Benji Marshall comes up against Wests Tigers

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Benji Marshall comes up against Wests Tigers

Unread post by the third » Tue 22 Jul, 2014 10:12 pm

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I'm pretty sure that my cousins uncles brothers twin sister said that farah had lunch with tricky's cousins brothers fathers dog walker. He's a certainty to sign for the raiders since they missed out on ennis. Remember, you heard it here first

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Unread post by hobbo » Tue 22 Jul, 2014 10:30 pm

Milky wrote:I AM FAMOUS! #4 #the #h8ers
When you become the Wests Tigers recruitment officer or even the Wests Tigers CEO Milky , don't forget us fellow forum members who helped you along the way !
Free corporate boxes for us forum members would be nice !!! ....and a free key ring lol

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Unread post by tig_prmz » Tue 22 Jul, 2014 10:38 pm

With great power comes great responsibility. We need to be more careful of what we say now. Tomorrow, our opinions could be on ch9

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Unread post by Justo » Tue 22 Jul, 2014 10:46 pm

I'd read an article by Milky any day of the week. That kid knows his stuff. Except if it's about gambling. ;-)

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Unread post by hobbo » Tue 22 Jul, 2014 10:47 pm

tig_prmz wrote:With great power comes great responsibility. We need to be more careful of what we say now. Tomorrow, our opinions could be on ch9

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Channel 9 would be still trying to work out the 'Laurie Daley Pearl Of Wisdom Thread'

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Unread post by happy tiger » Tue 22 Jul, 2014 11:26 pm

hobbo2803 wrote:
tig_prmz wrote:With great power comes great responsibility. We need to be more careful of what we say now. Tomorrow, our opinions could be on ch9

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Channel 9 would be still trying to work out the 'Laurie Daley Pearl Of Wisdom Thread'

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And what would they think of some of Alien's old threads :shock:

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Unread post by Aladinsane » Wed 23 Jul, 2014 5:35 am

Benji Marshall ready to face old Tigers teammates
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"I pride myself on passing whatever I know to help out the young guys whenever I can": former Wests Tigers playmaker Benji Marshall. Photo: Getty Images
Benji Marshall says he takes great pride in watching the development of Wests Tigers youngsters Luke Brooks and Mitchell Moses as he prepares to face his former teammates for the first time on Sunday.

While Marshall played down the clash, all the focus will be on the two No.7s when Marshall and Brooks cross paths at ANZ Stadium. The talents of Brooks and Moses helped lead to Marshall’s departure from the club at the end of last year, ending his stint at 201 top-grade games at the club.

Marshall said he had worked closely with the duo and understood the pressure on Brooks.

''I pride myself on passing whatever I know to help out the young guys whenever I can,'' he said. ''I have been that young guy before and had guys like Scott Prince, Mark O'Neill, John Skandalis helping me out. I knew they were talented and were going to be stars. I just wanted to try to help wherever I can. That's no different to what I am doing [at the Dragons].

''I feel a little bit sorry for Brooksy. Before I left there was a lot of pressure being placed on him to be the next Joey [Andrew Johns], which is a big call because Joey is an Immortal and probably the greatest player of all time. He doesn't need that. He is a kid who is in his first season of first grade who is performing pretty good. You just don't need those raps. Sure he might end up being the next Joey but for now he doesn't need to be.''

Marshall has landed at St George Illawarra – an unlikely proposition a year ago when he decided to switch to rugby union. He said he was unsure what emotions he would feel and the feedback he'll receive from Tigers fans on Sunday.

''I don't know,'' he said. ''I have never really been in that situation. It's more about improving on my performance and trying to get back to the last couple of weeks of just controlling the team, good kicking game and putting the other team under pressure. That's basically what I am going to be thinking this week, more than who we're playing.

''I’ve played enough emotional games, big games, to know what it's going to be like. As far as I am concerned, I had 12 years, the best years of my life, won a competition there, met some great friends and became friends with a lot of the fans. Whatever happens, happens. I know there is a lot of emotion in sport and people get a little bit filthy on players who leave clubs. But I am not the first person to leave the club and I won't be the last.''

Marshall scored his first four-pointer for the Dragons in their 21-12 loss to Manly on Monday night, eight games into his NRL return. He pointed to his wrists when he crossed in honour of a young relative who died of cancer recently.

Marshall said he had focused on himself during his transition at the Dragons.

''I have been focusing on myself more than anything,'' he said. ''I am trying to stay out of the media and focus on playing footy. Footy has been my priority. Probably the first time I have been a little selfish like that to try to be as good as I can. I have done enough worrying about other people in the past and trying to fix everything and trying to be in control of things that I wasn't in control of. Now it's about [what] I can only control myself and that's trying to play my best for the club"

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Unread post by tigerbenji » Wed 23 Jul, 2014 5:54 am

Milky takes over from Paul Vautin on the Footy Show, And i will start watching it again.

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Unread post by Cultured Bogan » Wed 23 Jul, 2014 8:23 am

happy tiger wrote:
hobbo2803 wrote:
tig_prmz wrote:With great power comes great responsibility. We need to be more careful of what we say now. Tomorrow, our opinions could be on ch9

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Channel 9 would be still trying to work out the 'Laurie Daley Pearl Of Wisdom Thread'

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And what would they think of some of Alien's old threads :shock:
That Souffs supporting turncoat? The average IQ of this forum probably rose about 80 points the day he was banned.
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