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Re: Turning point

Posted: Tue 20 Aug, 2013 1:43 am
by stryker
mtd wrote:
happy tiger wrote:2011 was our turning point
benjis kick out on the full v dragons in the qualifying final...
Yep all his fault MTD....change the bloody record will ya?

Turning point

Posted: Tue 20 Aug, 2013 3:31 am
by AmericanHistoryX
Fraze23 wrote:Makes me wonder if Potter actually wants to keep his job sometimes. Anasta at halfback, Marshall captain, Iosefa on the bench. Can't blame him for the season, but gees he's made some s*** decisions along the way. It gets harder to defend the bloke each week.
you must be get sun burnt quickly.

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Turning point

Posted: Tue 20 Aug, 2013 3:35 am
by AmericanHistoryX
AmericanHistoryX wrote:
Fraze23 wrote:Makes me wonder if Potter actually wants to keep his job sometimes. Anasta at halfback, Marshall captain, Iosefa on the bench. Can't blame him for the season, but gees he's made some s*** decisions along the way. It gets harder to defend the bloke each week.
you must be get sun burnt quickly.

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scrap the be - not grammatically accurate. Don't ask me how it got there. Its yet another mystery in my life.

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Re: Turning point

Posted: Tue 20 Aug, 2013 8:24 am
by 2041
The turning point was signing Blair, surely?

Re: Turning point

Posted: Tue 20 Aug, 2013 8:27 am
by Chadman's Ghost
Turning point was halftime- the Roosters stopped trying to play 'pretty' & just decided to run AT the Tigers.

Once they did that, the Tigers got shown up as unable to handle the physical nature of the Roosters pack. The turning point had nothing to do with the Tigers.

Re: Turning point

Posted: Tue 20 Aug, 2013 8:53 am
by Gary Bakerloo
With reference to last night's match the turning point in my opinion was Benji missing touch after Roosters gave a penalty away in possession in Wests 20m. 10 minutes left and Wests had done well to hold on to that point and if he found touch, they could have gone into half time even or perhaps even in front - a great confidence boost.

Missed touch, led to 3 more handling errors in the 30m area and Roosters scored.

You just knew if Roosters scored first in the second half the wheels would fall off.

Agree with the sentiment of why Iosefa was picked. I was bemused as I thought the young hooker plays well and provides sound direction and structure.

Re: Turning point

Posted: Tue 20 Aug, 2013 9:09 am
by simonthetiger
Gary Bakerloo wrote:With reference to last night's match the turning point in my opinion was Benji missing touch after Roosters gave a penalty away in possession in Wests 20m. 10 minutes left and Wests had done well to hold on to that point and if he found touch, they could have gone into half time even or perhaps even in front - a great confidence boost.

Agreed,I cant believe no one else has mentioned it.

We were hanging in there,and that mistake knocked the stuffing out of us AGAIN.

Rookie mistake AGAIN.......

Re: Turning point

Posted: Tue 20 Aug, 2013 9:11 am
by smeghead
The worst part about the missed touch finder is that Anasta had been charged with kicking, he was doing well. But Benji has to go away from instruction and try the glory kick

Re: Turning point

Posted: Tue 20 Aug, 2013 9:15 am
by piquet339
Who in first grade fails to find touch these days? I've hardly seen it this season, but I can distinctly remember Benji doing it at least 3 times this year and I haven't even seen every game in full...

Re: Turning point

Posted: Tue 20 Aug, 2013 9:22 am
by Gary Bakerloo
smeghead wrote:and try the glory kick
...into the wind.

Re: Turning point

Posted: Tue 20 Aug, 2013 9:26 am
by smeghead
Gary Bakerloo wrote:
smeghead wrote:and try the glory kick
...into the wind.
Yup. That is the crap that makes up the great percentage of his legacy.

Re: Turning point

Posted: Tue 20 Aug, 2013 9:44 am
by simonthetiger
I cant believe I feel this way about Bunji......I dead set feel dirty baggin one of our best but wow he is just plain awful and I cant wait for him to go.

Cant believe I feel like this.......

Re: Turning point

Posted: Tue 20 Aug, 2013 9:50 am
by happy tiger
simonthetiger wrote:
Gary Bakerloo wrote:With reference to last night's match the turning point in my opinion was Benji missing touch after Roosters gave a penalty away in possession in Wests 20m. 10 minutes left and Wests had done well to hold on to that point and if he found touch, they could have gone into half time even or perhaps even in front - a great confidence boost.

Agreed,I cant believe no one else has mentioned it.

We were hanging in there,and that mistake knocked the stuffing out of us AGAIN.

Rookie mistake AGAIN.......
I realize he doesn't do this all the time , but have you noticed that Benji at least one or twice a match when taking penalty kicks actually kicks for the sideline that is farther away

I know sometimes you may want to set for a particular move ,but with his issues with not finding touch you think " just get the basics right please "

Re: Turning point

Posted: Tue 20 Aug, 2013 9:56 am
by Snake
simonthetiger wrote:I cant believe I feel this way about Bunji......I dead set feel dirty baggin one of our best but wow he is just plain awful and I cant wait for him to go.

Cant believe I feel like this.......
Feel the same mate , what's happened .

Re: Turning point

Posted: Tue 20 Aug, 2013 10:12 am
by simonthetiger
Snake wrote:
simonthetiger wrote:I cant believe I feel this way about Bunji......I dead set feel dirty baggin one of our best but wow he is just plain awful and I cant wait for him to go.

Cant believe I feel like this.......
Feel the same mate , what's happened .

As a supporter,this has been the lowest year for me in an eternity.

04 was bad...but this just keeps getting worse,hit after hit.

Re: Turning point

Posted: Tue 20 Aug, 2013 10:14 am
by smeghead
It is the only time since the Lamb years I have been embarrassed by WT.

Players dogging it is the lowest act on a field