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  1. Canteen Worker

    By:Canteen WorkerAug 29, 2005
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    Despite the bollocking that certain posters on this site received last year in their ironic highlighting of Jye Mullane it seems as if the coaching staff does not rate him any more.

    At times he has been a stand out performer in PL but still Des persists in playing a forward in the pivot role in first grade.

    It would seem that Jye is on the outer and my guess is that he will not be seen in Manly colours next year. Some will blame the AE boys. ;)
     
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    By:bysoAug 29, 2005
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    A little strange really I hear he's playing well.
     
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    By:The WheelAug 29, 2005
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    Now injury free he has picked up quite a few MOM in P/L and probably derserved a chance with no 5/8 in first grade once Witt hit the wall.

    Too many bridges burnt last year I suppose
     
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    By:DanAug 29, 2005
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    he was the sacrificial lamb last year, someone ha to be and the club chose him
     
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    By:FluffyAug 29, 2005
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    I think it shows Des' attitude - A player who played injured in first grade, has soem experience and in now back from injury and yet Des goes for another forward when our playmaking abilities are suffering.

    Also he is a genuine 5/8 but it seems we are only interested in playing half backs in that role
     
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    By:lasvegasAug 29, 2005
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    gents may i point out that there is a large differnce between pl and 1st grade.
     
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    By:The WheelAug 29, 2005
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    True but there is one thing in common with losing 10 out of 12 games - you need a 5/8.
     
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    By:FluffyAug 29, 2005
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    Mullane was MOM again on the weekend

    Witt kicked a huge 3/8

    Hence he wouldnt have won this one with his kicking
     
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    I personally think that Des lacks creativity in his selections, the same way the Ponting and the Australian cricket selectors do. Damn the Poms.
     
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