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Re: Humble dud buy

Post by Yossarian » Sat 07 Jul, 2012 9:59 pm

Dud buy? It's not like he's on big bickies. For the money he's on we've got pretty good service from him. Had a bad night last night but really he's not a hooker.


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Post by jason1976 » Sat 07 Jul, 2012 10:08 pm

Yossarian wrote:Dud buy? It's not like he's on big bickies. For the money he's on we've got pretty good service from him. Had a bad night last night but really he's not a hooker.
Doesn't matter if a blokes on a packet or pocket change. They should still deliver a first grade standard.


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Post by Yossarian » Sat 07 Jul, 2012 10:19 pm

jason1976 wrote:
Yossarian wrote:Dud buy? It's not like he's on big bickies. For the money he's on we've got pretty good service from him. Had a bad night last night but really he's not a hooker.
Doesn't matter if a blokes on a packet or pocket change. They should still deliver a first grade standard.


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The pay packet is a significant measure of whether he's a dud buy... If he's not up to first grade it's not his fault he's being picked. In any case I think his performances this year have been on first grade standard.

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Post by Irvine » Sat 07 Jul, 2012 10:52 pm

Just not up to a regular first grade position but a good back up. Wouldn't say he is a dud buy.
Has tried really hard and at times looks pretty good but just has a mistake or 3 in him.

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Post by Blake93 » Sun 08 Jul, 2012 11:28 am

He saved a try with awesome defence on our goal line, hardly a dud buy


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Post by king sirro » Sun 08 Jul, 2012 11:35 am

Humble has been a very handy buy IMO. Filled in so many positions and done well in all of them. Has had a couple of bad moments at hooker due to inexperience in the position, but his effort is great, his speed out of dummy half is good and he's not afraid to tackle.

Im not a fan of Mosada. He's come up with 2 good attacking plays which will convince many he's good but besides a big shoulder charge his defence is down right second rate. Give me Humble over Mosada any day
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Post by andrew 474 » Sun 08 Jul, 2012 11:40 am

humble holding down1 position would help his game , fair buy i think

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Post by tigertown » Sun 08 Jul, 2012 1:06 pm

1/4 chicken,chips wrote:yet again im waiting to see humble produce the form some think he can produce.
Our back up players wouldnt make many first grade clubs yet Iosefa comes from vb cup and has way outperformed humble . your doing a great job Ronald.
And dont start me on Cashmere.he should have been banished after the newcastle debacle
Are you kidding yourself your blaming Humble for our losses.


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Post by TIGER » Sun 08 Jul, 2012 3:18 pm

I know what your saying about Humble he's quite obviously a borderline first grader but i think he's done a pretty good job in every position he's had to play in.
The reality is he's just too small and lacks other attributes that all the other small players have that make up for their lack of size, but i will give him this, he is not afraid to rip in and put his small frame on the line which i admire, if only some of the guys with more size would show the commitment he does we would be much higher on the ladder. In a perfect world and if we had less injuries Humble wouldn't be on the park.

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