ok then we haven't got a chance.
I for one wouldn't be surprised if you won. On that note theirs only 2 teams this weekend that if they won I would be surprised and that's haven and fax I think the rest are up for grabs.
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Posted by thundergaz on 02 February 2015 - 06:32 PM
I've got to say I disagree I think he falls into the category of over hyped player. I watched him every game he played on sky last season and I was expecting more from a big name like him but he never delivered really he had a couple of good games but nothing that would put him in the england team. Maybe this season he will kick on but who knows just saying as I see it that's all.For what its worth I think a certain saints player will get the man of steel if he stays injury free.
I think this guys the real deal and an outside bet for man of steel.
Extremely talented player who's a victim of his own talent by being able to play most positions and end up almost a utility player.
Posted by thundergaz on 30 January 2015 - 08:15 PM
Now you are getting carried away Gaz,you don't think you'll lose to a semi pro team this season,now that is a bold prediction,I think my team Rams,Halifax,batley,Sheffield & rest of the teams will have something to say about that!!!
Posted by thundergaz on 29 January 2015 - 12:36 PM
Like I've said previously I'm not against expansion.. But doesn't your post above apply to bulls London crusaders Hemel Madrid Barcelona Rome etc etc you get my point. If we want a European top flight then make one and get one team from Yorkshire one team from Lancashire one from London etc etc. not this well they are good keep em in etc. you want a European SL how about this.
here we go again, i want expansion BUT ,
how can Toulouse being in super league not be good for the game,
Posted by thundergaz on 28 January 2015 - 05:25 PM
Im expecting Fev's over the hill pack to get shown up a little bit this season probably not helped with the over hype of a couple of their overseas players who didnt really stand out in the competitions they played in. Wont be long in to their season we hear their fans moaning about the rhino not running his weight.
Posted by thundergaz on 28 January 2015 - 05:18 PM
Oh the irony Gaz,
Bet you were Ok Cas going down to accommodate Les Catalans!!
Posted by thundergaz on 28 January 2015 - 11:42 AM
Posted by thundergaz on 22 January 2015 - 12:12 PM
Cheers Gaz always a pleasure.
A crowd is a crowd and as for away fans they too may be more likely to turn up if the stadium is easier to get to and more comfortable with better amenities. Those 10K moments against Leeds may have included 2,000 Leeds fans but what price both more Cas and Leeds fans attending a decent stadium.
Sure the purists say don't rely on "away" fans but the reality is they count, and the Hull clubs are literally "down the road"
Now not sure how often you posted when Newmarket was given the go ahead, but I posted plenty about this being the big club the region needed. I also feel that if Cas and Wakey get the grounds they will restrict each other, but the harsh reality could be Cas get the ground and Wakey get relegated.
You should perhaps revise "No way on this earth" and take into account the scenario above. L'Ange predicts no calder club in SL in time, but one in a new stadium has to have the potential to grow big.
As for dreaming and hoping I dream of a 20,000 stadium and a rally of fans of all three clubs coming together under one banner with the aim of putting the crumbling past behind them and joining forces to smash the Hull's Leeds and Wigan's.
But the site is for lively debate on the realities, so I will leave the fantasy stuff to others.
Finally you blew it at the end with the admission you would "worry" if Wakefield were revived with a smart new ground. care to share the worries with me?
Posted by thundergaz on 15 January 2015 - 08:19 PM
I'm fed up that RL only becomes a 'big' story when somebody does something wrong!!
Posted by thundergaz on 14 January 2015 - 12:34 PM
Yes I've just noticed robin lol. I came in here first then looked at our forum lol. Hope I'm not getting like suggy a ban will be forth coming lol.But back on the topic It just gets my back up that our volunteers are working their rocks off for nothing in all kinds of weathers and these are wanting it given for nothing. Its just unbelievable if I'm being honest lol.
oooo I can feel the keyboards rattling now Gaz lad!!
You do realise you've almost quoted what suggy has posted.... be scared!!!
Posted by thundergaz on 14 January 2015 - 12:26 PM
Rugby League - the family sport
Some of the bile posted on this thread is almost comical - "Steve Gill needs to get off his **** " is the bit that's made me laugh the most
Happoy New Year everyone
Posted by thundergaz on 13 January 2015 - 11:35 AM
they sold it back at a favourable price to the clubs: it was a figure of speech. Also they charged a how can I put it, highly favourable rent, which also included stadium and pitch maintenance.
does 'favourable price' do it? It was a good piece of social policy by the council. The council didn't have to buy PO ROAD.
Castleford RLFC didn't benefit from this largesse.
Do you not find it odd that this doesn't get mentioned by those currently slagging of the Tigers and Wakefield MDC including the original poster?
Posted by thundergaz on 05 January 2015 - 09:23 AM
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