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Re: Lam 1 year extension Wed Jun 23, 2021 11:58 am  

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I think today's squad is superior to the squad that Millward worked with so unlikely that we'd get beat by anyone by 70+ points but in terms of a team playing almost blind, bereft of ideas, a coach seemingly unaware of what is happening in front of him and seemingly incapable of addressing basic issues I'd put Lam in with Millward.
We seem to be drifting aimlessly with the captain asleep below decks.

Where do you see our next win coming from?

Wakefield's squad for tomorrow looks according to their board to be decimated so you'd expect us with lots of players missing but with more resources available to win pretty comfortably.
Our next 7 games we have Wakefield twice, Huddersfield twice, Wire twice and Saints once.
If we are a top 2 side you'd expect 5 or 6 wins. How many do you predict? On current form I'd say 2 or 3 at best.

If my comment was embarrassing it can only be your embarrassment on my behalf because I'm perfectly sober and fine with it.
Thanks for having my back so to speak but I don't regret my post and I won't be embarrassed if somehow Lam manages to turn it around. Actually if he does mange to turn it around and we win say 6 of the next 7 I'd be ecstatic and be more than happy for you to remind me of my stupidity.

We won 1 from 7 at one stage under Millward, and went 168 minutes without a point. This season we aren't pretty but we were grinding out wins pretty much every week before that Catalans thrashing. We had the field position to put KR away but weren't creative enough to get over the line. I think we'll go back to grinding out wins now and would fancy us against anyone who isn't Catalans/Saints/Wire. That's not great but it's miles better than where we were under Millward.
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Most idiotic post ever goes to Grimmy..... The way to restart should be an arm wrestle between a designated player from each side.
Re: Lam 1 year extension Wed Jun 23, 2021 12:06 pm  
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Grimmy wrote:
We won 1 from 7 at one stage under Millward, and went 168 minutes without a point. This season we aren't pretty but we were grinding out wins pretty much every week before that Catalans thrashing. We had the field position to put KR away but weren't creative enough to get over the line. I think we'll go back to grinding out wins now and would fancy us against anyone who isn't Catalans/Saints/Wire. That's not great but it's miles better than where we were under Millward.


Without a shadow of a doubt.

I do however think that Lam is probably a worse coach than Millward. He was awful, but had a really bad side. Lam is awful, but I don't actually think this team is that bad. It's just poorly coached, selected and motivated imo.
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Re: Lam 1 year extension Wed Jun 23, 2021 3:28 pm  
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Grimmy wrote:
We won 1 from 7 at one stage under Millward, and went 168 minutes without a point..


We pretty much did the same until Gildart scored on Friday.
Re: Lam 1 year extension Wed Jun 23, 2021 3:33 pm  

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Wigan6/Leeds1 Andy wrote:
We pretty much did the same until Gildart scored on Friday.


True
Re: Lam 1 year extension Wed Jun 23, 2021 5:14 pm  

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Goulding would be the better option


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Re: Lam 1 year extension Thu Jun 24, 2021 2:01 am  

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What dispirits me is that I keep reading posts saying the standard of SL has never been lower (and that's a debate for another time), but, nevertheless, I watch the Superleague Show, and I see other teams, Jeez, not just Saints and Wire, even Wakey, put on better scores than Wigan look currently capable of. I hope Marshall regains his full form and fitness, but that can't be enough.
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