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Sun 4th Jun: SL: Hull FC v Warrington Wolves KO 16:30 (Sky)


Who will win?  

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Hull FC
      13
    • Warrington Wolves
      31

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  • Poll closed on 04/06/23 at 16:30

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6 hours ago, Harry Stottle said:

Wire need to show they are at the top for a reason and playing a Yerkshure club should make it easier than a team from West of the Pennines.!

You seem to be developing a nasty streak Harry 😂

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6 hours ago, Harry Stottle said:

Wire need to show they are at the top for a reason and playing a Yerkshure club should make it easier than a team from West of the Pennines.!

At least no players will be running after officials saying naughty words have been said too them.

I will get my tin hat.

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7 minutes ago, DimmestStar said:

10th versus 1st seems like a no contest but I don't think Wire are all that good and I don't think Hull are that bad.

Does that mean it's a poor league, it's all about getting on the grid in a good position and fit squad, I have watched wire destroy the normal league under Smith yet fail when it really matters, I get disappointed with loses but are wise enough to realise that it only matters in the play offs.

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16 hours ago, ELBOWSEYE said:

At least no players will be running after officials saying naughty words have been said too them.

I will get my tin hat.

Yeah, heard about that yesterday but I suppose if you have been sited before and served multiple weeks suspension for gobbling off you would learn yo keep your gob shut!

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12 minutes ago, Harry Stottle said:

Yeah, heard about that yesterday but I suppose if you have been sited before and served multiple weeks suspension for gobbling off you would learn yo keep your gob shut!

Yes agree but separately the first incident he was refused the right to appeal which I found strange,it could open a massive can of worms if not handled correctly.

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58 minutes ago, ELBOWSEYE said:

Yes agree but separately the first incident he was refused the right to appeal which I found strange,it could open a massive can of worms if not handled correctly.

Has McGuire been sited yet, it was Josh Charnley who was at the centre of his attention this time, last time it was Tom Amone who got the wrong end of racial abuse I believe.

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1 hour ago, Harry Stottle said:

Has McGuire been sited yet, it was Josh Charnley who was at the centre of his attention this time, last time it was Tom Amone who got the wrong end of racial abuse I believe.

It wasn't racial abuse.

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1 minute ago, Harry Stottle said:

What was it then Moe?

It was a degoratory term used to describe people with a disability. Was quite common in school playgrounds in the 80s as an insult. 

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27 minutes ago, Moe syszlak said:

It was a degoratory term used to describe people with a disability. Was quite common in school playgrounds in the 80s as an insult. 

Oh that one, thanks

Someone told me that the term used was because Tom Amone was Australian of ethnic decent, thanks for the correction.

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I'm not sure who will win, Warrington will probably just have a bit more quality to get the job done but it could go either way imo. We are good enough to get a result if we can execute well. Against Salford I thought we played about as badly as we possibly could in terms of unforced errors and composure. We made double the amount of errors Salford made and had about 60 less carries and yet we were still in it with 5 minutes to play and managed to make roughly the same metres despite that big deficit of possession. We just look so much more hungry and determined in recent times.

I am confident that it won't look like a 1st v 10th game.

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26 minutes ago, Wellsy4HullFC said:

Hull to win. 

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