Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Kiwi Eagle, Jun 7, 2007.
Knights have announced the signing of Ben Cross, guess that means Perry is gone
Geez, Ben Cross and Brian smith is going to be one helluva love fest!
I was reading RLW today and they said both Woolnough and Perry had already signed for next year. Woolnough with panthers and Perry with us.
I'd have preferred that we got Woolnough.
Imagine Rose stays on. We'd dead set have the heaviest bench in history. LoL
Perry has more potential than Woolnough. Cross would have been good. A good hard-nut coming of the bench.
We would need to upgarde to steel benches Rhino.
As well as invest in expanded nippers for the pinch test.
will have to get Jenny Craig involved next year no question!
I dont care if they carry a bit of extra weight. Makes them harder to stop, and the defenders have to work harder to get their arms around them. Is good for a bit of variation from the stock standard front rower we have these days
I'm on a diet, because I don't want to be short AND fat. Donny, my number is QYZABC !!! Please call me.
Anyone heard any news of Rose may stay at the club. The word is he has been linked the Knights & the peels.
All that Perry needs is for Des to fire him up next year.He seems to lack any desire under Brian Smith,and recently being told that he isnt required for next season,you cant blame him.
there vis no question that the talent and agression as a ball runner is there, i would feel a little better if he shed a few kegs.
Des DOES seem to have the ability to turn a Premier League player (not saying Perry is) around into a good, solid 1st grader:- George Rose Michael Robertson Mark Bryant Glenn Hall Clint Halden To name a few.
I reckon robbo's been great since day 1.
Ryan I agree with you, Des appears to bring the best out of good footballers. I think its more to do with culture of the club. Is it that Des did play for the club and can instill club loyalty and character were an outsider coach wouldn't? All I know is that club is more successful when we utilise more local juniors or players introduced to 1st Grade.
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