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Offline wily ole dog

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« 2022-Apr-02, 11:45 AM Reply #3925 »
Panthers quickly taking over the Storms mantle as the most disliked team

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« 2022-Apr-02, 01:49 PM Reply #3926 »
When you have muppets like Lattrell, Walker and Arrow you're well in the discussion  ;)

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« 2022-Apr-03, 06:32 PM Reply #3927 »
Ditto for your mob with the dancer who calls himself ďKingĒ, a grub backrower and the most self-centred & entitled half back running around In the game. Who incidentally plays in a dinner suit  :lol:

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« 2022-Apr-03, 07:57 PM Reply #3928 »
Whoí s the grub back rower.

Not the bloke who I couldnít believe let go a few years ago, surely.

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« 2022-Apr-03, 08:14 PM Reply #3929 »
Wasnít a grub back then  :biggrin:

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« 2022-Apr-15, 06:52 PM Reply #3930 »
GLORY GLORY

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« 2022-Apr-15, 08:34 PM Reply #3931 »
Got the jump when we had a man more but a winís a win.

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« 2022-Apr-15, 08:57 PM Reply #3932 »
Why did we have a man more?

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« 2022-Apr-15, 09:57 PM Reply #3933 »
We had a man more when we chalked up 3 tries
« Last Edit: 2022-Apr-15, 09:59 PM by JWesleyHarding »

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« 2022-Apr-16, 08:31 AM Reply #3934 »
So Iíll ask again. Why were we a man up?

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« 2022-Apr-16, 08:39 AM Reply #3935 »
One of the dogs were in the bin 10 mins

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« 2022-Apr-16, 11:48 AM Reply #3936 »
Itís like pulling teeth 🤪

Why was he in the bin?

Was it for the 6 consecutive 6 again calls & the constant offisides or the illegal markers breaking early or perhaps the flops and leg pulls that constantly stifled our attack in their quarter?

A clear & deliberate tactic that most teams have devised against us to shut the best 5/8th in the comp, out of the game. :bulb:

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« 2022-Apr-16, 01:29 PM Reply #3937 »
Why doesnít matter Wily.

The fact is we scored 3 of our 6 tries when we had 13-12.

They scored as many as us when we were at full strength.

A winís a win but we shouldnít get carried away with it is all Iím saying.


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« 2022-Apr-16, 03:08 PM Reply #3938 »


A clear & deliberate tactic that most teams have devised against us to shut the best 5/8th in the comp, out of the game. :bulb:

April fools was a few weeks back. Bloke has been MIA since his 7 was unwanted and went north. Struggling to stand up as it's pretty easy for teams to nullify when there's no one else  :bulb:

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« 2022-Apr-16, 08:14 PM Reply #3939 »
With the greatest respect I suggest you havenít been watching as closely as you may watch your own team.

It as clear yesterday that the constant focus on Walker was the down fall of 5he dogs. Murray and the rapidly developing Ilias are becoming more threatening every week.
When the dogs finally realised this was when Walker cut loose.

Week 6 down, bring in the rest of the season 👏👏
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« 2022-Apr-17, 11:13 AM Reply #3940 »
I have to agree with Wily. Souths are traditional slow starters and this year it was worse with no Mitchell at the start of the season along with the loss of Reynolds, Gagai and even Sua. They have a rookie half,  new centre and fullback combo etc.

Souths played Strom, Roosters and Panthers. They managed to win one and were competive in other 2. Their loss to Broncos in the 1st round will annoy them though. The only top 4 side from last year they play in next 6 weeks is Manly. They play Tigers twice, Raiders, Broncos and Warriors in the other games. If they manage to win 4 or 5 of their next 6 games. They will be looking at a record of 7-8 wins in the first 12 rounds . That is a good platform if that happens for rest of the season with Mitchell back by Round 13 and Ilias getting more game time.

Souths will again challenge for the top 4 if they have a decent record by the Round 13 bye.

