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Re: TV games (not Wire) : Fri Sep 23, 2022 6:23 pm  
Dita's Slot Meter wrote:
So, unless you just wanted to turn this into a dick-measuring contest, why differentiate between bigger and successful, when you openly admit that its one and the same thing?

Truth is, you just want to come on and cause an argument with people having a honest debate about RL matters (whichever team that's about is of no concern on an open RL forum as this one is), because you're likely a sad virgin with little else to take up your sad, pathetic life.


Truth is, you're now completely rattled when some facts come have your way and have resorted to playground insults. Which, to be fair, says a lot about you.

Warrington as a big club a club as St Helens? First thing you should be thinking about is not comparing yourself to us, it's getting up and past the likes of Wakefield, Hull KR and Salford as your so-called 'big' club finished second from bottom and is currently lagging behind even them.
Re: TV games (not Wire) : Fri Sep 23, 2022 7:08 pm  
Wolf Hall wrote:
I have received a number of emails in SPAM from someone addressed as marvin@rlfans.com telling me new postings have been made on this subject. I have deleted them but is this genuine or simply a scam / fishing exercise.
I was notified some time ago that my login details were farmed alongside many others, is there a security issue on this site?



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Wolf Hall wrote:
I have received a number of emails in SPAM from someone addressed as marvin@rlfans.com telling me new postings have been made on this subject. I have deleted them but is this genuine or simply a scam / fishing exercise.
I was notified some time ago that my login details were farmed alongside many others, is there a security issue on this site?



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Re: TV games (not Wire) : Fri Sep 23, 2022 8:32 pm  
RuddyScoosers wrote:
The ultimate barometer in size is success. And we leave your lot standing in that. Wigan are the biggest club, but we've been Champions 5 times more than Leeds, 10 times more than Hull and 13 times more than you. You've not been Champions since 1955 and have only won it a p*ss poor three times in your mediocre history.

It could be argued Widnes are a bigger club than you. At least they can say they've won a World Club Challenge and you don't have to be 75+ to remember them being Champions in this country.

You have a bigger population as a town, but we still pull in bigger crowds and take more to away games. You're so 'big' you lurk below Huddersfield on this list. https://www.seriousaboutrl.com/ranking- ... gue-37281/

Most be chilly in Warrington, living in our shadow all these years.

Think you and your lot are still sulking of us humiliating your so successful team at Wembley..I know cos I hear it at work from your ungrateful mob at work
RuddyScoosers wrote:
The ultimate barometer in size is success. And we leave your lot standing in that. Wigan are the biggest club, but we've been Champions 5 times more than Leeds, 10 times more than Hull and 13 times more than you. You've not been Champions since 1955 and have only won it a p*ss poor three times in your mediocre history.

It could be argued Widnes are a bigger club than you. At least they can say they've won a World Club Challenge and you don't have to be 75+ to remember them being Champions in this country.

You have a bigger population as a town, but we still pull in bigger crowds and take more to away games. You're so 'big' you lurk below Huddersfield on this list. https://www.seriousaboutrl.com/ranking- ... gue-37281/

Most be chilly in Warrington, living in our shadow all these years.

Think you and your lot are still sulking of us humiliating your so successful team at Wembley..I know cos I hear it at work from your ungrateful mob at work
Re: TV games (not Wire) : Fri Sep 23, 2022 10:00 pm  
sir adrian morley wrote:
Think you and your lot are still sulking of us humiliating your so successful team at Wembley..I know cos I hear it at work from your ungrateful mob at work


Well since that day we've won three Grand Finals, a Challenge Cup and two League Leaders shields so I suppose it's only right your much smaller club gets a rare day in the sun. I certainly wouldn't swap our haul of honours in that time for yours. The trophy cabinet at the TWS is nearly collapsing under the sheer weight of silverware.
Re: TV games (not Wire) : Fri Sep 23, 2022 10:41 pm  
CW8 wrote:
Another poster for the ignore list, not worth reading that totally irrelevant drivel.


It's a shame. Personally, I quite like when we get interaction on here from fans of opposing sides. Adds a bit of interesting opinion to what can be pretty blinkered debating and, this might not be a universally popular view, I actually like most of the stuff that Saddened and his sort contribute.

However, it often gets ruined when you get sad blokes like this plastic scouser lad, who just wants to turn a perfectly valid and interesting debate into a dick-measuring contest about how great his side are... its like he has zero awareness about the fact that most of us on here are perfectly aware of where we stand in the RL ladder, and that we somehow need a constant reminder of how wonderful a club his side are.

Maybe one day the lad will grow up, find a girlfriend, and realise there's more to life than pointlessly waving his unused member about on RL forum??....
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Re: TV games (not Wire) : Sat Sep 24, 2022 7:40 am  
sir adrian morley wrote:
Think you and your lot are still sulking of us humiliating your so successful team at Wembley..I know cos I hear it at work from your ungrateful mob at work


Was that the game where Saints won the trophy as soon as the team bus pulled into Wembley?
I remember it well. Good day, that.
Re: TV games (not Wire) : Sat Sep 24, 2022 6:35 pm  
Back to the game...

Reflects the season really. Which is a change for the final as it's usually a much closer affair. Leeds have had the effort but haven't really spent much time on Saints line, except for some poor Saints discipline. It's rare you see so many penalties / 6 agains in a grand final so I'll be interested to see how Moore's count compares to other referees in recent finals.
Re: TV games (not Wire) : Sat Sep 24, 2022 6:46 pm  
Highly predictable affair. How have saints been so much stronger, faster and fitter under Woolf? An obvious but genuine question….
Re: TV games (not Wire) : Sat Sep 24, 2022 6:53 pm  
It's really strange how the Sky comms actually will Saints to score isn't it
Re: TV games (not Wire) : Sat Sep 24, 2022 7:09 pm  
Saints undoubtedly deserved it, both on the day and over the course of the season.

However, my overriding feeling is one of intense relief that this car crash of a season is over. The events on the pitch have drained my love of the club dry and I still need some convincing that better days are ahead.
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