Page 15 of 16

Re: On to London

PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 3:29 pm
by Fumper27
flow wrote:
heritage1926 wrote:The way I see it, put yourself in Blair’s shoes - imagine you start a new job half way through the year, the team you start in aren’t doing so well and you can feel the pressure already from the people above you and your customers. You get thrown in immediately after a week of training and people want instant results from you. You have a few average weeks and people are already questions your position in the company, yet your one of the most experienced their and worked for better and bigger companies than most in the past. Now, I know I wouldn’t be too happy to be in that situation, so why is it any different for Blair? I think people are being harsh, for harsh sake.

before horrific ankle reconstruction.

Any chance you can post a link to where it was confirmed that Blair had “horrific ankle reconstruction”. I’ve looked and can only find stories confirming that he fractured his ankle and had surgery but no mention of a reconstruction. Give he was injured in July but back for the start of pre season training in November makes me think that no reconstruction took place. Thanks in advance Flow.

Re: On to London

PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 4:43 pm
by alftupper
tigerfeat wrote:Laughable for me some people saying he had a decent game against London because he caught and passed the ball to Egodo for two walk in trys


I nearly posted this earlier, his performances have been that poor that shifting the ball along to his winger something any centre is expected to do has prompted high praise.

Re: On to London

PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 5:50 pm
by fords
alftupper wrote:
tigerfeat wrote:Laughable for me some people saying he had a decent game against London because he caught and passed the ball to Egodo for two walk in trys


I nearly posted this earlier, his performances have been that poor that shifting the ball along to his winger something any centre is expected to do has prompted high praise.


Another clueless wonder that has nothing good to say ever. My opinion only obviously.

Paul Franze and Newlove are what you call bad performances

Re: On to London

PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 6:46 pm
by flow
Fumper27 wrote:
flow wrote:
heritage1926 wrote:The way I see it, put yourself in Blair’s shoes - imagine you start a new job half way through the year, the team you start in aren’t doing so well and you can feel the pressure already from the people above you and your customers. You get thrown in immediately after a week of training and people want instant results from you. You have a few average weeks and people are already questions your position in the company, yet your one of the most experienced their and worked for better and bigger companies than most in the past. Now, I know I wouldn’t be too happy to be in that situation, so why is it any different for Blair? I think people are being harsh, for harsh sake.

before horrific ankle reconstruction.

Any chance you can post a link to where it was confirmed that Blair had “horrific ankle reconstruction”. I’ve looked and can only find stories confirming that he fractured his ankle and had surgery but no mention of a reconstruction. Give he was injured in July but back for the start of pre season training in November makes me think that no reconstruction took place. Thanks in advance Flow.

Ye had it pinned mate like your commitment to this guy got a feeling if I said he was best signing ever you would say. Opposite just to keep debate going :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Re: On to London

PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:20 pm
by Scoopage
flow wrote:
Fumper27 wrote:
flow wrote:
heritage1926 wrote:The way I see it, put yourself in Blair’s shoes - imagine you start a new job half way through the year, the team you start in aren’t doing so well and you can feel the pressure already from the people above you and your customers. You get thrown in immediately after a week of training and people want instant results from you. You have a few average weeks and people are already questions your position in the company, yet your one of the most experienced their and worked for better and bigger companies than most in the past. Now, I know I wouldn’t be too happy to be in that situation, so why is it any different for Blair? I think people are being harsh, for harsh sake.

before horrific ankle reconstruction.

Any chance you can post a link to where it was confirmed that Blair had “horrific ankle reconstruction”. I’ve looked and can only find stories confirming that he fractured his ankle and had surgery but no mention of a reconstruction. Give he was injured in July but back for the start of pre season training in November makes me think that no reconstruction took place. Thanks in advance Flow.

Ye had it pinned mate like your commitment to this guy got a feeling if I said he was best signing ever you would say. Opposite just to keep debate going :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

It’s a fair point flow,nowhere it says horrific reconstruction.having it pinned is not a reconstruction.maybe holds your hands up for once mate and say”yeah I’ve over exaggerated there a bit guys,I’m wrong”maybe just maybe?

