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Hayne Train turnstile!!

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by MK Eagle, Aug 8, 2011.

  1. MK Eagle

    MK Eagle Well-Known Member

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    No doubt a freakish talent but also a showpony, lazy & his defence in the front line shows poor attitude. Positionally has a poor read & his technique seems ordinary or disinterested. To be fair not many would love the big unit DaveTaylor charging at them but Hayne actually sidestepped him & got out the way. Obviously a great attacking weapon but from what iv'e seen many teams will aim their attack in his direction & get results. Hope T Rex & co hit that edge ALL day haha.;)
     
  2. ManlyBacker

    ManlyBacker Winging it Staff Member

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    I am over talking about this bloke. As they say he goes missing more than Lord Lucan.
     
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    • Wolfpack

      Wolfpack Well-Known Member

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      Hayne is a player without a position IMO. Not savvy enough for fullback, too selfish & not up to the defensive demands of 5/8th & not dedicated enough to playing his part to play on the wing.

      Personally I think he is much better suited to union than league, though I'm more than happy to see Parra pay massive overs for him every year.
       
    • wombatgc

      wombatgc Well-Known Member Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

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      That non-effort from the myth was up their with lay-down Sally's...
      I'd imagine his team mates would be filthy:mad:
       
    • bob dylan

      bob dylan Well-Known Member Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

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      If Parra had any brains in the front office they would cut this guy free and sign 3 good players for about $200K each.

      If Hindmarsh had any brains he would walk away, and have a year or 2 at good club. Imagine how much he would enjoy playing at the Eagles, Bronco's or any of the successful teams. He owes Parra nothing and should shout himself an enjoyable season before its too late.
       
    • DSM5

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      Wouldn't touch Hindmarsh. He can't pass and when running out wide stifles any attack. He's seen better days..
       
    • bones

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      Id be happy with either Hayne or Hindmarsh in a Manly jersey. The problem they have at Parra is that they the only two decent players. When they are behind, the rest of the team sit back and expect Hayne to do it all. Plenty of times he has done it all himself. I reckon in a decent team, with a decent coach he would be awesome.
       
    • DSM5

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      I wouldn't be happy with either. Hayne is a lazy, big-headed sloth. The rest of the team sit back when he's got the ball because they don't like playing with Hayne because he's a hog. Hindmarsh should be retired.
       
    • MK Eagle

      MK Eagle Well-Known Member

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      Def rely too much on these guys but cant find a place for Hayne in the backline other than wing (got 4 allready) though 5-7 years ago would have loved Hindmarsh at Manly. Due to his overuse is only a shadow of what he was imo but would still be in the top 17.
      Still think Hayne has been poor defensively in the front line & his enegy for his trumpcard of attack will be weakened from this.
       
    • CliffyIsGod

      CliffyIsGod Well-Known Member

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      That's a lot to put on Hayne.

      He was recently moved to the halves because Robson and Morts are park players. He has a forward pack sans Moi Moi who are worse than most A Grade teams and the backline features such crap as Ben Smith.

      Put Hayne into us or Melbourne and he would be superstar status.

      He is playing with a bunch or cripples in a position he shouldn't be in.
       
    • bob dylan

      bob dylan Well-Known Member Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

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      The forward pack is fine and all earning good money, just not performing.

      Fui Fui, Mannah and Hindmarsh are playing pretty damn good.

      Add to that the big(gish) name signings of Shackleton, Maitua, Webb and Poore they have no excuse except a lack of heart.
       
    • CliffyIsGod

      CliffyIsGod Well-Known Member

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      Hindmarsh playing well? The bloke couldn't make a decent hit-up if his life was on the line.
       
    • The Who

      The Who Well-Known Member

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      Apart from a golden era when Parra has Sterling, Kenny, Groth, Cronin and the Zip Zip Man they have been disappointing throughout their history. They should always be strong, with a large pool of juniors, but there is something lacking in the culture. May it remain hidden forever.
       
    • bones

      bones Bones Knows

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      It's Manly who are strong with Parramatta's large pool of juniors.
       
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      • MadMarcus

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        They have an inferiority complex due to the success of the other club that entered the league in 1947.

        As for Hayne, he does have the talent. Imo the guy is crying out for a good coach who has sufficient standing in the game for Hayne to take notice when the coach tells him he needs to pull his finger out and stop behaving like a prima donna.

        He could be the best player in the NRL under a coach like Wayne Bennett, or Des for that matter.
         
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        • MK Eagle

          MK Eagle Well-Known Member

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          No doubt a talent in attack but still lazy & poor in defence. Ben Smith is probably a better defensive player in the front line than Hayne & you call him crap??
          Ok lets put Hayne into the Manly team -
          Fullback - No thanks, i keep Snake
          Wing - ??? i would but plenty on here would not - who out???
          Centre - Lyon & Matai - no contest - leave this structure.
          5/8 - Foran by a mile & 1/2
          half - No thanks.
           
        • MadMarcus

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          That's why he still plays for the feeder club!
           
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          • Jatz Crackers

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            Wouldnt want all the media baggage and disruptive expectations that Hayne would drag along with him to our club. So thank you but no.
             
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            • Kiwi Eagle

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              If Hayne was playing for Manly the views would probably be a fair bit different on the forum

              Would I take him here ? Of course, would be foolish not too. Where he would fit in, not sure but he would somewhere. The bloke has talents that can't be taught, and he is still only 22 or something isn't he ? Still plenty of good footy ahead of him
               
            • CliffyIsGod

              CliffyIsGod Well-Known Member

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              He is playing, what, his 6th game at Five-eigth? He has nothing around him to work with. Nothing.

              And yes, Melbourne and Manly have the two best fullbacks in the compy, but he would still look the goods if he replaced Stewart or Slater in their respective teams.
               

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