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Author:  PopTart [ Fri Jul 19, 2019 2:09 pm ]
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Big lads mate wrote:I disagree regarding the defence of Grix Pop wether organising or getting involved , I’ve watched many games back that he’s played and what he was good at was getting out of the way by pushing others towards the defensive areas, especially on our goal line and
throwing his arms about blaming someone else, as you can tell I thought he was a poor FB at Wakefield. Cameras don’t lie apparently.


But actually that is what we need.
A full back is there to tackle a couple of prople a game. His primary role in defence is to organise everyone else.

Author:  Big lads mate [ Fri Jul 19, 2019 5:05 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Changes

PopTart wrote:But actually that is what we need.
A full back is there to tackle a couple of prople a game. His primary role in defence is to organise everyone else.

Yes I understand that’s what a good FB does but it wasn’t organising it was getting out of the firing line by Grix, very rarely followed the ball across the line and rarely was he in the frame when the opposition scored, I don’t bag players when in a Trinity shirt , but had to bite my lip on several occasions with him, sorry.

Author:  Manuel [ Fri Jul 19, 2019 6:08 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Changes

YOU CANT BE SERIOUS
players need coaching to run onto a ball and move up in defence?!!!

Author:  PopTart [ Sat Jul 20, 2019 6:33 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Changes

Big lads mate wrote:Yes I understand that’s what a good FB does but it wasn’t organising it was getting out of the firing line by Grix, very rarely followed the ball across the line and rarely was he in the frame when the opposition scored, I don’t bag players when in a Trinity shirt , but had to bite my lip on several occasions with him, sorry.


Sorry misunderstood your post.
All I can say is it seemed to work better with him and I'm sure Chester spoke about it too.

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