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Re: Woolford, the squad and the future Sun Jun 23, 2019 9:34 am  

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The only problem our squad has is there not playing regularly with each other it’s a different squad every week , I thought frawley was actually decent last night , Matagi runs hard and has a decent game maybe 1/5 and uate maybe be a different player after his op we just gotta wait and find out also believe we were putting a lot of pressure on young kids who arnt really ready for it


that should be matagi runs hard once in every 8 matches, the rest he goes missing.
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Re: Woolford, the squad and the future Sun Jun 23, 2019 9:36 am  

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I must take issue with giants rl comments about Woolford ruining Seb, I was at the pre season meeting when Simon pointed that Seb had turned up for pre season training overweight unfit and with a bad attitude, this after a poor season, under those circumstances any manager would be right to question a players attitude. So no, Simon didn`t ruin him and the fact Seb has done very little when picked tends to support the coaches judgement.


it was clear in pre season too that woolford wanted him out offering him to other clubs, no one could afford him so hes stuck here, cant blame him not wanting to play for the coach, works both ways
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Re: Woolford, the squad and the future Sun Jun 23, 2019 9:37 am  

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How long until Uate is back? no mention of him at all anymore


back 'next week' :wink:
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Re: Woolford, the squad and the future Sun Jun 23, 2019 1:06 pm  

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it was clear in pre season too that woolford wanted him out offering him to other clubs, no one could afford him so hes stuck here, cant blame him not wanting to play for the coach, works both ways


He shouldn’t need motivating to play for the coach- he should do it for himself and his teammates.
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Re: Woolford, the squad and the future Sun Jun 23, 2019 4:28 pm  

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He shouldn’t need motivating to play for the coach- he should do it for himself and his teammates.


yeh so should the rest too
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Re: Woolford, the squad and the future Tue Jun 25, 2019 10:18 am  

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Don't get me wrong, I like how Woolford comes across, but I thought at the time that Thorman deserved the bulk of the credit for the turnaround last year. Is the honeymoon period with Woolford over? Do we bite the bullet and go for Shaun Wane while he's still available? We have some outstanding youngsters on the way through, could he be the man to bring them through?

In my opinion, it's hard for Woolford, he doesn't have his own coaching staff, and he's had limited time to bring in his own players. The problem is, the players he has brought in have been pretty garbage, which doesn't help his cause. We're in a tight division, and most of the teams are inconsistent, it's just the manner in which we give up so often which is disappointing.

We are lacking a leader of men, someone who will accept nothing less than 100%, if we aren't going to buy that on the field, then we need it in the dressing room.

I think this weekends game vs Wakey could decide which way we go.
Re: Woolford, the squad and the future Tue Jun 25, 2019 12:46 pm  

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yeh the character and desire has been brought into question a number of times this season... still not been resolved, even if it can!

cudjoe will help with the leadership on the field... could do with a few more like him to come in
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Re: Woolford, the squad and the future Tue Jun 25, 2019 6:49 pm  

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I think we need to stick with a coach for a period of time, Woolford inherited a very bad situation in regards to personnel and contracts, if it weren't for our youth setup we would be totally stuffed at the moment. I'm willing ot give him time to assemble a better squad. remember he wanted Hastings badly and that would have proved to be an excellent signing. We do need to get much smarter with regards to our recruitment, i would classify this as our main area to improve , we get nowhere near the value for money from signings that say Wakefield do.
Re: Woolford, the squad and the future Tue Jun 25, 2019 8:22 pm  

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I think we need to stick with a coach for a period of time, Woolford inherited a very bad situation in regards to personnel and contracts, if it weren't for our youth setup we would be totally stuffed at the moment. I'm willing ot give him time to assemble a better squad. remember he wanted Hastings badly and that would have proved to be an excellent signing. We do need to get much smarter with regards to our recruitment, i would classify this as our main area to improve , we get nowhere near the value for money from signings that say Wakefield do.


If we look at the likes of Salford and Wakefield they have performed better than we have- but up until recently have not had the player issues we have- how many consecutive games have we named 13 players the same- compare that with Salford, Wakefield are struggling now.....because injuries are biting. It’s easy to swap in the odd player- we e had disruption right from day one- including disruption to off season preparation.
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Re: Woolford, the squad and the future Tue Jun 25, 2019 9:56 pm  

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Until Thewlis goes nothing will change and now really loyal fans are so fed up they are starting to vote with their feet. Sadly I don’t see this happening
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