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Stuart Fielden Sun Jan 12, 2020 4:55 pm  

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Absolutely still got it, making hard yards and solid defence. Fair play to him.
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Re: Stuart Fielden Sun Jan 12, 2020 5:01 pm  

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MattyB wrote:
Absolutely still got it, making hard yards and solid defence. Fair play to him.


Sign him back up!

I have to say there’s some extremely moving scenes at Headingly. Barrie Mac breaking down on and to hear Rob’s voice is just terribly moving. Sad circumstances but this shows the best of the RL world.
Re: Stuart Fielden Sun Jan 12, 2020 5:15 pm  

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very emotional, and shows all that's great about our game.
Neil, Reggie, Cowie forever.
Re: Stuart Fielden Sun Jan 12, 2020 6:04 pm  

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There’s been some heated rivalry with Leeds over the years and I’m sure we’re well down their fans list of favourite teams, as they are ours but you couldn’t help be moved by the scenes of the whole day. Rob Burrow is a man who was and is universally admired across the sport. It was a fitting day for a bloke like that. It brought it home just how devastating this diagnosis is for him but also just how much the sport thinks of him.
Re: Stuart Fielden Sun Jan 12, 2020 6:17 pm  

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Some very emotional scenes but a fitting turnout, both from the fans and everyone taking part, for a player who graced the game as he did. A class player and, from all accounts, a class bloke too.
Re: Stuart Fielden Sun Jan 12, 2020 6:59 pm  

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I tell you what it’s no surprise the all dominating Leeds team did as well as they could, they’re not team mates but brothers. It’s a life long bond what they have and has to be the envy of other sports clubs around the country.
Re: Stuart Fielden Sun Jan 12, 2020 7:25 pm  

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Fielden looked a million bucks didn't he. Actually looked in better shape than his playing days, sign him up :)
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Re: Stuart Fielden Mon Jan 13, 2020 6:53 pm  

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He did very well, thought Kyle Leuluai put in some great shots too...he was a very underrated player for Leeds and remember reading that Wigan had tried to sign him at one point.

Great event.
Re: Stuart Fielden Tue Jan 14, 2020 4:56 pm  

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Well Fielden put in better drives and hits in defence than our front rowers did last year. He looked strong and aggressive.

I think he actually retired too early. Some bad advice maybe at the time? I am sure he could of done another 2/3 years.
Re: Stuart Fielden Tue Jan 14, 2020 5:51 pm  

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Well Fielden put in better drives and hits in defence than our front rowers did last year. He looked strong and aggressive.

I think he actually retired too early. Some bad advice maybe at the time? I am sure he could of done another 2/3 years.


Was it an injury that ultimately retired him? I always thought we should have kept him for another few seasons. He did a job and did it well IMO
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