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Re: Tonight’s game v Leeds.
Post Sun Sep 15, 2019 12:41 am
Posted by WireWireWire on Sun Sep 15, 2019 12:41 am
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rubber duckie wrote:
That isn't a finale...
Isn't losing to play an easier run in...actually winning when you win the cup. Collateral damage for the greater cause of not losing a game this season...that really matters.


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Re: Tonight’s game v Leeds.
Post Sun Sep 15, 2019 1:32 am
Posted by rubber duckie on Sun Sep 15, 2019 1:32 am
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Deary me. What a church bell.

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Re: Tonight’s game v Leeds.
Post Sun Sep 15, 2019 1:34 am
Posted by MPhil12 on Sun Sep 15, 2019 1:34 am
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matt_wire wrote:
All those pratts at Redvee can talk about in their playoff thread is how much they want us to lose. Obsessed isn’t the bloody word. Bitter inbred weirdoes.


I’m no Saints fan but the irony on show here is incredible.
Re: Tonight’s game v Leeds.
Post Sun Sep 15, 2019 2:51 am
Posted by MPhil12 on Sun Sep 15, 2019 2:51 am
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DizzyHeights wrote:
About time one of the Warrington guardian journalists calls price out on our super league form and why there’s been no plan b with our attacking plays. Have every faith the club will axe him after next Thursday and I will be mightily proud if they do, ruthless approach needed.


Spot on, Warrington have to be ruthless and not allow the cup win to paper over the huge cracks which have been there for a while now. The reality is that, with the exception of 2 games, you’ve been awful for a good few months now which is more than a bad run and it’s difficult to see how that isn’t going to carry on into next season. It’s those 2 games which have saved Price his job and whilst they did end with a trophy, had you lost one he’d now be one defeat from the sack.

I imagine the cup win must have been incredible for you all but the only downside to it is you’re likely going to have another season of dross to put up with. I hope you do get rid of Price because Warrington are normally one of the few SL teams I enjoy watching but under Price that has most definitely not been the case. For me, you should go for Ian Watson. He deserves the chance, he’d have you playing entertaining rugby and he could oversee a sustained period of success if given the chance.
Re: Tonight’s game v Leeds.
Post Sun Sep 15, 2019 5:33 am
Posted by rubber duckie on Sun Sep 15, 2019 5:33 am
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MPhil12 wrote:
Spot on, Warrington have to be ruthless and not allow the cup win to paper over the huge cracks which have been there for a while now. The reality is that, with the exception of 2 games, you’ve been awful for a good few months now which is more than a bad run and it’s difficult to see how that isn’t going to carry on into next season. It’s those 2 games which have saved Price his job and whilst they did end with a trophy, had you lost one he’d now be one defeat from the sack.

I imagine the cup win must have been incredible for you all but the only downside to it is you’re likely going to have another season of dross to put up with. I hope you do get rid of Price because Warrington are normally one of the few SL teams I enjoy watching but under Price that has most definitely not been the case. For me, you should go for Ian Watson. He deserves the chance, he’d have you playing entertaining rugby and he could oversee a sustained period of success if given the chance.

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I take it all back...
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Re: Tonight’s game v Leeds.
Post Sun Sep 15, 2019 10:59 am
Posted by MorePlaymakersNeeded on Sun Sep 15, 2019 10:59 am
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MPhil12 wrote:
Spot on, Warrington have to be ruthless and not allow the cup win to paper over the huge cracks which have been there for a while now. The reality is that, with the exception of 2 games, you’ve been awful for a good few months now which is more than a bad run and it’s difficult to see how that isn’t going to carry on into next season. It’s those 2 games which have saved Price his job and whilst they did end with a trophy, had you lost one he’d now be one defeat from the sack.

I imagine the cup win must have been incredible for you all but the only downside to it is you’re likely going to have another season of dross to put up with. I hope you do get rid of Price because Warrington are normally one of the few SL teams I enjoy watching but under Price that has most definitely not been the case. For me, you should go for Ian Watson. He deserves the chance, he’d have you playing entertaining rugby and he could oversee a sustained period of success if given the chance.

Price has got Wire to three out of three finals during his tenure thus far. Having won one this year, that's an improvement on 2018. These are the stark facts that get him another year before I judge him to be the right man for the job, or not. Yes, we've been awful in the league since June - that I don't disagree with you, but for me, now is not the time to replace him.
I would be very disappointed if Moran, Middleton and the rest of the hierarchy have not already had words with Steve, and the squad, with regard to playing the rugby were capable of, going forward.
Re: Tonight’s game v Leeds.
Post Tue Sep 17, 2019 5:08 pm
Posted by lionarmour87 on Tue Sep 17, 2019 5:08 pm
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Sometimes winning the cup can spoil your Grand final aspirations
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Re: Tonight’s game v Leeds.
Post Tue Sep 17, 2019 6:23 pm
Posted by CW8 on Tue Sep 17, 2019 6:23 pm
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lionarmour87 wrote:
Sometimes winning the cup can spoil your Grand final aspirations


Poor discipline, poor kicking game resulting from poor completion rates, missed tackles, total lack of plan B and being completely predictable spoil grand final aspirations more.

The game plan we had for the cup final would probably see us win at Old Trafford, the basics executed well is usually the way the grand finals are won. The referees allow a much slower ptb and almost any infringement on the edge of or just outside of the rules goes largely unpunished. However, I'd be amazed if that got us to old Trafford in the first place.
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