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Halves- DCE

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by slickster71, Mar 13, 2011.

  1. slickster71

    slickster71 Member

    +6 /0
    Last nights game wasn't the way i hope it to be.

    Melbourne much weeker to last year and we got beat 18-6.

    how does everyone think DCE went last night.

    There was high hopes on this kid. I have seen him run around now 3 times and i have not been impressed.

    His answers to the long kicking game are not there. No different to orford and the other half back we had. Sorry desi you wrong.

    In the trials i saw both DCE and Liam Foran and i thought Liam would of been a better half back on that performance.

    We had plenty of opportunity last but didn't take it. our backs look unorganised with no directions. i know we need to give the kid some time but i hope he can take control.

    on last night and trials perforamce if has not been the case and with lyon gone for a few weeks i would like to see Liam with an opportunity.
  2. Chip and Chase

    Chip and Chase True Supporter Staff Member Administrator Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

    +8,608 /80
    see other thread already on this subject ---
  3. susan

    susan Well-Known Member

    +2,357 /56
    the "other halfback" got us to a gf and then we won the next one 40 nil over a side generally regarded as one of the best ever.not good enough!

    what would you like to see from DCE - 42 NIL gf win.

    get a grip.they need time.
  4. Garts

    Garts Well-Known Member

    +844 /25
    It was his first game and his team only completed 57% of their sets.  What did you expect?  I thought some promising signs were there from him.  As Susan said he needs time.

    ERNIE FOR NO7 Active Member

    +80 /1
    Hasler has to stop playing  left and right halves. Its garbage. I know Foran played cntr for the sec. half but we get much more out of Foran if he can play as a 5/8 rather than a left half back.

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