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John Drake

11/04/14 - Leeds Rhinos v Wakefield Wildcats KO 8pm

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11/04/14 - Leeds Rhinos v Wakefield Wildcats KO 8pm
 

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Leeds to win. Not by as much as last week, but still by a decent amount

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I might head to this tonight. Depends on what time I get up to Leeds and if my uncle's ticket is going spare...

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Leeds, by a long long way. Whatever the hanidcap, Leeds will cover it. The silver lining being it will hopefully be a small step towards Agar departing the club (well I can only hope).

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Am I missing something or are Leeds at -26 one of the bets of season?

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A one sided scoreline not involving London? How can this be!

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Agar needs to stop being blindly loyal to some of the players, it's plain to everyone who watches regularly that certain players have past their sell by date and are no longer up to it anymore yet Agar continues to prefer them over more capable options.

Mathers, Fox, Sykes, Lynne & Washbrook are the main culprits. None of them can tackle and none of them pose a threat with the ball. They're being carried by the other players and no team in the history of the game can carry 5 players at the highest level week in, week out.

The issue is exacerbated by Agars other strange decisions like playing Ali Lautiiti from the start, playing Paul McShane for 80 minutes, breaking up half back pairing that was beggining to work, playing Walshaw at prop when he's never played there and is a centre or 2nd row, letting two of our best young backs in Cowling and Kaye leave the club, sending Matt Wildie out on loan when he has been very effective for us when played, he also let Ellis and Mariano leave.

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