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Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Poola, May 2, 2015.
Could this be the sign we are all waiting on? Willame now knows what it feels like to win. Lol
Clutching at straws.
Good luck to him, you can only do your best and he does look keen at least
^ Looks more comfortable as a left-side player, too.
in which game ?
Still hasn't won an NRL game though.
I always thought Williame would be the one to lead us out of this slump...
ran over 100 metres and got a try assist according to NRL.COM stats... the experience will hopefully have done him a lot of good and hopefully he can get up some good form in NSW Cup in case we need him again.
With Wiliame and Satini (Tonga) at least we now have two International centres as back-ups for the top men. They are both babes in terms of NRL experience but certainly have all the physical attributes.
Lets get serious now,i thought tafua had a good game scoring 2 tries.
That's all they need a bit of experience without the high pressure of us on Silvertails bagging the crap out of them every week.
I wonder if our new international halves pairing played for Fiji, PNG, Tonga or Samoa last night?
Fairs fair Mark, Williame did cost us a few good opportunities.
We gave Williame some good opportunities.
I watched the game last night and Williame was very average. You can tell he has quite a bit of pace, but he just came up with very stupid plays all night, running himself over the side line and trying to throw hail mary miracle balls back in field, his defence is also very poor. I know it seems harsh but I genuinely don't want to see him play for us ever again.
Hate to say it and bag someone as he is a much better player than I ever was but what Baz posted above sounds exactly like the games he played in first grade for us over the last few weeks.
The only congratulations i'd like to give williame is on the birth of his daughter.
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