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#21 thundergaz

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Posted 01 June 2012 - 11:37 AM

as far as a good coach goes,BOBBY GOULDING he has the pride and passion just like in his playing days


Bobby who? :lol: he was a good player when he was'nt drinking :lol: but a good coach? seriously? :o

#22 Matt J

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Posted 01 June 2012 - 10:28 PM

I don't mind McNamara as coach if im honest, he's not doing that bad a job of it.

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#23 sidnee

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Posted 02 June 2012 - 11:37 PM

Arrested Tuesday night and spent the night in cells at Leeds due to being too coked up to drive.

Source. Best mate of wpc who locked him up!!!!



Discuss.

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#24 Matt J

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Posted 05 June 2012 - 08:59 PM

Had yet another blinder against Bradford, went to do his only move when he sent a dummy drop off forward :unsure:

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#25 elppaxr2i

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Posted 05 June 2012 - 10:37 PM

Arrested Tuesday night and spent the night in cells at Leeds due to being too coked up to drive.

Source. Best mate of wpc who locked him up!!!!



Discuss.


Rangi chase doesnt hold a uk driving liscence

Source : his fiancee

That doesnt mean he wasnt there though - thats my opinion

#26 sidnee

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Posted 06 June 2012 - 10:11 AM

Rangi chase doesnt hold a uk driving liscence

Source : his fiancee

That doesnt mean he wasnt there though - thats my opinion



Who said he was actually driving?

Also good to hear people close to him want to deny a licence but not the incident!!

Intriguing :o

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#27 elppaxr2i

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Posted 06 June 2012 - 10:57 AM

Who said he was actually driving?

Also good to hear people close to him want to deny a licence but not the incident!!

Intriguing :o


Thats why i said it doesnt mean he wasnt there

The 'incident' wasnt discussed or mentioned just the question on weather he could drive

Weirdly someone had asked before me, maybe they had heard or read the same thing?

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#28 Robin Evans

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Posted 06 June 2012 - 02:56 PM

I didn't hold a canadian licence but I drove in Canada and I'm driving in France this week on a UK licence!! Am I missing summat here?
How does not holding a UK licence affect his ability to drive in the UK regardless of whether he had a sack load o' charlie up his hooter?

and I make no inference either way. He's innocent until someone in a court says otherwise!
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#29 LITTLEAL83

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Posted 07 June 2012 - 11:20 AM

and yet again hes got in the ENGLISH !!!! :angry: :angry: team to play the exiles what on earth is going on surely we have got better players and pure englsh as well

#30 Robin Evans

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Posted 07 June 2012 - 11:32 AM

Leaving the "English" qualification aside for a mo, I'd just as soon prefer him not to be in our game. He's an unpleasant character on the pitch (I don't know him off it), I don't believe he sets the right example to younger players on or off the field and I think as a player he's been found out.
I just think it's a bit of an indictment on our game at the mo that he is considered for representitive honours and that our game here in Europe simply does not produce enough players of quality and in any kind of depth to make his qualification debate a pointless excercise.

Position for position, if we could produce two teams all of equal skill/fitness/stamina as say Sam Tomkins, we'd be having a field day discussing which UK born No7 we'd go for. As it is, there is a derth of top quality talent wanting to play RL here in the UK so the game has to make daft choices like this.
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#31 Lounge Room Lizard

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Posted 07 June 2012 - 01:50 PM

He doesnt need a UK Licence to be able to drive in the UK. I have driven in Australia, but had to get a International Drivers Licence to do so. I am guessing many of the overseas players would do the same when here and just get a International Licence and is very easy and cheap to get.

From what I have seen of Chase this year he is at best an average SL player who is easy to shut down if you keep a line and dont give him space-he then panics and either looses the plot or does nothing. Its a slap in the face for many of the young lads who have done well this year. How Mcnamara can say that team is picked on form I will never know! The Leeds players are well out of form and what has Wilkin, Chase, Cudjoe done to earn a place? Brough has played for Scotland and should be told you made your decision earlier. Peacock is way too old. England stand NO chance in the WC with Mcnamara as coach and so the England fans will just waste their money following a National side based on friendship and reputation not on form

#32 GAZ1983

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Posted 07 June 2012 - 02:31 PM

He doesnt need a UK Licence to be able to drive in the UK. I have driven in Australia, but had to get a International Drivers Licence to do so. I am guessing many of the overseas players would do the same when here and just get a International Licence and is very easy and cheap to get.

