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Re: Inglis Wed Apr 14, 2021 9:14 pm  
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I reckon he will be back in Oz by the end of May. We should have kept Gelling.
Re: Inglis Wed Apr 14, 2021 11:04 pm  

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Inglis is fit....
Just think about this for a minute after my post.
You have to think outside the box.

Remember the impact Johns had....now I’m not talking about the pre game period. We’ve already had the attention for Inglis like Johns.
I’m talking about during the game vs Leeds and the result, which lets be honest, was never going to be in doubt. We caught Leeds at a good time, and the game goes down in history and it echoed all over Australia...and went live too.
I now come to my point.....
There is no guarantee that we can beat Hull and Cas over the next 2 weeks. However we are guaranteed to smash KR. (I do think we will beat both FC and Cas btw)

Now can you imagine the huge backchat if we play Inglis in either of these 2 games and we get beat?
Now this is the period I give you a minute to think about that....

The negativity that will come off defeats will echo around the world in complete contrast to Johns and make Wire and a Inglis the laughing stock for a generation, as Johns vs Leeds is the biggest league result of a generation. Inglis HAS to come out with a winning debut, for him and club, period. The fairytale WILL happen vs KR, and from that point, the stage is set and the honeymoon period attached with it. The press will be all over him.

So if I am coach or Fitzy and Inglis is fit to play FC, would I play him?... absolutely NOT. He plays and the pay will follow. Wire WILL be the biggest name in RL following our wins that are going to follow...and they WILL follow.

Sorry to sound condescending, I’m not trying to be. I’m just having another...”Wire will beat Saints in the play-offs and/or Wembley” and I’ll tell you why moment.
once a wire always a wire
Re: Inglis Thu Apr 15, 2021 6:49 am  

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rubber duckie wrote:
Inglis is fit....
Just think about this for a minute after my post.
You have to think outside the box.

Remember the impact Johns had....now I’m not talking about the pre game period. We’ve already had the attention for Inglis like Johns.
I’m talking about during the game vs Leeds and the result, which lets be honest, was never going to be in doubt. We caught Leeds at a good time, and the game goes down in history and it echoed all over Australia...and went live too.
I now come to my point.....
There is no guarantee that we can beat Hull and Cas over the next 2 weeks. However we are guaranteed to smash KR. (I do think we will beat both FC and Cas btw)

Now can you imagine the huge backchat if we play Inglis in either of these 2 games and we get beat?
Now this is the period I give you a minute to think about that....

The negativity that will come off defeats will echo around the world in complete contrast to Johns and make Wire and a Inglis the laughing stock for a generation, as Johns vs Leeds is the biggest league result of a generation. Inglis HAS to come out with a winning debut, for him and club, period. The fairytale WILL happen vs KR, and from that point, the stage is set and the honeymoon period attached with it. The press will be all over him.

So if I am coach or Fitzy and Inglis is fit to play FC, would I play him?... absolutely NOT. He plays and the pay will follow. Wire WILL be the biggest name in RL following our wins that are going to follow...and they WILL follow.

Sorry to sound condescending, I’m not trying to be. I’m just having another...”Wire will beat Saints in the play-offs and/or Wembley” and I’ll tell you why moment.


Aye oreet. Everyone in world rugby will be talking about the mighty Warington. No they won't. No one cares about Inglis anymore. He has been finished for 2 years and you wont get anything out of him on the pitch. Looking forward to seeing all the wins that will follow though. Ive been waiting to see that for about 20 odd years.......... More dreams. Invest in the youth, until that happens you WILL always fail.
Re: Inglis Thu Apr 15, 2021 7:13 am  

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Of all the twaddle he's come up this is probably his most delusional nonsense.
Ettinghausen's gone ice skatin'
Re: Inglis Thu Apr 15, 2021 7:31 am  

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ratticusfinch wrote:
Of all the twaddle he's come up this is probably his most delusional nonsense.


Agreed. I feel dumber for reading it!
Re: Inglis Thu Apr 15, 2021 7:36 am  

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The most disturbing thing us that he isn't a troll, he actually believes this guff he's posting. My favourite bit of nonsense in there was "we're guaranteed to smash Hull kr" :roll:
'I've done things i'm not proud of. And the things i am proud of,.......well they're disgusting'
Re: Inglis Thu Apr 15, 2021 7:48 am  

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I think 'echo around the world' could be considered slight hyperbole. Unless by that he means a tiny footnote in the sports section of the Sydney Morning Herald with the headline 'Inglis limps off on return as Warrington trounced by Rovers'.
Ettinghausen's gone ice skatin'
Re: Inglis Thu Apr 15, 2021 8:11 am  
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rubber duckie wrote:
Inglis is fit....
Just think about this for a minute after my post.
You have to think outside the box.

Remember the impact Johns had....now I’m not talking about the pre game period. We’ve already had the attention for Inglis like Johns.
I’m talking about during the game vs Leeds and the result, which lets be honest, was never going to be in doubt. We caught Leeds at a good time, and the game goes down in history and it echoed all over Australia...and went live too.
I now come to my point.....
There is no guarantee that we can beat Hull and Cas over the next 2 weeks. However we are guaranteed to smash KR. (I do think we will beat both FC and Cas btw)

Now can you imagine the huge backchat if we play Inglis in either of these 2 games and we get beat?
Now this is the period I give you a minute to think about that....

The negativity that will come off defeats will echo around the world in complete contrast to Johns and make Wire and a Inglis the laughing stock for a generation, as Johns vs Leeds is the biggest league result of a generation. Inglis HAS to come out with a winning debut, for him and club, period. The fairytale WILL happen vs KR, and from that point, the stage is set and the honeymoon period attached with it. The press will be all over him.

So if I am coach or Fitzy and Inglis is fit to play FC, would I play him?... absolutely NOT. He plays and the pay will follow. Wire WILL be the biggest name in RL following our wins that are going to follow...and they WILL follow.

Sorry to sound condescending, I’m not trying to be. I’m just having another...”Wire will beat Saints in the play-offs and/or Wembley” and I’ll tell you why moment.

http://youtu.be/REjBImPE3og
Neither glass half full or empty. Just a realist.
Re: Inglis Thu Apr 15, 2021 9:16 am  

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Rubber is definitely "thinking out of the box". He's just having a bit of fun ... don't bite.
He's a "poor lad" (Eddie Waring style).
Re: Inglis Thu Apr 15, 2021 10:23 am  
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We will smash Hull kr with inglis..we should be smashing Hull kr with out him especially with this squad we have...but I won't be holding my breath....
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