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Hardaker Tue Apr 02, 2019 1:37 pm  

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Wasnt it great to see him burn Tomkins?

If Zak has not made the England fullback position his own by the end of the year then Bennett needs sacking. Hes been one of our best performers every week in a struggling team and Lam reckons theres about 30-40% more to come from him.
Re: Hardaker Tue Apr 02, 2019 1:54 pm  

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I'm glad it's turned out for him he's been solid and will only get better Sam never really got near him was great to see
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Re: Hardaker Tue Apr 02, 2019 3:06 pm  

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He’s doing well but we need more try assists from him.
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Re: Hardaker Tue Apr 02, 2019 3:46 pm  

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Getting better with every week and eventually he’ll warrant talk of an England/GB place but not yet. Guys like Ratchford and Widdop will be above him in Bennett’s thoughts currently and you can’t really argue. He’s got a shot though because realistically he’s a better play then Ratchford when both are at their best and Widdop is injured and may miss the rest of the year.
Re: Hardaker Tue Apr 02, 2019 6:11 pm  
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I've been really impressed by how well Zak has performed this season considering how long he was out of the game.
He always looks so assured and composed at the back and it often seems pointless kicking towards him as he handles it all with ease.Although their is still plenty of improvement to come from him with his attacking game,But that will definitely come with more games.

Wigan haven't even seen him at his best yet and that is an exciting prospect for you guys,but IMO if he regains his Rhinos and Tigers peak form then he will be sensational.

Come the GB tour then I would definitely pick Zak as starting full back above Ratchford or Widdop as IMO he is way above anyone in that position.
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Re: Hardaker Tue Apr 02, 2019 6:20 pm  

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I'm going to be controversial and say yes he's solid under the high ball, but I've not been that impressed or excited by him so far to be honest. He is definitely improving, but I still don't like him much to be honest. I'd still take Sam back.
Re: Hardaker Tue Apr 02, 2019 6:57 pm  

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The same sam tomkins who was left on his backside by Zak,I'm of the opinion that no matter what he does people wont take to him,rather Zak than the ungrateful tomkins
Re: Hardaker Tue Apr 02, 2019 7:12 pm  

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The same sam tomkins who was left on his backside by Zak,I'm of the opinion that no matter what he does people wont take to him,rather Zak than the ungrateful tomkins


Yes that one. Just because Zak ran round him on this occasion for the try doesn't make a difference.
Sam offers way more in attack and links into the line better.

But you're right, I don't like Zak and didnt want him at the club tom begin with.
Re: Hardaker Tue Apr 02, 2019 7:54 pm  

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Yes that one. Just because Zak ran round him on this occasion for the try doesn't make a difference.
Sam offers way more in attack and links into the line better.

But you're right, I don't like Zak and didnt want him at the club tom begin with.

Yet you probably didn't mind Hanley playing for despite a 2 year absence in his Bradford career due to him being in one of her majesties hotels
Re: Hardaker Tue Apr 02, 2019 9:19 pm  

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Yet you probably didn't mind Hanley playing for despite a 2 year absence in his Bradford career due to him being in one of her majesties hotels


I'm a young one at only 27, never got the chance to see him play for us so don't really have an opinion on the matter.
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