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Re: Head Coach - The Candidates Mon Jun 21, 2021 9:34 pm  

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ColD wrote:
Seem to be digging your claws in don’t you, generally with unsubstantiated comments. Not DB’s biggest fan by any means but he’s put more into this club than any of us could dream of - and I don’t mean financially, only to be criticised by the do nothings

And how can you say he is putting nothing in, COVID and the crowds will be having a massive input on the incomings - who’s balancing the books, can be pretty sure it ain’t you.


We can’t make 4K crowds with Covid in place. So somebody is doing something wrong.
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Re: Head Coach - The Candidates Mon Jun 21, 2021 9:45 pm  

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I wish he had gone to Huddersfield with Watson, they wouldn't have lost against Salford on Friday, Rowley was a major part of Salfords success story as tge assistant offensive coach but Watson accepted and took all the accolades, watch Huddersfield perform with better player's than Salford had to call on, there is clearly something missing from the coaching setup.

Saying that, I would not have Rowley in charge as Head Coach I think he has proved his worth as a team player.


I thought he was defensive coach at Salford? Surely Watson was offence!
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Re: Head Coach - The Candidates Wed Jun 23, 2021 7:20 am  

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atomic wrote:
I thought he was defensive coach at Salford? Surely Watson was offence!

Then you are mistaken Atomic, Rowleys trademark is the attack, think back to his time with us as head coach, he wouldn't change the team or rotate the squad because he wanted to keep the offence playing together in his certain pattern.
It was also very very noticable and no coincidence that Salfords fortune changed and they became far more expansive when Rowley joined them, I stated on another site when Watson was leaving for the Huddersfield job that if he doesn't take Rowley along with him, he will not have the same success.
Re: Head Coach - The Candidates Wed Jun 23, 2021 2:50 pm  

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Then you are mistaken Atomic, Rowleys trademark is the attack, think back to his time with us as head coach, he wouldn't change the team or rotate the squad because he wanted to keep the offence playing together in his certain pattern.
It was also very very noticable and no coincidence that Salfords fortune changed and they became far more expansive when Rowley joined them, I stated on another site when Watson was leaving for the Huddersfield job that if he doesn't take Rowley along with him, he will not have the same success.


Quite right H, I think it’s still very easy to write things in hindsight. Rowls failed using as you stated no rotation. I suppose the question? Should be has he learned from that experience! Toronto for all his glory there, where soon rid of him when SL came about.
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Re: Head Coach - The Candidates Thu Jun 24, 2021 1:44 pm  

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Quite right H, I think it’s still very easy to write things in hindsight. Rowls failed using as you stated no rotation. I suppose the question? Should be has he learned from that experience! Toronto for all his glory there, where soon rid of him when SL came about.



Atomic, why are you such a PR hater, he has been the best coach we have in in the last 10 years and clearly no better off than we were? explain or please leave it!
Re: Head Coach - The Candidates Thu Jun 24, 2021 4:10 pm  

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EVO105 wrote:
Atomic, why are you such a PR hater, he has been the best coach we have in in the last 10 years and clearly no better off than we were? explain or please leave it!



you think he was a better coach than ian millward
Re: Head Coach - The Candidates Thu Jun 24, 2021 5:09 pm  

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Atomic, why are you such a PR hater, he has been the best coach we have in in the last 10 years and clearly no better off than we were? explain or please leave it!


You should appreciate that any negative comments about Rowley have nothing to do with coaching ability.
Re: Head Coach - The Candidates Thu Jun 24, 2021 11:34 pm  

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Atomic, why are you such a PR hater, he has been the best coach we have in in the last 10 years and clearly no better off than we were? explain or please leave it!


Evo I post on facts not fiction. Rowls couldn’t make the grade as a SL coach. Champ he is the best. That’s the level.
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Re: Head Coach - The Candidates Fri Jun 25, 2021 7:03 am  

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atomic wrote:
Evo I post on facts not fiction. Rowls couldn’t make the grade as a SL coach. Champ he is the best. That’s the level.

Rowley left Toronto the season before they gained promotion, McDermott was the coach the season when they secured promotion, and as I eluded to his contribution to Salford was immense in an assistants role in SL, to me that is his level in SL, as a very very good offensive assistant, not as a head coach.
There are a few good assistants knocking about in SL e.g. Lee Briers, Sean Long, Keiron Purtill who have yet to take the heads responsibility's woukd you say they are not SL coaches?
Re: Head Coach - The Candidates Fri Jun 25, 2021 8:18 am  

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you think he was a better coach than ian millward
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