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Like a match from the 70s, prefer summer rugby but as a one off it was great to watch. Even classy Cas couldn't beat the conditions.
Juggernaut you are consistent with your trolling, with regards to Charnley he suits league more than union and it shows with how he plays with a smile again at sale he was professional with his attitude but has come back no better or worse. The amount of players who move either way is small now because they are so different, I read union hys but rarely comment maybe you should do the same.
RU is in big trouble in Australia. In fact, according to Aussies the sport is now back in its rightful anonymous position.https://theconversation.com/four-reasons-rugby-union-in-australia-is-struggling-despite-the-wallabies-success-49741I think ultimately football will be the biggest code there (trend is going that way). NRL will have it’s support in the east and AFL in the south.
Cracking match, played in tough conditions, at an awful ground. Hopefully Warrington can go on a decent run now.
Let's get the posts to 40!
Anyway, nice to see Charnley back enjoying his rugby in the more exciting version of the code. Criminally underused in the poorer version though. 4 tries in 32 games just shows how little the yawnion teams use expansive play, they'd rather have the fat forwards grunt it up the middle to line up a 3 point drop goal (sic).
@ 11 - You obviously don't understand sarcasm very well.
Well said Mac. Don’t let the RU trolls get to you, as northern Neanderthals their high level grammar is beyond our ken.
Can someone redirect Jughead to the correct site? I’ve tried, but his intelligence matches his grammar. The site is all yours Jughead. Enjoy your day.
Trouble is he didn't play that much,yet straight back in to the supposedly superior code scores a couple of tries,his coach salivating over him,and yet the Neanderthals struggle with it,you have to have a little chuckle don't you.
He’s definitely not come back a better player, but I’m sure he has regained his confidence. Only natural though, if you go and play a lower grade/less competitive sport and then return to the better one after a time, it’s bound to give you a fresh perspective on the tougher competition he’ll face in RL.Ignore the RU trolls. They smell of desperation and misused biscuits.
You’ve had my response Jughead, you are a RU follower, I follow RL. I have no interest in RU but here we are on a RL site. You go figure? No one has ever come back from RU a better player so I will be surprised if Charnley has. The fact that he is in the first team is more about money and the poor quality of SL at the moment rather than any superiority gained from the limited code.
Here we go planet Mac and Borewell in tandem,go on both of you admit it,I know it's hard that Charley's come back a better player!Can't wait for your response?
Wasting your time with Jughead he’s a serial RU troll. I suspect an inferiority complex probably based on his inability to play either code. As for Charnley coming back more confident is that based on him having less game time, less touches, less involvement and playing in front of smaller crowds? I can see how that builds confidence! Is it a slow day on the southern rugby site?
Jughead, get an adult to read the article to you it’s on a RL site not a southern rugby one. Off you jog ( ironic for a RU fan) to the kick and clap site , you know the sport you follow? Perhaps you could visit the tennis site and tell them badminton is better?
Orwell Orwell Orwell,the usual tripe,why is he playing if he's struggling for fitness,please don't say match fitness?Charnleys said himself he comes back a more confident player,his coach at Warrington couldn't stop praising his two tries on his debut,yet you resort to denigrating another sport what a surprise?
Kerry saints had that ground it was called Knowsley road and it was a fine rugby league ground in its day but times change it may even happen in Yorkshire one day
Re Wiremans " this is our year"Don't you yorkies get irony?
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