Discussion in 'Parramatta Eels' started by emjaycee, May 12, 2019.
I got educated
He has won 7 from 11 in his career when playing in the halves.
Admittedly, most of those were in 2014 when he had Jamie Soward to do all the kicking.
Call me crazy - I don't mind Smith at 5/8.
He's more dangerous with the ball than Salmon, on account of his running game.
Having said that, it is pretty cold to drop Salmon.
Haven’t seen much of salmon to suggest he’ll be a decent first grader. Yeah he can defend but that’s only one aspect of the game.
I agree re Smith. He should prove to be a little more dangerous than salmon. Let’s just hope there’s no brain farts.
What does the red shirt mean at eels training. Looks like Salmon was the only one wearing it:
Is he injured?
Wait....so he was a red Salmon?
The fullback and halves on each team wear a different colour so their movements are more easily observed.
yeah he was. Not sure today but usually you'll find the halves wear different coloured shirts. This is so they are easier to identify in the drone footage. Orange is injured
Does the colour represent their mood?
No it's a measure of quality.
Red is normally better than pink
That’s not my experience at all!!!
I feel like this is an insinuated euphemism, but it's probably a red herring
It was bloody terrible is what it was.
I'm sure that will bring him some comfort.
He's a member of the United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship
More Dangerous for whom???
The red shirt is the scapegoat shirt.
Sporting news reckons Smith is in doubt with Salmon coming into side:
Salmon is in Townsville according to his social media
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