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11 hours ago, sweaty craiq said:

Blues Sox - I would have backed Paul over any of your lads with doors locked.

 

Sounds like he didn't even back himself when things got heated. 😉

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41 minutes ago, meast said:

Are the old Leigh back in business?

If they are, you of all people should be worried. Lol..

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45 minutes ago, meast said:

Are the old Leigh back in business?

Much like Degsy it never went away.

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6 minutes ago, gillmeister said:

Blokes a repeat offender who wants the book thrown at him via a long touchline ban

Blokes awreet.. Leave the lad alone, you bully.

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As an aside me and the wife went to watch Melbourne Storm v Newcastle Knights last weekend and after 10 minutes my wife asked who was the player in the light blue top.  I told her that he was part of the Storm ‘coaching’ team.  It seemed like the bloke must have been on the pitch advising the players during every set of six that the Storm had.

Surely we need the refs to just stop the game and tell these people to get off the pitch.

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15 minutes ago, Adelaide Tiger said:

As an aside me and the wife went to watch Melbourne Storm v Newcastle Knights last weekend and after 10 minutes my wife asked who was the player in the light blue top.  I told her that he was part of the Storm ‘coaching’ team.  It seemed like the bloke must have been on the pitch advising the players during every set of six that the Storm had.

Surely we need the refs to just stop the game and tell these people to get off the pitch.

I wondered where Gary Mercer had gone.....

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16 minutes ago, Adelaide Tiger said:

As an aside me and the wife went to watch Melbourne Storm v Newcastle Knights last weekend and after 10 minutes my wife asked who was the player in the light blue top.  I told her that he was part of the Storm ‘coaching’ team.  It seemed like the bloke must have been on the pitch advising the players during every set of six that the Storm had.

Surely we need the refs to just stop the game and tell these people to get off the pitch.

I thought the laws of the game stated no encroaching the pitch unless given permission by the referee to do so. 

These days we have water boys with head sets on..

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44 minutes ago, SL17 said:

I thought the laws of the game stated no encroaching the pitch unless given permission by the referee to do so. 

These days we have water boys with head sets on..

And funny looking ex-players in suits, carrying microphones! 

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As has already been said on this thread, he has a long, long history of this sort of thing.

http://www.therfl.co.uk/news/article/32853/leigh-centurions-reserve-coach-fined

http://www.therfl.co.uk/news/article/33435/leighs-assistant-coach-handed-touchline

then there were the incidents at the Summer Bash last year, and several other instances from the past including players and their families complaining about his conduct at reserves games in the past. You can tell just by watching him that he's a ticking time bomb, he seems to lack any sort of self-control.

 

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he soon backed down after giving brownie some stick in dugout, duffy were reckoning to hold him back and laughed it all off, were a good move to stay were he was.

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1 hour ago, fighting irish said:

And funny looking ex-players in suits, carrying microphones! 

i'm just waiting for him to get his timing ever so slightly wrong and get clattered at kick off!

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4 hours ago, Adelaide Tiger said:

As an aside me and the wife went to watch Melbourne Storm v Newcastle Knights last weekend and after 10 minutes my wife asked who was the player in the light blue top.  I told her that he was part of the Storm ‘coaching’ team.  It seemed like the bloke must have been on the pitch advising the players during every set of six that the Storm had.

Surely we need the refs to just stop the game and tell these people to get off the pitch.

All teams do it and agreed they should not be there. Alfie Langer is the worst for it for me. 

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It’s shocking in the NRL and it needs stopping . They don’t need spoon feeding through an entire game . It’s also potentially dangerous with guys running everywhere . As soon as the game kicks off someone is running on .... the team kicks it and the other guy runs on etc etc . Webster is it from west’s just stands there literally directing play and giving instructions every set they have the ball. It’s crazy 

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2 hours ago, DavidM said:

It’s shocking in the NRL and it needs stopping . They don’t need spoon feeding through an entire game . It’s also potentially dangerous with guys running everywhere . As soon as the game kicks off someone is running on .... the team kicks it and the other guy runs on etc etc . Webster is it from west’s just stands there literally directing play and giving instructions every set they have the ball. It’s crazy 

I remember Keith senior doing it (for Sheffield?) and he was on the pitch almost immediately after kick off, and barely left it the entire game. It was farcical, he was on twice as much as there props. 

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3 hours ago, DemonUK said:

I see the same old people still have there Leigh-dar turned on.

Maybe for some.

But my take:
Duffy is a good guy, quite the opposite to what I always thought of Rowley (as was Purtill, another good guy).

Leigh have generally cleaned up their act on the field compared with a few years ago and are usually a good team to watch.

Even Degsy has kept a lower profile in recent times bar the odd occasion.

But Anderson has done this sort of thing so much....he's clearly well regarded by those who know him but he's got a rap sheet as long as your arm. It's one thing for a player to have anger issues in the heat of battle, but this is an experienced coach.

Somebody mentioned Keith Senior and his constant on-field encroachments. I have seen fans give him grief about this loads of times, and he always has a laugh and a smile in response. I've seen fans have a go at Anderson and genuinely thought from his reaction that he might jump over the railings.

 

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6 hours ago, DemonUK said:

I see the same old people still have there Leigh-dar turned on.

 I hear they are selling Leighdar kits at Leigh railway station these days.


Four legs good - two legs bad

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On ‎23‎/‎06‎/‎2019 at 20:26, Sir Kevin Sinfield said:

The 2 points should be deducted from Leigh. Yet again they bring the game into disrepute.

Still obsessed with us luv....x

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4 hours ago, JohnM said:

 I hear they are selling Leighdar kits at Leigh railway station these days.

Atherton.

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12 hours ago, DavidM said:

They don’t need spoon feeding through an entire game .

We live in a world that nannies us and its getting worse. Cars break for you and warn you as you depart a lane. They'll soon drive for us. We will soon forget how to think. Eventually every player will need a minder. 

10 hours ago, dkw said:

I remember Keith senior doing it (for Sheffield?) and he was on the pitch almost immediately after kick off, and barely left it the entire game. It was farcical, he was on twice as much as there props. 

Do you mean to say he didn't have a replacement to give him a break?

14 hours ago, The Phantom Horseman said:

You can tell just by watching him that he's a ticking time bomb, he seems to lack any sort of self-control.

On a more serious note,  I'm surprised the club hasn't seen the potential problem he is and acted by now. 

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6 hours ago, SL17 said:

Atherton.

why? Isn't there a station in Leigh?


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