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Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by sean john, Jul 9, 2015.

  1. sean john

    sean john Haters gonna hate..

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    So after a big loss last night I think it's time for some selection changes, or a massive clean out and try a new angle. Including laurie Daley. I think hooves would be a good fit. So what would your team be for the first game next year. Here is mine.

    1.Matt Moylan
    2.Brett Morris
    3.Josh Dugan
    4.Blake Ferguson
    5.Josh Mansour
    6.Blake Austin
    7.Adam Reynolds
    8.Aaron Woods
    9.Nathan Peats
    10.James Tamou
    11.Beau Scott
    12.Paul Gallen
    13.Greg Bird

    14.David Klemmer
    15.Josh Jackson
    16.Boyd Cordner
    17.Tariq Sims

    18.Tyson Frizell
     
  2. lsz

    lsz Well-Known Member Staff Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Massive clean out?

    They won it last year against the greatest team in origin history. This year with a bit of luck and composure they could have won the first game as well

    Yes last night was embarrassing and no doubt there will be some changes but maybe they need to show some faith to the system they are trying to implement. As for getting rid of Daley who do you suggest he is replaced by?
     
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  3. Killer03

    Killer03 Well-Known Member

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    I think just some tweaking needs to be done. I think some of the older guys like Gallen and Beau Scott might need to go (they may retire anyway) And whilst highly biased I think Jake T could be a good replacement for Gallen. Gallen is effectively a prop anyway.
     
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  4. sean john

    sean john Haters gonna hate..

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    We"ve had practically the same team for the last three - four yrs and have won one series and even then changes the halves combo. I think we have to try new things against yes a champion qld side.. Ant it will be again next year.. If we lose next year with the same team it will be clear cut. Why not try it sooner if it might bring success.
     
  5. KOMORI

    KOMORI Born and bred an Eagle

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    Michael Hagan..
     
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  6. Blowfly

    Blowfly Well-Known Member

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    Why this damned fascination with Boyd Cordner?

    He's James Hasson in disguise!
     
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  7. sean john

    sean john Haters gonna hate..

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    I said before I think Toovey would be a good fit for nsw or Australia if he wants to continue coaching. And I don't think there would be a better time to bring back New South Wales most successful coach in Phil Gould. HIs reign at the panthers is coming to an end. He may just be the man to pull us out of a decade of disappointment.
     
  8. manlyfan76

    manlyfan76 Parra Trolls are the best. Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Willo!
     
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  9. lsz

    lsz Well-Known Member Staff Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Gould does not want to do it (and has not coached for years now)

    Team needs tweaks not wholesale changes. Apart from last night when was the last blow out?
    2012,2013 both came down to deciders where we lost by 1 or two points...against a champion side
     
  10. sheridanstand78

    sheridanstand78 Well-Known Member

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    It is time to start again after a performance like that. I am still in shock that they were so inept and really Daley and his coaching team should go after this. Not sure they will.

    My team for game 1 next year

    Fullback: Matt Moylan
    Right Wing: Alex Johnson
    Right Centre: Blake Ferguson
    Left Centre: Brett Morris
    Left Wing : Josh Morriis
    Five Eight: Blake Austin
    Half Back: Adam Reynolds
    Lock: Glenn Stewart
    Second Row: Bryce Cartwright
    Second Row: Josh Jackson
    Front Row: David Klemmer
    Front Row: Aaron Woods
    Hooker: Robbie Farah (C)

    Bench:
    Josh Reynolds
    Jake Turbo
    Trent Merrin
    Andrew Fifita
     
  11. KOMORI

    KOMORI Born and bred an Eagle

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    Bring back the original super coach.

    "Pearce off Jack Gibson" :D
     
  12. mosto

    mosto Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    Lot to happen between now and then, but at this stage, assuming all players available and in reasonable form, I'll go:

    1 J Dugan
    2 B Morris
    3 J Morris
    4 M Jennings
    5 J Mansour
    6 B Austin
    7 A Reynolds
    8 J Tamou
    9 R Farah
    10 A Woods
    11 B Cordner
    12 G Bird
    13 P Gallen

    14 J Buhrer / J Bird
    15 D Klemmer
    16 J Trbojevic
    17 T Frizell / B Cartwright

    Others in the mix:

    M Moylan
    J Tedesco
    D Walker
    A Fifita
    T Merrin
    J Jackson
     
  13. HoldenV8

    HoldenV8 Well-Known Member

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    On last night's performance, the only NSW player who should not have to worry about getting dropped (unless his club form goes down the tubes) is Josh Dugan.

    Gallen played well in a thrashed side, but has he ever been the right choice as NSW captain? He's lost more Origin series than any other captain in NSW history. I tend to think that before Origin started this year that Phil Gould was right, its time for Gallen to step aside. He puts in every game but just doesn't seem to have the ability to bring his team together under adversity, not at Cronulla and not for NSW. A good captain should have that ability.

    At this stage of his career Ennis was obviously only ever going to be a fill-in. His Origin career is now over.

    Hopoate, Pearce, Hodkinson and Cordner should never get picked again. All have proven themselves out of their depth in Origin on countless occasions.

    The Morris twins, Jennings, Woods, Tamou, Scott, Hoffman and most of the bench will probably get another chance next year.
     
  14. BOZO

    BOZO Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    The coach said he didn't see the humiliation coming The captain said he didn't see the thrashing coming and I cant see NSW coming back to win the series next season
     
  15. PONTIAN SEA EAGLE

    PONTIAN SEA EAGLE Well-Known Member

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    It's another year away.I'm more concerned in manly possibly making the 8 & hoefully not getting the spoon.
     
  16. BOZO

    BOZO Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    We are not getting the koutala . Don't even think about it feathered friend
     
  17. NickRobbo1998

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    JAMES ROBERTS HAS TO BE IN THE TEAM SOMEWHERE
     
  18. pjayz

    pjayz Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    I'd have Frizell and Ryan James in ahead of Cordner and Jackson. Bird and Austin give the flexibility if injuries hit, so no need for Jackson who I personally feel is overrated.
     
  19. Beaver boy

    Beaver boy Well-Known Member

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    JakeT must be there .... Fullstop . I've said he'll be better than Klemmer and Woods together. Origin will prove that.
     
  20. Terry Zarsoff

    Terry Zarsoff Well-Known Member

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    No Manly-Warringah players were involved, so who cares?

    No chance that Jamie can be blamed for this one.;) That must really piss off the likes of Brothelfield.

    Read Mascord's piece, in today's SMH, for some perspective.
     
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