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Re: Salford away : Sun Jun 26, 2022 11:28 pm  
We got done over by a team who played to there strengths, which ultimately found out our weaknesses. The attacking spine of Brierley, Croft, Sneyd and Ackers run us out wide with speed and excellent running off the ball. I don`t Think Brierley was tackled in the first half and all his gameplan was, to run off the other 3 players drop passes and run in to space out wide and feed their centres, they outnumbered every time. What did confuse me was that we never did any substitutions to try and stop the haemorrhaging of points. Whenever a player dons the Wakey shirt I try to play my part by supporting them, and as long as they try 100% then they will get my support. But I feel that there was at least 6 players did not put the effort in at all ,and it did`nt take long to infect the whole team performance. Fortunately for me I support Wakey and not the individuals , I`ll hopefully still be watching my team long after they`ve gone. For the record I stayed after the whistle with about a 100 other supporters and most of the players looked sheepishly embarrassed, hopefully it may have been a kick up the backside that they need and for some of them to look at themselves in the mirror to see the player thats looking back at them. On to the next game.
Re: Salford away : Mon Jun 27, 2022 12:03 am  
Slugger McBatt wrote:
Watched the highlights and kept an eye specifically on Gaskell for each try. I don't think I've ever seen anyone as obviously out of position. Not a full back in a million years. He was never near the try scorers, ambled around, too slow. On the kick through in the second half, he was at the play the ball, so a kick was obvious, but still made no effort to get back.

It would have helped if Miller had been more concerned about it.

If Willie thinks he is a full-back, he's deluded. But why couldn't he see that during training?

The absolute carthorse on right wing with the turning circle of a large cruise liner was no better.
Re: Salford away : Mon Jun 27, 2022 7:15 am  
Sacred Cow wrote:
The absolute carthorse on right wing with the turning circle of a large cruise liner was no better.

Just come of a cruse ,When leaving port they use two tugs,maybe worth a try
Re: Salford away : Mon Jun 27, 2022 7:22 am  
Eastern Wildcat wrote:
Reading some of the comments from one of our supporters Facebook groups, that they’ve been asked to take a 25% pay cut.

Hope this isn’t true, but shocking if it is.

Out of curiosity, are we still paying Chessie


Same FB group who you quoted regarding the club not having the money for the forthcoming revamp? Thanks for giving us insight into these snippets that seem to give you a little orgasm every now and then. The Chester one? FFS man!
Re: Salford away : Mon Jun 27, 2022 7:41 am  
I can’t only comment on what I read, and I’m not the only poster on here who’s read it.

I so hope it isn’t true, as it could be damaging on the club, but if it is, you can part sympathise with the players for not putting 100% in. Would you, if you’re boss asked you to do that.

It doesn’t take a genius, reading on companies house, that the club are struggling again
Re: Salford away : Mon Jun 27, 2022 8:20 am  
Eastern Wildcat wrote:
I can’t only comment on what I read, and I’m not the only poster on here who’s read it.


Yeah I saw the tittle-tattle on the FB cess-pit.

It's your predictable delight I was highlighting.
Re: Salford away : Mon Jun 27, 2022 8:49 am  
Eastern Wildcat wrote:
I can’t only comment on what I read, and I’m not the only poster on here who’s read it.

I so hope it isn’t true, as it could be damaging on the club, but if it is, you can part sympathise with the players for not putting 100% in. Would you, if you’re boss asked you to do that.

It doesn’t take a genius, reading on companies house, that the club are struggling again

Then why comment at all especially if it's only hearsay as you rightly say it could damage the club, but do you really care?
Re: Salford away : Mon Jun 27, 2022 9:15 am  
That other site on FB you get binned off if you don't go with the negative narrative. Put your view forward you are off pathetic site
Re: Salford away : Mon Jun 27, 2022 9:21 am  
Slugger McBatt wrote:
Watched the highlights and kept an eye specifically on Gaskell for each try. I don't think I've ever seen anyone as obviously out of position. Not a full back in a million years. He was never near the try scorers, ambled around, too slow. On the kick through in the second half, he was at the play the ball, so a kick was obvious, but still made no effort to get back.

It would have helped if Miller had been more concerned about it.

If Willie thinks he is a full-back, he's deluded. But why couldn't he see that during training?


Maybe the problem is that he looks OK in training as we don't have any clue when attacking, so when they're practicing he is defending plays that are simple to read and doesn't need to think/react.
Re: Salford away : Mon Jun 27, 2022 10:50 am  
FOREVERTRIN wrote:
Just watched the tries on Sky after todays tv match.What a shocker!


Braver than me mate - saw them all live and that was bad enough! :lol:
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