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NickyKiss wrote:
I don’t think we did anything earth shattering we wouldn’t have done under Wane last night. In fact I thought our attack really struggled for cohesion at times but our sheer will to win got us home comfortably.

Lam has done brilliantly well to turn things around and to do that with so much pressure on his shoulders has been a great effort but I don’t think he’s reinvented the wheel. It was as ‘Wigan’ a performance as we’ve seen in these crunch games over the years.

I think we’ll see more open play and changes next year.


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Post Fri Sep 13, 2019 7:46 am
Posted by hengirl on Fri Sep 13, 2019 7:46 am
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NickyKiss wrote:
I don’t think we did anything earth shattering we wouldn’t have done under Wane last night. In fact I thought our attack really struggled for cohesion at times but our sheer will to win got us home comfortably.

Lam has done brilliantly well to turn things around and to do that with so much pressure on his shoulders has been a great effort but I don’t think he’s reinvented the wheel. It was as ‘Wigan’ a performance as we’ve seen in these crunch games over the years.

I think we’ll see more open play and changes next year.

I agree I think the best signing the club made was bringing Matty Peet back the pressure lifted off Lam and it’s shown with the performance of the team in the last few weeks.
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