BSB Podcast - Paul Gallen, Those Tigers are OK



  • I go through most of the NRL podcasts to help pass time here in the office.

    Interesting interview with Paul Gallen who spoke good words about the Tigers of his own volition near the tail end of hi interview on the BSB.

    http://media.skyracing.com.au/POD/1/tjS8CZ.mp3

    Fast forward to around the 9 minute mark.



  • @Spartan117:

    I go through most of the NRL podcasts to help pass time here in the office.

    Interesting interview with Paul Gallen who spoke good words about the Tigers of his own volition near the tail end of hi interview on the BSB.

    http://media.skyracing.com.au/POD/1/tjS8CZ.mp3

    Fast forward to around the 9 minute mark.

    Thanks Spartan

    Listening for 9.00 minutes to Gallan is bad for your health



  • Thanks for that Spartan. Was quite interesting.



  • @Spartan117:

    I go through most of the NRL podcasts to help pass time here in the office.

    Interesting interview with Paul Gallen who spoke good words about the Tigers of his own volition near the tail end of hi interview on the BSB.

    http://media.skyracing.com.au/POD/1/tjS8CZ.mp3

    Fast forward to around the 9 minute mark.

    Any vacancies at your work place sounds like a great job trying to pass time away Lucky vegimite!



  • i know it was a trial but both teams took it seriously and cronulla are tipped by many to be in the top 4 this year. anyone who watched that game would see that we dominated for 50-55 minutes of the match (remember it was 6 tries to 5). every time we got down the sharks end we looked like scoring, our attack was the slickest its been in years. nice to hear gal give us some credit.

    last night michael ennis was on 2ue and when talking about the trial he said ‘‘we dominated the first half and had a good lead, then we took most of our players off and the tigers came back’’ which was total crap. bird, maloney, graham, holmes and townsend played the whole 80. the only tiger who played 80 was nofo. with 15 minutes to go i dont think we had a single starting player on except nofo. really shits me cause people who didnt see the trial write it off as sharks belting us and then we came back against newtown. shouldnt bother me but it really does.



  • @Snake:

    @Spartan117:

    I go through most of the NRL podcasts to help pass time here in the office.

    Interesting interview with Paul Gallen who spoke good words about the Tigers of his own volition near the tail end of hi interview on the BSB.

    http://media.skyracing.com.au/POD/1/tjS8CZ.mp3

    Fast forward to around the 9 minute mark.

    Any vacancies at your work place sounds like a great job trying to pass time away Lucky vegimite!

    Im in ICT and I have the mixed blessing of typing almost all day. Its nice to have some noise in the background.



  • Paul “Derpy derp” Gallen

    I’ll pass on this, the guys a clown.



  • I don’t know how much of a compliment “I don’t think they’ll get the wooden spoon” is 😆



  • @Sabre:

    I don’t know how much of a compliment “I don’t think they’ll get the wooden spoon” is 😆

    He is not saying we are going to win the comp. But he brings it up of his own accord and states “if they keep the team on the field that played us they will surprise a few people and finish alot better then everyone has predicted”. It’s good to hear that from a bloke has achieved just about everything in NRL.


  • Banned

    Yes it is an honest assessment, that he voluntarily offered on our squad.
    Call him a goose till the cows come home…he knows football and he knows it first hand.
    It is an encouraging remark.



  • Cronulla and NSW skipper Paul Gallen not only thinks the Tigers will avoid the wooden spoon, but he believes they can make a play for the top eight – if they stop blueing with their coach.

    “If the Tigers can keep the majority of their players on the field, I don’t think they’ll get the wooden spoon,” Gallen told Big Sports Breakfast.

    “They played really well against us (in a trial). They’ve got some good, strong outside backs.

    “I know they’ve been spoken about a lot for the spoon but if they can keep harmony in the air and not argue with the coach, I don’t think they will get the spoon.

    “I think they will go a lot better than people think.”

    Pressed on who would collect the wooden spoon, Gallen declared: “I’m going to go the Titans.”

    The Sharks leader believes the greatest threats to his club winning its maiden premiership will come from either Brisbane, Cowboys, Bulldogs and the Warriors.

    http://www.sportingnews.com/league-news/4696710-paul-gallen-picks-his-nrl-2016-surprise-packet-and-wooden-spooner



  • About time someone talks us up.


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