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Mindless rugby Thu Oct 15, 2020 8:29 pm  

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One of the best wingers in the world reduced to a battering ram.

I’m afraid I now agree with Mopsey, Chester doesn’t have a clue.

You could argue that some of the players don’t but Chesters paid to chuffing give them one.

Every ball slow, every run back into traffic, passes to nobody, lots of individual effort in the tackle but zero organisation.

Nothing just nothing that resemble RL.

There simply is no excuse anymore.

Time to go, for Chester
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Re: Mindless rugby Thu Oct 15, 2020 8:32 pm  

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I know we havent been nilled again but we have created nothing
Re: Mindless rugby Thu Oct 15, 2020 8:38 pm  

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I know we havent been nilled again but we have created nothing


One well taken opportunist try and a break by Batchelor and that’s it in 80 minutes.

I don’t care about Saints, they are nowhere near as good as we made them look.

I’m ashamed and embarrassed, no lack of effort but a total lack of Rugby.

Utter crap.
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Re: Mindless rugby Thu Oct 15, 2020 8:38 pm  

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vastman wrote:
One of the best wingers in the world reduced to a battering ram.

I’m afraid I now agree with Mopsey, Chester doesn’t have a clue.

You could argue that some of the players don’t but Chesters paid to chuffing give them one.

Every ball slow, every run back into traffic, passes to nobody, lots of individual effort in the tackle but zero organisation.

Nothing just nothing that resemble RL.

There simply is no excuse anymore.

Time to go, for Chester


I agree Vasty, I have given Chester the benefit of the doubt for a long time but there are only so many excuses that you can make and other aspects that you can look at to place blame on.... We look clueless in every aspect of the game, it is 100% clear to see, we can blame individual performances until the cows come home but the fact is those players looked fantastic a couple of year ago...
Re: Mindless rugby Thu Oct 15, 2020 8:42 pm  

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homme vaste wrote:
I agree Vasty, I have given Chester the benefit of the doubt for a long time but there are only so many excuses that you can make and other aspects that you can look at to place blame on.... We look clueless in every aspect of the game, it is 100% clear to see, we can blame individual performances until the cows come home but the fact is those players looked fantastic a couple of year ago...


He hasn't coached them to be bad.
Sts were too fast in all areas and we had two fullbacks who want to be half backs playing.
There were some poor performers but we just gave ourselves too much to do.
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Re: Mindless rugby Thu Oct 15, 2020 8:44 pm  

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He hasn't coached them to be bad.
Sts were too fast in all areas and we had two fullbacks who want to be half backs playing.
There were some poor performers but we just gave ourselves too much to do.


Come on PT, I’ve tried to back the bloke but if he’s not coaching them badly then please tell us all who is?
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Re: Mindless rugby Thu Oct 15, 2020 8:44 pm  

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He hasn't coached them to be bad.
Sts were too fast in all areas and we had two fullbacks who want to be half backs playing.
There were some poor performers but we just gave ourselves too much to do.


PT, the team are clueless. Excuse after excuse!

It`s time for a change.
Re: Mindless rugby Thu Oct 15, 2020 8:45 pm  

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PopTart wrote:
He hasn't coached them to be bad.
Sts were too fast in all areas and we had two fullbacks who want to be half backs playing.
There were some poor performers but we just gave ourselves too much to do.
:lol: we gave our selves too much to do no s**t Sherlock
Re: Mindless rugby Thu Oct 15, 2020 8:48 pm  

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It hurts me to say this but if Tom has any aspirations to play more representative rugby he needs to move on ASAP
Re: Mindless rugby Thu Oct 15, 2020 8:50 pm  
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