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Re: Inglis Tue May 04, 2021 4:39 pm  
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having spent a fair bit of time on the wigan board, most of them are amazed that 'ten minute tony' got a new contract for this year, and is part of their ongoing problem of below top level props
Re: Inglis Tue May 04, 2021 4:44 pm  
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Fantastic Mr Catpiss wrote:
having spent a fair bit of time on the wigan board, most of them are amazed that 'ten minute tony' got a new contract for this year, and is part of their ongoing problem of below top level props

Well if any of our players were found guilty of racism I’d want the club to sack them on the spot.

Hopefully Wigan do the same with Clubb.
Re: Inglis Tue May 04, 2021 4:44 pm  

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Clubb didn't come back on after his replacement last week, so any perceived weakness is limited. Singleton is their senior prop in my view but the whole group of young kids - Harvard, Partington, Byrne, Bullock (not so young), Smithies - give them a lot of aggression in defence but little go forward. Their forum is full of fans bemoaning the lack of go forward.

St Helens won't miss Bentley that much. Yes, he's good, but they've got people to cover.
Re: Inglis Tue May 04, 2021 4:46 pm  

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Lord Tony Smith wrote:
Well if any of our players were found guilty of racism I’d want the club to sack them on the spot.


100%. No ifs, no buts. If the Disciplinary Panel find him guilty, then bye bye.
Re: Inglis Tue May 04, 2021 5:47 pm  
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If we had Clubb on our books and lost him for a spell I don't think that we'd suddenly think the games up and concede the CC and GF


and like Saints, Wigan and a few others were cheering when we didn't offer Latu a shirt for 2021
Re: Inglis Tue May 04, 2021 5:54 pm  

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Inglis is on record as saying he didn't expect or wish to return to FB (" those days are gone"), so unless Price insists I guess he will remain at centre. I thought he did OK, better than I was expecting to be honest, and he can only improve with match time. So if Ashton is injured I suppose next weeks options are either Ratchford or Thewliss at FB, and that in turn depends on whether Price brings back Austin. Personally I would like to see Thewliss back, and I am so fed up with Austin I don't really care if he plays for us again.

Lineham's return will presumably leave Mamo without a birth. He has done very well for us over the past few games, but I still see him as a utility back for injury cover, albeit he has taken on the role of a super sub and exploited his speed and energy.


I have to agree Charlie that Josh Thewlis should be played at full back for an extended run; he has all the attributes to make the position his own for the next ten years or so that is how highly I rate him having watched him closely for the past three years.
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Re: Inglis Tue May 04, 2021 6:47 pm  

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I have to agree Charlie that Josh Thewlis should be played at full back for an extended run; he has all the attributes to make the position his own for the next ten years or so that is how highly I rate him having watched him closely for the past three years.


In two out of his first three games he got the Sky MOM award. If that was a Wigan or Saints junior we’d never hear the end of it. I guess it hasn’t helped him that he’s had two very good full backs above him but this is our chamce to settle him into first team action. When Ashton is fit it will be a great problem to have, trying to fit both of them in.
Re: Inglis Wed May 05, 2021 7:52 am  

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Our younger players are really missing out not having a Reserve competition so they can play to our structures (rather than a loan team) and feel comfortable slotting in and the Coach isn’t taking such a gamble (I guess).
Just my opinions unless it's a FACT, in which case it's a fact.
Re: Inglis Wed May 05, 2021 8:13 am  

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Our younger players are really missing out not having a Reserve competition so they can play to our structures (rather than a loan team) and feel comfortable slotting in and the Coach isn’t taking such a gamble (I guess).


Totally agree. It is not just the younger players. Any player left out or re-turning from injury needs a run out. It is so difficult to not play for a month or even two years and then spring into action.
Re: Inglis Sat May 08, 2021 12:06 am  

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When you loose a fullback and can replace him with Greg Inglis
When you loose a halfback and can replace him with Blake Austin
When you loose a winger and didn’t need replace him with Lineham

Wow wow wow. If this squad can’t win a a double/treble, we never will.
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