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Tue Mar 10, 2009 8:14 am  

User avatarBal wrote:
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You may not like Thorman but making statements like that undermine your case.

If Friday was anything to go by Brett Hodgson cannot tackle, does not know when to pass the ball or keep it and cannot kick goals would it be ok to get rid of him.

Thorman is a good passer and his tackling was Ok. he won us more games than he lost for us and there are not that many players we can say that about. he set up two tries for Hull so he must have done something right. thorman had strengths and weaknesses as do most players. What is important is how the indavidual players come together to make a team.

Hulls half backs had more balance and complementing skills than did ours..

i was going to stop joining in this debate about Thorman but if everyone else keeps slagging him off unfairly i may have to break that promise.

I wish we had kept Thorman for another season and given Brown time to pick , choose and mould his own players. We will see how well Brown and Robbo are at the end of ths season.


I think that is a fair assesment of the situation. Thorman has a very good Rugby brain and you can see him and Berrigan leading the players around the field which is why Hull suddenly look like we have some direction in our play.

I agree that what he lacks in his average defence and speed that he makes up for in his tactical kicking (with Berrigan and Horne as well, were now very good in that dept.), passing and leadership. Good signing for us I think.
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Tue Mar 10, 2009 11:06 am  

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FLYINGPROP wrote:
ME ME ME, all Thorman did was stood and passed the ball to Horne who was outstanding, He put a good kick in which resulted in a try, but at one point there was a gap as big as Humber and he was too slow to get thru it, sums it up for me.

Thorman 30+ Good football brain, too slow now


Horne wouldn't have being able to be half as good as he has being so far this season without Thorman playing.
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Tue Mar 10, 2009 11:36 am  
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pmarrow wrote:
Horne wouldn't have being able to be half as good as he has being so far this season without Thorman playing.


Do you mean "been"? I thought Horne was pregnant with an alien when I first read that! :D
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Tue Mar 10, 2009 1:31 pm  

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Baron Greenback wrote:
Do you mean "been"? I thought Horne was pregnant with an alien when I first read that! :D


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Tue Mar 10, 2009 1:43 pm  
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To take a leaf from your book, Thormans gone, get over it man.


I was quoting the baron! :lol:
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