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Re: Team for Salford Tue Jun 11, 2019 7:01 pm  

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Hampshire - Max Jowitt
Hirst- Yusuf Aydin
Randell - Ben Reynolds
Crowther -Titus Gwaze

Due to injuries I'd be left with no option other than to leave the next three in

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So you want to play a guy with a broken hand at full back?
A prop who has never played super league at 13
A half back at hooker
And a young prop who I think is still actually competing his studies at college.

Sure. You're not trolling at all.
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Re: Team for Salford Tue Jun 11, 2019 7:28 pm  

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Max has a fractured hand.
his injury hasn't reached his press headlines yet
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Re: Team for Salford Tue Jun 11, 2019 7:31 pm  
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TheDreadnought wrote:
go down and watch an academy game as there’s a lot to Gwaze that you won’t know after simply googling him.

I suggest you go and watch a few academy games as he hasn't played in one this season, he's been out on loan, he is sa totally different kind of player to Jordy and offers no where near the work rate in defence, and can only run in a straight line as most props do, you do know Jordy is a 2nd rower/loose forward don't you?
Seems you don't watch many games :CRAZY:
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Re: Team for Salford Tue Jun 11, 2019 7:49 pm  

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financialtimes wrote:
I suggest you go and watch a few academy games as he hasn't played in one this season, he's been out on loan, he is sa totally different kind of player to Jordy and offers no where near the work rate in defence, and can only run in a straight line as most props do, you do know Jordy is a 2nd rower/loose forward don't you?
Seems you don't watch many games :CRAZY:

Don’t let them draw you FT, I don’t :lol:
Re: Team for Salford Tue Jun 11, 2019 8:57 pm  

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All I’m hoping for whoever gets the nod at Salford is they have a dig and gets stuck in ,can’t ask for anymore realistically with the players we have on the sidelines.Salford will be targeting this game and hopefully our back room staff will get the players motivated and psyched up for this one .
Re: Team for Salford Tue Jun 11, 2019 10:35 pm  

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Gwaze is never going to be SL level
Aydin needs time to develop yet, putting him in now would crucify him

Hooley needs to kick on from Championship level, he’s stagnated a little in the last 12 months.
Re: Team for Salford Wed Jun 12, 2019 9:04 am  

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The Avenger wrote:
Gwaze is never going to be SL level
Aydin needs time to develop yet, putting him in now would crucify him

Hooley needs to kick on from Championship level, he’s stagnated a little in the last 12 months.

Bit early to be be writing Gwaze off yet. He’s been going alright at Oldham by all accounts and we’ve just given him another years contract. I’d like to see him step up and have a year in the championship to see how he handles it before casting him aside. It’s a big 12 months for him.
Re: Team for Salford Wed Jun 12, 2019 9:09 am  

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Willzay wrote:
Our form + Salford’s form + our record at the AJ = :|

Not sure about Salfords form, they’ve lost their last four games. Chuck in a couple of injuries they’ve got and i reckon we’ve a decent chance.
Re: Team for Salford Wed Jun 12, 2019 9:20 am  

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Leaving aside the trolling suggestions of ridiculous replacements - that's far from a terrible squad on paper; but as we're painfully aware, on paper means absolutely nothing.

Salford are a weird side - they can play some scintillating rugby that is very difficult to defend; and they have, perversely, one of the best hb pairings in SL to set those plays up. Conversely, they can also be crap, which we have to hope for.

Two sides with the ability to deliver rocks and diamonds; it could either be a cracking game of nip and tuck - or utter dross.
Re: Team for Salford Wed Jun 12, 2019 9:23 am  

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Sacred Cow wrote:
Bit early to be be writing Gwaze off yet. He’s been going alright at Oldham by all accounts and we’ve just given him another years contract. I’d like to see him step up and have a year in the championship to see how he handles it before casting him aside. It’s a big 12 months for him.


I dont think anyone is writing him off.
This was all in response to a certain poster writing off half of the current side and wanting to replace them with just about anyone, regardless of their ability to play in the positions that suited that particular poster's agenda.
All youngsters develop at differing speeds and some dont make the grade but, that's a whole different subject to wanting to replace 4/5 first team regulars with untried youngsters (Reynolds apart) although our "friend" wanted him to play #9.
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