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Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by cherry_poppins, May 30, 2015.
Is there a worse back line player in the NRL than Hiku?
Its harsh what you say, the guy has an injured shoulder/neck. He is doing his best!
He's playing either very injured, or very lazy. The whole team look unfit and overweight. Foran was puffing after 2 minutes. But he has played well.
Jorge Taufua had injuries all last year and runs on the board, didn't stop y'all death riding him after a few knock ons Hiku doesn't have runs on the board I'm sure most first grade football players always try their best, Mullane and Monaghan are cases in point, doesn't mean they're good
Even in 2011 Foran has always huffed and puffed
Cherry Poppins loves sinking the boot into hiku. And Ryan, foz huffing and puffing could it be he has played around 5 games this year? I think it might be part of the reason
this thread is nonsense. Just ignore it.
We looked tired because we didn't touch the ball for the first 10 minutes and we're getting pumped 4-0 in the penalties.
yes. Just in our club there is Williams, Williame, Blair and Santini or are you special?
These blokes regularly play first grade as a first choice or are you special?
Hog then knock on
****ing useless piece of coach killing ****
We all have to have our whipping boys
Cherry, this thread is almost as bad as your avatar......
Shouldn't your name be Chevrolet v8?holden has never developed their own motor
That's the best you can come back with? And for the record, other than a short use of the Chevy 327 (5.3L) and 350 (5.7L) V8's in the Monaro's from 1968 until the mid-70's, Holden designed and built all of their own engines until the mid-80's when they started using a 6 cylinder Nissan motor in the VL Commodores, then the Buick V6 from the VN range and finally the Chev V8's from the VT Series II in 1998. Holden designed their own V8 in 1967-68 and it went into production in 1969 in 253 (4.2L) and 308 (5.0L) forms (the 253 was dropped in 1984). It lasted until the VT Series I of 1997. Do you still want to tell me Holden never developed their own motors? Holden Grey (4 cyl), Holden Red, Blue and Black (6 cyl), the 253 and 308 V8's, plus the Group A 304 version of 1985-87. I could keep going here, but I think I made my point.
If my avatar is a target then so is your bogan and incorrect name
See the rest of my post (edited) above......get your facts right first.