That's funny. Gorden Tallis reminds me of Farouktigertye wrote:The amount of times he said "the vibe" gave me a giggle. Reminded me of Dennis Denuto in The Castle.
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Yep, knew what you meant and it's a valid and somewhat ironic point. I guess that is what happens at the end of player's careers.cktiger wrote: My mistake GB, got my coaches mixed up, but my point was that Farah is being pushed out of the team because Taylor wants to give more freedom to Moses (and Brooks) when Farah was his biggest supporter.
Think Darren Lehman when Michael Clarke came onto the scene.
Your right ck. Moses was always going to succeed and there is little wonder considering his ancestry (do you like that Nelson)cktiger wrote:Moses has always going to be a star.
I've said since before he even played first grade he would be a champion and, with luck from the injury gods, he could end up being a very special player.
Apart from him we've got so much talent in this team it's not funny.
These young guys were always going to take time to get consistency into their games - and they're nearly there.
I don't think you can say Taylor has done anything to make them better but the fact is they are gaining experience every week by playing.
Oddly enough it was Farah who pushed Moses case to play first grade before Taylor even considered him.
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