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Wolfman under high ball

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Killer03, Apr 18, 2015.

  1. Killer03

    Killer03 Well-Known Member

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    I noticed Wolfe kicking at the ball a lot last night, soccer style. I wonder what is up with that? He seemed like he didnt want to catch the ball? How has he been going in nsw cup? Because to me it showed someone terrified he was going to make a handling error.
     
  2. HappilyManly

    HappilyManly MWTS Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Wolfie hasn't played NRL for a year, so his dealing with the inevitable bombs was mixed. He took a couple cleanly, then used his foot to defuse the rest.

    It was not a great night for parings on either wing last night :cool:

    Matai should not be out there. With both shoulders heavily strapped, he can only tackle head on. As he turns to try and cover for Blair, he grabs at air, as his arms do not stretch out fully @:cry:

    Its only round 7, but I'm exhausted from the stress of watching Manly's once impenetrable defense, vapourize :confused:
     
  3. PONTIAN SEA EAGLE

    PONTIAN SEA EAGLE Well-Known Member

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    He actually took a few which surprised me.
     
  4. JenEagle

    JenEagle Well-Known Member

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    Poor old Williame can never play again. Surely we must have a better player in the under 20's than this guy no matter how many injuries we have. Or even belrose eagles.
     
  5. Mark from Brisbane

    Mark from Brisbane Living the dream Premium Member

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    I'll never forget you Wolfie but it's time to either retire or head to the ESL.

    My fondest memory was of you " crowd surfing" into the Leagues Club after the 08 Final.

    But it's time to say " bye bye "
     
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  6. EagleFlys

    EagleFlys Well-Known Member

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    Wolfie did as expected last night. He has never been the same player coming back from that neck injury.

    At 150k per annum (not sure where I read that) hes more than welcome to hang around as a backfill > Williame and Blair imho.
     
  7. philing00

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    Wolfie aint great at bombs, but who else do we have? Taufua coming back but he gives up a try a game from stuffing up bombs as well.
    Matai needs to play backrow or interchange, he doesnt have the pace or reach to defend centres.
     
  8. JenEagle

    JenEagle Well-Known Member

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    Apologies all I noticed my post was about brayden williame not Wolf. It wasn't a typo for some reason I must have replied to the wrong thread as I have been very very unimpressed with brayden.

    Agree with Mark Wolfie is a club legend however his best days are probably behind him.
     

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