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Re: Hodgson : Sun Jun 26, 2022 12:02 pm  
Windy winger wrote:
Exactly, why some want the coach sacking every time we lose a few games I’ll never know . No wonder other clubs laugh at us . When we beat Wigan , most were lauding hodgson . Fickle or what , 3 games later .

And only been here 18 months. I was determined not to post but some mega idiots on here. MEH.
Re: Hodgson : Sun Jun 26, 2022 4:18 pm  
Windy winger wrote:
Exactly, why some want the coach sacking every time we lose a few games I’ll never know . No wonder other clubs laugh at us . When we beat Wigan , most were lauding hodgson . Fickle or what , 3 games later .


Other than Tarquin I'm not sure I've seen anyone calling for him to be sacked yet but then again I might have missed something.

Spinning your point on it's head and playing devil's advocate here.
It's okay we've lost the last 3 games, turned in 3 abject performances and got beaten by 2 teams below us because hey we beat Wigan 4 weeks ago so we can ignore our current poor form.
Does that sum it up right and demonstrate how opinions can be spun.

How can we go from the highs of a Wigan to the lows of a Wakefield, Warrington and Cats (where I'm not sure we even turned up) and people not be vexed or questioning.

It's an entertainment and results business we're in, not a popularity contest.

Brett is a nice guy, I'm not calling for his head but as a paying fan I can comment on his coaching and our teams performance, good bad or indifferent.
Re: Hodgson : Sun Jun 26, 2022 4:35 pm  
O don't think people would mind Hodgson if we had shown progress under him, but I don't think we are any better than under Radford.

Makes the same mistakes and won't drop or rest certain players.

His comment about Hookem not trained in the halfs, you would think with our halfbsck situation he would have done a couple of sessions there eve if the play was to play him hooker.

Fully expect Johnstone to play at 7 against Leeds too.

It isnt just a few games either.

If we don't win either of the next two games that's the play offs gone and that's not good enough with the cap we spend.
Re: Hodgson : Sun Jun 26, 2022 5:00 pm  
Win our next 2 and we be sitting pretty .Getting in the play offs was most people's idea of a good year We are 5th IMO we will get in the 6.Again my opinion that's about where we should be. Hodgson has his flaws but I believe he's putting things into place . We are in a hole ATM but believe we will come out of it. I always try to see a light at the end of the tunnel and after sulking after a loss always back the Lads to bounce back
Re: Hodgson : Sun Jun 26, 2022 5:01 pm  
At least Dobbins showing how it should be done
Re: Hodgson : Sun Jun 26, 2022 5:07 pm  
hull2524 wrote:
Win our next 2 and we be sitting pretty .Getting in the play offs was most people's idea of a good year We are 5th IMO we will get in the 6.Again my opinion that's about where we should be. Hodgson has his flaws but I believe he's putting things into place . We are in a hole ATM but believe we will come out of it. I always try to see a light at the end of the tunnel and after sulking after a loss always back the Lads to bounce back


I hope so, but just can't see where the trys are coming from, since Connor got injured we have scored 8 points.

Unless we can bring a new player in.
Re: Hodgson : Sun Jun 26, 2022 5:22 pm  
Dave K. wrote:
O don't think people would mind Hodgson if we had shown progress under him, but I don't think we are any better than under Radford.

Makes the same mistakes and won't drop or rest certain players.

His comment about Hookem not trained in the halfs, you would think with our halfbsck situation he would have done a couple of sessions there eve if the play was to play him hooker.

Fully expect Johnstone to play at 7 against Leeds too.

It isnt just a few games either.

If we don't win either of the next two games that's the play offs gone and that's not good enough with the cap we spend.


Massive pressure if we lose the next two games but the play offs won't be gone given how tight it is from fifth to eleventh. It was an interesting point that Sky brought up on Friday about remaining games against the top four.

Clearly the issue atm is scoring tries so we urgently need some news re: immediate recruitment and it sounds like we might get some this week.
Re: Hodgson : Sun Jun 26, 2022 5:26 pm  
Great win for Cas today.
Re: Hodgson : Sun Jun 26, 2022 5:28 pm  
ComeOnYouUll wrote:
Massive pressure if we lose the next two games but the play offs won't be gone given how tight it is from fifth to eleventh. It was an interesting point that Sky brought up on Friday about remaining games against the top four.

Clearly the issue atm is scoring tries so we urgently need some news re: immediate recruitment and it sounds like we might get some this week.


Mathematically no, but if we done win either of the next two, like last season confidence with be gone and could see us losing just about every game.
Re: Hodgson : Sun Jun 26, 2022 5:42 pm  
Our return fixtures so far have been against Saints, Wigan, Catalans, Warrington and Wakefield. It's a shame injuries have done for us this year as we're still 5th with a decent run in.
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