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Re: Tom Lineham Wed Jun 23, 2021 5:57 pm  

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According to MEN Lineham won't be offered a new deal with us and other SL clubs have been advised of his availability for next year. Good player but as we know, plenty of baggage.

Shame as if he could cut out the stupid crap he does he's a brilliant Winger. It'll be interesting to see what wingers we will be looking to sign or whether Ashton will move to the wing full time?
Re: Tom Lineham Wed Jun 23, 2021 6:22 pm  
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I agree, but I'd be disappointed because on his day he's a decent finisher.

In reality, there's no excuse, the amount of service that he gets compared to the other flank, so it can't be frustration. It's not as if he's gone in hard and they're 50/50 calls where we could say he's unlucky. It's not easy to see where he's been provoked and reacted . No, Lineham's and ergo our problems are of his own making, borne out of either his decision making, or his stupidity both of which are unacceptable in professional team sport.

My question is, is he working his ticket?

He be a great asset if he wasn't serving so many bans.get shut..
Re: Tom Lineham Wed Jun 23, 2021 6:33 pm  

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The THREE match ban he got for gently shoving someone out of his way who was obstructing him against swinton was the biggest joke the disciplinary committee have come up with this season,................and its had some stiff competition.
'I've done things i'm not proud of. And the things i am proud of,.......well they're disgusting'
Re: Tom Lineham Wed Jun 23, 2021 7:39 pm  

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Shame as he ran the ball hard as the forwards against Stains but liability so get rid.
Re: Tom Lineham Wed Jun 23, 2021 8:46 pm  

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Re: Tom Lineham Wed Jun 23, 2021 9:08 pm  

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Good winger, a few teams will be looking I’m sure. He contributes a lot bringing the ball out but his stupidity has led to him not being kept on I’m sure. On the pitch he offers more than Charnley so will we be looking for 2 wingers?
Just my opinions unless it's a FACT, in which case it's a fact.
Re: Tom Lineham Wed Jun 23, 2021 9:43 pm  
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Personally think it will be a mistake if we allow Lineham to leave without a replacement in line. Already looking like we will be losing Mamo to Cas, who can cover the wing spot well.

A few question marks remain over Ashton as he tends to struggle with his injuries (think I’ve counted 3 separate stints out since he signed). And Thewlis is only 19 years old & has some improvements to make before being selected week in week out from what I’ve seen. Although I think the both of them would make better full backs in the long run rather than on the wing.
Re: Tom Lineham Wed Jun 23, 2021 9:51 pm  

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Mighty_Wires88 wrote:
Personally think it will be a mistake if we allow Lineham to leave without a replacement in line. Already looking like we will be losing Mamo to Cas, who can cover the wing spot well.

A few question marks remain over Ashton as he tends to struggle with his injuries (think I’ve counted 3 separate stints out since he signed). And Thewlis is only 19 years old & has some improvements to make before being selected week in week out from what I’ve seen. Although I think the both of them would make better full backs in the long run rather than on the wing.


Think Thewlis will be Ratchford’s replacement at some point.
Re: Tom Lineham Wed Jun 23, 2021 9:53 pm  

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And no idea who is coming through the academy that is going to be a standout super league winger, need Walter Wizard to update us on that.
Re: Tom Lineham Thu Jun 24, 2021 10:39 am  

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With Lineham you get the good and the bad as others have said.

95% is good - and with the way SP expects the all wingers to play, he carries the ball extremely well off our line.

5% is totally stupid, but equates for him missing 20% of the games. The 'grab' incident now means he's a marked man as far as disciplinary issues are concerned, so whilst the 'shove' didnt warrant a 3 game ban in my view, it was perfectly understandable.

So I suppose the 2 questions are -
1. Is he worth keeping if he only plays 80% of the games? I'm torn here.
2. Do we have a ready replacement ? Different type of player but Ashton is a good replacement (especially if the club is grooming Thewlis as full back).

It depends on how Powell wants us to play.
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