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Discussion in 'Parramatta Eels' started by TheParraboy, Jul 27, 2019.
Has Kearney ever won at Parramatta?
What about on Church St?
I've never really understood why wingers do that so much. How hard can it be to coach a winger to just mark his winger stay out on the wing and trust the centre has his man covered. If the centre is not there then sure come in, but what else is there to it?
It comes with experience. It's not as easy as it looks, particularly when your team switches defensive schemes when the opposition get within X metres of the tryline.
If you looked Brett Mullins defensive decisions early in his career you'd think he'd never make it. It takes time.
“We’ve got our own Semi”
f**k his Eyes period!!!
Most tackles these days are 2+ defenders .... they have it drilled into them to get numbers in the tackle .... confusion ensues
Okay. Makes sense. But the wingers drills in the red zone surely it is just stay on your winger. If they arent doing that in training dont let them play if they do it in the game fire the defensive coach. I dont think enough people are getting fired.
Was at the game and believe that was the best the Warriors have played in possibly 2 seasons, Kearney had them playing Stormball, a late tavkler comes in and lies on top , he then peels off and the ref lets the other 2 clear the ruck - slows down the opposition big time which suits them more than the Eels. Happened numerous times with no penalty today.
Also when under pressure, they have a player go down and receive treatment, which the ref I guess has to allow, they regain their breath and reset their line, Bellyache at its best.
The strip rule is confusing, even happened at a junior game, 2 players in the tackle, 1 comes away, the held player relaxes to play the ball and its gets stolen as the ref is slow to call held, boom It gives an opportunity to beat the system and regain possession .
Would have lost that game by 15/20 last season, we struggle in the middle when both Evans and Junior are off, need to recruit at least one more big body, and a hard nosed back rower wouldn't hurt with Mau and Tep leaving.
Cannot believe all the bull***t around the RTS pass. No mention of Luke’s try where he knocked it on over the line and it was knocked on 3 tackles earlier.
It would be a square up except the RTS pass was 3m forward.
Amazing how quickly a Warriors player needed treatment when we had the moment. They were out on their feet and tactics helped them.
Refs were terrible but our performance wasn't flash either. Will take a close win like that
Not while he was coaching us
The refs were good. They need to change that injured player stoppage rule or else Parra needs to start faking it as well. Its just an invitation to the 16 cheat coaches.
That was amazing to watch.
Ethan Parry hasn’t lost there either
Wow, I wouldn’t have thought Polar’s stats were that good. Maybe I’ve been harsh on him, remembering when he had the ball stripped...
I thought he was very good for his first game back after major injury
At the game the big difference was there kick chase and first two tackles. They'd drive us back and lay all over us. It would get us off to a bad set of six.
There kick chase was far superior.
Exact same thing I mentioned before he was promoted into nrl. Rushes up in defense.
Mummy let you go?
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