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Consistency

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Cliffy4PM, Jun 3, 2011.

  1. Cliffy4PM

    Cliffy4PM Active Member

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    Will we keep performing at our current level for the rest of the season or are we the same inconsistent team that we have been for the last two or more seasons?

    P.S fix my gramma please.
     
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  2. torana355

    torana355 Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    I think tomorrow will answer that question to an extent. If we can beat the dogs and play at a similar level to the Broncos game i think that will say alot.
     
  3. Cliffy4PM

    Cliffy4PM Active Member

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    It will be interesting, seeing how we go without Kitey.
     
  4. brookiegreg

    brookiegreg Active Member

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    Will be able to reply on Oct 3rd...please do not slash wrists before then :D

    And yer grandma can fix herself

    Its a long season cliffy and so much happens - this team is building well as we know, there will be some defeats against form and close calls as always. We can only judge on what we've seen to date - which has a similar vibe to 07-08 and is a very impressive consistent effort so far. Maybe the Canterbury Bankstown team will muscle up and upset Manly tomorrow.... who knows but I certainly hope not. If this happens they will learn from it and bounce back better.

    Des and the team are doing a great job! Go Manly!!
     
  5. TokyoEagle

    TokyoEagle Well-Known Member

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    IMO, Manly target specific matches throughout the season to peak for. In this day and age with the speed and intensity of the game, it is very hard to peak every weekend.
     
  6. Cliffy4PM

    Cliffy4PM Active Member

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    Sadist. :argue:
     

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