dallymessenger

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  1. brian smith actually praised this guys effort in fixing the chooks defence this year so this could well be a good signing for LC. not that their defence was any good in the last 40 mins on sunday but wayne bennetts sides will do that to many teams
  2. if its to determine a final id go 10 minutes mandatory extra time, then golden point after. for ordinary league games golden point is fine but id change it so that the team that lost in GP is still awarded 1 point at the end of the game whilst the winner gets the bonus point
  3. thats a joke wendall got 2 or 3 years for taking coke when he played for the wallabies taking pot is nothing much, heck if you have 10 drinks youll be more of a menace than smoking some pot
  4. st helens new ground, wigan with a strong team, these clubs are only going to get stronger. it will add to these derbies with wigan a much stronger team now when i watched it wigan beating saints was a major upset the hull derby is brilliant but its one big club, one small club
  5. cant be bothered finding the other thread but thurston is out with injury. mitchell pearce or todd carney will be the aussie half back, or cronk
  6. its a shame LC signed that no name head coach. daniel anderson could work wonders there
  7. perhaps there is another nrl which isnt the one based in australia and nz you keep referring too the clubs and david gallop are all in favour of a monetary based cap.
  8. man id like to have witnessed that encounter.
  9. cant believe i forgot the KC, and the club at least get crowds that are good for the stadium capacity headingly is nothing special
  10. they certainly have the best grounds. hudds have a good ground but no chance of filling it any time soon be interesting to see what crowds saints get in the new stadium, and if wigan can grow their crowds with the good form over the next few years
  11. how did soccer become so popular? somewhere along the line there was some marketing involved im well aware of soccer crowds and ratings lee. indeed i look at the soccer tables each week hoping that teams like wigan, leeds or hudds get relegated! my point above was people in batley and dewesbry probably have a soccer side they support and that doesnt seem to be a problem its only if a rival RL club markets to them where its an issue. if people from these areas are Leeds Utd fans i dont think it would be a problem for them
  12. the introduction of franchising means clubs with more money and fans will get into SL whilst those with no money wont. so i dont see how its anti free market. batley and dewsbury have had a century to get it right, lets not blame no promotion for 3 years for the clubs f***k ups. realistically batley and dewsbury cant support a SL club fax potentially can but not with lots of development.
  13. oh well if those clubs dont have the resources to attract fans and the bulls do, so be it. market forces will play this out much rather than go and watch RL than soccer.
  14. yeah its a shame the nrl is being used in this way to denigrate english RL. most of the aussie nrl fans i know, who tend to be massive RL fans, want RL in england do do as well as it can. this includes seeing the roos lose to nz, england or whoever