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Sun 10 Oct: MPG: Toulouse Olympique v Featherstone Rovers KO 18:00 (Sky)


Who will win?  

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Toulouse Olympique by 13 points or more
      45
    • Toulouse Olympique by 7 to 12 points
      35
    • Toulouse Olympique by 1 to 6 points
      10
    • Featherstone Rovers by 1 to 6 points
      13
    • Featherstone Rovers by 7 to 12 points
      25
    • Featherstone Rovers by 13 points or more
      5

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  • Poll closed on 10/10/21 at 17:30

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1 minute ago, Eddie said:

Congratulations to Toulouse, I await with eager anticipation to see what reason SL can concoct to deny them entry.  Also well done Fev, great all season and gave it a good go today, but beaten by the better side. I think they’d be an asset to SL too 

Looked a few more than 1500 there Eddie. You finally let it go? 😄 

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On 09/10/2021 at 09:39, lingaro said:

well there’s a reason, 1 game.   

What if an English team wanted to join the Elite 1 in France and displaced a traditional French team.  Do you think the French would welcome them in, not  a chance there would be hell on.   The reverse of what we are seeing sounds ridiculous, and all for selfish self interest.

Wow, are you OK hun?

 

It was meant to be a light hearted comment.....but I can't wait to go to the first all-French SL game now!

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9 minutes ago, The Phantom Horseman said:

Well done to Toulouse, definitely the better team tonight and deserved winners, good luck to them in SL, they're already not far short of being good enough to make an impact and a few shrewd acquisitions could see them do really well.

Been a great season for Fev and we had a right dig in the second half. Bring on next season.

Post of the week. 

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2 minutes ago, Scubby said:

Toulouse already look as strong as a couple at the bottom end there.

I think some of the current SL mainstays will be getting squeaky bums now at the thought of next season.

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Congrats Toulouse. Great to see a second French team in SL. 
I feel that might have to make some significant signings to make a genuine impact, but am really looking forward to seeing them (hopefully) progress.

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Can't wait for the first French SL derby!

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Congrats Toulouse best team on the day. If Fev had started the first half like the second I didn’t fancy Toulouse’s composure but good game in the end

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2 minutes ago, gogledd said:

Wow, are you OK hun?

 

It was meant to be a light hearted comment.....but I can't wait to go to the first all-French SL game now!

I was just thinking that an all-French game might attract a few neutrals, become a bit of an event game in itself. 

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 No complaints Toulouse were far too good for us on  the night.They didn't let us settle into any kind of patterned attack.Beat us twice this season so no complaints.I think Toulouse with a handful of additions will be ok in SL next season.

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1 minute ago, Man of Kent said:

Probably bottom two on paper, ie them and Salford, but home advantage and an excellent coach ought to be worth a fair few points. 

<Whisper mode> Outside of the obvious Salford and Wakefield, I’d be looking over my shoulder if I was a Cas fan with Radford in charge. <Whisper mode>

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2 minutes ago, GeordieSaint said:

<Whisper mode> Outside of the obvious Salford and Wakefield, I’d be looking over my shoulder if I was a Cas fan with Radford in charge. <Whisper mode>

Wouldn’t be worried by TO if I was a Cas fan. Looked at dispassionately, it’s a fairly average Super League side on paper. 

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8 minutes ago, Scubby said:

Looked a few more than 1500 there Eddie. You finally let it go? 😄 

I think you’re the one who’s obsessed about it, but yeah it’s great to see such a large crowd - hopefully they’ll maintain it in SL. 

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18 minutes ago, The Phantom Horseman said:

Well done to Toulouse, definitely the better team tonight and deserved winners, good luck to them in SL, they're already not far short of being good enough to make an impact and a few shrewd acquisitions could see them do really well.

Been a great season for Fev and we had a right dig in the second half. Bring on next season.

Class post. 👏 👏 

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Just now, Man of Kent said:

Wouldn’t be worried by TO if I was a Cas fan. Looked at dispassionately, it’s a fairly average Super League side on paper. 

They have too enjoy the moment. Now the work begins.

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