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@Madge I still maintain he isn’t an organising halfback and should be used as a running 5/8th… it’s his job to direct the team and make the rights calls, the amount of times he gets the ball takes one stop in one direction and then stops and goes the other and no one else knows what play he is running so have to stop and stand back is inexcusable.

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Luke Brooks looked lost… Had some good runs, but also some momentum killing stop starts. He’s the new Fitzhenry stopping and starting and changing his mind and moving nowhere.

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Brooks isn’t an organising half. He needs to shift to 5/8th and just play a running/supporting game. Problem is attracting or developing a dominant controlling halfback.

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@4jtigers said in **live game feed** vs Roosters:

@TIGER said in **live game feed** vs Roosters:

Brooks has also been non existent tonight

you need to look at the forwards first mate… no go fwd no time & space for him to operate

Brooks has struggled all year. Even when we’ve won it’s no credit to him.
He’s indecisive in attack, his kicking game (or lack there of) is inconsistent at best.
If he has to stay in the team then move him to 5/8th where he can just run the ball because he isn’t an organising half.

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This game has just shown every team in the NRL how to beat us… play straight, play quick and even if you don’t make good ground just put a bomb up because Mbye couldn’t catch a cold.

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Mbye offers nothing. Ineffective in attack, too many mistakes and soft in defence and no leadership as a Captain.

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One point from the press conference, Madge said through the week he encouraged Brooks to run more as that is when he plays his best football.
Long term we are going to need to find or develop an organising half to partner him as it’s not his strength.