Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by The Who, Apr 27, 2012.
Taufua, it's rocks or diamonds. His diamonds outshone the mistakes tonight.
I was really impressed by the way he kept coming after the start he had and never backed off
I would be surprised if that last drop wasn't a strip from the Dogs
But i think he will only improve, very strong young man.
He had 2 strips on him that were not called. He is worth sticking with imo. The question is do you pick him over Whare.
I was very disappointed with his game tonight. One blatant strip that was not called though. If Wolf is out next week then I would still rather him over Oldfield and Whare for the other wing spot
Yeah came back from bad start and the dogs keep on testing him out, for a new first grade player he's doing well in my opinion
He isnt as bad as Vatevai
His running strength is awesome. He'd actually make a handy, fast backrower I reckon.
yeah, very raw, but very very promising.
I thnk he was nervous at the start of the game. He had a really excellent second half. i
I was really impressed with his performance tonight. he did make a few mistakes, but he made definetly made up for it.
I dont think anyone can take vatevais crown, he has some shockers
I suppose Canterbury didn't allow him the luxury of going into his shell after those two early knock-ons as they persisted their attack towards his wing. Full credit to Taufua though - he did his job very well tonight. One of the best.
I am still dying to see him out in clear space, was close to seeing it tonight as well
We seem to have a few options for wingers at the moment.. Not a bad position to be in considering Whare can play centre, winger or fullback, and Farrar will hopefully be alright next season.
He had a shocker right from the kickoff but looks like a great ball runner. I'd rather see Whare at the moment.
he shows some good signs....if we lost tonight we'd be calling for his head!
Snake said Jorge was our best in his MOM interview.
Reminds me of a young Hoppa Snr
Just trying to lift the kid's confidence IMHO
I would prefer Tafua as a winger over whare and Oldfield.
He has great potential and I can see him improving with more games and experience........I like him....Seems to have a good combination with Matai.
I don't know, it seems wolfman has lost his magic a bit.He tries 100% but not the same player as before.
Has anyone else pondered Parra letting this bloke go, just to sign the Stormin' Mormon (get that up ya Manly...yeeeaaaahh) for a truckload of cash, who is unavailable anyway until 2014?
And so Manly pick up Taufua for a song. Some beautiful irony there.
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