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Re: NSW Selector Tips the Bulldogs!

Post by Tigerpete » Thu 03 Jun, 2010 3:05 pm

Not surprised. He usually sticks with the tigers when they play the sharks and thats about it. I don't know if he's got it in for us or not but he clearly doesn't rate us.


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Post by NZTiger » Thu 03 Jun, 2010 3:23 pm

Yeah I get sick to death of Daley too. Clearly a Tigers hater. Hope the Tigers will do their talking on the field and spank those sorry doggies. Farah won't get picked for game 2 so a great opporunity for Robbie to play his game and land a big 'told you so' into Laurie's nose!
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Post by KingOvKingz09 » Thu 03 Jun, 2010 3:29 pm

he also thought the team they picked would beat QLD
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Post by willow » Thu 03 Jun, 2010 5:44 pm

Preview: Bulldogs v Wests Tigers
Scott Brooks

VENUE & TIME: ANZ Stadium, Friday, June 4, 7.35pm (AEST)
COVERAGE: Channel 9
HEAD TO HEADPlayed 19, Bulldogs 11, Tigers 8
LAST TIME: Bulldogs 24 - Tigers 4 at SFS, Round 6, 2010

WALKING WOUNDED: Both the Bulldogs and Tigers remain unchanged this week, but the Tigers have received some mixed news regarding a couple of their injured players. Hulking winger Taniela Tuiaki (badly broken ankle) is not expected to play at all this season, but on a more positive note, half-back Tim Moltzen is now rated a slight chance of making a return before the finals from a knee injury suffered earlier in the season. Bulldogs pivot Ben Roberts is not expected to make his return from an ankle injury until Round 18.

FORM: There's something massively astray out Canterbury way, with the Bulldogs slumping to their fourth-straight defeat last Sunday - a forgetful 12-23 loss to a severely understrength Melbourne Storm side which was playing for little more than pride. The drama surrounding Ben Hannant's early release to Brisbane was hardly a positive for the club and now we hear that stalwarts Andrew Ryan and Luke Patten could be off to England at the conclusion of the season. Discontent in the kennel possibly?
The Tigers are well and truly back on track, smashing the Warriors 50-6 at Campbelltown last Friday night to confirm much-needed back-to-back victories. They were so dominant in the second stanza that a score of 70-80 points wouldn't have been out of the question had a few more of their passes stuck. The big win moved the merged club up to sixth spot on the NRL ladder and into the positive in terms of for-and-against.

WHO'S HOT: Former Panthers back Geoff Daniela made his first real statement in a Tigers jersey last Friday night when he raced in a hat-trick of tries against the Warriors. A groin injury to regular centre Blake Ayshford has opened the door for the elusive centre to show just what he is capable of in the top grade.

WE THINK: Press the rewind button back a couple of months and the Bulldogs were underperforming and under siege heading into their Round six clash with the Tigers. The result was a morale-boosting 20-point win over the then in-form Wests side in a result that was supposed to kick-start the Doggies' season. It failed to do that, but Friday night's game does present a similar scenario and it wouldn't surprise to see the Bulldogs produce another backs-to-the-wall performance to answer their growing number of critics. The Dogs will be desperate and have a good enough line-up to do the business against opposition that struggles for consistency. Bulldogs by 6.

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Post by willow » Thu 03 Jun, 2010 5:46 pm

Canterbury v Wests Tigers
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June 3, 2010

Friday, ANZ Stadium, 7.35pm
Referees: Shayne Hayne and Alan Shortall
Head to head: Bulldogs 11, Tigers 8
Last clash: Bulldogs 24 bt Tigers 4 at Sydney Football Stadium (rd 6, 2010)
TAB SportsBet: Tigers $1.70, Bulldogs $2.10
FootyTab: Bulldogs +2.5

These two teams met in round six, when the Bulldogs won 24-4. The Bulldogs won again the following week, over the Broncos, but since then have lost four straight - against the Eels, Dragons, Panthers and Storm. It's been a tough draw for them, but they've still been disappointing. The Storm were without Billy Slater, Greg Inglis, Cameron Smith and Brett White, but still the Bulldogs couldn't get into the game. They trailed 23-0 before clawing back late to make it 23-12.

