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It really is time to step up for....

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Manly Daly, Jul 20, 2012.

  1. Manly Daly

    Manly Daly Member

    +20 /0
    Let's face it, I know it's a team game
    But in my opinion Choc Gift Killer Balin Matai
    Wolf when's he is fit are the only stars that gave been playing to their full potential.
    We need Daly, Kieren, TRex, Snake and all the forwards to step up from tonight right through till the finals or we don't stand a chance we will be out the back door,
    Yes this is stating the obvious but even the most bias supporter must admit there are few
    That have been playing well below their potential, I know there have been all the injuries, but from reports we are over those
    Now and in good shape.
    So from tonight please show us fans what
    Sort of chance we have at going Back to back
    from Brooky tonite,
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    • ManlyBacker

      ManlyBacker Winging it Staff Member

      +972 /7
      Another helpful woof post. Thanks for coming.
    • Mals

      Mals Well-Known Member Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

      +1,653 /39
      I hope the boys up their aggression in defence tonight. We need to move off our line quicker & really hit the Canterbury players hard. Foz & Matai to pull off some big hits early to set the tone.

      The game against Newcastle early in 2011 at Brookie springs to mind where we bashed them into submission & plenty of their players went off sick & sorry.
    • Manly Daly

      Manly Daly Member

      +20 /0
      You MORON
      nothing wrong with being passionate
      and hoping your team gets an important
      They did that very well but some times a silly
      Mistake ( Whare) lucky bounce of the ball
      The kick that went at right angles to the side line wolf has to play at it then they win scrum and barba bounces one off the post.
      And having your star try scorer at brokky and origin fullback out, all contributes to a loss

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