Bbc article actually blames the ref.... there must be a saints fan on the team.
Sure the first one was a bad decision but the knock on try with Percival was correct.
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And so the upset came,as it does so often in sport well done Wire. So I wonder what will happen now? Will saints or wire implode and not win again or will they both be at old Trafford ? And under 63,000 for the final it’s time to wake up and move it,Wembley will never get to 70,000 unless Leeds are...
30 minutes behind but found something saint do that annoys me. When the kick from warrington comes on the 5th saints players block any warrington player from competing. They dont attempt to get the ball its pure obstructing the attacking team. Nothing likes teams trying to make the game boring. This...
- Sat Aug 24, 2019 7:02 am
- Forum: General Rugby League
- Topic: Who are you shouting for?
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It's a tricky one because they can't both lose! I feel bad saying this but I want saints to win for two reasons: Firstly, they're going to win anyway so I won't be too disappointed and secondly, I like being able to sing 'it's always your year' to the wire fans. Always your year is related to the g...
First half excellent,less so in the second half it has to be said,wire aren’t as good as they think they are and take Austin out and you have a team that offers little really,yet they came so close to scoring must be a worry for Lam. Sarge again was steady,Zak too French gets people excited and as ...
We won and well... who cares
Sloppy first hour then we finally pulled away in the final 20... thanks to a double forward pass for Burgess’ try but never mind. A win is a win. I think the lack of debate about the match last night indicates there is nothing really to talk about. Big game against Wire though we could go joint 2nd...
- Wed Aug 07, 2019 1:28 pm
- Forum: Off Topic
- Topic: Why we will be worse off through Brexit (Question from other forum)
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^ Maybe, maybe not, but I still do not believe that 1 in 6 children in Wigan is going hungry. Not sure how old you are Caboosegg, but I grew up in the 70's. Compared to that time, Wigan is like candytown. The amount of benefits/handouts and general "looking after" compared to then is mind boggling....