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Re: Matty Peet : Sun Sep 18, 2022 12:28 am  
Matty Peet as shown class in everything he has done, and we have every reason to look forward to next season.
Re: Matty Peet : Sun Sep 18, 2022 12:53 am  
moto748 wrote:
Matty Peet as shown class in everything he has done, and we have every reason to look forward to next season.


He has and I expect him to learn from his errors,
Re: Matty Peet : Tue Sep 20, 2022 6:28 pm  
From a Leeds fan I am full of respect for the guy.
Very honest and gracious in defeat.
And an excellent coach who will only get better.
Re: Matty Peet : Tue Sep 20, 2022 9:21 pm  
Well done Matty on winning Coach of the Year, even if the surprise was slightly ruined by the presenter holding the envelope the wrong way round.
Re: Matty Peet : Tue Sep 20, 2022 9:52 pm  
Well done Matty - probably the right choice although wouldn't have complained if Paul Rowley had got it.

The right Man of Steel winner as well IMO in Brodie Croft.
Re: Matty Peet : Tue Sep 20, 2022 9:59 pm  
MadDogg wrote:
The right Man of Steel winner as well IMO in Brodie Croft.


Absolute joke of decision (again) imo. Been rubbish for all of 6 games and everyone has jumped on the band wagon. Field has been quality all season.
Re: Matty Peet : Tue Sep 20, 2022 10:01 pm  
MadDogg wrote:
Well done Matty - probably the right choice although wouldn't have complained if Paul Rowley had got it.

The right Man of Steel winner as well IMO in Brodie Croft.

Great year from Croft but Field has been incredible. Strange choice.

Up there with McShane getting it over French in 2020 and Rangi getting it over peak Sam Tomkins in 2011
Re: Matty Peet : Tue Sep 20, 2022 10:06 pm  
sergeant pepper wrote:
Absolute joke of decision (again) imo. Been rubbish for all of 6 games and everyone has jumped on the band wagon. Field has been quality all season.


Yep, bit of a Trent Barrett moment this for me.
Re: Matty Peet : Tue Sep 20, 2022 10:31 pm  
NSW wrote:
Great year from Croft but Field has been incredible. Strange choice.

Up there with McShane getting it over French in 2020 and Rangi getting it over peak Sam Tomkins in 2011


Big fish in a small pond trophy.
Re: Matty Peet : Wed Sep 21, 2022 6:39 am  
Ultimately Bevan stopped Field getting MoS this year - the way the point system goes he would have taken majority of Wigan's points in the back half of the season - despite Field doing a great job turning into supplier rather than scorer.

Shame for Field as I think he's been the standout star from the start of SL - the RL writers award shows the real gap I think without the limitations of the scoring system for MoS.

I like Croft he's had a great season and was my close 2nd to Field. Hope he stays on for Salford (or Wigan sign him ;-)
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