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As posted by Riggy on a previous topic

We go to the South Leeds Stadium on Sunday and get behind the Lads  THATS WHERE WE GO FROM HERE !!!

and hopefully most of us  ' will keep the faith ' and try to be positive about the rest of the season.

 

For whatever reasons we can all come up with our club seems to be in a bad place at the moment and all I can do as a mere supporter is support the team and try to be positive.

 

Its going to be tough in every game but we can avoid relegation and hopefully start on Sunday with at least a bonus point.

 

 

 

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A must win game this Sunday at Hunslet if you can get there come and give the lads your support.

More players due back in the side this weekend but the loss of Richie Hawkyard is a huge dent in the Lions side.

Tyrone McCarthy and James Laithwaite could be back along with James Mendieka after his loan spell at London Broncos. There may also be another Wire first teamer in the squad returning from injury depending on if he passed a fitness test during the week. (Info on Wolves website - Tony Smith Interview about Wigan Game).

 

GET BEHIND YOUR TEAM !!

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I give up! Why oh why another Wire first teamer? Tony Smith blah ,blah,blah.....will we ever learn? Sorry if my views offend anyone.

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I'm sorry Riggy,I know you are a life long fan but Get behind your team after this latest revelation is taking blind loyalty a little bit too far again that's just my opinion and again sorry if it offends.

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I give up! Why oh why another Wire first teamer? Tony Smith blah ,blah,blah.....will we ever learn? Sorry if my views offend anyone.

Surely duffymoon a wire first teamer will boost your chances of beating us on Sunday. I don't get you?

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Surely duffymoon a wire first teamer will boost your chances of beating us on Sunday. I don't get you?

I understand what he means.

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I give up! Why oh why another Wire first teamer? Tony Smith blah ,blah,blah.....will we ever learn? Sorry if my views offend anyone.

Hear, hear.

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As posted by Riggy on a previous topic

We go to the South Leeds Stadium on Sunday and get behind the Lads  THATS WHERE WE GO FROM HERE !!!

and hopefully most of us  ' will keep the faith ' and try to be positive about the rest of the season.

 

For whatever reasons we can all come up with our club seems to be in a bad place at the moment and all I can do as a mere supporter is support the team and try to be positive.

 

Its going to be tough in every game but we can avoid relegation and hopefully start on Sunday with at least a bonus point.

As we have all discussed many times, on here, in the bar and during the game all the above points are relevant but I can only stick by my comment above

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Hear, hear.

 

 

I give up! Why oh why another Wire first teamer? Tony Smith blah ,blah,blah.....will we ever learn? Sorry if my views offend anyone.

 

 

I agree with the above comments, we are fast becoming a joke amongst the rugby league fraternity, unless things change and asap we are facing an uncertain future.

 

http://www.warringtonwolves.org/smith-a-great-advert-for-our-sport-6328

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I wonder if Hunslet won't use Richard Moore.tomorrow.? Guess I will find out when i go and support the Lions.

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Looking at the size of Leeds injury list I shouldn't think they have many available to them!

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Richard Moore, Jimmy Keinhorst , Brad Singleton , Mitch Aichurch are all in the Leeds 19 to play Huddersfield on Sunday.

Tyrone McCarthy is in the Warrington 19.  So it looks like possibly James Laithwaite, Rhys Williams and Chris Bridge for Swinton

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An important league clash between two clubs to have done the clean sweep of all RL's major honours and the central talking point is the injury situation at Warrington and Leeds. How sad and totally deplorable.

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Thanks Phil

Enjoy Wigan v Hull on Sunday at LSV

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So in what is a massive game for us we have someone using the fixture to regain match fitness? How low we have sunk.

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An important league clash between two clubs to have done the clean sweep of all RL's major honours and the central talking point is the injury situation at Warrington and Leeds. How sad and totally deplorable.

the fact that fans are willing to accept this is equally sad and deplorable.Attend by all means but at least let the people running the club know you are not happy with it before its too late and our club is sold down the river.Or maybe you are happy with where we are going?

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Cheers Phil and Duffymoon. I'm not sure anyone has said they are happy with the situation, that's been completely fabricated. What the people on here said at the start of the season is we'll see what happens, it might work out, it might not. So far it has not worked out, the DR needs changing and probably will be next season.

However, turning our backs on the club we love is something that we cannot and will not do...I find that unforgivable.