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« 2022-Apr-26, 09:27 AM Reply #3941 »
REYNOLDS SHOWS UP BUNNIES

We're only two months into the new season, but the prize for the worst decision of the year can confidently already be awarded to South Sydney.

The move not to re-sign their little general Adam Reynolds has already come back to bite the Rabbitohs big time. Just take a look at last weekend.

Reynolds' new club the Broncos looked dead and buried against an enthusiastic Bulldogs side until Reynolds steered them out of trouble with three try assists and a brilliant kicking game.

Meanwhile, the Rabbitohs tumbled to a shock loss to struggling Wests Tigers and look leaderless and lost for long periods. Reynolds' replacement Lachlan Ilias will be a good player in two or three seasons but right now, is still learning the ropes.

Reynolds' partner in crime Cody Walker also looks to be struggling without his mate - and it's shaping as lean times for the Rabbitohs for some time to come.


https://wwos.nine.com.au/nrl/the-mole-south-sydney-rabbitohs-pay-cost-adam-reynolds-decision/c1b46d1a-e5fb-40e3-8eae-05d125856295


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« 2022-Apr-26, 09:31 AM Reply #3942 »
Absolute rubbish .

Who is the mole? Heís clueless.

Gin, Iím surprised you even fell for such click bait

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« 2022-Apr-26, 10:13 AM Reply #3943 »
I said it the other week Wily, it's obvious with Ilias a work in progress that it's easy for teams to focus on Walker.

It's glaring through at the moment.  :bulb:

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« 2022-Apr-26, 10:31 AM Reply #3944 »
Of course but itís a pointless narrative and frankly how we lost on the weekend was no different to countless losses over the last few years under Reynos stewardship.

On reyno, glad he played well in the  2nd half this week. Thatís all it was
I guess that papers over the very average display over the previous 3 in many eyes.

As I said itís a pointless narrative with these clowns constantly referencing our form with the loss of Adam
« Last Edit: 2022-Apr-26, 10:33 AM by wily ole dog »

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« 2022-Apr-26, 10:39 AM Reply #3945 »
I hate to say it boys but you need more from the senior players with no Reynolds. I donít mean just Walker but Cooke, Mitchell (when he is back), the forwards etc. Gagai is another player who takes the ball up regularly and is wasted at the knights. Ilias is starting to learn but will not be dominant.

The big stat from last week was Tigers completed 43/44 sets. That ie frustrating for the opposition as it normally means you get the ball from your half to start your attack unless you have repeat sets.

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« 2022-May-06, 08:17 AM Reply #3946 »
Souths have a big mountain to climb over the next few weeks. They were terrible last night but lucky for them, they have easy or easier games over next few games so they could get their attack in order. Reynolds showed yesterday why Souths were silly to let him go.

Walkerís ill discipline cost them dearly when the Broncos capitalised and scored their 3rd try. But it was the general mistakes that directly led to 3 or 4 tries which will worry their fans. Their lack of completions and ability to put pressure was a huge factor in their loss.

I canít see Souths making the top 4 unless they have a huge run over the next few months.

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« 2022-May-06, 09:22 AM Reply #3947 »
We were exceptionally poor last night. Gifting them tries and horrendous errors. Thereís a variety of reasons for this.
Reynolds leaving is one of the lesser ones. It was far from a ďsilly Souths decision ď

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« 2022-May-06, 09:55 AM Reply #3948 »
Yesí it was ďfar from a silly decisionĒ , it was a stupid  :censored: ing decision.

He was not a nippy little half who was likely to lose his speed at the ripe old age of 31. He is a General who steers his troops around the field and puts up inch-perfect up-and-unders. His age of 31 should not have featured in the decision.

As I predicated ages ago we arenít competitive this year.  :tears: :tears: :tears:
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« 2022-May-06, 10:50 AM Reply #3949 »
Yesí it was ďfar from a silly decisionĒ , it was a stupid  :censored: ing decision.
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  :lol:   :lol:   :lol:  That's some JWH gold right there.

Moronic is the word that comes to mind.


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