Liam Marshall signs long-term deal as he commits future to Wigan Warriors

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Good stuff. He had a great season last year.
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Brilliant news!
French and field get all the accolades but Marshall does a lot of hard work and scores some brilliant trie.
Goes unsung heroes a lot of the time because of the other 2
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25 tries scored in 25 games for Marshy 😊
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Excellent news, just got into my Travelodge at Kinross services and this is the first thing I've seen, lovely jubbly :D :D :D
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Underrated due to size. Very committed and great finisher. Also his reaction at scoring the winner for cc was my highlight of the season. Could not make the final. But i almost got kicked out of a posh pub in Chester full of posh horse racing fans. They did not like my full on banging the table going nuts.
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Underrated part of his game is carrying into the first/second tackle from a kick return. He does it time and time again, gets good yards and gets a quick ptb. Great finisher, maybe a tad less speed than a couple of years ago but still absolutely electric. In him and Bevan we have 2 of the most elusive wingers in the game along with Field at FB. It'll be an exciting 2023 with those 3 from the start
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Blackpool_Pie wrote: Tue Oct 18, 2022 8:50 pm Underrated part of his game is carrying into the first/second tackle from a kick return. He does it time and time again, gets good yards and gets a quick ptb. Great finisher, maybe a tad less speed than a couple of years ago but still absolutely electric. In him and Bevan we have 2 of the most elusive wingers in the game along with Field at FB. It'll be an exciting 2023 with those 3 from the start
Agree completely 😊
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medlocke wrote: Tue Oct 18, 2022 6:42 pm Excellent news, just got into my Travelodge at Kinross services and this is the first thing I've seen, lovely jubbly :D :D :D
If Marshy had turned down the deal Wigan were looking to recruit Ah Van, so not so lovely jubbly.
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Another thing Marshy has brought to the table lately is his increasing deft right foot. Which started the wonder try against Huddersfield, and has played a crucial role at the back-end of this season too. Well he's just got better, and shown his enthusiasm for playing for the club, what more can you say?
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moto748 wrote: Wed Oct 19, 2022 1:17 am Another thing Marshy has brought to the table lately is his increasing deft right foot. Which started the wonder try against Huddersfield, and has played a crucial role at the back-end of this season too. Well he's just got better, and shown his enthusiasm for playing for the club, what more can you say?
Plus he plays with enjoyment & enthusiasm, he always has a smile on his face & will stop & make an effort to talk to fans. Belting lad, always liked him 😊
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