Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Shoe1, Sep 30, 2012.
storm 09, saints 10, storm 12? Knock manly out of the semis and you win.
It's quite evident the reason we couldn't match it with Melbourne - lack of speed. Our forwards need an injection of youth. Fortunately we got rid of that lumbering one, but some of the others are very slow when compared to the packs that the Storm and Berries have.
Yeah their forwards are playing a very high intensity game - both in physical hits (which we can do) and speed (which our forwards have gotten too old for).
Um, didn't both sides beat Manly in the semis?
We would have beaten the dogs if lyon did not go off early. That is where they scored all their tries. Which gave the dogs a narrow victory.
Yep but the original posters point was to 'knock' Manly out which is what the Storm did.
I meant "knock manly out = premiers"
There's unfinished business between us and the Storm. It's not gona end here I wanna see it next year us against them to prove who is the best.
2007 as well
Looks like its the Bulldogs this year. Ewwwww.
If the theory holds true again this year, it's a dog victory. It was right again last year of course
The dogs won't win another game this season.
Jerry please let that be true I couldn't stand them winning after they should not be even playing this weekend but for there friends in pink!!
Well the Wayne Bennett theory failed this year so let's hope this theory fails too. Would love a Souths/Penrith GF and Penrith win (43 years of failure blah blah blah)
Yeah the Wayne Bennett theory failed. Also loved the one where since 2006 only Bennet, Hasler, and Bellamy had won the GF, which failed last year. Can't wait for this to fail as well.
Bump. The theory is alive. Bulldogs knocked us out.
So did souths also the theory will be alive for another year either way this weekend.
Souths didn't knock us out. Bulldogs did.
lol so the team that knocks Manly out is supposed to become the premiers? Thanks for the laughs Bulldogs. Worst team to ever make a GF.
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