I see the only thing that some people have done to "show the people in charge that they are unhappy", is stop attending games. Well done, that's a really constructive way of keeping your club alive and regaining it's identity. Maybe you should take a look at yourselves before labelling the people that actually support the club as "sad and deplorable".

PS. We've heard it all before...it's old news and quite frankly boring IMO. Also, please don't take this as me supporting the DR and the "match fitness" players turning out for Swinton, that's not the case, I just support Swinton.

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the fact that fans are willing to accept this is equally sad and deplorable.Attend by all means but at least let the people running the club know you are not happy with it before its too late and our club is sold down the river.Or maybe you are happy with where we are going?

duffymoon and Phil

 

  • I don't like DR
  • I don't like being bottom of the League
  • but what I do love is Rugby League and my team and I will continue to support them, attend games and hope we will come through these bad times
  • I don't think this is sad and deplorable

Please explain to me my options

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Cheers Phil and Duffymoon. I'm not sure anyone has said they are happy with the situation, that's been completely fabricated. What the people on here said at the start of the season is we'll see what happens, it might work out, it might not. So far it has not worked out, the DR needs changing and probably will be next season.

However, turning our backs on the club we love is something that we cannot and will not do...I find that unforgivable.

I see the only thing that some people have done to "show the people in charge that they are unhappy", is stop attending games. Well done, that's a really constructive way of keeping your club alive and regaining it's identity. Maybe you should take a look at yourselves before labelling the people that actually support the club as "sad and deplorable".

PS. We've heard it all before...it's old news and quite frankly boring IMO. Also, please don't take this as me supporting the DR and the "match fitness" players turning out for Swinton, that's not the case, I just support Swinton.

Excellent post Bryce and turns the discussion totally on it's head.

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duffymoon and Phil

  • I don't like DR
  • I don't like being bottom of the League
  • but what I do love is Rugby League and my team and I will continue to support them, attend games and hope we will come through these bad times
  • I don't think this is sad and deplorable
Please explain to me my options
Well said

I've said it before I'll say it again. ..this isn't about disagreeing on the subject matter its about your outlook on life

By the way I'm now in Mammoth and its really nice...the wifi is free again too.

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Cheers Phil and Duffymoon. I'm not sure anyone has said they are happy with the situation, that's been completely fabricated. What the people on here said at the start of the season is we'll see what happens, it might work out, it might not. So far it has not worked out, the DR needs changing and probably will be next season.

However, turning our backs on the club we love is something that we cannot and will not do...I find that unforgivable.

I see the only thing that some people have done to "show the people in charge that they are unhappy", is stop attending games. Well done, that's a really constructive way of keeping your club alive and regaining it's identity. Maybe you should take a look at yourselves before labelling the people that actually support the club as "sad and deplorable".

PS. We've heard it all before...it's old news and quite frankly boring IMO. Also, please don't take this as me supporting the DR and the "match fitness" players turning out for Swinton, that's not the case, I just support Swinton.

Well said.

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Cheers Phil and Duffymoon. I'm not sure anyone has said they are happy with the situation, that's been completely fabricated. What the people on here said at the start of the season is we'll see what happens, it might work out, it might not. So far it has not worked out, the DR needs changing and probably will be next season.

However, turning our backs on the club we love is something that we cannot and will not do...I find that unforgivable.

I see the only thing that some people have done to "show the people in charge that they are unhappy", is stop attending games. Well done, that's a really constructive way of keeping your club alive and regaining it's identity. Maybe you should take a look at yourselves before labelling the people that actually support the club as "sad and deplorable".

PS. We've heard it all before...it's old news and quite frankly boring IMO. Also, please don't take this as me supporting the DR and the "match fitness" players turning out for Swinton, that's not the case, I just support Swinton.

Its the situation that I find sad and deplorable, the people who have brought the situation about are not the fans - my sentiments are directed elsewhere.

As there now appears to be a large majority of people unhappy with the club's approach to partnering there is one thing I would like to explore. As and when Chris Bridge takes the ball up today, and possibly makes a contribution that proves pivotal to the outcome of the match, will all you people that are expressing discontent about DR be cheering and applauding? To me this guy is clearly not a bone fide Swinton player and due to that it would feel totally hypocritical to support what he does in a Lions shirt. This is why I find it hard to go to games at the moment.

The agenda Chris Bridge will be representing today is damaging the identity, heritage and future prospects of Swinton Lions, not furthering them. So how could I support that?

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