get a life u shitkvnt, deadset ur not giving other ppl ur age which are defs more respectable a good image. stop fkn whining u p00f*a, south’s fans giving up before the game - hate to see itYou've almost reached the level of the Rorters, it's shameful.
You were once respected, but your cheating tactics have soiled your team.
From Clearasil being designated an endangered species by the UN World Heritage organisation, to fake moon boots and wheelchairs, to blatant rorting on goal kicks, to crying to the NRL about our coach's complaints about your rorting to the NRL, to bending the cap and hiring mercenaries who don't give a f##k about your club, to your stooge boy Atkins slime-ing himself into a position to favour you.....
I'd respect you if you won after 3 gruelling games, on your own merits, but honestly the respect will belong to us if we win, to overcome all this rorting, cheating, and rule-bending favouritism, and still win.
How bloody slow was he though when Smith made the break. I've seen grandpa and his frame go faster up High StFor all the hate Tyrone May gets he is very, very solid in defence around the middle. He is a natural footy player, just without a natural position. It wouldn’t surprise me in the least if he just bobs up somewhere on Sunday and carves out a try for us. He is just that type of player.
Tyrone is definitely not blessed with pace. Not his strength.How bloody slow was he though when Smith made the break. I've seen grandpa and his frame go faster up High St
How bloody slow was he though when Smith made the break. I've seen grandpa and his frame go faster up High St
Tyrone was never quick. Never at anytime. Nor is he a plodder. He is a very decent 14, very decent in defence rarely misses a tackle. He will play a part on sunday.Yeah I mentioned this is another thread. When he first started playing he was relatively quick and very agile.
Now he is a complete plodder. Pretty amazing what a single injury can do to a player.
Tyrone was never quick. Never at anytime. Nor is he a plodder. He is a very decent 14, very decent in defence rarely misses a tackle. He will play a part on sunday.
He had some degree of elusiveness before his acl injury. I remember a stat like he scored in every game for his first 6 games, a few of those times he beat quite a few defenders to the lineIn using the term plodder I was talking about his speed and agility.
I suggest you take a look at some of his games in 2017/18. He was no speedster but he had the sort of pace you'd expect a 1/2 to have.
Now there are not a few forwards who are notably quicker than him. His ACL injury took away a decent chunk of his pace and explosiveness.
Yep, light duties to allow some healing then needle up and re-injure it game day. Dyl’s issue would be a good 6 weeks to sort it out completely before even considering running.Looked like he could've done more but the coaches would know.
For the thread in general.