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Look after DCE

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Beaver boy, Oct 24, 2014.

  1. Beaver boy

    Beaver boy Well-Known Member

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    Penn must ensure that DCE is kept at the club. He's our best player and handled himself with great dignity whenothers took pot shots at him all year.

    If Choc, matai and Stuart want to go then let them go. They should be bending over backwards to play with such a talent.
     
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    • Clint

      Clint . Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

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      Ricky?
       
    • Masked Eagle

      Masked Eagle Well-Known Member

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      Davis?
       
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      • PONTIAN SEA EAGLE

        PONTIAN SEA EAGLE Well-Known Member

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        We have no backline pace as it is if dce goes we should apply to play in the english super league.
         
      • Mal Cochrane

        Mal Cochrane I'm not really Mal Cochrane...

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        i haven't read too much complaining or sooking from Stewart or Matai though?

        Choc yes, and Foran has been giving some bad vibes.

        Matai didn't go out of his way but did answer honestly when asked that yes, he did ask for a release.
         
      • cherry_poppins

        cherry_poppins Well-Known Member

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        I'd prefer you just to play in traffic
         
      • Jerry1

        Jerry1 Well-Known Member

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        It's easy to shine when you have Matai and Lyon playing outside you. Ballin and choc pushing forward and foz taking it to the line.
        He was ordinary when we were hit with injuries in the latter part of the season. He ain't no one man team sorry.
         
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