From what I have seen of Chase this year he is at best an average SL player who is easy to shut down if you keep a line and dont give him space-he then panics and either looses the plot or does nothing. Its a slap in the face for many of the young lads who have done well this year. How Mcnamara can say that team is picked on form I will never know! The Leeds players are well out of form and what has Wilkin, Chase, Cudjoe done to earn a place? Brough has played for Scotland and should be told you made your decision earlier. Peacock is way too old. England stand NO chance in the WC with Mcnamara as coach and so the England fans will just waste their money following a National side based on friendship and reputation not on form

...and i personally dont give a flyin one about the national side,havent done for years..mcnamara is a joke and picking Chase leaves a sour taste...four nations my @ :angry:

#33 Matt J

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Posted 07 June 2012 - 04:35 PM

That England squad is pathetic, mi brother reckons the Knights could beat them.

Chase has been terrible this year, I dunno how hes been included.

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#34 elppaxr2i

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Posted 07 June 2012 - 07:07 PM

He doesnt need a UK Licence to be able to drive in the UK. I have driven in Australia, but had to get a International Drivers Licence to do so. I am guessing many of the overseas players would do the same when here and just get a International Licence and is very easy and cheap to get.


If you arent a uk resident but have lived in the uk for more than 1 or 2 years and are a registered british etc or whatever it is these days legally you have to do a uk driving test and get a uk driving liscence an international liscence does not count anymore and expires

So if he doesnt hold a uk liscence he is driving illegally in this country but the original point still stands that you dont have to be physically driving the vehicle to be classed as driving it just caught in the drivers seat

#35 Matt J

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Posted 07 June 2012 - 07:16 PM

and yet again hes got in the ENGLISH !!!! :angry: :angry: team to play the exiles what on earth is going on surely we have got better players and pure englsh as well


This part doesn't bother me at all... see Heighington, the fact that he's rubbish is the bit that bothers me.

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#36 Paul Gibbins

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Posted 07 June 2012 - 10:06 PM

If you arent a uk resident but have lived in the uk for more than 1 or 2 years and are a registered british etc or whatever it is these days legally you have to do a uk driving test and get a uk driving liscence an international liscence does not count anymore and expires

So if he doesnt hold a uk liscence he is driving illegally in this country but the original point still stands that you dont have to be physically driving the vehicle to be classed as driving it just caught in the drivers seat

he would be classed as driving it if he was with a learner and he was a full licence holder even if he was the passenger under the use cause and permit part of the road traffic act, if a qualified driver is a passenger and over the legal limit of drink or drugs whilst the driver is unqualified the passenger gets arrested for drink/drug driving where the driver gets summoned to court for driving without an appropriale licence or insurance
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#37 elppaxr2i

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Posted 07 June 2012 - 11:41 PM

he would be classed as driving it if he was with a learner and he was a full licence holder even if he was the passenger under the use cause and permit part of the road traffic act, if a qualified driver is a passenger and over the legal limit of drink or drugs whilst the driver is unqualified the passenger gets arrested for drink/drug driving where the driver gets summoned to court for driving without an appropriale licence or insurance


Very good point also

#38 pont rover

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Posted 11 February 2013 - 09:04 PM

Looks like he's been upto his usual tricks first of all Tangi and now Zak

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Posted 12 February 2013 - 01:25 PM

Clearly after breaking a players jaw with an illegal tackle and the defence by Ian Millward of Chase being "so remorseful" leading to such a lenient ban has had no influence in Chase cleaning up his act.
His talent is without question but his cowardly thuggery is certainly not to be accepted time after time.
The incident which went unpunished on young Hardaker on Sunday or the end game result didn't suprise me when informed that the referee was T.Roby. ( two easy kicks at goal in the dying minutes for Castleford to win the game )
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#40 pont rover

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Posted 12 February 2013 - 11:14 PM

Guilty again for the England international !

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