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Re: beau knows how to be mediocre

Posted: Sat 04 Sep, 2010 10:54 am
by tig_prmz
Even if he doesn't make any errors, he cant gain speed in one week. He can't gain 10 kg in one week either. I have never been the one to bag him, but when Robbie kicked the ball on tackle 0/1, I partly blame Ryan coz he was just too slow.

Can't blame him much for the miss on Gordon coz Bird was charging at him as well. But he didn't even get a hand on Gordon. He was left in no man's land in that one. I don't think he can gain all that in one week. I would rather have Latu in for him. Sorry Beau :(

Re: beau knows how to be mediocre

Posted: Sat 04 Sep, 2010 11:00 am
by crouching_tiger
smeghead wrote:I think he has been bad. However I would not drop him at this stage.

He needs to get some of the stuff out of his game. Accept that he does not have the talent to tap balls back in etc. (couldn't believe he pulled that again last night).

I would not move him though because we need that right side combo settled in defence
Well in all of his time in 1st grade Sheens has never played him in his natural position. You and i both know he is a gun centre...

Re: beau knows how to be mediocre

Posted: Sat 04 Sep, 2010 11:36 am
by flash
I don't understand how a winger/fullback can allow a high ball to hit them, it's the second time Beau has had the chance to catch the ball but has just stood there like a Rabbit in the headlights and has gifted the opposition another set of 6. I can forgive players who drop the ball occassionally but he will cost us big time beacuse "Beau knows" sweet FA about how to catch the ball.

Re: beau knows how to be mediocre

Posted: Sat 04 Sep, 2010 12:47 pm
by hooker
Wow you guys are tough

we are doing great. Beau loves the club. Gets us great publicity

Beau is worth it.

and if nothing else he is great at post try celebrations

Re: beau knows how to be mediocre

Posted: Sat 04 Sep, 2010 1:56 pm
by Marshall_magic
He has been alright in some games, but usually he's pretty average. I'd have Brown in the side over him at full strength.

Re: beau knows how to be mediocre

Posted: Sat 04 Sep, 2010 2:26 pm
by Fraze23
well when you stick your neck out expect your head to get cut off

Re: beau knows how to be mediocre

Posted: Sat 04 Sep, 2010 4:58 pm
by scarcev
tig_prmz wrote:I have never been the one to bag him, but when Robbie kicked the ball on tackle 0/1, I partly blame Ryan coz he was just too slow. :(
Usain Bolt wouldnt have got that ball it was a rubbish kick.

Re: beau knows how to be mediocre

Posted: Sat 04 Sep, 2010 5:12 pm
by izotope
Don't get me wrong I thought he has played decent for most the year but his recent matches he has really gone down hill.
Won't attck a bomb
Offers nothing from dummy half!

I love his enthuisiasm and spirit but that can only get u so far.
Next year if TNT is ok he should be a walkup favourite infront of Beau

Re: beau knows how to be mediocre

Posted: Sat 04 Sep, 2010 5:40 pm
by spaceman
This bloke is a Steve Mavin in the making.....Its only a matter of time before he costs us a big game...probably will be sooner than later

Re: beau knows how to be mediocre

Posted: Sat 04 Sep, 2010 5:45 pm
by willow
Hopefully he makes amends next week, he did put his body on the line against Penrith after his shocker against Souths. No doubt he was poor last night and once Prince threw that pass to Gordon, it was always going to be a try as he was on the outside of Ryan when he took the pass. Next season will certainly be interesting if Tuiaki's ankle settles down and his speed is good enough to keep him on the wing, Beau will either be wearing jersey 17 or turning out in State Cup.

Re: beau knows how to be mediocre

Posted: Sat 04 Sep, 2010 6:40 pm
by angeman
beau needs to challenge for the high balls and run sideways less when hitting it up.

in saying that beau > fitzy!