That loss to the Bulldogs was the start of a slump for the Tigers, who went on to make it four straight losses. The Panthers, Roosters and Rabbitohs were the other teams that beat them. But the 50-10 loss to the Rabbitohs really shook them up, and was the catalyst for a revival over the last two rounds. They have beaten the Knights and Warriors, scoring a total of 73 points and conceding just 12. The Bulldogs have had injuries, but are getting close to full strength again. That makes them dangerous, but the Tigers deserve slight favouritism.


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Post by Granto87 » Thu 03 Jun, 2010 5:57 pm

willow wrote:Preview: Bulldogs v Wests Tigers
Scott Brooks

VENUE & TIME: ANZ Stadium, Friday, June 4, 7.35pm (AEST)
COVERAGE: Channel 9
HEAD TO HEADPlayed 19, Bulldogs 11, Tigers 8
LAST TIME: Bulldogs 24 - Tigers 4 at SFS, Round 6, 2010

WALKING WOUNDED: Both the Bulldogs and Tigers remain unchanged this week, but the Tigers have received some mixed news regarding a couple of their injured players. Hulking winger Taniela Tuiaki (badly broken ankle) is not expected to play at all this season, but on a more positive note, half-back Tim Moltzen is now rated a slight chance of making a return before the finals from a knee injury suffered earlier in the season. Bulldogs pivot Ben Roberts is not expected to make his return from an ankle injury until Round 18.

FORM: There's something massively astray out Canterbury way, with the Bulldogs slumping to their fourth-straight defeat last Sunday - a forgetful 12-23 loss to a severely understrength Melbourne Storm side which was playing for little more than pride. The drama surrounding Ben Hannant's early release to Brisbane was hardly a positive for the club and now we hear that stalwarts Andrew Ryan and Luke Patten could be off to England at the conclusion of the season. Discontent in the kennel possibly?
The Tigers are well and truly back on track, smashing the Warriors 50-6 at Campbelltown last Friday night to confirm much-needed back-to-back victories. They were so dominant in the second stanza that a score of 70-80 points wouldn't have been out of the question had a few more of their passes stuck. The big win moved the merged club up to sixth spot on the NRL ladder and into the positive in terms of for-and-against.

WHO'S HOT: Former Panthers back Geoff Daniela made his first real statement in a Tigers jersey last Friday night when he raced in a hat-trick of tries against the Warriors. A groin injury to regular centre Blake Ayshford has opened the door for the elusive centre to show just what he is capable of in the top grade.

WE THINK: Press the rewind button back a couple of months and the Bulldogs were underperforming and under siege heading into their Round six clash with the Tigers. The result was a morale-boosting 20-point win over the then in-form Wests side in a result that was supposed to kick-start the Doggies' season. It failed to do that, but Friday night's game does present a similar scenario and it wouldn't surprise to see the Bulldogs produce another backs-to-the-wall performance to answer their growing number of critics. The Dogs will be desperate and have a good enough line-up to do the business against opposition that struggles for consistency. Bulldogs by 6.
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Post by KingOvKingz09 » Thu 03 Jun, 2010 6:05 pm

willow wrote:Preview: Bulldogs v Wests Tigers
Scott Brooks


, half-back Tim Moltzen is now rated a slight chance of making a return before the finals from a knee injury suffered earlier in the season. .

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Post by Sabre » Thu 03 Jun, 2010 6:34 pm

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Moron Daley wrote:The Tigers probably have more points in them, but I see the Bulldogs getting up in their face and grinding out a much-needed win.
This makes NO sense.... we have more points... but they grind out a win... huh
I thought that when i read it.....how can the bulldogs win if they score less points?

