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Posted by JEAN CAPDOUZE on Sat Mar 23, 2019 9:12 pm
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Important statistics:

Nine (9) of the Catalans Dragons team that played today were born in France.

Catalans now sit on 5th place in the table, and their status will depend on the result of London Broncos v Hull FC tomorrow afternoon. If lovable London win then Catalans remain 5th. If humble Hull win then Catalans drop to 6th.
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Posted by Ruune Rebellion on Sat Mar 23, 2019 9:20 pm
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Rhinoshaund III wrote:
No, youre right. Saints and Warrington have a much bigger Commercial set up than Leeds. Absolute small time.

Nothing whatsoever to do with onfield goings on.


Quite right. Saints and Warrington are 1 and 2 whilst your amateur run club are bottom of the league.

Small time
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Posted by Judder Man on Sat Mar 23, 2019 10:28 pm
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Ruune Rebellion wrote:
Quite right. Saints and Warrington are 1 and 2 whilst your amateur run club are bottom of the league.

Small time


The Leeds transition phase is shocking, Saints in there transition at least remained competitive and have maintained standards throughout the super league era.
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JEAN CAPDOUZE wrote:
Important statistics:

Nine (9) of the Catalans Dragons team that played today were born in France.

Catalans now sit on 5th place in the table, and their status will depend on the result of London Broncos v Hull FC tomorrow afternoon. If lovable London win then Catalans remain 5th. If humble Hull win then Catalans drop to 6th.

Isn't it weird that they play for a team that's based in France, who'd have thought that!
Posted by The Devil's Advocate on Sun Mar 24, 2019 12:03 am
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Judder Man wrote:
The Leeds transition phase is shocking, Saints in there transition at least remained competitive and have maintained standards throughout the super league era.


Can you remember when St's had a really bad year?

I mean bad in, finishing outside the top whatever number it is, & not getting to say, a C.C. semi in the same season?
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JEAN CAPDOUZE wrote:
This is an interesting game. Catalans show great courage to be contesting this match while missing seven (7) first choice players.

& you keep posting despite missing a brain !
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JEAN CAPDOUZE wrote:
Important statistics:

Nine (9) of the Catalans Dragons team that played today were born in France.

Catalans now sit on 5th place in the table, and their status will depend on the result of London Broncos v Hull FC tomorrow afternoon. If lovable London win then Catalans remain 5th. If humble Hull win then Catalans drop to 6th.


Despite this the French national team are still rubbish..... :BLAH:
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Ruune Rebellion wrote:
The minute I saw Leeds management posting pictures of themselves on the lash in Perpignan on Facebook, the night before the game, I knew they would lose. Could you imagine the likes of Saints or Warrington doing that? No, nor could I.

Leeds are utter small time


To be honest can you imagine Saints and Wire winning the big game come crunch time, it’s been so long that no, nor could I.

Leeds aren’t small time but Peacock’s addition to the commercial department after he failed as Director of Rugby at HKR is a sign of the ‘jobs for the boys’ that’s become the club’s biggest problem. Burrow on the coaching staff, Ablett and JJB with new deals under Sinfield and 100% certain to get off field roles when they retire, likewise McGuire when he retires from HKR.

Being great players doesn’t mean being great off the field and Sinfield and Peacock have grown massive egos since they retired with CERTAIN people inside the club blowing smoke up their backsides reinforcing the rumour that is was solely all down to them.
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Tomkins deliberately throwing the ball at an opposition player , then laughing when a penalty was awarded to Catalans is poor sportsmanship . Then when he kicked for touch the penalty went out on the full , but no officials picked it up .
Posted by tad rhino on Sun Mar 24, 2019 6:49 am
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the missed penalty to Leeds on the dragons line in the last minute or two.

and burrow is a brilliant coach. he's doing a fantastic job with the U19 team. the rest? I agree printer although they are really no more than glorified meeters and greeters.
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