Saints are awful

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Re: Saints are awful

Post by LCA » Tue 10 Mar, 2015 7:15 pm

Widdop gave a master class against us last year. He was outstanding. So, next Monday night it's Widdop v Moses and Marshall v Brooks.

How are we feeling?

IMO all will be fine if our forwards dominate theirs. But, I mean DOMINATE.

With Lawrence picked to start, things are looking problematic.


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Post by southerntiger » Tue 10 Mar, 2015 8:05 pm

hobbo2803 wrote:
Goose wrote:Im going to break my own rule here, but I think Dugan is soft.

If he gets a knock he comes off, doesnt know the difference between hurt and injured.
I wouldn't call him soft .. "Fragile" is a more an appropriate term .

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Past coaches have had problems with Dugan of going off injured only to miraculous recover.

His injuries only seem to last 40 mins hence the description "soft" being apt.

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Post by larrycorowa » Tue 10 Mar, 2015 8:11 pm

They will be much better this week and we will have to be much better to win

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Post by sheer64 » Tue 10 Mar, 2015 8:45 pm

We will have another very close match. Their defense was good, only issue they need to fix is they were caught on their heels a few times when the Storm were coming off their line, mainly dummy half runs. Also I was very critical of the referees marking the 10 for the storm in the first half they were never back more that 8 and rushing up. But as per normal they get away with it. If Dugan is out increases our chances immensely.
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Post by Goose » Tue 10 Mar, 2015 10:30 pm

hobbo2803 wrote:
Goose wrote:Im going to break my own rule here, but I think Dugan is soft.

If he gets a knock he comes off, doesnt know the difference between hurt and injured.
I wouldn't call him soft .. "Fragile" is a more an appropriate term .

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I never call players soft, cause they generally get found out well before NRL if they are.

But this bloke goes off like he is totally gone for nothing to be found all too often.

A couple years back he was claiming to be injured, they could not find an injury and sent him to all the experts, still couldnt find anything, word on the street is they concluded he was a bit footy sore and didnt want to play through it....not long before they punted him

One of his Canberra team mates virtaully called him out during the cruiser saga, talking about Ferguson he said something like "He is loose too, but at least he has a go on the field"

stinging from a team mate.

As i said , never call a player soft, but something is a miss with Dugan.


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Post by hobbo » Tue 10 Mar, 2015 10:46 pm

Goose wrote:
hobbo2803 wrote:
Goose wrote:Im going to break my own rule here, but I think Dugan is soft.

If he gets a knock he comes off, doesnt know the difference between hurt and injured.
I wouldn't call him soft .. "Fragile" is a more an appropriate term .

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I never call players soft, cause they generally get found out well before NRL if they are.

But this bloke goes off like he is totally gone for nothing to be found all too often.

A couple years back he was claiming to be injured, they could not find an injury and sent him to all the experts, still couldnt find anything, word on the street is they concluded he was a bit footy sore and didnt want to play through it....not long before they punted him

One of his Canberra team mates virtaully called him out during the cruiser saga, talking about Ferguson he said something like "He is loose too, but at least he has a go on the field"

stinging from a team mate.

As i said , never call a player soft, but something is a miss with Dugan.
Fair enough .

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Post by Flippedy » Tue 10 Mar, 2015 11:03 pm

Goose wrote:
hobbo2803 wrote:
Goose wrote:Im going to break my own rule here, but I think Dugan is soft.

If he gets a knock he comes off, doesnt know the difference between hurt and injured.
I wouldn't call him soft .. "Fragile" is a more an appropriate term .

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I never call players soft, cause they generally get found out well before NRL if they are.

But this bloke goes off like he is totally gone for nothing to be found all too often.

A couple years back he was claiming to be injured, they could not find an injury and sent him to all the experts, still couldnt find anything, word on the street is they concluded he was a bit footy sore and didnt want to play through it....not long before they punted him

One of his Canberra team mates virtaully called him out during the cruiser saga, talking about Ferguson he said something like "He is loose too, but at least he has a go on the field"

stinging from a team mate.

As i said , never call a player soft, but something is a miss with Dugan.
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Post by Tigertigertiger » Tue 10 Mar, 2015 11:10 pm

Hope Dugan is out, would love to see George Rose shifted to fullback

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Post by Eye Of Da Tiger » Thu 12 Mar, 2015 9:00 pm

Spoke to a Dragons player today. Dugan will most likely miss 2 weeks ,grade 1 tear. Known for his theatrics amongst the playing group.The player told me he would not play Monday night?

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Post by Eddie » Mon 16 Mar, 2015 9:45 pm

I was wrong.

I thought Saint were awful.

They are worse then that.

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Post by Flippedy » Mon 16 Mar, 2015 9:49 pm

A paltry 8 points scored in 2 games. Mary must be tearing his hair out.....oh that's right he doesn't have any :lol:
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Post by Geo. » Mon 16 Mar, 2015 9:49 pm

You only play as well as your opposition lets you...
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Post by Newtown » Mon 16 Mar, 2015 9:55 pm

The real test is next Sunday. Stick with it Tigers.

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