TONIGHTS GAME

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Re: TONIGHTS GAME

Post by smarty_tiger » Thu Sep 12, 2019 9:57 pm

Akcas87 wrote:Powell not come out to be interviewed by sky

Why do other coaches front up when they lose but ours doesn’t?
A lot has to be looked at over the off-season and I am not suggesting DP should be let go at all, but we do need to work on our composure on and off the field, because at times this year it has shown on the field. Imo.

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Re: TONIGHTS GAME

Post by tigerfeat » Thu Sep 12, 2019 9:59 pm

thedogvinnie wrote:
Swagger wrote:Just as play offs about to start. Nice one Jesse.
Wigan know exactly what they are doing, Isa got away with driving jessie head first into the turf, then all the niggles neutralised JSL until in frustration , he cracked. I will be in the minority but if he is getting no protection from the ref its hardly surprising, and he still has my support
Mine too usual garbage on here after we lose a match
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Re: TONIGHTS GAME

Post by nottinghamtiger » Thu Sep 12, 2019 9:59 pm

Casmania wrote:
Martiger wrote:
Casmania wrote:Obviously some are incapable to keep on topic. 2 posters are taking an enforced break to think about that
I am fed up receiving private, messages, alerts and notifications from a number of posters who kerp reporting other posters. I have to trawl through and find the relative posts and then make a judgement. [/color]
In fairness, Matt did ask users to flag up posts and made it clear that forum users need to do so and that moderators can’t monitor everything themselves.

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Re: TONIGHTS GAME

Post by thedogvinnie » Thu Sep 12, 2019 10:00 pm

Akcas87 wrote:Powell not come out to be interviewed by sky

Why do other coaches front up when they lose but ours doesn’t?
probably saved the club a fine by not telling a few home truths about Childs Myopia

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Re: TONIGHTS GAME

Post by the happy hooker9 » Thu Sep 12, 2019 10:03 pm

I'm aware our recruitment for next year seems to be completed but serious thought by DoR/DP/Management at Cas Tigers as to what are our intentions in SL
Do we want to 'sup' at the Top Table with the likes of Sts., Wigan Wire then if so then dynamic quality above average signings are required.
I'm aware that we are a salary capped sport but at the moment our philosophy appears to be quantity rather than quality ...how much longer can DP pull rabbits out of the hat in regards to turning run of the mill players into international players (Gale etc).
I for one am reluctant to fork out
my hard earned to watch the likes of Ellis play (???)
Tonight's game was the nadir of performances yet I dont see any possible change in our attitude which to me appears to be '...as long as we are not relegation fodder let's continue as we are, eh'..
From the heights of 2017 this season has been utter dross.
Rant over

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Re: TONIGHTS GAME

Post by dude » Thu Sep 12, 2019 10:04 pm

thedogvinnie wrote:
Akcas87 wrote:Powell not come out to be interviewed by sky

Why do other coaches front up when they lose but ours doesn’t?
probably saved the club a fine by not telling a few home truths about Childs Myopia
Myopia, also called near-sightedness or short-sightedness, is a problem with the focusing ability of the eye. It is when the eye is not able to focus properly on objects in the distance. ... People with myopia often squint while watching television or trying to see distant objects.

You seriously blaming the ref

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Re: TONIGHTS GAME

Post by Casmania » Thu Sep 12, 2019 10:06 pm

nottinghamtiger wrote:
Casmania wrote:
Martiger wrote:
Casmania wrote:Obviously some are incapable to keep on topic. 2 posters are taking an enforced break to think about that
I am fed up receiving private, messages, alerts and notifications from a number of posters who kerp reporting other posters. I have to trawl through and find the relative posts and then make a judgement. [/color]
In fairness, Matt did ask users to flag up posts and made it clear that forum users need to do so and that moderators can’t monitor everything themselves.
No problem with that, but some are using the reports willy nilly, just to get at other posters.
Some on here need to grow up!

Any how, hopefully back to the rugby and tonights 'performance'
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Re: TONIGHTS GAME

Post by smarty_tiger » Thu Sep 12, 2019 10:07 pm

Casmania wrote:
nottinghamtiger wrote:
Casmania wrote:
Martiger wrote:
Casmania wrote:Obviously some are incapable to keep on topic. 2 posters are taking an enforced break to think about that
I am fed up receiving private, messages, alerts and notifications from a number of posters who kerp reporting other posters. I have to trawl through and find the relative posts and then make a judgement. [/color]
In fairness, Matt did ask users to flag up posts and made it clear that forum users need to do so and that moderators can’t monitor everything themselves.
No problem with that, but some are using the reports willy nilly, just to get at other posters.
Some on here need to grow up!

