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#3185008 Ainscough

Posted by TheTerminator on Yesterday, 06:44 PM

nope stand by my and everone elses too

I'd like to answer that but I don't even know what you mean.

#3184952 Ainscough

Posted by TheTerminator on Yesterday, 05:52 PM

grow up? Why is irrelavent??

Just because someone 'puts their body on the line' it doesn't make them immune from criticism. If our players were amateur and a pint in the bar was their only reward for playing, then you might have a point. As it happens, they earn a very decent wage for what is a part time job. Ainscough's blunder today was utterly ridiculous, and probably unprecedented in terms of professional rugby. He's let four sets of people down today thanks to his stupidity - the fans who pay his wage, his team mates, his coach and the board. If fans want to express their annoyance at him on here, then so be it.
In summation, for you to tear into John Kear on virtually every single occasion you post - but to discourage people from criticising a player for a horrendous error, makes you an utter hypocrite.

#3184915 Ainscough

Posted by TheTerminator on Yesterday, 05:13 PM

Listen guy's, yes ainscough made a stupid stupid error today, but all could see how heart broken the lad was at end when he was in tears, he know's he messed up but until that mistake he was my man of match and no one will be hurting as much as he will be now so, lets support him and the lads because, it is not over yet, and that could kill his confidence if we don't get behind him,so try not to slate the lad but support him,
thanks guys for reading this....

But yet you slate John Kear at every opportunity? What's the difference?

#3183579 Putting it in perspective

Posted by TheTerminator on 28 August 2015 - 12:19 PM

ifxyou read back about your own comments mr nichol's it was you that actually did say that money was no object, and no i am not having a go like you have been about fans of late, calling them a so called 6, who have all the rite they want to comment on this forum has have you

I have heavily criticised Mr Nicholas this season. However, be did clearly say that money was 'not the problem', bur 'availability' was.

#3182977 Further signings

Posted by TheTerminator on 26 August 2015 - 09:41 PM

I'm happy that Squires is secured. He's been inconsistent, but realistically he's got into double figures in his first season of pro rugby in what is a very tough league. With the right sort of service he'll improve on that in 2016.

The Brambani signing has been mooted for a while, but I've heard that another quality Sheffield playmaker is also very much on our radar. I'd be quite excited if they were lining up for us next season.

#3176888 Come on then, lets be having it

Posted by TheTerminator on 15 August 2015 - 08:54 PM

I think Hunslet will beat Batley!

You also think Glenn Morrison would turn down an approach from Bradford Bulls to remain at Dewsbury. I'd say your judgement is fairly questionable.

#3174587 Biggest game of the season?

Posted by TheTerminator on 11 August 2015 - 07:19 PM

If we stay up but once again fail to spend and wind up in another struggle next season, we'll lose even more fans. I fear people have lost their willingness to tolerate the 'small club punching above our weight' mantra that they've been fed for years.
I can only hope that the board realise this and speculate to accumulate a little in 2016.

#3172012 Biggest game of the season?

Posted by TheTerminator on 06 August 2015 - 06:04 PM

Am with Redditch; why would we be cheering re-signings who haven't really cut it? Yes, the ones who have signed already are great news but we have some 2 year ones who haven't set the world alight and some we can't afford to carry. We need new, able blood from the top downwards and if we end up not offering contracts to some then that's
how it must be. One point; we have a problem at 1 and 5. If JC leaves and we can't keep Brown we will need new men in those positions anyway unless Morgan is to be retained and used as I felt he did well enough when thrown in. Fev fans reckon Hardman is on his way, any inside info!!

I actually think that most of regular XVII have 'cut it' this season, bar one or two notable exceptions - it's just that we haven't had the class and direction at half-back to win games. Hopefully that will be rectified during the close season.

#3171555 Jamie Bloem sunday

Posted by TheTerminator on 05 August 2015 - 06:42 PM

I don't think there any particularly poor referees today. I've witnessed the likes of Colin Morris, Brian Galtress and Steve Cross in action. I
If you think Merrick, Hewer and co. are below par, quite frankly you don't know you're born.

#3171509 Super 8s Batley v Dewsbury

Posted by TheTerminator on 05 August 2015 - 05:23 PM

believe me I watch him play week in week out and he gets a lot of undeserved stick probs cos he's a big name but I'd rather have him than crookes or squires that's for sure

Yeah, Prycey is terrific value for money. You must love to see him flopping into tackles like a Manatee.
For a 6'6, 20 stone back, his impact is laughably poor. I don't think criticism aimed at him is due to his 'big name' - more because he looks like Tarzan but plays like Jane.

#3171035 Super 8s Batley v Dewsbury

Posted by TheTerminator on 04 August 2015 - 06:55 PM

who do you think your talking to you muppet did I call you any derogatory names

I just thought that a fan of a club which selects Karl Pryce on a weekly basis had little room to mock Keegan Hirst's size:impact ratio.

#3170568 Brad Day signs on.

Posted by TheTerminator on 03 August 2015 - 09:07 PM

He's a really excellent prospect in my book. Nice to see us keeping hold of a young talent who I'm sure would have interested other clubs.

#3170544 Brad Day signs on.

Posted by TheTerminator on 03 August 2015 - 08:20 PM

This is great news - a line-breaking forward with pace, and a great tackler. He's been terrific since winning a regular place in the second row.

#3170039 Batley/Dewsbury discussion thread.

Posted by TheTerminator on 03 August 2015 - 06:33 AM

Can the moderators of this forum please give some consideration to creating a permanent thread for this purpose - in order that we can isolate some of the ridiculous 'debates' which are currently taking over this forum?

#3167581 Whinging Aussie.

Posted by TheTerminator on 29 July 2015 - 06:29 PM

Everyone loved Gary Thornton even though we flirted perilously with relegation during nearly every season he was in charge. He had a very responsible full-time job with a nationwide telecoms company. Karl Harrison was also popular, despite running his new kitchen fitting company through the day.
Can't see any difference between either of the above examples and Kear doing a bit of part-time punditry for Sky and a very limited bit of extra coaching with Wales.