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Re: Newcastle Thunder away. Tue May 25, 2021 9:24 am  

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Point of interest: I make it that, in our game against Bradford, if we had got that winning drop goal instead of Bradford we would now be third and they would be sixth! Check out the maths.
Re: Newcastle Thunder away. Tue May 25, 2021 4:26 pm  

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Re: Newcastle Thunder away. Tue May 25, 2021 8:50 pm  

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Point of interest: I make it that, in our game against Bradford, if we had got that winning drop goal instead of Bradford we would now be third and they would be sixth! Check out the maths.

i take your point but they did we didnt !!
Re: Newcastle Thunder away. Wed May 26, 2021 8:29 am  

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i take your point but they did we didnt !!


Exactly but the point I'm making is that, to the idiots a couple of weeks ago saying we were fighting relegation, one point can make a massive difference, especially early in the season. We lost that game with bad game management as we had loads of time to go for a drop either before or after they did!
Re: Newcastle Thunder away. Wed May 26, 2021 4:24 pm  

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Exactly but the point I'm making is that, to the idiots a couple of weeks ago saying we were fighting relegation, one point can make a massive difference, especially early in the season. We lost that game with bad game management as we had loads of time to go for a drop either before or after they did!

Idiots that's very brave from behind a screen the point i was making at the time was we had won 5 games out of the last 25 in the league and that is relegation form don't you think
Re: Newcastle Thunder away. Wed May 26, 2021 5:33 pm  

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Exactly but the point I'm making is that, to the idiots a couple of weeks ago saying we were fighting relegation, one point can make a massive difference, especially early in the season. We lost that game with bad game management as we had loads of time to go for a drop either before or after they did!

You could also say that the two points went the way of refereeing decisions. We got a 9-1 penalty count early doors and should have been out of sight I agree but....2/3 bulls scores were from awful 'mistakes' by the officials and we lost by one point. Example, the Foggin-Johnstone try from an absolutely blatant forward pass. Not even near a flat pass. :WALL:
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Re: Newcastle Thunder away. Thu May 27, 2021 10:47 pm  

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Idiots that's very brave from behind a screen the point i was making at the time was we had won 5 games out of the last 25 in the league and that is relegation form don't you think


I would rather think of it as winning 3 out of the last 6.
Re: Newcastle Thunder away. Fri May 28, 2021 2:00 pm  

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I would rather think of it as winning 3 out of the last 6.

when i made the comment about relegation we had only won 1 game and were playing very poor at the time and my lack of confidence in grix being able to put it right was my thinking behind my comments and for what it is worth i hope he proves me wrong and turns out to be a brilliant coach for fax if he does well we all as fans of this club benefit
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