Redneck Redfaces 2

Discussion in 'NRL' started by Silent Knight, Nov 7, 2014.

  1. POPEYE

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    You obviously have never had haemorrhoids
     
  2. Rhino_NQ

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    i have actually
     
  3. T-Boon

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    I agree James has the okka, numbskull character down pat. He is like a caricature of the ultimate dip shit footy head. For example "yes" is pronounce "air - her, her".
    But earlier you said you like him because he is an 80/80 player but since defence is half the game and he is a complete liability in defence (i.e. missed tackles and penalties conceded) hows that work out?
     
  4. Blues Riff

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    Nathan's contract expires at the end of '19 ol' mate.
     
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  5. POPEYE

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    For BR: you hope

    For TB: Not stopping tries 8/10 times works out for Jarryd so why not James, I suppose if James didn't win the cup for clubs that pay him to do so he'd be just another Hayne . . . badly overrated

    Which player do you think Jabba would rather have . . . I'm not patronizing you ol' mate, I'm genuinely waiting for paint to dry
     
  6. T-Boon

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    Maloney is a bludger in defence. He does not put in. He goes home from training early for BBQ when the tackle bags come out. That is one of the reasons he is never on massive dollars. It is factored into his worth.
     
  7. POPEYE

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    I'll concede if you go away . . . but do not think I don't appreciate the bumps
     
  8. POPEYE

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    Mascord tells of 'How Cronk picked his Australian halves partner', it may have been way back before the Anzac Test but headlines this time of year need to give a helping hand to the text. I'm surprised the SMH is still letting me read without subscribing, printed media for me is usually free in the local coffee shop . . . pay no f**king way I say

    Anyway, Mascord hints that Cronk didn't want Munster instead of Morgan when the probable truth is Mal is still a Qldr, he knows Morgan needs every bit of 'Cronk' he can get. When Cooper and Thurston are gone Qld /Aust will need Michael at his best at #7 when Cameron plays #6

    I can't see Munster falling for the bullshit NSW wants him to believe, that he's somehow being 'overlooked', at only 23 and with the advice he's getting he'll know where his future lies
     
  9. POPEYE

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    Best news for a long while, great to see Brett Hodgson returning to the NRL, even better to have him coach the 'Magpies'. The bloke had the intestinal fortitude of Mick Cronin, maybe not the presence but undoubtedly trustworthy to give his all

    He was better than some NRL Fullbacks when he went to England just as Pat Richards was better than most Wingers when he first went to ESL, imo their premature ejaculation from Australia was a f**king sour point in the history of RL

    Brett says he's looking forward to learning from Ivan, with luck he'll make a good Intrust Cup coach and graduate to NRL. If Newcastle's Nathan Brown becomes a Supercoach why not Hodgson . . . I'd rather believe in that possibility than the Pope's imaginary friend
     
  10. POPEYE

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    "He left such a legacy for all of us . . . for this team. We are so grateful we were coached by the legend that is Graham Murray" - Jillaroos

    . . . nothing will top that in this WC
     
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    Cracking yarn old mate.
     

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