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Re: George Williams Tue Jun 15, 2021 9:20 am  

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Fantastic Mr Catpiss wrote:
And jukesays i'm wrong to use posts on here as a barometer of current fan satisfaction?


Yip

Just like any other club we have a couple of losses and it's ll Doom & Gloom
Unlike most other clubs who, after a few wins or the signing of a highly paid and usually overseas player get a bit Giddy and start claiming they're the best side ever and get carried away, we're pretty much still full of doom and gloom.

The best we can hope for is that things go quiet. That's usually a sign were winning and all is well

Normal Saturday Sunday after a win - About 20/30 posts picking a few tiny holes in the club

Normal Saturday, Sunday and the rest of the week after a Loss or 2 - About 200/300 posts picking massive holes in the club

Twas always the same at Wigan
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Re: George Williams Tue Jun 15, 2021 9:24 am  

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Jukesays wrote:
Unlike most other clubs who, after a few wins or the signing of a highly paid and usually overseas player get a bit Giddy and start claiming they're the best side ever and get carried away


Who would do that?
Re: George Williams Tue Jun 15, 2021 9:29 am  
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Harsh question, but what reason is there to go?

For regular season games (& it's been like this for a while), it's just a nothing event. The players don't really turn up half the time and we'll get turned over, or struggle Vs teams that, should we meet them in the playoffs, we'll take apart.

People roll their eyes, but I'd love to go back to a 2010 type side. Yes we lost games, but on the whole I knew what I was getting. It would be a commited performance by a side with a good mixture of youth, experience and world-class players. Heck in 2006, one of the worst years for the club, it was better than this as at least it was exciting and not auto pilot.
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Re: George Williams Tue Jun 15, 2021 9:30 am  

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I don’t think directly clashing with England-Scotland in a major tournament will have helped.


Crazy decision imo. I’m a huge football fan as well as the rugby and I’d already arranged to watch the football with a couple of mates. I just didn’t even consider we’d be playing at the same time when I arranged it and with not having a season ticket this season, I decided not to change my plans this late in the day.

I’m a home and away die hard as well and have just been to that Salford game in 15 months but it just highlights that things aren’t straight forward but also we shouldn’t be clashing with that England game when we don’t have to.
Re: George Williams Tue Jun 15, 2021 9:31 am  

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Who would do that?


I thinknits mode a case of who does it most?
Fans Forum 28.08.08 Fan from Haydock

"I've got one word for you Mr Chairman - Penalty Count"

[quote="The Daddy"]I've got one word for you all......Steve Hanley[/quote]

Some Salford fan said to me and I quote "You are by far and away the most Handsome & Knowledgeable Rugby League Fan in England!"

I thanked him and went on my Merry way!

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"The club used you last night and didn't tell the truth."

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Re: George Williams Tue Jun 15, 2021 9:34 am  

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Fantastic Mr Catpiss wrote:
And jukesays i'm wrong to use posts on here as a barometer of current fan satisfaction?


See Sergeant Peppers post above
Fans Forum 28.08.08 Fan from Haydock

"I've got one word for you Mr Chairman - Penalty Count"

[quote="The Daddy"]I've got one word for you all......Steve Hanley[/quote]

Some Salford fan said to me and I quote "You are by far and away the most Handsome & Knowledgeable Rugby League Fan in England!"

I thanked him and went on my Merry way!

RIVERCAVE DWELLER OF THE YEAR 2015!

"The club used you last night and didn't tell the truth."

Officially one of the 119 Mugs used by the club
Re: George Williams Tue Jun 15, 2021 9:34 am  

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My lad, season ticket holder deciding to stay home for that. First home game in fifteen months.....silly boy!
Poor parenting that...... :roll: :wink:
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Re: George Williams Tue Jun 15, 2021 9:37 am  
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Jukesays wrote:
Yip

Just like any other club we have a couple of losses and it's ll Doom & Gloom
Unlike most other clubs who, after a few wins or the signing of a highly paid and usually overseas player get a bit Giddy and start claiming they're the best side ever and get carried away, we're pretty much still full of doom and gloom.

The best we can hope for is that things go quiet. That's usually a sign were winning and all is well

Normal Saturday Sunday after a win - About 20/30 posts picking a few tiny holes in the club

Normal Saturday, Sunday and the rest of the week after a Loss or 2 - About 200/300 posts picking massive holes in the club

Twas always the same at Wigan


That to me, is a good thing. It doesn't always help situations, but it shows the standards we have.

The best we can hope for, isn't that it goes quiet. It's that the club shake things up again. That's what Wigan is all about isn't it?

I don't expect a reply, because I've broken the cardinal rule - thou shalt not question the club.
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Re: George Williams Tue Jun 15, 2021 10:11 am  

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CobraCraig wrote:
I don’t think directly clashing with England-Scotland in a major tournament will have helped.


Playing this fixture at the exact time as England v Scotland smacks of arrogance by either one or both of the clubs or superleague. A lot of Wigan folk, whilst not latics fans, are football fans, and particularly when it comes to international tournaments, and even more particularly when it is a fixture between England and Scotland, where no love is lost between the two countries.
Re: George Williams Tue Jun 15, 2021 10:38 am  

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Bloke on the other site who has a fishery and has in the past come up with good information says that Williams has signed for Warrington.Players got to his fishery regularly and gets all the gossip.
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