Moses Mbye’s first question

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Re: Moses Mbye’s first question

Post by TheDaBoss » Thu 22 Nov, 2018 11:45 am

willow wrote:
Thu 22 Nov, 2018 11:43 am
WT2K wrote:
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Tigerdon wrote:
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Mbye is our best fullback, so he should play there. I’m not sure who our second best fullback will be in 2019 but there would be daylight between Mbye and our next option
Agree, I'd be keeping him at fullback.
Yeah I wouldn't be moving him from fullback.
yeah i agree, unless he gets injured during next season...then dylan smith would have to be a stand in
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Post by TSupps05 » Thu 22 Nov, 2018 7:26 pm

I thought Mbye looked really good at fullback last year. He is only going to get better as he becomes more accustomed to the position.

I look at him as our fullback for the next 3 -4 years hopefully
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Post by sideline eye » Thu 22 Nov, 2018 11:32 pm

Absolutely he will be our fullback next year. He may not be as good as Tedesco at this stage but I do believe that he will be an elite class fullback, given that he went so well last year and was called into the Qld, State of origin camp after only playing half the season at fullback.

I know it's true that different coaches like different styles of players but the thing they have in common is that they can all recognise class and I doubt that Maguire will want him to play any other position.

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Post by Demps » Thu 22 Nov, 2018 11:42 pm

Mbye looks good when he tries.
I did notice a few occasions where he appeared as if he wasn't trying - somewhat coasting through the game - this stuff isn't going to fly under Madge's watch.

Expecting big things from the Noosa boy in 2019.
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Post by innsaneink » Fri 23 Nov, 2018 5:33 am

Not many players come to mind when it comes to not having a red hot crack at it....its extremely obvious when you see it,
Darius at Newcastle, Bryce Cartwright...our own Timid Moltz...have seen it from MM


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Post by Harvey » Fri 23 Nov, 2018 6:51 am

innsaneink wrote:
Fri 23 Nov, 2018 5:33 am
Not many players come to mind when it comes to not having a red hot crack at it....its extremely obvious when you see it,
Darius at Newcastle, Bryce Cartwright...our own Timid Moltz...have seen it from MM
Add Lolohea to that list

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Post by Tigerdon » Fri 23 Nov, 2018 8:00 am

Harvey wrote:
Fri 23 Nov, 2018 6:51 am
innsaneink wrote:
Fri 23 Nov, 2018 5:33 am
Not many players come to mind when it comes to not having a red hot crack at it....its extremely obvious when you see it,
Darius at Newcastle, Bryce Cartwright...our own Timid Moltz...have seen it from MM
Add Lolohea to that list
Mbye isn’t anywhere near that list.
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Post by Demps » Fri 23 Nov, 2018 9:29 am

Tigerdon wrote:
Fri 23 Nov, 2018 8:00 am
Harvey wrote:
Fri 23 Nov, 2018 6:51 am
innsaneink wrote:
Fri 23 Nov, 2018 5:33 am
Not many players come to mind when it comes to not having a red hot crack at it....its extremely obvious when you see it,
Darius at Newcastle, Bryce Cartwright...our own Timid Moltz...have seen it from MM
Add Lolohea to that list
Mbye isn’t anywhere near that list.
I'm a Mbye fan.
He's a 50/50 player.

Not as bad as Hayne.
But defo needs to become a 100 player.
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Post by softlaw » Fri 23 Nov, 2018 9:45 am

He needs to work hard on ordering our defensive line. More talking/ yelling/ directing from the back.
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Post by happy tiger » Fri 23 Nov, 2018 12:41 pm

snowleopard wrote:
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You will notice Madge talking about our spine Josh, Benji, Brooks and Farah. No mention of Liddle or Mbye.

Mbye article is interesting in light of Madge’s appointment. He is strong, fast and agile with a good pass. His negatives are he runs soft and is lazy in defence and getting back.
Madge will either make his career or end it.

I have a hunch he’s not Madge’s type
Of fullback.
I noticed the lack of talk about Liddle, but your right, he omitted Mybe aswell.
Maybe just an oversight but it's interesting that Mybe has came out with what he said.
Was thinking same thing...listened to all the interviews and no mention of Mbye and then the article comes that he has not spoken to Madge and doesn’t know anything. Very strange from both for one of our highest paid players
I don't know if I'd read too much into it Snowy ... he almost forgot to mention Rowdy as well ....

Can you imagine the uproar if he mentioned Liddle and Thompson and left out Marshall and Farah as an example .....

I think in the situations like that when being interviewed certain names roll off the lips , far better to forget Liddle than Benji or Robbie :lol:

26 more questions follow if you do that :shock: and a terse , tense look from Robbie and the sudden feeling on knives digging into your back























Just joking Robbie :lol:

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Post by snowleopard » Fri 23 Nov, 2018 4:46 pm

Yeah mate you are probably right and just a coincidence

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Post by Masterton » Sat 24 Nov, 2018 11:31 am

Gone are the days of loyalty': Mbye says Klemmer's Knights move a sign of the times
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The pending move of David Klemmer to Newcastle should come as the biggest wake-up call to rugby league fans that loyalty in the NRL is its rarest commodity.

