Squad for Thursday

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Darnsarf
Sean Rudder
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Re: Squad for Thursday

Post by Darnsarf » Wed Sep 11, 2019 1:36 pm

high town tiger wrote: If are key players can show they can perform against a team in form as well as against poor teams with out confidence we have a great chance . If they go back in there shell when against top opposition which as happened this year , we will get beat and have a agenising 24hour Waite coyf.
Anyone recognise this interesting grammatical style? Just saying :roll:

Lofthouse Tiger
Danny Orr
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Re: Squad for Thursday

Post by Lofthouse Tiger » Wed Sep 11, 2019 1:45 pm

I feel we are playing better over the last few weeks and this is a good time to see the improvement l. Defence goes a long way to winning games/trophies and at the moment we are defending as well as we have in ages.

Not saying we are going to win it but 3 away games, defending like we are, scoring points, as per Hull, then who knows?

Sharlotiger
Danny Orr
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Re: Squad for Thursday

Post by Sharlotiger » Wed Sep 11, 2019 1:47 pm

We have failed to cross for a try on our last 2 visits and I would be surprised if this changes on Thursday. Trueman took all the plaudits against a very poor Hull side lets hope he can do it against a good Wigan side.
Our defence as looked stronger over the past month so we may keep it tight.
Wigan 14 Cas 2

Hepworth7
Dean Widders
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Re: Squad for Thursday

Post by Hepworth7 » Wed Sep 11, 2019 2:08 pm

Pleased to see the Saints squad for Friday at Hull,no players rested and only Pauli added to squad as injury replacement which to my mind doesn't weaken them at all. All we could ask for was a level playing field and we've got that. Two chances to make the play offs. Let's do it Thursday fellas!

high town tiger
Sean Rudder
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Re: Squad for Thursday

Post by high town tiger » Wed Sep 11, 2019 2:12 pm

Darnsarf wrote:
high town tiger wrote: If are key players can show they can perform against a team in form as well as against poor teams with out confidence we have a great chance . If they go back in there shell when against top opposition which as happened this year , we will get beat and have a agenising 24hour Waite coyf.
Anyone recognise this interesting grammatical style? Just saying :roll:
Explain to me what as this comment to do with any thing tiger board you not read terms off the forum. Hope mods show more consistency on banning derailers

high town tiger
Sean Rudder
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Re: Squad for Thursday

Post by high town tiger » Wed Sep 11, 2019 2:19 pm

Book makers got hcp very close just six start cas really think we have a performance in us to win this one. Can see Trueman haveing another blinder now got confidence back be haveing fifty on 10/11

Scoopage
Junior Moors
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Re: Squad for Thursday

Post by Scoopage » Wed Sep 11, 2019 2:32 pm

high town tiger wrote:Book makers got hcp very close just six start cas really think we have a performance in us to win this one. Can see Trueman haveing another blinder now got confidence back be haveing fifty on 10/11
Oh not again #-o

Lofthouse Tiger
Danny Orr
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Re: Squad for Thursday

Post by Lofthouse Tiger » Wed Sep 11, 2019 2:40 pm

Unbelievably petty childish and above all idiotic. :roll: :roll: :roll:

Fumper27
Michael Eagar
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Re: Squad for Thursday

Post by Fumper27 » Wed Sep 11, 2019 3:00 pm

Scoopage wrote:
high town tiger wrote:Book makers got hcp very close just six start cas really think we have a performance in us to win this one. Can see Trueman haveing another blinder now got confidence back be haveing fifty on 10/11
Oh not again #-o
Exactly. Totally gave it away with the use of “off” instead of using “of”, as well as going on about “banning derailers”. The forum has been a much nicer place without certain posters, i hope it’ll continue in that vain.

tigerfeat
Dale Fritz
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Re: Squad for Thursday

Post by tigerfeat » Wed Sep 11, 2019 3:14 pm

Credit his persistence ;)
The measure of who we are is what we do with what we have
Vince Lombardi

casjunction
Danny Orr
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Re: Squad for Thursday

Post by casjunction » Wed Sep 11, 2019 3:33 pm

Tough call in every way.
Our defence over the last four games have been impressive.
Our attack has also improved though the sternest test against Saints we drew a blank and squandering the game at KR was so lamentable.
This is without doubt a massive game.
We can be master of our own destiny.
We also have momentum going forward
Not contemplating any else.

fords
Luke Gale
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Re: Squad for Thursday

Post by fords » Wed Sep 11, 2019 4:27 pm

high town tiger wrote:
Darnsarf wrote:
high town tiger wrote: If are key players can show they can perform against a team in form as well as against poor teams with out confidence we have a great chance . If they go back in there shell when against top opposition which as happened this year , we will get beat and have a agenising 24hour Waite coyf.
Anyone recognise this interesting grammatical style? Just saying :roll:
Explain to me what as this comment to do with any thing tiger board you not read terms off the forum. Hope mods show more consistency on banning derailers
Deluded....

fast hands
Junior Moors
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Re: Squad for Thursday

Post by fast hands » Wed Sep 11, 2019 4:33 pm

tigerfeat wrote:Credit his persistence ;)
Seems like the bloke wants' to give his thoughts about the club and players, but can't put into words what his heart is wanting to say. Over the years I have noticed some very barbed replies to posters (Hudds Tiger especially has been on the end of some ) and lets be honest with ourselves we at times think we know best.
All we ask Flow, Cas Boxer, now known as High Town, is that you give an honest post, not something you dream up and I am sure the guys on here will accept that we all weren't given a good education, but love our club, and who ever is selected to play, we will support them even after a poor game. So please give your head a shake and don't be so critical of the players and club,and posters, and join in with forum and enjoy.
Back to the original, Squad for Thursday, think we will do the business, and hopefully with luck beat them next week also.

tigerfeat
Dale Fritz
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Re: Squad for Thursday

Post by tigerfeat » Wed Sep 11, 2019 5:21 pm

fast hands wrote:
tigerfeat wrote:Credit his persistence ;)
Seems like the bloke wants' to give his thoughts about the club and players, but can't put into words what his heart is wanting to say. Over the years I have noticed some very barbed replies to posters (Hudds Tiger especially has been on the end of some ) and lets be honest with ourselves we at times think we know best.
All we ask Flow, Cas Boxer, now known as High Town, is that you give an honest post, not something you dream up and I am sure the guys on here will accept that we all weren't given a good education, but love our club, and who ever is selected to play, we will support them even after a poor game. So please give your head a shake and don't be so critical of the players and club,and posters, and join in with forum and enjoy.
Back to the original, Squad for Thursday, think we will do the business, and hopefully with luck beat them next week also.
It would help his cause if he just admited he couldn't have got it more wrong about Trueman but I won't hold my breath
The measure of who we are is what we do with what we have
Vince Lombardi

Ken Smith
Kirk Dixon
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Re: Squad for Thursday

Post by Ken Smith » Wed Sep 11, 2019 6:28 pm

With Saints picking more or less a full strength side for Friday’s match at Hull, Cas should be ok for the playoffs even if they lose tomorrow. Hull FC whilst having a fine away record this season, have won only 4 times at home this season (the worst in the League and the same number as Huddersfield and one fewer than London) so surely they can’t beat the Saints, or can they? It’s been a strange season of results though, especially where Hull FC are concerned. However what Cas need tomorrow is a solid away performance because their next 4 matches are all away, Wigan, Salford. Wigan again and Warrington probably in that order, a tall order indeed if they’re to reach the Grand Final. Can they do it? Well Leeds did it twice in 2011 and 2012, and actually won both times, once against St.Helens and once again Warrington, likely protagonists this year so why not?

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