This - I fail to see what Charnley did so wrong. He wasn't the winger that dropped the first bomb for a NZ try, didn't knock on with the line begging and had far less service than Hall, whilst competently defending a big threat in Vatuvai. Sometimes I think there is an agenda on this forum.
I don't get this constant criticism of Charnley. He had one chance to score and he took it, looked solid receiving kicks, never dropped a ball and made more yards than Hall. Everyone has been saying Watkins wasn't great attacking and therefore creating nothing for his wing man. Just what is Charnley supposed to do if he is rarely given an opportunity? If the centre isn't performing it doesn't matter who you have outside him, he is going to struggle to make an impact.
Don't get me started on the comments relating to Wane in this thread and the revisionist view of his coaching based upon Wigan underachieving. I remember Wigan being written off a year ago after Tomkins left and then being only a moment of madness away from a very real chance of retaining the SL trophy. To suggest McNamara is a better coach than either Wane or McDermott, based on a coaching career of heroic failure at best, as opposed to the success of the other two is ludicrous.