josh Morris

:lol: barrett :lol:

Have you seen him play this year?
He's dragging the Sharks up almost single handedly... ahh the memories!
Mon Jun 15, 2009 12:13 pm  

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tugglesf78 wrote:
In a mid season friendly perhaps.

Rob Burrow is Englands current No7



Not at this rate, Burrow was poor in the world cup(yes I know everyone else was) and the guys been struck down by a lot of bad injuries, for me stemming from that shoulder charge he received from Watmough in the WCC. Since then when he has come back from injury he's been no where near the form he was for Leeds last year.
If Burrow doesn't recover from injury and a big loss of form then Myler will ware 7 in the four nations, not ideal at all but who else do we have.
Wigan vs Leeds finals aggregate score.

Wigan 178 - 64 Leeds

Wigan wins - 6 Leeds wins - 0


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Don't you struggle. Don't you fight. Don't you worry, cause it's your turn tonight!

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