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Re: Remaining Games Mon Jun 17, 2019 6:36 am  

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hope leeds go down

Dont we all mate. :lol:
Re: Remaining Games Mon Jun 17, 2019 7:12 am  

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des lawson wrote:
Dont we all mate. :lol:


I'd be amazed if Leeds are allowed to go down.

I think you will be Ok, if Sheens was still in charge I think you could be in real danger, but think bringing in Smith, which has given you a boost and I expect you to win on Thursday and avoid relegation with a few game to spare.

London will still go down, but they have done unbelievable well to achieve what they have already, then SL clubs will come in for their players and coach and they will be back to square one unfortunately.
Re: Remaining Games Mon Jun 17, 2019 7:49 am  

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Thursdays game should be a cracker, London have shown they’re very capable of beating anyone. Hopefully the fact they’ve had to travel to France & back takes a little bit out of them.
The Derby will be interesting too, we have an extra 2 days for preparation & recuperation; plus fc are also away to Les Cats in their next match. Hopefully that can help give us an advantage.
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Re: Remaining Games Mon Jun 17, 2019 8:55 am  

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Think you guys will be ok come the end of the season and dare I say it hopefully London too. Had you kept Sheens it would have been more of a possibility but think the arrival of Smith gives you the edge.

For me its Leeds that are the ones in the biggest trouble, with Agar at the helm and the HB pairing either of Myler, Sutcliffe or Lolohea and loosing Watkins unless they bring in someone as a matter of urgency to give them direction and leadership on the field they are for a very tough time.

Just see HKR and London having more about them to get more wins than Leeds from now until the end of the season.
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Re: Remaining Games Mon Jun 17, 2019 9:02 am  

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Chris71 wrote:
Think you guys will be ok come the end of the season and dare I say it hopefully London too. Had you kept Sheens it would have been more of a possibility but think the arrival of Smith gives you the edge.

For me its Leeds that are the ones in the biggest trouble, with Agar at the helm and the HB pairing either of Myler, Sutcliffe or Lolohea and loosing Watkins unless they bring in someone as a matter of urgency to give them direction and leadership on the field they are for a very tough time.

Just see HKR and London having more about them to get more wins than Leeds from now until the end of the season.


Leeds must have a plan, think they will bring in at least one big named player, probably a halfback, can't see any other reason for letting Watkins go now.
Re: Remaining Games Mon Jun 17, 2019 10:29 am  

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Chris atkin reportedly signed for salford,not surprised really sheens made it clear he was surplus to requirements.Good enough or not he never seemed to have a real chance in the halves.
Re: Remaining Games Mon Jun 17, 2019 11:11 am  

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des lawson wrote:
Chris atkin reportedly signed for salford,not surprised really sheens made it clear he was surplus to requirements.Good enough or not he never seemed to have a real chance in the halves.



Looking like Ryan, Minikin, Hadley, Parcell and Abdul in

With

McGuire, Vai Vai, Greenwood, Lunt and Atkin out.

Happy with that?
Re: Remaining Games Mon Jun 17, 2019 11:13 am  

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Dave K. wrote:
Looking like Ryan, Minikin, Hadley, Parcell and Abdul in

With

McGuire, Vai Vai, Greenwood, Lunt and Atkin out.

Happy with that?


Abdull looking very good this year, really matured into a good half
Re: Remaining Games Mon Jun 17, 2019 11:18 am  

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Dave K. wrote:
Looking like Ryan, Minikin, Hadley, Parcell and Abdul in

With

McGuire, Vai Vai, Greenwood, Lunt and Atkin out.

Happy with that?

I was amazed we let abdull go to london,was a work in progress and seemed to improve game by game.Parcell would be a cracking signing,lunt has been a shining example but cant go on forever,if it happens i thank him for his stellar service to us,minikin and hadley seem to be ok.Ryan similar to ryan shaw,whose goalkicking is his biggest asset.
Re: Remaining Games Mon Jun 17, 2019 12:31 pm  

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des lawson wrote:
I was amazed we let abdull go to london,was a work in progress and seemed to improve game by game.Parcell would be a cracking signing,lunt has been a shining example but cant go on forever,if it happens i thank him for his stellar service to us,minikin and hadley seem to be ok.Ryan similar to ryan shaw,whose goalkicking is his biggest asset.


Pretty much agree, Abdul and Parcell very good, the rest I'd class as solid, Ryan potential.

Abdul has looked very good this year, think him leaving Hull was the right move, was never going to play halfback with the players we have and too good not to play SL.

My only fear with him, would be moving closer to family, not a good influence on him, particularly with his weight.
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