our most successful coach of the Super League era

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AdamMac
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our most successful coach of the Super League era

Post by AdamMac » Mon Oct 10, 2016 7:03 pm

Hats off and respect to Shaun Wane.

Great achievement & I'm looking forward to more trophies under your guidance

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Re: our most successful coach of the Super League era

Post by Caboosegg » Mon Oct 10, 2016 7:16 pm

Shush. He rubbish and need replacing..... we didnt win the challenge cup or league leaders.

Im hoping that the lackluster method of playing this season is down to the injuries and backroom issues. Im looking forward to seeing some more of the last few weeks next year more consistently.

Would be intresting so see if a deadicated attack coach would help.

However if none of this happens i will still be sat in my seat support Wigan through the good and Bad of next season.
RL's biggest issue is the constant negativity of its own fans.

support verb [ (ENCOURAGE)

"to agree with and give encouragement to someone or something because you want him, her, or it to succeed"

Exiled Wiganer
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Re: our most successful coach of the Super League era

Post by Exiled Wiganer » Mon Oct 10, 2016 8:27 pm

The facts speak for themselves, don't they? I do hope that he spends a lot of time reflecting on what went right, and why, this year. Or Winder does on his behalf.
He could well have a back line of - escare - Manfredi - Gelling - Gildart - Burgess - Williams - Sam - at his disposal early next year. Let those off the leash and we will fill the DW (ESP now FPN and Tautai have been given license to offload).

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Re: our most successful coach of the Super League era

Post by cpwigan » Mon Oct 10, 2016 8:36 pm

:eusa2: Reminds me of John Dorahay

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Re: our most successful coach of the Super League era

Post by cpwigan » Mon Oct 10, 2016 8:52 pm

IIRC, Wane is also our longest serving SL coach which should be viewed in the context of success.

AdamMac
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Re: our most successful coach of the Super League era

Post by AdamMac » Mon Oct 10, 2016 9:13 pm

And maybe there is a reason for that...

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Re: our most successful coach of the Super League era

Post by thegimble » Mon Oct 10, 2016 9:13 pm

cpwigan wrote:IIRC, Wane is also our longest serving SL coach which should be viewed in the context of success.
So now are you advocating coaches staying longer leads to more success?

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Re: our most successful coach of the Super League era

Post by cpwigan » Mon Oct 10, 2016 9:16 pm

AdamMac wrote:And maybe there is a reason for that...
Using stats incorrectly ?

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Re: our most successful coach of the Super League era

Post by cpwigan » Mon Oct 10, 2016 9:17 pm

thegimble wrote:
cpwigan wrote:IIRC, Wane is also our longest serving SL coach which should be viewed in the context of success.
So now are you advocating coaches staying longer leads to more success?
NO, just pointing out that it is silly to use stats incorrectly. Wane should have gone 3 seasons ago we might have won far more and then Adam could produce his stats.

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Re: our most successful coach of the Super League era

Post by AdamMac » Mon Oct 10, 2016 9:21 pm

cpwigan wrote:
thegimble wrote:
cpwigan wrote:IIRC, Wane is also our longest serving SL coach which should be viewed in the context of success.
So now are you advocating coaches staying longer leads to more success?
NO, just pointing out that it is silly to use stats incorrectly. Wane should have gone 3 seasons ago we might have won far more and then Adam could produce his stats.
'Might'

United 'might' of got rid of Ferguson after a few seasons too...

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