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Post by ellery schofield » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 4:10 am

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1/4 chicken,chips wrote:
1974semifinal wrote:Ray has to step up..
thanks for the laugh .
gee keithy has trouble staying fully fit ,anyone got his stats for games played, and games out injured.
in two weeks out for three so it seems
His return for games played is ordinary,Woods has him covered in every aspect,Keith is becoming a liablity,time to take the hard line,Heighno,Lote, gone,sack Keith too,his return is abysmal.
you are a joke.

galloway was killing it throughout our 7 game streak (trying to keep up with woodsy).

people are crying out for more props and and your answer is to sack keith. are you mentally challenged?


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Post by ellery schofield » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 4:14 am

AmericanHistoryX wrote:I thought Bell played exceptionally well & could fit in Keify's spot.


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again, open your eyes mate.

his 40 metres in attack and 20 tackles (all in 50+ minutes of game time) are not the stats of a starting prop and he didn't exactly stand up to cover for keith when off the field tonight.

bell is a solid bench forward at best.

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Post by fergiefurr » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 4:21 am

With us 3 weeks generally means 5+ weeks, be surprised if kg plays again this season.


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Post by ellery schofield » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 4:26 am

fergiefurr wrote:With us 3 weeks generally means 5+ weeks, be surprised if kg plays again this season.


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thanks for your meaningless contribution.

why don't you send your fan mail to Dr Kuah and Andrew Leeds directly instead of anonymously belittling their expertise and experience on a fan forum.

this sort of stuff gets borderline defamatory given it indirectly refers to those in highly qualified professional positions.

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Post by Tigerdave » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 5:45 am

great, just great

I wonder what it's like to see the same side play? It just feels like every couple of weeks we cop an injury/suspension and barely get an opportunity to field the exact same side.


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Post by innsaneink » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 8:16 am

Kilo & Woods have been shouldering the burden of our pathetic front row recruitment

Its now starting to catch up with him...why is anyone surprised?

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Post by willow » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 8:17 am

Galloway's bravery lifts teammates
July 15, 2012
Adrian Proszenko


THE FALLOUT

Wests Tigers coach Tim Sheens expects to be without Keith Galloway for up to three weeks after the representative prop ruptured his AC joint. Despite suffering the injury late in the first half, Galloway bravely returned to action to bolster a forward pack missing Gareth Ellis and Adam Blair. ''He took a needle to finish the game but now he knows about it; it's as sore as hell,'' Sheens said. Tigers captain Robbie Farah added: ''It is [courageous] and the boys notice that; we thanked him after the game. It's pretty important. When the game's on the line you need all troops on deck and Keith took one for the team and got back out.'' Blair and Ellis will return next week.

THE MATCH

Two hookers with hearts of gold scored early. Robbie Farah, having recovered from the damage done by Nate Myles' melon, got his own scone over the line just five minutes in. Reluctant Penrith captain Kevin Kingston, not to be outdone, also scampered across. This set the tone for the match. One team would score, the other would respond. The lead changed six times all up. Tim Moltzen was involved in two of the biggest defensive plays of the night. Luke Lewis appeared destined to score against one of his suitors and while it wasn't quite the Hand of God, the Tigers fullback dislodged the ball just as Lewis appeared destined to slam it down. Minutes later, Moltzen was again in the thick of it. Luke Walsh strolled through to score, but replays suggested that Moltzen was taken out by new signing Shane Shackleton. Was this another obstruction of justice? Video ref Bernard Sutton controversially pushed the green button.

WHAT THE GAME MEANS FOR THE TIGERS

This is a seriously streaky team. One win. Five losses. Seven wins. Three losses. Hopefully for them this is the start of another positive sequence. This was a crucial result. The Tigers, having stemmed the bleeding after leaking 112 points in their previous three losses, have now climbed into the top eight.

WHAT THE GAME MEANS FOR THE PANTHERS

This is what the short-term pain feels like. At least there were some positive signs. Sometime first-grader Michael Jennings was electric. They were every chance of a upset until Chris Heighington - yes, you have read this right - produced a left-foot step to seal the game.

WHAT THE TIGERS SAID

Tigers coach Tim Sheens: ''Obviously the two points are very valuable given what's happening in the competition at the moment.''

WHAT THE PANTHERS SAID

Panthers coach Ivan Cleary: ''We did things in that game to secure two points. But that's where we are at the moment, it's why we're sitting where we are.''

THE WEEK AHEAD

Benji Marshall is now a halfback. Johnathan Thurston wears the No.6. They may have switched roles in recent times but both hold the key to success in next Monday's Tigers-Cowboys clash. The Panthers are back at home against the Roosters next Sunday. They will be under pressure for a different reason - only Parramatta stands between them and the spoon.

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Post by red dogg » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 8:21 am

The bloke took a needle to get back out there and help the boys win and u guys want him sacked.... gee wizz
the same bloke wore a boot all week and took needles on game days to play with a broken foot one yr and make the semis, another yr played on with a disocated finger for wks on end which now has no use...
maybe took at what he does to the team.... woodsy great form has come with kg next to him... ask woods himself keith is our leader....
your an idiot if u think he is useless....

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Post by Fraze23 » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 10:28 am

Perfect opportunity for Blair to put his hand up to be counted. Pretty simple playing prop, run the ball and make tackles. You don't need much of a structure to do this.


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Post by happy tiger » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 10:36 am

Again I will remind all Who was missing during our 5 game losing streak

KEITH GALLAWAY

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Post by Frank the tank » Sun 15 Jul, 2012 10:38 am

Fraze23 wrote:Perfect opportunity for Blair to put his hand up to be counted. Pretty simple playing prop, run the ball and make tackles. You don't need much of a structure to do this.


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No more excuses for Mr Blair. Time to stand up and play to your potential.
I'm not a complete idiot.............there are some pieces missing!

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