General Anyone got this weeks team of the week?

Wiki_old

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If that title makes sense, lol.

It's not on the Warriors website yet ...when does it usually come out?
 

2big2strong_old

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Warriors get it out of Rugby league week bro, on wednesdays. there was a team of the week in todays Brisbane Courier mail but they're bias as Fuck. but fien was hooker of the round, price was a prop of the round and Sione was on the bench
 

Wiki_old

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Thanks bro.

Man, Sione has been really lighting up in everyones eyes lately aye?

And the thing is ...he is playing good footy minus his usual mistakes! He is providing exactly the flare we want from him.
 

2big2strong_old

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Wiki said:
Thanks bro.

Man, Sione has been really lighting up in everyones eyes lately aye?

And the thing is ...he is playing good footy minus his usual mistakes! He is providing exactly the flare we want from him.

yeah and the honest thing is bro, i don't think he's playing all that great. he's playing good, but no where near what he's capable of. I watch a lot of 2003 games i have on my computer, and he was the man, in the semi against the dogs he blitzed them outwide. he was averaging 2 - 3 linebreaks a game! when i see him play a 'good' game now i think, that's nothing compared to what he CAN do. I think Awen played much better

i think my expectations are just way too high.
 

Tyrael_old

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i'm just not a fan of sione when he is in the backs, now he is in the forwards again, i think he is doing better. He's increased his speed but he might need to work on his strength too.
 

warriors4life_old

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Here is leagueunlimited.com's team of the week for Round 15:

Fullback: Clinton Schifcofske (Raiders) – The Canberra custodian fills our boots again this week. The Schif never lets anyone down and his defensive work in the second half against the Storm was outstanding. He also chipped in with a couple of lines breaks and two goals.

Wing: Matt Utai (Bulldogs) – The human nugget had another explosive game and possibly a bit too much. Utai has found himself suspended from the NRL in Round 16, but we’re going to give him a run after his strong performance.

Centre: Brett Delaney (Eels) – A quiet achiever over at Parramatta. Delaney has proven himself to be a no-nonsense player who does all the little things right. He scored a good try, kicked a few goals and seems to be at home in the centres.

Centre: Dean Collis (Tigers) – An improving player with stacks of potential. Collis is your typical Tigers clubman, floating about looking for work all day long and popping up in the right place at the right time. Bottled a regulation four-pointer.

Wing: Brett Morris (Dragons) – The son of Slippery really got amongst it on Friday night, making a few good runs before his final minute heroics. I still can’t work out how he bent himself around the Broncos defender to score the match-winner, but it was special.

Five-eighth: Darren Lockyer (Broncos) – Locky has come back to some of his better form recently with a quality innings on Friday night. He’s moving more fluently and roaming with intent, adding four valuable goals that most spectators thought would win them the game.

Halfback: Scott Prince (Tigers) – Morons compatriot Scotty Prince was in fine form as well, playing his best game of the season. Prince found a few holes and ran the ball more often which looked splendid in the lush surroundings of Homebush.

Lock: Sione Faumuina (Warriors) – Ran the ball and tackled like a madman against the Knights. Sione can churn out the odd blinder and he really turned it up against the Knights. Crossed the stripe for a well deserved meat pie and shook the foundations of the Newcastle pack.

Second-row: Greg Bird (Sharks) – The surprise packet of Cronulla’s season in one of the most under-rated backrow’s going around. Bird has packed on some weight and is an important cog in the wheel down in the Shire these days. Scored Cronulla’s pair of tries and goes well in the engine room.

Second-row: David Kidwell (Storm) – Kidwell pulled out a ferocious effort against the Raiders, tearing them apart from short range and joins Bird in scoring a double for his side. He loves getting across the chalk in case you didn’t notice and that’s why he’s got a LU jersey this week.

Prop: Petero Civoniceva (Broncos) – This old workhorse got his hands dirty against the Dragons, backing up his stellar effort in Origin II. Petero has taken his game to another level this season adding big hits to his non-stop tackling. A tower of strength.

Hooker: Robert Farah (Tigers) – Farah had a super game against the Chooks following on from a few average games over the past weeks. He got involved at the right times and ran well from dummy half, adding a try to the Tigers scoresheet.

Prop: Willie Mason (Bulldogs) – Big Willie hit back at criticisms of his Origin II performance with a barnstorming effort against the Cowboys. He intimidated them, which is what he’s there for, and he’ll need to continue doing so for the Bulldogs to give things a shake.

Interchange: Roy Asotasi (Bulldogs), Paul Gallen (Sharks), Nathan Hindmarsh (Eels), Ryan Hoffman (Storm).

A powerhouse bench here as the selectors go for brute force with a pinch of finesse. Asotasi and Gallen and wrecking balls capable of taking the best defence apart. Hindmarsh’s reputation proceeds him and will work well with the mobile and skilled Hoffman next to him.

