I notice people constantly questioning and talking about our strange halves pairings. I get the feeling that Sheens has come up with a plan to almost reinvent RL playmaking.
What I mean is, in a side named
You will find that the primary playmaker will always be Farah. He will choose what to do on almost every play. He will get first touch every play being the 9 unless he would rather be the 7 in which case some nearby player will pass to him and he will do the same from there. Marshall and Lui are more like twin five-eighths. Lui roving around on the right side of the field and Marshall doing the same on the left. Moltzen in the fullback jersey is more like another half (ala Hodgo) coming into first receiver often when Farah remains at dummy half and Lui and Marshall stay wide of the ruck for the purpose of engaging the wide defenders with an extra man or whatever they decide.
I guess the purpose of me starting this thread is to suggest that perhaps there is method to having two five-eighths in the halves jerseys when you have a halfback in the one and nine. Thoughts?