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Re: Kelepi Tanginoa Tue May 21, 2019 2:38 pm  

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Apparently not. According to the experts on the Cas forum the signing of this lad has caused a lot of senior players to fall out with the club due to the treatment of PP and Horo. Well at least according to some expert called The Firm and a few others. I assume they have put 2 + 2 together after the London defeat.

Say what you like about this forum and it's troll and annoying posters its still way better than living in a closed world where nobody from outside put things straight. At least we get some perspective.

As a matter of record, it could be true but we could all make a wild GUESS on that one and we could all have as good a chance of being right or wrong. I suppose we will see how it works out at Anfield, though frankly I tend to believe that on current form we are just not playing very well regardless.


I know that I'm wrong more than I'm right but, as far as Trinity are concerned, I'll make my own mind up, rather than to make any reference to the nutjob forum.
I understand that we've been after this guy for a while and that JD thinks he's going to be a real signing and that's more than enough for me to be happy on this one.

Chester and co dont seem to have made too many poor signings at all.
We've had a couple of forwards that didn't make it but, just about every signing has been good value, which is commendable.
The days of getting 1 decent player for every 3 signed seem long gone.
Re: Kelepi Tanginoa Tue May 21, 2019 2:41 pm  

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Fishermanscap wrote:
Apparently not. According to the experts on the Cas forum the signing of this lad has caused a lot of senior players to fall out with the club due to the treatment of PP and Horo. Well at least according to some expert called The Firm and a few others. I assume they have put 2 + 2 together after the London defeat.

Say what you like about this forum and it's troll and annoying posters its still way better than living in a closed world where nobody from outside put things straight. At least we get some perspective.

As a matter of record, it could be true but we could all make a wild GUESS on that one and we could all have as good a chance of being right or wrong. I suppose we will see how it works out at Anfield, though frankly I tend to believe that on current form we are just not playing very well regardless.


Well Arona seems fairly happy in their interview together so im not too concerned.

Seen a few articles giving Tanginoa good writes ups, links below, Thurston seems to like him which is good.

https://www.qt.com.au/news/tongan-teen- ... a/1790622/

https://www.nrl.com/news/2018/03/21/sea ... in-taupau/

https://www.couriermail.com.au/sport/nr ... 15b059b1d6
Re: Kelepi Tanginoa Tue May 21, 2019 2:41 pm  

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I doubt very much the players are enamoured with PPs efforts of late, so I don't think they'd "fall out with the club", over that.

RE: Horo, he was retiring anyway and will have been paid off, so again, no need for acrimony.

The club statement for Horo was bland and unflattering, so perhaps any discontent in the camp was caused by him and that's why he's gone quickly.

See what I did here? Easy to start an unfounded rumour isn't it!?

I'm glad to see the club are proactive in getting the squad to be as good as it can possibly be and not waiting til the season's end.

The KT signing (and Mr Benn style arrival), hasn't happened overnight, so well done the club!
Re: Kelepi Tanginoa Tue May 21, 2019 3:07 pm  

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Looking at the whole situation realistically, KT was probably lined up as a signing for next year as a replacement for Horo but we have managed to bring it forward.

Regards PP, CC has gone on record saying he needs a kick up the backside, to get fit and realise his potential. At the same time we need a centre. Hence the swap. Im sure when Tupou/Arundel are back fit, PP will return as will Sau.

Hopefully KT is a hit and PP returns firing on all cylinders.
Re: Kelepi Tanginoa Tue May 21, 2019 3:21 pm  

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wrencat1873 wrote:
I know that I'm wrong more than I'm right but, as far as Trinity are concerned, I'll make my own mind up, rather than to make any reference to the nutjob forum.
I understand that we've been after this guy for a while and that JD thinks he's going to be a real signing and that's more than enough for me to be happy on this one.

Chester and co dont seem to have made too many poor signings at all.
We've had a couple of forwards that didn't make it but, just about every signing has been good value, which is commendable.
The days of getting 1 decent player for every 3 signed seem long gone.


Think you’ve missed my point. I was more pointing out how good it is to have an open forum, I just hung it on your no offence intended. :D
Re: Kelepi Tanginoa Tue May 21, 2019 3:28 pm  

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Fishermanscap wrote:
Apparently not. According to the experts on the Cas forum the signing of this lad has caused a lot of senior players to fall out with the club due to the treatment of PP and Horo. Well at least according to some expert called The Firm and a few others. I assume they have put 2 + 2 together after the London defeat


You've heard of rose tinted glasses. Those on that forum have sh*te tinted glasses when it comes to Wakey
Re: Kelepi Tanginoa Tue May 21, 2019 3:31 pm  

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Fishermanscap wrote:
Think you’ve missed my point. I was more pointing out how good it is to have an open forum, I just hung it on your no offence intended. :D


I agree (about the forum) and although you may not always agree with him, PT does an excellent job of keeping "us" in line.
Some more than others :wink:
Re: Kelepi Tanginoa Tue May 21, 2019 3:48 pm  

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there's always a lot of bitterness on that forum towards Wakey :roll:
Re: Kelepi Tanginoa Tue May 21, 2019 6:15 pm  

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there's always a lot of bitterness on that forum towards Wakey :roll:


Maybe it's because we don't bonk our relatives.
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Re: Kelepi Tanginoa Tue May 21, 2019 6:46 pm  

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