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Luke Thompson to Canterbury with immediate effect is all over Twitter, apparently.

Stevie Ward to TWP looks a done deal too.
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Charlie Sheen wrote:
Luke Thompson to Canterbury with immediate effect is all over Twitter, apparently.

Stevie Ward to TWP looks a done deal too.


Guessing Thompson isn't too keen on winning silverware then.

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Or not playing for another 2 months.
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Maybe a spell in prison would do Graham good.

At least he'd lose his virginity.

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The commentators on the Canterbury game at the weekend were fairly adamant that Thompson would be signing this week. This could really de-rail Saints' season. Not that i think they were doing particularly well anyway. They have to keep Roby and Walmsley fit now. Not easy. Their young players they have brought through aren't up to the standard of a top side and won't be either except Matty Lees. All they need now is Niquama to leave and they are back to sqaure 1. Most teams have 10 year cycles (the top sides) 10 years of mediocrity followed by 10 years of success. Saints seem to have 9 years of mediocrity and 1 year of success.

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Pie_Eyter wrote:
The commentators on the Canterbury game at the weekend were fairly adamant that Thompson would be signing this week. This could really de-rail Saints' season. Not that i think they were doing particularly well anyway. They have to keep Roby and Walmsley fit now. Not easy. Their young players they have brought through aren't up to the standard of a top side and won't be either except Matty Lees. All they need now is Niquama to leave and they are back to sqaure 1. Most teams have 10 year cycles (the top sides) 10 years of mediocrity followed by 10 years of success. Saints seem to have 9 years of mediocrity and 1 year of success.


And that's 1 too many

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When the Saints fans were crowing all over here in 2018 (they actually became slightly more humble last year on the back of the blow ups in 2018) about how they were going to win everything, I said numerous times they should enjoy the success (and they’ve had nowhere near the amount they should have)because time was ticking and it would only be a matter of time before they lost at least 2 or 3 of the four most important parts of that good side. The main man in Holbrook has gone. He was a superb coach and turned the place around (and as a Wiganer he was annoyingly likeable). After him they’ve got a front row which would be as good as anything and better than the vast majority of NRL teams and it’s what their game has been based around. They will lose Thompson soon and Roby isn’t getting any younger. When Walmsley is isolated you can then really target him and all of a sudden guys like Lomax and Fages are nowhere near as effective.
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It was always going to happenm and It just goes to show that being successful ultimately leads to your best players being snapped up by the NRL. It's happened to us so many times and I guess that's the price we've had to pay for our success.

Shame it happens though.
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Cassidy on Morley.

Morley on Robbie McCormack earlier in same game
All the good music has already been written by people with wigs and stuff.

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The Whiffy Kipper wrote:
Morley on Robbie McCormack earlier in same game


Not quite the same was it , but there again you know that

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Charlie Sheen wrote:
Can anyone give an example of a worse piece of foul play than Flower's attack on Lance? Sure, the game was more consistently violent than it is now, but as an incident in isolation, I can't think of many worse.

He'd probably go to prison if it wasn't done in a game of RL.


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