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Re: Bored with GW so team v HKR Sat Jun 19, 2021 7:07 am  

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John winder is the attack coach and he was under wane.

He has to go.

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Re: Bored with GW so team v HKR Sat Jun 19, 2021 9:02 am  

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I've said on so many threads and in so many different chats both on and off line that as much as I didn't like Wane amd his style of play (I told him to his face) we won trophies.

A few questions......

Do you believe a SW coached side would lose to St Helens in a semi final (or any game) by 30 points?
Do you think a SW coached side would lose a semi final AT HOME to anyone by 20 points let alone Salford?.
Do you think a SW coached side would be 0/5 in terns of trophies won?

I don't know if SW is the right man, but I know for a fact that Adrian Lam most definitely isn't!!!!!!

We need a 2010 style clear out and that includes off the field.

Things are looking bad when we are putting all of our hopes on the return of a past coach. In the current market the players that we need are just not available or do not want to play for us. This situation has not happened over night and will not be reversed overnight. As a result we are likely to miss out on more top class players and, instead have to go through a few seasons of improvement. The other option is to sign Warrington's accountant.
Re: Bored with GW so team v HKR Sat Jun 19, 2021 9:53 am  

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Under Wane we weren't the most exciting attacking team in the League, but we had the best defence.

Lam comes in and over promises "you will see a much more open attack that will excite the fans". Not only have we not seen this (apart from a few magical moments last year with French & Marshall) we have seen our defence crumble.

Even after a poor first hour last night at 8-12 down with 10 minutes left on the clock we should have turned the screw and taken the game. Instead we allow Hull KR to go the other end and score and end the game.

I don't think Lam will be sacked, as I've said before IL doesn't sack coaches. But I'd be absolutely flabbergasted if he gives him a contract extension.
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Re: Bored with GW so team v HKR Sat Jun 19, 2021 9:56 am  

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What was it, about six or seven repeat sets on their line in the first half ?
Never looked like scoring, good job we scraped those seven wins early on, might be a while before we see another one.


We dropped the ball in 1st tackle at a number of sets after HKR errors
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Re: Bored with GW so team v HKR Sat Jun 19, 2021 12:27 pm  

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MattyB wrote:
Under Wane we weren't the most exciting attacking team in the League, but we had the best defence.

Lam comes in and over promises "you will see a much more open attack that will excite the fans". Not only have we not seen this (apart from a few magical moments last year with French & Marshall) we have seen our defence crumble.

Even after a poor first hour last night at 8-12 down with 10 minutes left on the clock we should have turned the screw and taken the game. Instead we allow Hull KR to go the other end and score and end the game.

I don't think Lam will be sacked, as I've said before IL doesn't sack coaches. But I'd be absolutely flabbergasted if he gives him a contract extension.


Lenaghans lack of proactivity will burn us good and proper. It’s clear to us fans, couldn’t be much clearer to the players and it has to be clear to IL&KR that Lam isn’t good enough and won’t take this club forward, in fact I’d argue he’s taken it backwards the whole time he’s been here.

A “we’ll part ways at seasons end” isn’t good enough. He needs to go now and maybe we’ll have a chance of lifting the SL trophy.
Re: Bored with GW so team v HKR Sat Jun 19, 2021 1:15 pm  
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100% Warrior wrote:
Lenaghans lack of proactivity will burn us good and proper. It’s clear to us fans, couldn’t be much clearer to the players and it has to be clear to IL&KR that Lam isn’t good enough and won’t take this club forward, in fact I’d argue he’s taken it backwards the whole time he’s been here.

A “we’ll part ways at seasons end” isn’t good enough. He needs to go now and maybe we’ll have a chance of lifting the SL trophy.


Brilliant strategy :roll:

Who do you suppose you'll bring in? Don't bother naming anyone from the NRL as they won't come mid season - look at Fitzgibbon as an example of a assistant who has to see out the season at his current club before moving to his new side. Peyton, Kev Walters all came in for the start of a new season.
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Re: Bored with GW so team v HKR Sat Jun 19, 2021 1:18 pm  

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sergeant pepper wrote:
Brilliant strategy :roll:

Who do you suppose you'll bring in? Don't bother naming anyone from the NRL as they won't come mid season - look at Fitzgibbon as an example of a assistant who has to see out the season at his current club before moving to his new side. Peyton, Kev Walters all came in for the start of a new season.


I don’t know who. I’m not even going to try and pretend I do.

Maybe it isn’t the best strategy but what would you rather? Persist on with a useless coach who can’t tactic his way out of a paper bag? Same old rubbish churned out every week with the same old nonsense interview?

Saints got Justin Holbrook early-mid season and look how it turned out for them. It’s perfectly possible to do, but we won’t. We’ll do it on the cheap to the detriment of the club.
Re: Bored with GW so team v HKR Sat Jun 19, 2021 2:30 pm  
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sergeant pepper wrote:
Brilliant strategy :roll:

Who do you suppose you'll bring in? Don't bother naming anyone from the NRL as they won't come mid season - look at Fitzgibbon as an example of a assistant who has to see out the season at his current club before moving to his new side. Peyton, Kev Walters all came in for the start of a new season.



Tony Smith? Although i wouldn't want to lose him, you could do worse than trying to tempt him away from Rovers.
Re: Bored with GW so team v HKR Sat Jun 19, 2021 3:36 pm  
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Tony Smith? Although i wouldn't want to lose him, you could do worse than trying to tempt him away from Rovers.


What on earth are you doing????? Giving an opponent ideas on nicking our coach...Stop it, just stop it. :shock:
Re: Bored with GW so team v HKR Sun Jun 20, 2021 10:21 am  

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John Morris was sacked by Cronulla a few weeks and is available now. I thought Cronulla were making good progress under him and his sacking came as a surprise to most people. I’d certainly be quite happy if we were able to bring in someone like him. A completely new direction and someone with fresh ideas would be my preference.
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