"It's funny it involves Klem because he's one of the most loyal blokes you'll meet," Klemmer's good friend and former Canterbury teammate Moses Mbye told Fairfax Media. "At the end of the day in the modern game even coaches are now [breaking contract]. You have to do what's best for you and your family.S

"If Klem goes to Newcastle he'll get himself a nice pay packet, he's got a family to support. Gone are the days of loyalty.

"You only have to look at the leadership in the game with coaches changing clubs. That's how it goes know. If you get an opportunity you take it.

"That's why you can't hold a grudge against Ivan [Cleary], you can't hold a grudge against Klem. That's the way it goes now and it will continue that way.

"One-club players will become more rare."

Valentine Holmes continued the trend of breaking contracts when he walked out on Cronulla this week to pursue an NFL career. Scenes in Brisbane this week have become farcical as Wayne Bennett returned to the club - seemingly only to await an imminent swap deal with South Sydney's Anthony Seibold, even though they are signed up their respective clubs for another 12 months.

John Sutton at South Sydney, Mitch Aubusson at the Sydney Roosters and Paul Gallen at Cronulla are the last of their kind.

Klemmer's rich four-year deal with the Knights is expected to be rubber-stamped next week.

Former Bulldog Mbye was squeezed out of Belmore before June 30 and lured to the Tigers by Cleary, only for the coach to return to Penrith with two years to run on his own deal.

While Mbye believed Cleary's integrity would have taken a hit with the general public and fans, "those who know him or have worked with him know he's a quality guy".

"The outcome is we've got a quality coach and a premiership coach on board in Michael Maguire," Mbye said. "Ivan had an opportunity come up and it was too good to refuse. It ticked all his boxes. He got to coach his son. You can't begrudge him for that. Not in the modern game.

"Maguire has got the credentials to get us to premiership contenders.

"He's got a reputation for hard work, he's passionate, he's had a 12-month spell from the game and no doubt he's kept the fire in the belly and he's raring to go."

Only rusted-on fans expect the Tigers to improve and end their seven-year NRL finals exile next year.

Mbye said the first thing that struck him when he arrived at Concord was the team's spirit, and now with Maguire's tough work ethic, things looked bright.

"We're not the most star-studded roster in the competition, we don't have a lot of Origin players and internationals, but we work hard for each other," Mbye said. "We beat a couple of the best sides in the competition only to bottom out a bit in the middle of the season. People can forget how much effort and how tiring it is for a young and inexperienced group to knock over the giants and then get up again. It can be taxing."

The sight of a fit Josh Reynolds was one of the early highlights at the joint venture the past few weeks, while Zane Musgrove will add some grunt up, front provided he can also remain fit.

The Tigers have one more spot to fill on their 30-man roster and are in the market for an outside back.



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Post by matchball » Sat 24 Nov, 2018 1:04 pm

"Only rusted-on fans expect the Tigers to improve and end their seven-year NRL finals exile next year"

I am confused by this statement.

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Post by Masterton » Sat 24 Nov, 2018 1:16 pm

matchball wrote:
Sat 24 Nov, 2018 1:04 pm
"Only rusted-on fans expect the Tigers to improve and end their seven-year NRL finals exile next year"

I am confused by this statement.
Yep. We're no certainties, but we already have a better squad than last year. One place higher wouldn't take a miracle.
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Post by The Patriot » Sat 24 Nov, 2018 2:19 pm

After reading the article couldnt help but feel a little flat.

Fight for your position mate!

This ill play anywhere in the 17 thing doesnt cut it imo.

Only excuse could be he wants the 6 jumper and was trying to be nice.
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Post by Telltails » Sat 24 Nov, 2018 2:25 pm

A bit too cruisy is Mybe - and kind of plays that way too. Needs to lift his intensity and urgency on the field, to get anywhere close to he considered "elite" imo.

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Post by Tigerdon » Sat 24 Nov, 2018 3:11 pm

Telltails wrote:
Sat 24 Nov, 2018 2:25 pm
A bit too cruisy is Mybe - and kind of plays that way too. Needs to lift his intensity and urgency on the field, to get anywhere close to he considered "elite" imo.
Madge maybe the coach that Mbye needs to help him brake out as one of the top fullbacks. Madge might give an intensity boost.
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Post by GNR4LIFE » Sat 24 Nov, 2018 3:31 pm

Telltails wrote:
Sat 24 Nov, 2018 2:25 pm
A bit too cruisy is Mybe - and kind of plays that way too. Needs to lift his intensity and urgency on the field, to get anywhere close to he considered "elite" imo.
Not really impressed with the way he blew off the Cleary drama. I know he’s probably only trying to be diplomatic, but still.

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