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Re: SHEENS OUT
Post Wed May 23, 2018 9:41 pm
Posted by rover 2000 on Wed May 23, 2018 9:41 pm
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Mr. Zucchini Head wrote:
Yes, maybe it was a bit much.

On second thoughts, bin Sheens and sign Agar. You know you want to.
the thread was started by a pretend kr supporter, one of yours,but I must admit mr zucchini you seem to know your rugby, keep the peg end vomiting,
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Re: SHEENS OUT
Post Wed May 23, 2018 10:43 pm
Posted by Sandro II Terrorista on Wed May 23, 2018 10:43 pm
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Mr. Zucchini Head wrote:
Yes, maybe it was a bit much.

On second thoughts, bin Sheens and sign Agar. You know you want to.


He was taking the shizzle, you ultimate dunce.

All that effort, from your post, we laughed until we knocked on a little bit more.

We know we're awful, we don't need endless Uber Pillock's to point it out to us.

Did you score the the points?

Did it make you all feel bigger!
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Re: SHEENS OUT
Post Wed May 23, 2018 10:51 pm
Posted by Sandro II Terrorista on Wed May 23, 2018 10:51 pm
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His Bobness wrote:
Hull FC have been much improved in the past 2/3 years but I'd say the foundations were laid before this, during the 'Radford Out' period.

Had Adam Pearson listened to the mob and started from scratch all over, I do believe Hull would have tasted the middle 8's and the instability they bring. After all, Hull had been no strangers to 10th &11th positions previously.

The rise in Hull's fortunes happens to have coincided with a downturn in ours. Well done to Hull I respect them for what they have achieved and to their fans who were quality in their reaction to the passing of Roger Millward.

Rovers are building and making good decisions for the future just like Hull during the 'Radford Out' period. Luckily for Hull they were able to ride out the storm whilst benefiting from the backstop of the no relegation licensing system.

I'm only really interested in us though and we are very lucky to have Tim Sheens. If he were showing signs of age and a lack of energy I would be concerned but he really, really isn't. Looking at his decisions I find some to disagree with but over a season a coach will have to make a million decisions.

Tim Sheens is in the very early stages of his task to make Rovers an established Super League team. He started in year minus one having to get us promoted first. How wonderful if we could see into the future and look back on what he achieved, rather than having to speculate on what might be.

I have said this before but it is worth repeating. Spend 10 minutes in the company of Tim Sheens and any doubts you have about him will disappear.


Fully outed and finally hung by your own petard.

This is on a par with your awful "Kisser" magazine work.

Your choice.
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Re: SHEENS OUT
Post Thu May 24, 2018 1:47 am
Posted by Mr. Zucchini Head on Thu May 24, 2018 1:47 am
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Sandro II Terrorista wrote:
He was taking the shizzle, you ultimate dunce.

All that effort, from your post, we laughed until we knocked on a little bit more.

We know we're awful, we don't need endless Uber Pillock's to point it out to us.

Did you score the the points?

Did it make you all feel bigger!


Yes I know he was taking the p***, what about it?

I don't really care if you get relegated or not, but I also aren't one for taking joy from seeing you struggle. I never got that excited about derbys anyway, and after a decade of derby overkill it really is just another game now. I would swap that win on Sunday for us to beat Warrington this week since that would be more useful for our season. I am a rugby league supporter and like to discuss all topics about all teams and post on all forums here. Anyone calling for Sheens out is clueless. I could have come here and put something like, Sheens is a decent coach but you can't polish a turd. Instead I thought I would give a proper opinion and maybe get some discussion. You know, like a forum? Effort? It took 10 minutes if that.

I will remember to ask your permission next time though.
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Post Thu May 24, 2018 7:50 am
Posted by Someday on Thu May 24, 2018 7:50 am
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Mr. Zucchini Head wrote:
Yes I know he was taking the p***, what about it?

I don't really care if you get relegated or not, but I also aren't one for taking joy from seeing you struggle. I never got that excited about derbys anyway, and after a decade of derby overkill it really is just another game now. I would swap that win on Sunday for us to beat Warrington this week since that would be more useful for our season. I am a rugby league supporter and like to discuss all topics about all teams and post on all forums here. Anyone calling for Sheens out is clueless. I could have come here and put something like, Sheens is a decent coach but you can't polish a turd. Instead I thought I would give a proper opinion and maybe get some discussion. You know, like a forum? Effort? It took 10 minutes if that.

I will remember to ask your permission next time though.

I like what you said it is all true yes it would be a big mistake to get rid of Tim sheens and take no notice of the goose he just like winding people up
Re: SHEENS OUT
Post Thu May 24, 2018 10:10 am
Posted by Trinity18 on Thu May 24, 2018 10:10 am
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As much as it seems this guy is just looking for a reaction, Sheens definitely has a task on his hands!
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Re: SHEENS OUT
Post Thu May 24, 2018 11:47 am
Posted by rover 2000 on Thu May 24, 2018 11:47 am
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the club is in a far healthier state than it was before sheens took over,remember we are a small/medium sized club competing in the top league, it all takes time and with some very promising youngsters in our camp albeit injured he must be allowed to continue the progress,with a bit of luck which we haven't had im sure he can establish us in the top 8
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Re: SHEENS OUT
Post Fri May 25, 2018 10:54 am
Posted by Mild Rover on Fri May 25, 2018 10:54 am
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Mr. Zucchini Head wrote:
I have seen comments about him identifying lack of size as an issue but not rectifying it for example. Who are all these top class big men queuing up to sign for Rovers?


I agree with most of your post, however I think you exaggerate our expectations here. I agree that top class big men would be a stretch - but we'd seriously benefit from even adding some bigger/more powerful/more aggressive mediocrities at the moment. For a few years now, even in the Championship at the start of each half, our pack has ranged between 'just about holding its own' to 'getting smashed'. I really do struggle to understand why we've repeatedly failed to address it. James Webster's quotes saying we'd be going mobile again in 2018 was one of the most dispiriting Rovers-related things I can remember reading. That it wasn't Sheens making those comments and that he's previously and since made comments about our lack of size makes me wonder a little.

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Sheens is a good coach, and if you stick with him he will improve your club. It's a tough patch at the moment, but you have to stick at it. I thought some of you might have learned from the last coach you binned mid season that the grass most definitely isn't always greener.


I don't want Sheens out at all. However, the issue wasn't parting company with Chester - it was replacing him with an interim head coach, giving that interim head coach little to no authority and assuming we'd be okay and could safely focus on the longer-term. I don't think anybody is suggesting we walk that path again!
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Post Fri May 25, 2018 3:30 pm
Posted by Gallanteer on Fri May 25, 2018 3:30 pm
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Mild Rover wrote:
However, the issue wasn't parting company with Chester - it was replacing him with an interim head coach, giving that interim head coach little to no authority and assuming we'd be okay and could safely focus on the longer-term. I don't think anybody is suggesting we walk that path again!


Nope, the real mistake was putting Sandercock in charge of a team that had only a couple of seasons before managed to get into the top four and then let him take the squad apart. That is a gamble we are still paying for. Kris Keating anyone?
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Re: SHEENS OUT
Post Fri May 25, 2018 3:39 pm
Posted by EastHullUTR on Fri May 25, 2018 3:39 pm
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