If it is the usual bitter Salford fan she falls out with the club regardless of who is in charge. She worked in the club shop as a teenager and left under difficult circumstances, this seems to have impacted on her opinions.
I hope Sheens is the man to tell the doc to keep out. Marwen should actually concentrate on the business side of the club and ensure he bills are paid before it becomes a public dispute. He should also make sure all the players are paid on time.
I've had pension changes and I am yet to receive the 1% that was due in August 2014, they are still in discussions about it. This year's pay deal is now due in a matter of weeks and I have no idea when that will even start to be discussed.
Yet MPs get 10% of course we are all in this together, we have had pay restraint for 5 years. wonder what my pay cut is in real terms?
I don't think the Doc actually cares and this is more about setting the stall out for a legal battle. Hock isn't the sharpest knife in the drawer and if he decides to play it will cost him dear. I've heard Salford are paying 50% of his wages under his previous contract and if he takes the field the Doc will sue him to recover previous payments and he will forfeit future payments.
As for Chase he isn't a lynchpin he is a player to make something happen or lose you the game. Before today I was more worried about the number of forwards missing but we seemed to do OK. I'd let Lannon play and wind up Hock.
Salford have toughened up, played a large portion of the game 2 men down with Patterson and Tommy Lee going off not to return. Thought Gelling was lucky not to join Weller and Bateman as he actually started it. Both deserved the red for continuing to fight even after the sin binning.
Bubble will probably burst at the weekend V Leeds but intend to enjoy these 2 victories
Posted by Red Willow
on 21 February 2015 - 01:58 PM
To make it perfect can we remove Cummings from the commentary box as well, just use him at half time or the end to explain the calls. Hopefully this will also change the focus of the game from the ref to the players.