Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Matabele, Jun 25, 2009.
Watching to many Werewolf movies again MataÂ ;D
For impersonating a football player.
He did score a good try over three players, so that's one positive.
Hopefully this will deflate the ego and he can get back to scoring tries for us.
I'm getting it deluxe at work today over his effort
Me too, although i'm copping it for all Manly players (seriously, nobody can argue against Choc)... and it's coming from a Tigers fanÂ :
farrah was worse than williams, most of his passes were at the feet or the heads of players, at least williams was good at times
Farrah was just a joke. I said it before game 1 and I still stand by it. Farrah is a talented player but not an origin player.
Ennis is probably not as skilled as Farrah, but will be a great Origin player.
Some players are amazingly talented and possibly amongst the best in their positions, but just are not Origin players.
others are good players, even average players, but when they hit Origin they become truly great players at that level.
Look at how choc stood up, he has always had the makings of a great origin player and he stepped up big time last night. I would like to see him do it a few more times before I label him as a true Origin player, but it was definitely a top start
Inglis is a good point in question
"Average" as a club player "superstar" as an Origin player!!
Sure the Wolfman dropped some ball but don't forget he didn't miss the tackles that lead to the two tries.
Both teams played like S**thouse except that the QLD MORONS (and no I didn't spell it wrong) capitalised on NSW mistakes and converted them into points.
The only exciting part was that Barrett put his mirror down for 2 mins to belt Inglis across the cheek and when Poore belted Crocker, The whole stadium erupted into a spontaneous cheer.
I didn't think Inglis deserved that broken jaw.Â Especially from that cheap shot merchant Barrett.Â I think that sort of crap stuff upsets your own rythm in fact.Â I think it sort of smacks of, 'if we can't beat them we'll belt them'.Â Hardens the opposition as well.Â Â
Wolfman was better than the Grub Crocker
Watmough and co absolutely towelled him up in the GF, and as soon as Watmough came on last night, Crocker kept dropping the ball, 2 due to Watmoughs presence
It was the only bit of excitement that happen all night especially Crocker getting some of his own medicine.
Just like it did for us in the 2007 Grand Final when they nailed B Stewart??? Not
I said weeks ago that the Blues could kiss the trophy away if they picked Farah over Ennis.Â
Hayne should be fullback too, not the Gidley clown.Â He can't even give a decent post-match interview.
Williams should stay, he got in and had ago which is more than you can say for some of them out there.Â He made some poor mistakes but he kept putting his hand up and scored a good origin try.
Who said choc can't tackle, how many did he make when he came on. Didn't see him miss any either.
I agree Ryno - some one like Wolfie is going to be made for SOO and if they stick with him they will be rewarded.
Spot on, he only dropped the pill twice and some are ready to crucify him. As I stated in a previous post, Wolfman may have put the maroons in their end of the field but he didn't miss the tackles that led to the try being scored. You could see how disappointed he was in himself and Killa going up to him and providing words of encouragement. He should be picked for SOO3.
Maybe I had beer goggles on but the Manly boy's weren't the worst out there, they may have not been the best either but certainly not the worst.
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