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Wrap for Buhrer

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Killer03, Sep 27, 2013.

  1. Killer03

    Killer03 Well-Known Member

    +3,291 /31
    Not sure of his stats, but I thought in the 2nd half, he especially was cutting souths up the middle with his little darting runs.

    Again, for someone whose season was over because of an injury, he's a tough little f&&&er.
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    • ManlyBacker

      ManlyBacker Winging it Staff Member

      +971 /7
      Plus he was tackling and pushing back like he had added 10 kilos. Super game.
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      • sweetest g

        sweetest g Active Member

        +40 /0
        He is a machine . tough as rusty nails .
      • Pittwater Legend

        Pittwater Legend Well-Known Member

        +1,008 /31
        I've always been a fan of Buhrer. Provided his injury isn't serious he'll be playing his 2nd grand final for us since debuting in 2009.

        Our 2008 Toyota Cup team has handed the first grade team several stars and it's pretty much the only time that our junior side has been terrific. Other clubs just can't seem to get it right when they have a strong junior side.
      • globaleagle

        globaleagle Deux bourbons s'il vous plait Staff Member Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

        +11,235 /94
        I think twice he took the ball back from either penalties or kick returns and gotta admire his heart. Not the biggest guy out there but he tore in.

        3 thumbs up!
      • castle eagle

        castle eagle Well-Known Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

        +847 /7
        according to the tele site he made 14 runs for 123m & 23 tackles.more metres than any souffs player except sammy & greggy
      • Ron E. Gibbs

        Ron E. Gibbs Well-Known Member

        +1,993 /19
        Glad someone started a topic on this. I thought he was great, too, as he was against the Sharks. Does the little things right and obviously plays to his coach's instructions - no silly passes, use your footwork and hit them up the middle. He's developing into a really good player.
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          PONTIAN SEA EAGLE Well-Known Member

          +1,339 /103
          Agree buhrer rarely gets the credit he deserves he's technique at charging at the oppositions line head down is a highlight.
        • Garts

          Garts Well-Known Member

          +802 /23
          No, he is too small and no good as he offers nothing. Should not be in the 17. Well that is the opinion of some. He makes my 17 everyday.
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          • bones

            bones Bones Knows

            +9,036 /102
            The kid loves Manly and plays accordingly. He is a champion on and off the field. One of the nicest guys you could ever meet.
          • sweetest g

            sweetest g Active Member

            +40 /0
            I seen on ch9 at half time he got his ribs re straped. he did well out there tonight
          • God

            God Well-Known Member

            +451 /10
            need to decide if it TS or him can keep taking two reserve back rowers into a game (sometimes 3) ie gower
          • Crusher_Cleal

            Crusher_Cleal Well-Known Member

            +744 /21
            He basically was asked to do the job of a front rower, and got the job done. Well done Jamie.
          • The Wheel

            The Wheel Well-Known Member

            +2,280 /74
            Yes he was good and we missed his defence when he went off, George was really struggling at times in the 2nd half keeping up but it showed we really missed Richie and his extra grunt and go forward badly last night.

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