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 Post subject: Who's for the drop?
PostPosted: Thu Sep 12, 2019 2:59 pm 
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What's your betting?

Heart says Huddersfield. Head says London?

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 Post subject: Re: Who's for the drop?
PostPosted: Thu Sep 12, 2019 3:10 pm 
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I’d really like London to stay up and have the chance to build and have another crack at SL level. Not really fussed who drops but I guess clubs like Wakey or Hull KR would perhaps find it toughest. I know Hull KR rallied last time but I’m not sure if there would be as much enthusiasm again. I think it’s a tough ask for London to go to Wakey and get a win though so I suspect they might just drop down again.

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 Post subject: Re: Who's for the drop?
PostPosted: Thu Sep 12, 2019 3:20 pm 
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Most likely to be London, and if not them then probably Hull KR.
Which is a shame really because I'd really like to see either Hudds or Wakey get relegated. You know, for the lols.

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 Post subject: Re: Who's for the drop?
PostPosted: Thu Sep 12, 2019 3:29 pm 
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Surely Hudds can't lose at home to Catalans who have being woeful and are already on the beach (if they do lose then they deserve to go down)

Would love London to stay up, they've been a breath of fresh air in a stale comp. Wakefield have a knack of winning these games however.


It be interesting to see how KR or Wakefield cope if relegated. I was listening to Forty/20 on Monday and they were discussing how clubs would cope if relegated. They reckoned Wakey would be fine but Hudds would be in trouble. Now I know they're friendly with the Wakey chairman but how they came to that conclusion god only knows.

If Hudds go down then Davy will make sure they're OK (even if his commitment is being tested recently) whereas Carter has always made it clear he can't afford to put money into Wakey. Reduced money, no sugar daddy, low crowds, a crumbling stadium,big mortgage payment. It would be a disaster for Wakey if they to down. Don't get me wrong, he'd make sure they are still well run and a team to watch (wish we had that stability last few years) but that doesn't mean they can afford a serious promotion challenge in a tough league. Amazing how some people see it differently I guess.

Anyway come on London. Sadly I think Wakey will again use one of their 9 lives and send London down :(

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 Post subject: Re: Who's for the drop?
PostPosted: Thu Sep 12, 2019 3:32 pm 
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Anybody but London

Huddersfield - because of their predatory streak towards our club (Sadly, I think they'll beat Catalans quite easily)

Wakefield - because I'm still bitter about the MPG :lol:

Hull KR - because of Neil Hudgell

... which probably means it will be London (just to spite me for my bad attitude :? )

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 Post subject: Re: Who's for the drop?
PostPosted: Thu Sep 12, 2019 3:33 pm 
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If London turn up with their recent gameday head on, they will easily beat Wakefield. They have put in some highly impressive performances and for mine, they have something extra that Wakey don't. I wouldn't "like" to see any team relegated as it's not nice, but if I had to pick then HKR if that means we have a chance of keeping Ethan aboard.






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 Post subject: Re: Who's for the drop?
PostPosted: Thu Sep 12, 2019 4:13 pm 
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paulwalker71 wrote:Anybody but London

Huddersfield - because of their predatory streak towards our club (Sadly, I think they'll beat Catalans quite easily)

Wakefield - because I'm still bitter about the MPG :lol:

Hull KR - because of Neil Hudgell

... which probably means it will be London (just to spite me for my bad attitude :? )

Agree about Hudgell, he's had plenty to say about us over the last year or so and none of it positive so for KR to go down wouldn't get any tears from me. Sad for the fans and the club in general obviously - there again it would be sad for any club and one has to go down.






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 Post subject: Re: Who's for the drop?
PostPosted: Thu Sep 12, 2019 5:28 pm 
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The loosers of the Wakey London game for me.

Giants cant possibly lose to that mob from across the channel. They gave up on their season about 8 weeks ago so i have a Huddersfield win.

I think this miracle run Salford are on has to come to an end and i think it will be this week. Salford are in the playoffs which is a massive achievement for them. If Wigan win tonight (which i think they will )then they will know that in all likelyhood that they will finish 4. This game means sooo much more to Rovers so im backing them to get the win as well .

Who wins the big game at Wakey is anyones guess.
Im going with my heart rather than my head and saying London.

So for me, while Wakey start the weekend 4th bottom, we will be seeing them next year.

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 Post subject: Re: Who's for the drop?
PostPosted: Thu Sep 12, 2019 7:12 pm 
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KR or Giants I hope. Vultures both of them.

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 Post subject: Re: Who's for the drop?
PostPosted: Thu Sep 12, 2019 7:50 pm 
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Hope London stay up. Haven’t spent the cap. Two fantastic young British coaches. Decent young players either from academy or given an opportunity that they wouldn’t have got (young halfback from Warrington). But I can see them going back down unfortunatley :(

I’d like to see Huddersfield go down as they have been rubbish over the past couple of seasons.

I’d hate to see Wakey down as they have progressed over the past two years but this season they have been poor. Not sure they’d cope if they went down.

Hull KR - if they go down and we can keep Ethan Ryan then I’m all for it! Plus we had a few good games with them the other year!






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