yea i think we will, just tho
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RE: Home comforts to begin 2019 season for Wests Tigers
Ahhhh the comfort of home, nothing beats it -_-
RE: Will we make the 8 in 2019?
So here is the 16,
I don’t see 1-7 not being in the 8. Rabbits will be a little shaken and maybe Cook will get injured, but I think they will be there. Likewise Sharks and Storm, they will go down but will still be there.
Dragons will be in the 8 I think. Warriors won’t be if they loose Johnson. If the knights get Klemmer and Pearce stays fit they will probably enter and I think they are our biggest competition for spot 8.
9 Wests Tigers
15 Sea Eagles
consistency will either get us in or out of the 8.
Last year the “experts” had Cowboys and Eels to make top 4 how did that go?
Every year teams dont make the 8 who people consider to be certainties.We were considered to be “spooners” this year 7 “better” teams finished behind us including some of the top tips.Nothing is guaranteed
exactly, i mentioned this before, that we defied expectations this year to not only win in matches against some great teams when all odds were against us, but also to finish 9th which is 5 places better than wat people thought we were gonna come
RE: New Coaches New Hopes
Tigers are sort of aimed at between 9th and 6th posi
New Year New Me, that’s been said plenty of times in the past
RE: Hayne plane
Unemployed Hayne skips Eels training
1 hour ago Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd
Jarryd Hayne will be a notable no-show at the start of Parramatta preseason training on Thursday, as the two-time Dally M Medalist trains solo in preparation for the 2019 NRL season.
The reigning wooden-spooners return to training early along with three other NRL clubs and are struggling to put together an attractive offer to keep Hayne at the club, with the ex-NFL star reportedly asking for an upgrade to his contract in the vicinity of $700,000 a season.
Parramatta is looking to move players around to have enough money in the salary cap to give Hayne the money he wants.
Eels coach Brad Arthur confirmed Hayne won’t be present at the start of preseason training but still expressed a desire to have the ex-NFL star in his squad.
“He is not contracted so he won’t be there (for the first day of training),” Arthur told News Corp. “Obviously we want him at the club. He wants to be here. It is just about working things out.”“He is not going to play for $100,000,” he added. “It is just making sure what works for him works for us. I hope (he stays) but I don’t know. Honestly, I have no idea.
“He knows what he needs to do to get his body right.
“We don’t want it to go too long because then it does start to become a problem. We need to know one way or another pretty soon.”
Veteran centre Michael Jennings is said to be one of the players the club is trying to offload in a bid to keep Hayne.
RE: Will we make the 8 in 2019?
To make the eight you have to beat seven teams past the post and that will be a big ask. I know every year there are climbers and sliders, but looking at all the teams it’s hard to see us being in the 8 without a couple of top notch recruits
no mid season slumps