Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by cherry_poppins, Apr 14, 2016.
Must be a turbo diesel bloody winger chased down by Beau Scott ffs
Wtf? Are you serious.
He wasn't chased down he was chased to the side and Scott was coming from that direction.
I was surprised anyone caught him, to be honest. Once he had the ball in space, I was certain he'd score. But you're always a little slower when you carry the ball and it seemed like he started to slow.
I've been looking forward to the day he was in the clear so I could see him leave everyone behind........
First 10-15 meters he looked to be stumbling a bit I thought anyway
Semi was forcing him to the left. Scott simply got lucky (great chase) because he came from the left side on the angle.
I think he got stage fright a little. Saw Semi chasing and thought to much of it.
He has been shown up big time tonight unfortunately
Scott was faster
Played like utter crap tonight.
Wasn't there a tragedy in the family, if I remember the commentator saying? A grandparent passing?
Probably his worst game in NRL, he'll deal with it and move on.
Hope he learns how to tackle soon maybe needs lessons from Jake
Really? Fair enough, had no idea so that explains his mind being off the job.
feel for Tom but he is no winger goes ok if any opposition don't attack much on his side but gets shown up well when they do
Yep their grandfather hence the black arm bands on the Manly players.
Nights like tonight are all part of his education. He didn't play well, (I'm sure the passing of his grandfather didn't help) but sometimes you need a kick up the bum as an up and coming player to develop. Ive thought he has been getting better week by week, but tonight was a bit of a sobering experience for him.
I'm sure Tommy T will learn from it and get better.
Our wingers are an issue.
I totally forgive Tom tonight. Starting to think he needs to wear the 1 jersey.
he was in if he took those first few steps clean... the stumble led him in field instead of out and that was that.
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