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Re: Who gets the number 7 shirt? : Fri Dec 23, 2022 7:18 pm  
Dont mention Price.
I get shivers down my spine.

I'm sure he's a thoroughly decent bloke who works hard. He got us a trophy but I couldnt go through that again. Awful - apart for 3 or 4 matches.
Re: Who gets the number 7 shirt? : Thu Dec 29, 2022 8:17 am  
fez1 wrote:
fez1 wrote:
Dont mention Price.
I get shivers down my spine.

I'm sure he's a thoroughly decent bloke who works hard. He got us a trophy but I couldnt go through that again. Awful - apart for 3 or 4 matches.


...whereas last season under Powell was brilliant of course!
Re: Who gets the number 7 shirt? : Thu Dec 29, 2022 9:24 am  
In Powell’s defence, vs Price, he has completely changed the whole environment in one difficult year. The task now is to back it up and win it, to prove that he was right to do so.

With Price, he kept a few influential figures
around and tried to add to , develop and improve what the club currently had. While we got close in his first year, that is about it. Price’s teams didn’t excite and didn’t deliver, but were consistently in the top 3/4. Steady Eddie. Would have made an excellent co-head coach… if such a thing exists, with someone who could get a team to score, say Rowley or similar.
Re: Who gets the number 7 shirt? : Thu Dec 29, 2022 11:44 am  
Let's not forget ,we were awfully bad before Price came in ,Smith's candle had burned down to a smouldering wick by the time he moved on.
Re: Who gets the number 7 shirt? : Thu Dec 29, 2022 12:28 pm  
ninearches wrote:
ninearches wrote:
Let's not forget ,we were awfully bad before Price came in ,Smith's candle had burned down to a smouldering wick by the time he moved on.

I kind of think it was not completely TS fault. Pre KF, TS had the full control of who he gets and how the show runs.
KF looks to have meddled in the recruitment when he got the job of CEO.
I feel SP was also restricted, DP looks to have called some high demands before accepting the Wire position and looks like he now has the power that TS once had under Gatcliffe.
Just my opinion.
Re: Who gets the number 7 shirt? : Thu Dec 29, 2022 1:39 pm  
We can only hope that our faith in the club is justified , RD.
Re: Who gets the number 7 shirt? : Thu Dec 29, 2022 6:14 pm  
Barbed Wire wrote:
Barbed Wire wrote:
In Powell’s defence, vs Price, he has completely changed the whole environment in one difficult year. The task now is to back it up and win it, to prove that he was right to do so.

With Price, he kept a few influential figures
around and tried to add to , develop and improve what the club currently had. While we got close in his first year, that is about it. Price’s teams didn’t excite and didn’t deliver, but were consistently in the top 3/4. Steady Eddie. Would have made an excellent co-head coach… if such a thing exists, with someone who could get a team to score, say Rowley or similar.

There's no guarantee that he's changed it for the better. Time will tell.
Re: Who gets the number 7 shirt? : Sun Jan 01, 2023 11:42 am  
Couple of assists for Riley Dean in fev's win over cas. I'm a massive fan of this lad and can't wait to see how he progresses playing under Sean long. Hoping for a Hayes at 7, Dean at 6 half back combo at wire in a few years.
Re: Who gets the number 7 shirt? : Mon Jan 02, 2023 9:26 am  
MorePlaymakersNeeded wrote:
MorePlaymakersNeeded wrote:
There's no guarantee that he's changed it for the better. Time will tell.


I’ve been the sceptic for too long, New Year new optimism… (I know, I know. It’s the hope that kills you!)
Re: Who gets the number 7 shirt? : Wed Jan 04, 2023 1:54 pm  
Moe syslak wrote:
Moe syslak wrote:
Couple of assists for Riley Dean in fev's win over cas. .


Strictly speaking I'd say assists for all 5 tries. Two from kicks (one a bit lucky from a deflection, the other a beautifully-weighted one off the outside of the boot), two looped passes to his winger, and one a nicely-timed short pass for Kopczak.
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