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Post by Eye Of Wests Tigers » Thu 03 Jun, 2010 6:46 pm

Where would we be putting moltzen if he makes a return, we didnt buy mckinnon for nothing and Lui and Marshall are growing in stature... and with both Asyhford and Daniela playing pretty good footy, the former till he got injured, i don't know where we will find a space for him?

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Post by alien » Thu 03 Jun, 2010 6:56 pm

smeghead wrote:I always feel more confident when Horny McWhack Whack tips against us
Who the heck is Horny McWhack??? Is he mates with McLovin???

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Post by TIGERS » Thu 03 Jun, 2010 7:04 pm

alien wrote:
smeghead wrote:I always feel more confident when Horny McWhack Whack tips against us
Who the heck is Horny McWhack??? Is he mates with McLovin???
I think Horny McWhack Whack... (aka Tooley), is in Reference to Laurie Daley's characteristic post match celebration ritual.

...Horny McWack Whack... isn't that from Mission Hill??
Teams do not go physically flat, they go mentally stale...

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Post by alien » Thu 03 Jun, 2010 7:15 pm

Laurie 'Big Nose' Daley is a genius. He knows what he is talking about. He says things like "You need to score points if you are to beat QLD" and "If Manly get off to a good start then anything could happen".

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Post by izotope » Thu 03 Jun, 2010 7:54 pm

alien wrote:Laurie 'Big Nose' Daley is a genius. He knows what he is talking about. He says things like "You need to score points if you are to beat QLD" and "If Manly get off to a good start then anything could happen".
:lol: just like his quality tips.

i really hate this dooshbag, and he's probably gonna be NSW's SOO coach in a few years oh dear :|
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Post by stryker » Thu 03 Jun, 2010 8:03 pm

smeghead wrote:I always feel more confident when Horny McWhack Whack tips against us
Yeah same, the blokes a drop kick.

BTW great avatar......"needs more cowbell" :lol:

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Post by willow » Thu 03 Jun, 2010 8:30 pm

Eye Of Wests Tigers wrote:Where would we be putting moltzen if he makes a return, we didnt buy mckinnon for nothing and Lui and Marshall are growing in stature... and with both Asyhford and Daniela playing pretty good footy, the former till he got injured, i don't know where we will find a space for him?
Actually we did, the Tigers are not paying McKinnon a cent for the remainder of this season, it's up to Wade to produce the goods on the field if the Tigers decide to keep him.

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Post by TIGERS » Thu 03 Jun, 2010 8:37 pm

It has to be said that there were not that many footballers around that could match Daley in his prime. He was arguably the best player in the world when the Super League War broke out. Back then he didn't think even twice before running straight into News Ltd's warm embrace... and I've hated him ever since. Along with the Raiders and the other 3 Sydney teams that threw the babies out with the bath water.

When he tried working for Nine a few years back... he got the Rebbecca Wilson treatment and it wasn't long before he went running back to Fox.
Teams do not go physically flat, they go mentally stale...

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Post by RatedRKO » Thu 03 Jun, 2010 9:25 pm

Eye Of Wests Tigers wrote:Where would we be putting moltzen if he makes a return, we didnt buy mckinnon for nothing and Lui and Marshall are growing in stature... and with both Asyhford and Daniela playing pretty good footy, the former till he got injured, i don't know where we will find a space for him?
Id have him at half, although I wouldn't play him until next year.

I mean Lui is good, but Moltzen is awesome. 8 from 8 :sign:

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Post by alien » Thu 03 Jun, 2010 9:27 pm

TIGERS wrote:It has to be said that there were not that many footballers around that could match Daley in his prime. He was arguably the best player in the world when the Super League War broke out. Back then he didn't think even twice before running straight into News Ltd's warm embrace... and I've hated him ever since. Along with the Raiders and the other 3 Sydney teams that threw the babies out with the bath water.

When he tried working for Nine a few years back... he got the Rebbecca Wilson treatment and it wasn't long before he went running back to Fox.
I remember during the Super League/ARL war Big Nose said he would rather play AFL than go back to the ARL. :lol:

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