[Match Discussion] Wigan At Home

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Re: [Match Discussion] Wigan At Home

Post by Sharlotiger » 06 Jun 2022, 13:33

Hard to tell which team had been on the beer all week celebrating .

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Re: [Match Discussion] Wigan At Home

Post by Tamworth Tiger » 06 Jun 2022, 13:36

FIat Capper wrote: 06 Jun 2022, 12:39
FIat Capper wrote: 01 Jun 2022, 15:54
old cas lass wrote: 01 Jun 2022, 15:17
tigerfeat wrote: 01 Jun 2022, 15:04 As long as .... Child's is not the referee we will be ok...
He is.
Well I feel Childs usually has a game of two halves, so to speak. favours one team in the first half and then evens it up in the second. We just need to make the most of our share...
Think I got this spot on. He was all Wigan and helped swing the momentum but then gave Cas quite a few penalties in the final 20mins to even things up.

By the way, I'm not blaming him. what has become apparent, and I think Radders has referenced something similar, is that when things don't go our way, the players react poorly. Heads go down, discipline worsens and we just dig a deeper hole to get out of.

The players need to realise that when things aren't going your way, you work harder, you dig deeper and you bend your [Cut out the swearing] back.
I thought Childs was pretty fair. We did quite well early on with set restarts. I thought he had got a few calls wrong, but when I watched the match back I didn’t have a problem.

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Re: [Match Discussion] Wigan At Home

Post by hazzy » 06 Jun 2022, 16:09

I was pleased at 12 - nil, but why wasn't I convinced, Cas would go on and win, they should have done, all that talk about Wigan on the "lash", Cas being fitter, not a bit of it, Cas are not fit, I said at half time, if Wigan throw the ball about in the 2nd half Cas will loose, their defence is (being kind) rubbish, Cas allowed Wigan numerus times to get from their own 20 to Cas's 20 in 5 sets, with Wigan running, and Cas jogging, there was only going to be one winner, why can't Radders see this, and as for Olpherts :x

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Re: [Match Discussion] Wigan At Home

Post by gateman » 06 Jun 2022, 17:01

great for half a match but our old lads can not do 80 mins the younger fitter mobile Wigan ripped us to bits time for some of our fringe players to have a crack

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Re: [Match Discussion] Wigan At Home

Post by casfanfromcov » 06 Jun 2022, 19:17

I just don't get why we kept running blindly down the middle. Getting the ball out to Eden was the only way we were going to score. If we had played Qareqare, we would also have had another option down the right

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Re: [Match Discussion] Wigan At Home

Post by Tigers1926 » 06 Jun 2022, 19:17

The classic "Game Of Two Halves" . Was absolutely shocked at how we went about the 2nd half 😳

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Re: [Match Discussion] Wigan At Home

Post by Fumper27 » 06 Jun 2022, 19:37

Tamworth Tiger wrote: 06 Jun 2022, 13:36
FIat Capper wrote: 06 Jun 2022, 12:39
FIat Capper wrote: 01 Jun 2022, 15:54
old cas lass wrote: 01 Jun 2022, 15:17
tigerfeat wrote: 01 Jun 2022, 15:04 As long as .... Child's is not the referee we will be ok...
He is.
Well I feel Childs usually has a game of two halves, so to speak. favours one team in the first half and then evens it up in the second. We just need to make the most of our share...
Think I got this spot on. He was all Wigan and helped swing the momentum but then gave Cas quite a few penalties in the final 20mins to even things up.

By the way, I'm not blaming him. what has become apparent, and I think Radders has referenced something similar, is that when things don't go our way, the players react poorly. Heads go down, discipline worsens and we just dig a deeper hole to get out of.

The players need to realise that when things aren't going your way, you work harder, you dig deeper and you bend your [Cut out the swearing] back.
I thought Childs was pretty fair. We did quite well early on with set restarts. I thought he had got a few calls wrong, but when I watched the match back I didn’t have a problem.
Same here. He got all the 50/50 right in my eyes.

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Re: [Match Discussion] Wigan At Home

Post by Big Shug » 06 Jun 2022, 21:15

Dreadful second half a continuation of the Salford game from 2 weeks before. We look clueless, unfit and no enthusiasm to win a game of rugby. Radford’s honeymoon period ends on the close of this season. Let’s see what is dished up 2023 with the majority of his signings with cash being freed up.

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Re: [Match Discussion] Wigan At Home

Post by CasRus » 07 Jun 2022, 10:00

Big Shug wrote: 06 Jun 2022, 21:15 Dreadful second half a continuation of the Salford game from 2 weeks before. We look clueless, unfit and no enthusiasm to win a game of rugby. Radford’s honeymoon period ends on the close of this season. Let’s see what is dished up 2023 with the majority of his signings with cash being freed up.
Yep you were right on that second half collapse !! The team have gone from "Classy Cas" to "Crashy Cas" !! ....yes I know that is a bit naff !! Ha Ha !!

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