Any how, hopefully back to the rugby and tonights 'performance'
Amen

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Re: TONIGHTS GAME

Post by thedogvinnie » Thu Sep 12, 2019 10:08 pm

dude wrote:
thedogvinnie wrote:
Akcas87 wrote:Powell not come out to be interviewed by sky

Why do other coaches front up when they lose but ours doesn’t?
probably saved the club a fine by not telling a few home truths about Childs Myopia
Myopia, also called near-sightedness or short-sightedness, is a problem with the focusing ability of the eye. It is when the eye is not able to focus properly on objects in the distance. ... People with myopia often squint while watching television or trying to see distant objects.

You seriously blaming the ref
For the result no, but for missing Isas tackle and all the niggles that led to JSL losing it , yep, he has to see both sides

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Re: TONIGHTS GAME

Post by tigerfeat » Thu Sep 12, 2019 10:11 pm

Casmania wrote:
nottinghamtiger wrote:
Casmania wrote:
Martiger wrote:
Casmania wrote:Obviously some are incapable to keep on topic. 2 posters are taking an enforced break to think about that
I am fed up receiving private, messages, alerts and notifications from a number of posters who kerp reporting other posters. I have to trawl through and find the relative posts and then make a judgement. [/color]
In fairness, Matt did ask users to flag up posts and made it clear that forum users need to do so and that moderators can’t monitor everything themselves.
No problem with that, but some are using the reports willy nilly, just to get at other posters.
Some on here need to grow up!

Any how, hopefully back to the rugby and tonights 'performance'
People flagging up posts trying to get people banned Jesus Christ your right some people do need to grow up
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Re: TONIGHTS GAME

Post by dude » Thu Sep 12, 2019 10:13 pm

thedogvinnie wrote:
dude wrote:
thedogvinnie wrote:
Akcas87 wrote:Powell not come out to be interviewed by sky

Why do other coaches front up when they lose but ours doesn’t?
probably saved the club a fine by not telling a few home truths about Childs Myopia
Myopia, also called near-sightedness or short-sightedness, is a problem with the focusing ability of the eye. It is when the eye is not able to focus properly on objects in the distance. ... People with myopia often squint while watching television or trying to see distant objects.

You seriously blaming the ref
For the result no, but for missing Isas tackle and all the niggles that led to JSL losing it , yep, he has to see both sides
True he does but just because he doesnt do anything doesnt make it right for jsl to do that. Imo it's so out of character for jsl to do that, but still inexcusable.

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Re: TONIGHTS GAME

Post by duke street 10 » Thu Sep 12, 2019 10:13 pm

I couldn't help but think as the 2nd half slipped away again west of the Pennies that the club really do need to review how this season has gone.

While we are clear of relegation this year,if improvements across the board aren't made we could be like one of the 4 sides tomorrow stood on the trap door in 2020.

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Re: TONIGHTS GAME

Post by heritage1926 » Thu Sep 12, 2019 10:14 pm

duke street 10 wrote:I couldn't help but think as the 2nd half slipped away again west of the Pennies that the club really do need to review how this season has gone.

While we are clear of relegation this year,if improvements across the board aren't made we could be like one of the 4 tomorrow sides stood on the trap door in 2020.
Whilst ever the club aren't flirting with relegation and on the fringes of play off rugby, the club will never change.

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Re: TONIGHTS GAME

Post by dude » Thu Sep 12, 2019 10:17 pm

duke street 10 wrote:I couldn't help but think as the 2nd half slipped away again west of the Pennies that the club really do need to review how this season has gone.

While we are clear of relegation this year,if improvements across the board aren't made we could be like one of the 4 sides tomorrow stood on the trap door in 2020.
Next year could depend on our luck with injuries. Barring feki our signings dont fill me with optimism but we have a chance of making playoffs with a team who has been ravaged with injuries all season. Bit more luck next season and I think we will be ok

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Re: TONIGHTS GAME

Post by KB80 » Thu Sep 12, 2019 10:17 pm

thedogvinnie wrote:
Swagger wrote:Just as play offs about to start. Nice one Jesse.
Wigan know exactly what they are doing, Isa got away with driving jessie head first into the turf, then all the niggles neutralised JSL until in frustration , he cracked. I will be in the minority but if he is getting no protection from the ref its hardly surprising, and he still has my support
So stand toe to toe and punch him. He might have actually hurt him and made him look a mouthy idiot instead of just making holimself look like a grub and getting laughed at by a 21 year old prop.

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