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Buhrer > Horo

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Napper, May 11, 2014.

  1. Napper

    Napper Well-Known Member

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    There. I said it.

    Buhrer is the future. He doesn't stop trying and runs awesome lines. Horo is good but we have a better option sitting on the bench every week.

    Buhrer for #12
     
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    • Volley

      Volley Well-Known Member

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    • the mauler

      the mauler Well-Known Member Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

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      Agree. Ferris was awesome on the edge last night. Still not signed for next year which is a concern.
       
    • Ryan

      Ryan Well-Known Member

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      Horo was really good last year, but has dropped off this year
       
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      • IQofalimabean

        IQofalimabean Well-Known Member

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        Buhrer has always had a better work rate than Horo.
         
      • Lord Eagleton

        Lord Eagleton Well-Known Member

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        Horo still has Parra-like mistakes in his game.. But i dont want to pick on him too much. He will probably lift in the back end of the year and come home strong in the finals.
         
      • The Indian

        The Indian Well-Known Member

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        I thought Horo had his best game for a while last night - theres room for both of them and the loss of Glenn is going to open up big game time for these plus Symonds.
         
      • Andy 1972

        Andy 1972 Active Member

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        Buhrer was awesome last night. Didn't deserve to be on the losing side. He is in career best form.

        Andy1972
        Manly forever
         
      • Pepi

        Pepi Well-Known Member

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        Horo had his best game for us last night, I he can keep that form up a second row spot is his.
        Jamie is just what we need in a lock IMO. Fast, strong with a huge motor. I never understand the talk of him being too small he is deceptively strong and because he's quick he finds gaps that the bigger guys can't.
         
      • flying sea eagle

        flying sea eagle Active Member

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        Buhrer > Gift?

        Maybe not yet but I think he will be
         
      • Lord Eagleton

        Lord Eagleton Well-Known Member

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        And someone said Buhrer is only 23? Plenty of maturing in his game still to come. Plenty. Just think, he is 7 years behind Gifty. Improvement on current form is inevitable. His best is still in front of him boys and girls!
         
      • Napper

        Napper Well-Known Member

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        Twice he's picked a hole and pinned his ears back to go over untouched from inside the 20. Not many backrowers get over that easily. His vision is awesome.
         
      • Snake

        Snake Doing The Eagle Rock!

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        the best play from Ferris all year, was running that line off Foran against the Cowboys! Perfect!
         
      • susan

        susan Well-Known Member

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        It is not a like for like swap.Horo is a hard head who runs tough inside lines and hits hard.Ferris plays wider,has more speed and runs the outside line generally,but is more fragile in defence.With a new prop rotation I would be very wary of leaving out a guy like Horo.We need both style of players in our pack so it is not just the case of swapping them.I personally would be rotating Glen a lot more.We are lucky to have all of them plus Symonds and SL.
         
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        • NYEagle

          NYEagle Well-Known Member

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          I agree with most here. Both Horo and Buhrer deserve spots in the Manly side.
          I though Horo was great on Saturday night. Took some really tough hit ups. Still like what he brings.
          NYEagle
           
        • Stevo

          Stevo Well-Known Member

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          Buhrer always seems to play a lot better when he starts. I haven't been his biggest fan but i was really happy with him on saturday night.
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          He's a ready made replacement for Glenn.
           
        • RiverEagle

          RiverEagle New Member

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          Surely there's room for both in the 17...esp with Gift out.

          Ferris went damn well on the weekend . He's copped his share of criticism, as has Horo - and rightly so at times.

          What I like most is they, along with the whole team, always give it everything. We never go down easy.

          Ferris and Justin may not be the best players around, but they epitomise that.

          Can't often ask for more; and I hope we hang onto both for years to come.
           

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