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Buhrers' got a spark in his step

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by LittleSnake, Mar 29, 2016.

  1. LittleSnake

    LittleSnake New Member

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    How good was Buhrer's footwork for those 15 minutes he was on field?

    He showed plenty of spark and intensity; can't wait to get him back to help the team gel and put this horrid injury run to bed.
     
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  2. KOMORI

    KOMORI Born and bred an Eagle

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    Needs to drink some real milk though!!
     
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  3. Snake

    Snake Doing The Eagle Rock!

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    Yeah I was really impressed with his first 15 minutes and was gutted when he went off injured. He doesn't seem to need to dust off cobwebs when he comes back from injuries, he just picks up where he left off. Great player! Hope he is back soon!
     
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  4. wedgetail eagle

    wedgetail eagle Well-Known Member

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    Haha, true. I see raw milk is in the News, Wolfman could get him onto it, if he's still into his Paleo diet, like Romulus & Remus.
    As kids, we used to milk cows & drink raw milk with the odd Fly & cow hair floating in it. ;)
    (Strained,etc. at the house)
     
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  5. KOMORI

    KOMORI Born and bred an Eagle

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    Bit of calcium never hurt :)

    Drank heaps of milk growing up and only ever broke a few bones over the years..
     
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  6. Disco

    Disco Well-Known Member

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    I honestly think Buhrer is underated and not just by fans of other clubs abut also our own
     
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  7. tookey

    tookey Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Welcome to the forum Jamie
     
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  8. Freagle

    Freagle Well-Known Member

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    Agreed - a back row of Buhrer and T Red ( in the same form as the Sharks game) and we are in fine shape. Then throw in Kapow and J Turbo, and we are absolutely firing! Fingers crossed he can stay fit after this little setback...
     
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  9. KeithSheldon

    KeithSheldon Well-Known Member

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    I can't recall a bad performance from Buhrer. When he is fit, he is a wonderful player and is disgustingly underrated by a lot of people, mainly because he was picked for Origin far too early.
     
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  10. Dan

    Dan Administrator Staff Member Administrator 2016 Tipping Competitor

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  11. Mark from Brisbane

    Mark from Brisbane Living the dream Premium Member

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    For his size he's a gun, it's just a pity that he seems to be like a few other players , made of glass.

    Love to see him injury free play the rest of the year, but gee if he comes back after this and gets injured for a long spell again you'd have to say his days would be numbered.
     
  12. Lord Eagleton

    Lord Eagleton Well-Known Member

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    He is mid 20's, in his prime. His last injuries were thumb, jaw, knee. If they were all in the same spot it would be a concern, but they arent. Buhrer is a gun, despite his injuries, and he will be around at Manly for many years to come (and playing like a gun). Even if he gets injured again he'll still come back strong because he is a champion. Glass half full etc
     
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