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Over to you IFL Thu Sep 23, 2021 8:49 pm  
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Lowest point watching Wigan (and probably British rugby) in my life. Game is crap and we’re worse.

Worse than that there’s rumours the head coach appointment will come from within the coaching set up that have spectacularly failed :CRAZY:

Do that and we get even worse...crowds are haemorrhaging as it’s become an obligation for even the die hards:

The club is at a crossroads and the coaching appointment will be a huge impact on where next...The club are in disarray and change doesn’t come from within.

Choice is stark: Go within to more abject failure or go for someone big...maguire McDermott or a strong NRL number two and turn this thing around with some new ideas!

Peet will give you more of the same, mid table at best and less than 7/8k averages the club can’t afford!
Re: Over to you IFL Thu Sep 23, 2021 9:03 pm  

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I don't see how it can be any worse TBH.

How many halves of rugby did we fail to score in????
Re: Over to you IFL Thu Sep 23, 2021 9:23 pm  

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I'd go for Tony Smith, a couple of years good rugby to make up for the dross in recent seasons.
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Re: Over to you IFL Thu Sep 23, 2021 9:49 pm  

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I'd go for Tony Smith, a couple of years good rugby to make up for the dross in recent seasons.

I agree but he seems to have made a nice home at KR sadly
Re: Over to you IFL Thu Sep 23, 2021 9:55 pm  
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Number one on Lenagan's to do list has to be to let Radlinski go. Until that happens don't expect any improvement.
Re: Over to you IFL Thu Sep 23, 2021 10:17 pm  
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Wigan6/Leeds1 Andy wrote:
Number one on Lenagan's to do list has to be to let Radlinski go. Until that happens don't expect any improvement.


What makes you come to that conclusion? I don't really see Rads having much impact in on-field performance
Re: Over to you IFL Thu Sep 23, 2021 10:19 pm  

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What makes you come to that conclusion? I don't really see Rads having much impact in on-field performance


….but he’s a big contributor to off field decisions, which are clearly very poor.
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Re: Over to you IFL Thu Sep 23, 2021 10:23 pm  
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What makes you come to that conclusion? I don't really see Rads having much impact in on-field performance


Given his role in recruitment and retention, it's pretty obvious he does.
Re: Over to you IFL Thu Sep 23, 2021 10:26 pm  

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Wigan6/Leeds1 Andy wrote:
Number one on Lenagan's to do list has to be to let Radlinski go. Until that happens don't expect any improvement.

Don't know how you get to that, realistically we don't know who has what responsibility and who made each decision.
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Re: Over to you IFL Thu Sep 23, 2021 10:31 pm  

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Wigan6/Leeds1 Andy wrote:
Number one on Lenagan's to do list has to be to let Radlinski go. Until that happens don't expect any improvement.


KR is just a puppet
A chief exec with an owner chairman is a lose lose situation. I don’t rate KR but his authority levels re major decisions are about the same as mine at Wigan RLFC I.e. jack shoite. By the way IF if you’d have spent less time with the “warriors” and kept the Wigan RLFC maybe you’d have seen the shoite in front of your eyes. Are we still having the Ancient and Loyal badge back IL/KR for 2022? You won’t see a cent from me for my kids or grandkids on any merchandise in 2022 “warrior” or RLFC

Any chief executive with half a brain and full of opium would have potted Lam after the Barcelona debacle

The last 3 years sits squarely with IL. Total utter shoite encapsulated in tonight’s “performance”

The squad for next year is worse than this year. I don’t care if Peet can walk down the Leeds and Liverpool canal with a boa on his head and a feather up his arris I won’t be there. I’m done. I’m finished.
It will be Peet. All the shoite about different options is just shoite pretty much like the shoite reverberated at the forum.

It’s not ale talk I’ve had zippo. Due to work commitments I literally ran to the ground tonight to get there on time. Never again until the club is stripped and rebuilt. I used to literally cry when we lost when I was a kid. Tonight I couldn’t give a fishes tit.

Waney we know each other do yourself a favour don’t comeback in any role unless you have total utter control on signings. It’s too late for that so good luck in your dealings with journeymen like Thornley and Miller. KR thinks Miller will be a good signing, that’s how good our management is. The club states how dependent they are on gate receipts and not one new signing has even a dot of stardust. Chief Exec and Chairman, I’ve shoite better before my breakfast.

IL has had a grave dereliction of duty over the last 3 years and it will take someone else to resolve it. He’s done dusted and an ineffectual owner who owns a pup and he’s castrated it.
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