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Re: Koni Tue May 25, 2021 12:38 pm  

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I can live with a small amount of dropped ball and the odd nightmare game, but his overall performances need to be a lot better and more consistent. He's not looking like a marquee centre at the moment - way off in fact. This needs to change if his contract is to be renewed, but I think he should be given some lattitude/opportunity in the coming weeks if the attitude is there in training.

Looking at the centres, if Newman is able to come back in and continue where he left things (a big IF, and he needs time, we don't want another Watkins happening), one of the starting positions is nailed down. As things stand I don't think either Sutcliffe or Hurrell are top 4 quality players in this position, although they haven't had much chance yet this season. I'd rather give Broadbent a go at this point than try Briscoe there, however.
Re: Koni Tue May 25, 2021 5:38 pm  

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Exeter Rhino wrote:
I can live with a small amount of dropped ball and the odd nightmare game, but his overall performances need to be a lot better and more consistent. He's not looking like a marquee centre at the moment - way off in fact. This needs to change if his contract is to be renewed, but I think he should be given some lattitude/opportunity in the coming weeks if the attitude is there in training.

Looking at the centres, if Newman is able to come back in and continue where he left things (a big IF, and he needs time, we don't want another Watkins happening), one of the starting positions is nailed down. As things stand I don't think either Sutcliffe or Hurrell are top 4 quality players in this position, although they haven't had much chance yet this season. I'd rather give Broadbent a go at this point than try Briscoe there, however.


If Handley is out again I think we’ll see Broadbent in the Centres again, Im looking forward to seeing him in his natural position.

Newman will take a while to get back up to speed and we shouldn’t expect too much of him on his return

As for Hurrell i am a fan but his performances on his return have been terrible, the thing is all players are different we see some players whi want a deal up their performances but some players the uncertainty affects their performances and they can be trying too hard, unfortunately Hurrell appears to be in the latter category
Re: Koni Tue May 25, 2021 6:03 pm  

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If Handley is out again I think we’ll see Broadbent in the Centres again, Im looking forward to seeing him in his natural position.

Newman will take a while to get back up to speed and we shouldn’t expect too much of him on his return

As for Hurrell i am a fan but his performances on his return have been terrible, the thing is all players are different we see some players whi want a deal up their performances but some players the uncertainty affects their performances and they can be trying too hard, unfortunately Hurrell appears to be in the latter category


You're talking about the Bailey Principle Chris. He'd spend most of his contract going through the motions, then turn it on in his last year and get an extension. Maybe he should be Konrad's advisor
Re: Koni Tue May 25, 2021 6:19 pm  

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No way in hell we should give this fella another deal.

Newman
Broadbent

Our future is right there. Two centres there for the next 5-8yrs+

Konrad Hurrell has to go.
YEAH LIKE WHATEVER!
TEAM UP! TEAM UP!
Re: Koni Tue May 25, 2021 6:45 pm  

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No way in hell we should give this fella another deal.

Newman
Broadbent

Our future is right there. Two centres there for the next 5-8yrs+

Konrad Hurrell has to go.

Koni has given 10x more to this club than some players not getting any stick. Just don't think centre is good for him anymore....
Re: Koni Tue May 25, 2021 6:55 pm  

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Koni has given 10x more to this club than some players not getting any stick. Just don't think centre is good for him anymore....


I also think not having a half back giving him good ball hasn’t helped, same with Martin.

Were only 7 games in theres a lot of rugby to be played still this year
Re: Koni Wed May 26, 2021 4:55 am  
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That’s the worst performance I’ve seen from Konrad in a Leeds shirt, he literally cost us the game
Re: Koni Wed May 26, 2021 6:00 am  
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The teams inability to turn field position into points cost us the game not 1 individual player.
Re: Koni Wed May 26, 2021 3:04 pm  

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He's been poor so far this season. Think people forget that he's been in the dream team for 2 seasons. Get a half back playing 6 and I reckon he could get back to near best. Give him a 1 year with an option for the club for a second.
Re: Koni Wed May 26, 2021 5:03 pm  

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I think he was extremely lucky to be picked in the dream team on either year.

He is a likeable guy but he makes too many errors and misses too many tackles. He is also extremely unfit and appears to take a knock every time he takes the ball in. He always seems to be walking back into position.

I am not sure he does enough positive to substantially outweigh his limitations. Given he is playing for a contract, I would have expected him to have got into better shape during the offseason, however, he is not professional like a Sinfield, Gale, Newman is.
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