Re: On to London

PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:34 pm
by Freeloader
flow wrote:Ye had it pinned mate like your commitment to this guy got a feeling if I said he was best signing ever you would say. Opposite just to keep debate going :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

The point he is making is having bones pinned or plated, as ghastly as it is, is not ankle reconstruction.
Repairing any of the 8 or so ankle ligaments (bone connectors) would require reconstructive surgery.
He knows this because hes probably had this performed.

Re: On to London

PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:37 pm
by flow
Scoopage wrote:
flow wrote:
Fumper27 wrote:
flow wrote:
heritage1926 wrote:The way I see it, put yourself in Blair’s shoes - imagine you start a new job half way through the year, the team you start in aren’t doing so well and you can feel the pressure already from the people above you and your customers. You get thrown in immediately after a week of training and people want instant results from you. You have a few average weeks and people are already questions your position in the company, yet your one of the most experienced their and worked for better and bigger companies than most in the past. Now, I know I wouldn’t be too happy to be in that situation, so why is it any different for Blair? I think people are being harsh, for harsh sake.

before horrific ankle reconstruction.

Any chance you can post a link to where it was confirmed that Blair had “horrific ankle reconstruction”. I’ve looked and can only find stories confirming that he fractured his ankle and had surgery but no mention of a reconstruction. Give he was injured in July but back for the start of pre season training in November makes me think that no reconstruction took place. Thanks in advance Flow.

Ye had it pinned mate like your commitment to this guy got a feeling if I said he was best signing ever you would say. Opposite just to keep debate going :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

It’s a fair point flow,nowhere it says horrific reconstruction.having it pinned is not a reconstruction.maybe holds your hands up for once mate and say”yeah I’ve over exaggerated there a bit guys,I’m wrong”maybe just maybe?

Had it done twice first time had it pinned then played again same ankle went then had some major surgery on it. could say hold you hands up to them who keep praising him and they admit hes being a poor signing so fare . Noticed a said so far fumper me old bean you might become right yet when he's and a nice English winter training here lmao let's hope I will get stuck into that humble pie if he does as should people who think he will be better but turns out not. But I am sure they will deny saying it next year. :roll: coyf

Re: On to London

PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 11:53 pm
by Fumper27
flow wrote:
Fumper27 wrote:
flow wrote:
heritage1926 wrote:The way I see it, put yourself in Blair’s shoes - imagine you start a new job half way through the year, the team you start in aren’t doing so well and you can feel the pressure already from the people above you and your customers. You get thrown in immediately after a week of training and people want instant results from you. You have a few average weeks and people are already questions your position in the company, yet your one of the most experienced their and worked for better and bigger companies than most in the past. Now, I know I wouldn’t be too happy to be in that situation, so why is it any different for Blair? I think people are being harsh, for harsh sake.

before horrific ankle reconstruction.

Any chance you can post a link to where it was confirmed that Blair had “horrific ankle reconstruction”. I’ve looked and can only find stories confirming that he fractured his ankle and had surgery but no mention of a reconstruction. Give he was injured in July but back for the start of pre season training in November makes me think that no reconstruction took place. Thanks in advance Flow.

Ye had it pinned mate like your commitment to this guy got a feeling if I said he was best signing ever you would say. Opposite just to keep debate going :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

I believe that reconstruction relates to muscular injuries, I had my knee reconstructed because I tore my ACL and MCL playing for Lock Lane, I maybe wrong at which point I would hold up my hands and learn from the experience. Why do you fail to do so? I have no “horse in this race”, just want the best for OUR club and I will defend any player where a poster uses blatant misdirection to try and emphasise a point.

To use a slur from your good self against another poster “I googled the answer” ;)

Re: On to London

PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 11:57 pm
by Fumper27
flow wrote:
Fumper27 wrote:
flow wrote:
heritage1926 wrote:The way I see it, put yourself in Blair’s shoes - imagine you start a new job half way through the year, the team you start in aren’t doing so well and you can feel the pressure already from the people above you and your customers. You get thrown in immediately after a week of training and people want instant results from you. You have a few average weeks and people are already questions your position in the company, yet your one of the most experienced their and worked for better and bigger companies than most in the past. Now, I know I wouldn’t be too happy to be in that situation, so why is it any different for Blair? I think people are being harsh, for harsh sake.

before horrific ankle reconstruction.

