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stevieblunder
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Mitch Clark

Post by stevieblunder » Thu Feb 13, 2020 10:43 pm

Well, if that's the best he can do against Toronto, he's not going to get into the Lock Lane team.

I was disappointed when he left Cas.
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Re: Mitch Clark

Post by Stokesey » Thu Feb 13, 2020 11:21 pm

Watts, millo, Cooke, moores, massey were all in front of him. Add to that the strong back up players in the forwards. Made sense to release and spend money on much needed backs

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Re: Mitch Clark

Post by gateman » Fri Feb 14, 2020 8:47 am

Clarke ==Hepi a bit of good business i think Hepi much more adapt to giving a pass out, yes DP as done it again

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Re: Mitch Clark

Post by nottinghamtiger » Fri Feb 14, 2020 9:51 am

stevieblunder wrote:
Thu Feb 13, 2020 10:43 pm
I was disappointed when he left Cas.
I wasn’t. He was an impact forward who would often make no impact. He had the odd good 15 minute spell, but I always thought these were on the back of others also making metres (Watts and Cook usually). That game against Wigan was by far his best and most of it was down to coming on at the same time as Cook.
He also had a very bad attitude. His time at Cas was over when he was subbed off and stormed into the dressing room , refusing to play any further part in the game. We needed him with a few minutes to go when someone had to come off for a head check and he just refused. Quite rightly, Powell never picked him again and shipped him out of the club on loan to a lower-division team, where he didn’t even look half decent.
I think Wigan signed him purely based on his 15 minute spell against them at Wheldon Road last year.

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Re: Mitch Clark

Post by tigerfeat » Fri Feb 14, 2020 10:06 am

nottinghamtiger wrote:
Fri Feb 14, 2020 9:51 am
stevieblunder wrote:
Thu Feb 13, 2020 10:43 pm
I was disappointed when he left Cas.
I wasn’t. He was an impact forward who would often make no impact. He had the odd good 15 minute spell, but I always thought these were on the back of others also making metres (Watts and Cook usually). That game against Wigan was by far his best and most of it was down to coming on at the same time as Cook.
He also had a very bad attitude. His time at Cas was over when he was subbed off and stormed into the dressing room , refusing to play any further part in the game. We needed him with a few minutes to go when someone had to come off for a head check and he just refused. Quite rightly, Powell never picked him again and shipped him out of the club on loan to a lower-division team, where he didn’t even look half decent.
I think Wigan signed him purely based on his 15 minute spell against them at Wheldon Road last year.
You really don't like Wigan do you ha ha
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Re: Mitch Clark

Post by Fumper27 » Fri Feb 14, 2020 10:35 am

tigerfeat wrote:
Fri Feb 14, 2020 10:06 am
nottinghamtiger wrote:
Fri Feb 14, 2020 9:51 am
stevieblunder wrote:
Thu Feb 13, 2020 10:43 pm
I was disappointed when he left Cas.
I wasn’t. He was an impact forward who would often make no impact. He had the odd good 15 minute spell, but I always thought these were on the back of others also making metres (Watts and Cook usually). That game against Wigan was by far his best and most of it was down to coming on at the same time as Cook.
He also had a very bad attitude. His time at Cas was over when he was subbed off and stormed into the dressing room , refusing to play any further part in the game. We needed him with a few minutes to go when someone had to come off for a head check and he just refused. Quite rightly, Powell never picked him again and shipped him out of the club on loan to a lower-division team, where he didn’t even look half decent.
I think Wigan signed him purely based on his 15 minute spell against them at Wheldon Road last year.
You really don't like Wigan do you ha ha
Who does???

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Re: Mitch Clark

Post by tigerfeat » Fri Feb 14, 2020 10:52 am

Fair point mate ...they will have a good back line when they get a couple of there players back but like I said last week there forwards are poor don't make many meteres forward guess that's why they brought in big georgie see how he goes...
The measure of who we are is what we do with what we have
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Re: Mitch Clark

Post by nottinghamtiger » Fri Feb 14, 2020 12:18 pm

tigerfeat wrote:
Fri Feb 14, 2020 10:06 am
nottinghamtiger wrote:
Fri Feb 14, 2020 9:51 am
stevieblunder wrote:
Thu Feb 13, 2020 10:43 pm
I was disappointed when he left Cas.
I wasn’t. He was an impact forward who would often make no impact. He had the odd good 15 minute spell, but I always thought these were on the back of others also making metres (Watts and Cook usually). That game against Wigan was by far his best and most of it was down to coming on at the same time as Cook.
He also had a very bad attitude. His time at Cas was over when he was subbed off and stormed into the dressing room , refusing to play any further part in the game. We needed him with a few minutes to go when someone had to come off for a head check and he just refused. Quite rightly, Powell never picked him again and shipped him out of the club on loan to a lower-division team, where he didn’t even look half decent.
I think Wigan signed him purely based on his 15 minute spell against them at Wheldon Road last year.
You really don't like Wigan do you ha ha
No, I don't like Wigan as a club. I think those who run the club are arrogant, petulant, hypocritical and have a superiority complex. The culture of the club is one of degrading other clubs and thinking that everyone should bow down to them. They have also been the most consistent team in terms of cheating the salary cap.
I would say, however, that I don't dislike their supporters and I don't dislike their any of their players purely because they play for Wigan.

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Re: Mitch Clark

Post by corvusxiii » Fri Feb 14, 2020 12:29 pm

We all hate Leeds but I detest Wigan.
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