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Re: The No 1. in round 1

Posted: Mon 13 Feb, 2012 4:47 pm
by GNR4LIFE
alex wrote:
alexaki wrote:
alex wrote:This thread seems to be going under the assumption that Moltzen will be named at 7. I'm still hoping we see Moltzen at 1 with Miller at 7.

Keep hoping...Fonz has played his hand and made it clear Moltzen is our preferred #7

Since when does anything from the media about our team selections ever have any weight to it? Remember the whole 'Chris Lawrence is the new Laurie Daley, let's move him to 6' thing was around? I don't think anything's set in stone and Sheens rarely shows his cards.
Maybe the fact that Moltzen played 7 against Parra and will again play there against the Roosters is a good indication. Surely you can put 2 and 2 together in regards to what Sheens is thinking. The fact he said he was satisfied with their combination, and labelling them the quickest halves pairing in the comp is a dead giveaway in regards to who will be the no 7. I was with you, i wanted Moltzen at 1 and Miller at 7, but there comes a time where you have to accept that thats not whats going to happen. I know everyone has preferences to what they think is the strongest side, but its much smarter at this stage of the yr to pick the side you think will be named, not the side you want to be named. Because you will only be setting yourself up for disappointment

Re: The No 1. in round 1

Posted: Mon 13 Feb, 2012 4:51 pm
by Spartan117
Moltz at 7 is a Lock,

There is no way Coach would be faking such a vital position with such a young player.

Re: The No 1. in round 1

Posted: Mon 13 Feb, 2012 5:16 pm
by LaT
Sheens has come out and said Moltzen should focus on the No7 for NSW. Definitely a lock for halfback.

Re: The No 1. in round 1

Posted: Mon 13 Feb, 2012 5:21 pm
by GNR4LIFE
How filthy would the Steeler fans be if Moltzen was selected as the Blues halfback

Re: The No 1. in round 1

Posted: Mon 13 Feb, 2012 5:37 pm
by Tiger Watto
GNR4LIFE wrote:How filthy would the Steeler fans be if Moltzen was selected as the Blues halfback
Mitchell Pearce wont lose that 7 jumper in a hurry, but it sure would be funny if he gets Sowards 6 jumper?! :lol: :lol: :lol:

Re: The No 1. in round 1

Posted: Tue 14 Feb, 2012 11:16 am
by tigerlogic
Watto that would be hilarious!


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Re: The No 1. in round 1

Posted: Sat 18 Feb, 2012 11:41 pm
by Rambo2714
I'm giving it to Tesdco , I was at ctown to watch him against the roosters and I was impressed .he will only get better


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Re: The No 1. in round 1

Posted: Sat 18 Feb, 2012 11:53 pm
by Blackandwhite
Seeing no one else got a run at fullback tonight, I am willing to put all of Happy's 1,000 rep points on Tedesco being the No.1 in round 1.

Re: The No 1. in round 1

Posted: Sun 19 Feb, 2012 12:09 am
by happy tiger
Blackandwhite wrote:Seeing no one else got a run at fullback tonight, I am willing to put all of Happy's 1,000 rep points on Tedesco being the No.1 in round 1.
:shock: Just joking B &W

That would be like putting a thousand on Black Caviar James is a shoe in for the No 1 position

Congratulations James

Re: The No 1. in round 1

Posted: Mon 20 Feb, 2012 8:51 am
by whoneedstherapy
happy tiger wrote:
Blackandwhite wrote:Seeing no one else got a run at fullback tonight, I am willing to put all of Happy's 1,000 rep points on Tedesco being the No.1 in round 1.
:shock: Just joking B &W

That would be like putting a thousand on Black Caviar James is a shoe in for the No 1 position

Congratulations James
Here here!

Re: The No 1. in round 1

Posted: Mon 20 Feb, 2012 10:19 am
by barra
After watching the Foundation highlights package I am even more impressed with Tedesco and I was a fan from last year.

One of the aspects to his game that impressed me so much last year was his determination with the ball in hand, his willingness to get involved and I am glad to see that he has maintained that into his NRL trial games from the NYC.

His positional play looks good as does his ability to mow down a runaway and another last line tackle, defusing the bombs and always sniffing around in the attacking line... he certainly is a looking good for the complete package! What next - can he kick?

I'm sure Sheens will be looking after him during the rigours of a full first NRL season. Congrats James!

Re: The No 1. in round 1

Posted: Sat 25 Feb, 2012 11:43 pm
by MacDougall
I had a dream that Linc Port scored a slashing try for Wests Tigers, but he was playing on the wing.

Also I've never seen him play before and I was on the field with him. Good dream.