Any chance you can post a link to where it was confirmed that Blair had “horrific ankle reconstruction”. I’ve looked and can only find stories confirming that he fractured his ankle and had surgery but no mention of a reconstruction. Give he was injured in July but back for the start of pre season training in November makes me think that no reconstruction took place. Thanks in advance Flow.

Ye had it pinned mate like your commitment to this guy got a feeling if I said he was best signing ever you would say. Opposite just to keep debate going :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Pinned??? Reconstruction??? Not the same thing mate. I admire your commitment to your beliefs, even when proved wrong but you’d get more credence from holding your hands up and saying “sorry guys, I got it wrong”

Re: On to London

PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 12:13 am
by flow
Fumper27 wrote:
flow wrote:
Fumper27 wrote:
flow wrote:
heritage1926 wrote:The way I see it, put yourself in Blair’s shoes - imagine you start a new job half way through the year, the team you start in aren’t doing so well and you can feel the pressure already from the people above you and your customers. You get thrown in immediately after a week of training and people want instant results from you. You have a few average weeks and people are already questions your position in the company, yet your one of the most experienced their and worked for better and bigger companies than most in the past. Now, I know I wouldn’t be too happy to be in that situation, so why is it any different for Blair? I think people are being harsh, for harsh sake.

before horrific ankle reconstruction.

Any chance you can post a link to where it was confirmed that Blair had “horrific ankle reconstruction”. I’ve looked and can only find stories confirming that he fractured his ankle and had surgery but no mention of a reconstruction. Give he was injured in July but back for the start of pre season training in November makes me think that no reconstruction took place. Thanks in advance Flow.

Ye had it pinned mate like your commitment to this guy got a feeling if I said he was best signing ever you would say. Opposite just to keep debate going :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Pinned??? Reconstruction??? Not the same thing mate. I admire your commitment to your beliefs, even when proved wrong but you’d get more credence from holding your hands up and saying “sorry guys, I got it wrong”

We will, see who eats heats humble pie on this I hope it's me and he gets man off Steel next year. But as a, Rugby man you now deep down he's crocked not a good thing in rugby. When can't even jump I admire your hope he improves but you are in the minority who thinks he will with a good off season.

Re: On to London

PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 12:24 am
by flow
fords wrote:
alftupper wrote:
tigerfeat wrote:Laughable for me some people saying he had a decent game against London because he caught and passed the ball to Egodo for two walk in trys


I nearly posted this earlier, his performances have been that poor that shifting the ball along to his winger something any centre is expected to do has prompted high praise.


Another clueless wonder that has nothing good to say ever. My opinion only obviously.

Paul Franze and Newlove are what you call bad performances

Lmao can't believe Ford calling somebody clueless

Re: On to London

PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 8:39 am
by gateman
The fans on here who want to bash each other, should swap phone numbers of meet in a pub , i am not one who sits behind a key board trying to score points , come on let it drop

Re: On to London

PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 9:09 am
by Swagger
gateman wrote:The fans on here who want to bash each other, should swap phone numbers of meet in a pub , i am not one who sits behind a key board trying to score points , come on let it drop

It's become boring now. It's the same few everyone and usually involves Flow.

Re: On to London

PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 2:13 pm
by flow
gateman wrote:The fans on here who want to bash each other, should swap phone numbers of meet in a pub , i am not one who sits behind a key board trying to score points , come on let it drop

I have suggested we have forum face to face debate involving a few liquid refreshments could be a good laugh or end up like a western cowboy brawl lmao

Re: On to London

PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 2:55 pm
by fords
flow wrote:
fords wrote:
alftupper wrote:
tigerfeat wrote:Laughable for me some people saying he had a decent game against London because he caught and passed the ball to Egodo for two walk in trys


I nearly posted this earlier, his performances have been that poor that shifting the ball along to his winger something any centre is expected to do has prompted high praise.


Another clueless wonder that has nothing good to say ever. My opinion only obviously.

Paul Franze and Newlove are what you call bad performances

Lmao can't believe Ford calling somebody clueless


Why is that then ? Alot of people on here are going by the tripe that's posted

LMAO, lol any chance of learning some new words