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

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Job for boys ;) we should have brought in an NRL superstar winger
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Caboosegg wrote: โ†‘Wed Oct 19, 2022 8:15 am Job for boys ;) we should have brought in an NRL superstar winger
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Charriots Offiah wrote: โ†‘Tue Oct 18, 2022 10:20 pm
medlocke wrote: โ†‘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.
I would have bought a season ticket if we had done :D
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josie andrews wrote: โ†‘Wed Oct 19, 2022 7:30 am
moto748 wrote: โ†‘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 ๐Ÿ˜Š
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And what's great is, a lot of us must have thought that we'd have this great back three for just the one season, but now it's battened down for a least another couple of years to come. And we've bought centres! :D
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Love the whole story with Liam, from being released, having three local lads realistically in front of him in Dom Joe and then Tom. The Wembley defeat and plenty doubters re his size and so on. Even a bad injury couldn't stop him.
A never give up and appreciative attitude for our club is a massive part of what we love to see from players. His reaction in the final to the winning try was a real memory that will last for ever.
All these play a part of being a very valuable player for us . To be first choice in the most exciting back three in the league says it all.
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Agree with all that! That try was right in front of us as well - could see it coming as soon as the kick went in...
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Yes, I was in that corner too. :D Wonderful day.
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lucky 13 wrote: โ†‘Sun Oct 23, 2022 9:14 am Love the whole story with Liam, from being released, having three local lads realistically in front of him in Dom Joe and then Tom. The Wembley defeat and plenty doubters re his size and so on. Even a bad injury couldn't stop him.
A never give up and appreciative attitude for our club is a massive part of what we love to see from players. His reaction in the final to the winning try was a real memory that will last for ever.
All these play a part of being a very valuable player for us . To be first choice in the most exciting back three in the league says it all.
Who released him?
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moto748 wrote: โ†‘Sun Oct 23, 2022 11:43 pm Yes, I was in that corner too. :D Wonderful day.
Stanfax wrote: โ†‘Sun Oct 23, 2022 10:48 pm Agree with all that! That try was right in front of us as well - could see it coming as soon as the kick went in...
Us too, we were on the front row right behind the sticks, we ended up on the Tottenham website that day ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
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