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Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Habib eagle, Jan 18, 2016.
Isn't this the same bloke that said he hated Parra a few seasons ago? I guess for huge overs you will play anywhere.
Problem for Jennings. All that space & opportunity he got at Roosters is gone, with limited opportunity will become a very frustrated player. Another erratic but talented player, His fate is now sealed, rep days are over.
Why are parra supporters starting threads and posting on our site
They want to know what it feels like to be on a winning side?
He's sure to put in 100%. lol http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sp...m-they-represent/story-e6frexnr-1226011660688
Good. After what he did to us in 2013 GF, scoring the unscoreable try, he deserves to finish his days in mediocrity at Parra.
Squeels fans will be getting pretty excited about now. They've made some pretty big signings so the pressure is on Lord Arthur. If he can't get results with the players he's got, he'll be joining the fans in the Centrelink queue.
oh well,him and Choc will make good roomy,s when they play away at interstate games
Is it any different to Choc saying he pretty much hated it last year? Seems to be a recurring theme...
Isn't this a Manly forum, who gives a **** about the slime and their players?
Parra 2016 team 1.Gordon-Nothing special pretty average fullback 2.Semi-Best winger in the world 3.Jennings-Out of form but is still one of the top 5 centres 4.Takarangi-Fringe first grader should be playing second row if at all 5.Gutherson-Unproven at nrl level plus injury prone 6.Norman-Average player no kicking game 7.Foran-Will struggle without his combo with snake and DCE plus he isn't a halfback he can't control a game but is the best 5/8 in the world still 8.Paulo-Lazy put could definitely put his size to use in short stints 9.Peats-Injury prone but is talented 10.Mannah-Average player with a poor workrate how he played for nsw I well never know 11.Scott-Injury prone and averaging 60 meters in 2015 is pretty crap 12.Ma'u-Runs good lines and has solid defence 13.Watmough-Injury prone struggling with the loss of manly Plus a poor bench full of reserve graders and I'd be expecting another tough year if I was a parra fan
What a jahash
Gordon - A bit over the hill these days. Solid and a goal kicker but not the Flash Gordon of old Semi - Probably the best winger in the world right now Jennings - On form is one of the top 3 centres in the world Takarangi - A second rower, why name him in the centres? Gutherson - Talented, fast, goal kicker. Injury prone and a bit unproven Norman - Overrated. How he got this far I'll never know Foran - Gutsy, talented 5/8, but not an organising, long kicking halfback Paulo - Lazy, unproven Peats - Could be the next NSW hooker but is injury prone. But seriously, other than Peats and Farah, who else do NSW have? Being the next Blues rake might not mean much if there is no competition Mannah - Overrated player coming to the end of his playing days Scott - Will need a big improvement on 2015 form Ma'u-Runs - Not too bad. Good defender Watmough - His mistakes playing for Manly, NSW and Australia were covered up by the star players around him. At Parra-doesn't-matta they were exposed. Questionable attitude, injury prone and seemingly only playing for another pay-day.
Gutho is not a bit unproven. He is just unproven.
Big difference. Choc was leaving the team he said he hates. Jennings is joining them.
Nah I meant this offseason Choc was talking about how he didn't care too much for Parra last year. I think he just hates everything
This must surely mean the Roosters have some cap space left. Will they sign one of ours? And if so does that mean we'll get whoever we've been chasing?
I think them allowing Jennings to go paves the way for Hayne to come in at some stage and Ferguson will return to the centres. It has to be something like that. Jennings is a talented player and the Whinging worms left edge is pretty potent now with Forme and Radradra in and outside of him.
Kind of like a Venn diagram, with their respective attitudes meeting in the overlap.