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Re: Warrington away : Fri Jun 24, 2022 10:05 pm  
Armavinit wrote:
Is there something wrong with that


I watched the game in a pair of fishnets.
Re: Warrington away : Fri Jun 24, 2022 10:09 pm  
the cal train wrote:
Think that game genuinely embarrassed the game as an elite sport. Both teams absolutely rank. Get rid of Brett and Purtill asap.


Kind of agree with this, undoubtedly we have a rake of influential players missing, but once more under BH there is almost no creative, but you have to balance this with a Wire team who are in the midst of internal problems, players being replaced, off loaded left right and centre, and against a Warrington team who were very much there to be taken, they managed to beat us, and I believe we are the only team they would have beaten tonight.

Our pack continues to lay solid foundations, but it has been well documented without Connor, we are bereft of any brains whatsoever, the effort and improved defence is a minimal requirement for me, and the next step up, confidence, arrogance, style and class, unfortunately will not happen with the present coaching custodians of our club, and I for one would not endorse any future signings after the last haphazard attempts.

The most money ever paid to a Hull rugby league player, Josh Reynolds, jeez get real Hull and AP who endorsed this bit of business.

The actual format of our game has become so stale now, apart from a breath of fresh air from clever investment in dynamic players from the Wigan club, and the perpetually good Saints side, the rest, ourselves very much included, are also rans.
Re: Warrington away : Fri Jun 24, 2022 10:12 pm  
His Bobness wrote:
It was a very boring game but both teams were tough and Hull defended well throughout. I just think that Hull have based their game on the attacking threat of Connor and without him there is not much other than than grunt.

TBF I don't think many teams would have scored a lot against Hull tonight but equally not many teams would have conceded much either. Hull were toothless but did finally find some urgency in the last few minutes. It was too little too late and seeing as though Wire had a good try chalked off for a non existent forward pass the result was fair.

After the derby game Mrs B said that things can change quickly and she was right. Hull went on a good run albeit with a string of home games and Rovers went into a slump. Now the tide is turning again and I think Rovers will win at Newcastle.

Looking at the bigger picture this is the last season for the foreseeable future of Hull out spending Rovers and with the economic picture so much brighter for Rovers than Hull, inevitably the next few years will be difficult for you lot.


And you were doing so well with the first 2 paragraphs until your premature ejaculation problems kicked in again with the last 2. :lol:
Re: Warrington away : Fri Jun 24, 2022 10:13 pm  
mwindass wrote:
Just for some context, most on here had us either just sneaking the play offs this season with our current squad.

We've had Connor, Carlos, Griffin, Reynolds, Savelio, Cator all probably in the 17 at the start of the season missing today.

Chuck in Gale and Swift going off after 20 mins. Is it any wonder we struggled tonight.

Reality is we're a mid table team.

Should we have been better with ball in hand? 100%

But take out 2 starting pivots out of any team, then another 20 mins into the match and they'd all struggle.


I did indeed have us just sneaking into the playoffs but there is a big difference between ending the season well and having a chance or just limping in because several other teams are equally incompetent
Re: Warrington away : Fri Jun 24, 2022 10:16 pm  
im not too down tonight.if you are away to any sl club and do not concede a try,it shows commitement and thats all you ask for.unfortunatly our back division is way to slow,add the fact that connor and carlos are out and we have binned reynolds,its sad but predictable.at the end of the day,the 2 halfs have been a disaster.but for connors creativity we would be well down the table.
Re: Warrington away : Fri Jun 24, 2022 10:20 pm  
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mwindass wrote:
Just for some context, most on here had us either just sneaking the play offs this season with our current squad.

We've had Connor, Carlos, Griffin, Reynolds, Savelio, Cator all probably in the 17 at the start of the season missing today.

Chuck in Gale and Swift going off after 20 mins. Is it any wonder we struggled tonight.

Reality is we're a mid table team.

Should we have been better with ball in hand? 100%

But take out 2 starting pivots out of any team, then another 20 mins into the match and they'd all struggle.
Re: Warrington away : Fri Jun 24, 2022 10:21 pm  
i still think the grand final concept is a joke.the last 2 seasons both hull and rovers finished 6th out of a league of 12.2 average teams.win 3 games and call youself champions.totally ridiculous.it takes 4 games to win the cup.
Re: Warrington away : Fri Jun 24, 2022 10:42 pm  
WIZEB wrote:
And you were doing so well with the first 2 paragraphs until your premature ejaculation problems kicked in again with the last 2. :lol:

He's made 3 posts since February. All involving me. :lol: :lol:
Re: Warrington away : Fri Jun 24, 2022 11:15 pm  
Mrs Barista wrote:
He's made 3 posts since February. All involving me. :lol: :lol:


:shock: :shock:
Re: Warrington away : Fri Jun 24, 2022 11:21 pm  
absolute utter garbage - 6 knock ons in the first 35 mins
The last 4 mins of the game we had 4 sets and best chance was Brown on a drop off pass
Didn’t Agar invent the drop off as the main attacking weapon and Radfud refined it ??

Wire were and are garbage and had lost 5 on the spin conceding 32 points a match - we score 0

I asked if Wakefield was a MUST win and of course many said No - then you ask yourself was Wire a must win and many aren’t that keen to say YES

That’s the Brett Hodgson theory - effort more important than a win
The problem is you run out of effort after losing a few matches

I follow NFL as closely as RL and I’m telling you every single match is a MUST WIN because in professional sport it is !!!!

so if Wakey and Wire weren’t must wins then 10% of our season is not a Must Win ?
is that what we are all saying ?

it’s all about winning and has never been about anything else - WIN at all costs , whatever it takes

I emailed AP after the Rovers game and urged him to move BH on
I don’t think AP has the cash to move him on
BUT he should
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