Tigers Movements

Discussion in 'Wests Tigers' started by madunit, Sep 24, 2009.

  1. super_coach

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    The new prototype for a backrower, is a young kid, usually Polynesian, who can run like the wind, step off both feet and built like a brick shit house. We need at least one of those to go with Marty T and we would have a very good side come 2019, not to mention one quality centre
     
  2. Old Time Tiger

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  3. Justin Mccloughan

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    Whilst I 100% agree, I'd give my left one for a 25yr old Gareth Ellis. Man i loved watching him play. So tough, hit to hurt, always made good metres, and was good for the odd meat pie too!!
     
  4. super_coach

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    Mate they don't make that model anymore..burns to much petrol for the engines they have today
     
  5. Tiger5150

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    Chee Kam is starting to fill this role pretty well
     
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  6. BrotherJim05

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    Chee Kam is really starting to impress me. He may not have the same size and impact as Aloai, but he has good pace for a back rower, good work rate and less errors in his game.

    Its amazing to see how much improvement a player can achieve when he is given a set position
     
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  7. The Charlatan

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    Chee Kam is getting better with more minutes. Still good for a stupid penalty or two but overall his game is on the up.
     
  8. WT2K

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    Development players Thomas Mikaele, Sam McIntyre
    and Dylan Smith move into the top 30 for the 2019 season. Two spots left to fill out the top 30..

    1. Mbye
    2. Nofo
    3. Momirovski
    4. Marsters
    5. Thompson
    6. Reynolds
    7. Brooks
    8. Packer
    9. Farah
    10. Matulino
    11. Lawerence
    12. Matterson
    13. Taylor
    14. Liddle
    15. MCK
    16. Eisenhuth
    17. Twal
    18. Marshall
    19. McQueen
    20. Rochow
    21. Gamble
    22. Clark
    23. Garner
    24. Fonua
    25. Aloiai
    26. Mikaele
    27. McIntyre
    28. Smith
     
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  9. Tiger05

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    I don't mind our squad but I really think we need a prop with impact (Mikaele may do the job) and a top line centre.
     
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  10. Vic Mackey

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    Mikaele looks good, will press for a bench spot in round 1 IMO. Good size, has made all the juniour rep sides (including captaining Jnr Maroons) and has aggression that we lack.
     
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  11. WT2K

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  12. Vic Mackey

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    I’m very optimistic about this group of youngsters.We just need a top drawer coach like Madge or Bennett & we will b fine & our trajectory will certainly b upwards.
     
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  14. Vic Mackey

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    Agree

    Newcastle have publicly said they wanted to keep Madden and are disappointed he left. Dogs fans on The Kennell are spewing Talau left.

    Seyfarth stepped up in NSW Cup at the back end of the year and although I haven’t seen or heard much or him Bradley from the Dragons is a massive unit.
     
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  16. Smellmyfinger

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    Sam McIntyre is a very good left backrower. Not ready for NRL, but if he's still with us when Rowdy retires he will step right into that spot comfortably.

    Dylan Smith is very quick. Possible wing option if he can build up and maintain speed.

    Tom Mak is a beast. Noticed some defensive issues in a couple of ISP games, so that's a concern. If he fixes that, then he plays NRL in 2019.
     
  17. The Charlatan

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    Welcome back Woody haha...
     
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    But But But why did Tyson Gamble leave?, no promotion to the Top 30?.
     
  20. west4ever

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    He was promoted and in our top 30, we had a top 29 out of 30, with Fonua and gamble gone we have 3 spots left to fill our top 30, my guesse will be 3 players promoted from reserve grade, I’m hoping the 3 promoted are,
    1 Robson - great utility player, good back up for the hooker roll.
    2 Talau - to take Benji’s spot at 5/8.
    3 Bradley - tall fast and can score a try, he is a good winger that we need.
     

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