Context is everything.morley pie eater wrote: ↑Fri Nov 20, 2020 5:44 pmYou seem to offer a stark, binary choice betweennathan_rugby wrote: ↑Fri Nov 20, 2020 12:42 pmIt is a forum, some people like to try and analyse performances, tactics etc.keptinthedarkfans wrote: ↑Fri Nov 20, 2020 12:18 pm Beats me that people still single out players especially the kids. Finding fault with even good convincing wins. Everyone who played last night had a job to do and to a man did it to Wigan's standard I thought young Smith was outstanding his vision is great also to come in to pressure game he showed great maturity and he's an exciting prospect. Why not take all the positives of last month and savour them. I for one can only see good times ahead.
I think Smith has done great this year, he is a real prospect. Just we won doesn't mean I cannot discuss losing Hastings kicking game when playing hooker and that Smith's was off last night and what impact that could have against St Helens.
If we all just said "Well done, good game fter a win and "that was rubbish" after a loss, it wouldn't be a very exciting forum would it.
orIf we all just said "Well done, good game after a win"
in an attempt to justify this:"that was rubbish" after a loss
No middle ground, eh?Not on last nights viewing.
- Kick out on the full without any pressure
- High kicks landing 20m out rather than on the goal line
- Kicks caught by fullback/wingers on the full
- Not much range
If you'd said, "Harry Smith clearly has huge potential, though, as you'd expect at his age, he didn't get everything right...", then I'd be more inclined to read and consider your comments.
But just to list 4 criticisms in the way you did can't be justified by saying "If we all just said Well done..."
For which reason, I totally agree with kitdf.
My original comment wasn’t quoted so this attack is irrelevant.