Merkin of the Week Award for Stupidity: It’s weeks like this that remind me why I love this great game. Our fair-weathered friends in New Zealand take out second place in the Merkin stakes this for contributing a paltry 6,240 crowd figure during a week that averaged nearly 15,000 people per game.

But the real bobby-dazzler this round was all the attention Shaun Timmins got for helping out a garbo. We all know that Leagueies weren’t first in line when God handed out brains, but it’s becoming more obvious that they were at least standing in front of the media when the queue formed.

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Fien's not even in the team, just Faumuina, I wonder if they actually watched our game...
 

2big2strong_old

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i've got RLW's team of the week and the only warrior is Awen on the bench, they've got more players in there from losing teams. sometimes i feel like aussie press really dislike us.
 

Wiki_old

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2black2strong said:
i've got RLW's team of the week and the only warrior is Awen on the bench, they've got more players in there from losing teams. sometimes i feel like aussie press really dislike us.

What the hell!

Argh, we'll show them!
 

warriors4life_old

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2black2strong said:
sometimes i feel like aussie press really dislike us.

I don't feel like that sometimes, I feel like that all the time. The Warriors never get enough coverage in any of the NRL magazines, and if they do it is fairly short and not very helpful.
 

sebastian_old

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2black2strong said:
i've got RLW's team of the week and the only warrior is Awen on the bench, they've got more players in there from losing teams. sometimes i feel like aussie press really dislike us.

We got dudded alright, ported right up the old dirty dock. I got big league & all we get is wiki in the team of the week. We were one of the best teams to watch last week, we had had players having their best games in years all over the field. We took what the knights best was & threw it right back. The bulldogs stole the self destructing cowboys crumbs & did it under the legal speed limit too!! It was like watching a homeless person stealing a birds bread crumbs in slow motion. It was worse than watching souths get thrashed, now thats a bad game. But they get 2 bench spots & we get squat!! The eels steam rolled souths, WOW!! They get get Hindmarsh & some no name Jarryd hayne. All up there were 4 players from losing teams, what a joke! Do they acutally take the game or oppisision into account or just their nationality??
 

Jesbass_old

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warriors4life said:
2black2strong said:
sometimes i feel like aussie press really dislike us.

I don't feel like that sometimes, I feel like that all the time. The Warriors never get enough coverage in any of the NRL magazines, and if they do it is fairly short and not very helpful.

I know how you feel, warriors4life, but I can't pretend it isn't justified. Australians would be their largest target market after all. We're just a bit on the side, I suspect.
 

warriors4life_old

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Jesbass said:
warriors4life said:
2black2strong said:
sometimes i feel like aussie press really dislike us.

I don't feel like that sometimes, I feel like that all the time. The Warriors never get enough coverage in any of the NRL magazines, and if they do it is fairly short and not very helpful.

I know how you feel, warriors4life, but I can't pretend it isn't justified. Australians would be their largest target market after all. We're just a bit on the side, I suspect.

Yeah true, but they do ship to New Zealand, and not to mention the clan of Warriors fans living in Australia, so you would expect a bit more coverage on the team.
 

Skinny_Ravs82

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warriors4life said:
Jesbass said:
warriors4life said:
2black2strong said:
sometimes i feel like aussie press really dislike us.

I don't feel like that sometimes, I feel like that all the time. The Warriors never get enough coverage in any of the NRL magazines, and if they do it is fairly short and not very helpful.

I know how you feel, warriors4life, but I can't pretend it isn't justified. Australians would be their largest target market after all. We're just a bit on the side, I suspect.

Yeah true, but they do ship to New Zealand, and not to mention the clan of Warriors fans living in Australia, so you would expect a bit more coverage on the team.

Key note: Australians--bias ****** ;) haha! Nothing but the truth :p
 

2big2strong_old

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and why was wiki in the team of the week? he's playing ordinary? i think they've gone, "those bloody darkies won again, who plays for them?"
 

Jesbass_old

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warriors4life said:
Jesbass said:
warriors4life said:
2black2strong said:
sometimes i feel like aussie press really dislike us.

I don't feel like that sometimes, I feel like that all the time. The Warriors never get enough coverage in any of the NRL magazines, and if they do it is fairly short and not very helpful.

I know how you feel, warriors4life, but I can't pretend it isn't justified. Australians would be their largest target market after all. We're just a bit on the side, I suspect.

Yeah true, but they do ship to New Zealand, and not to mention the clan of Warriors fans living in Australia, so you would expect a bit more coverage on the team.

A very valid point. *nods sagely* :p
 

Skinny_Ravs82

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2black2strong said:
and why was wiki in the team of the week? he's playing ordinary? i think they've gone, "those bloody darkies won again, who plays for them?"

LOL. I guess it really goes to show the Aussie knowledge in the Warriors. Which is probably 0 knowledge. :twisted:
 

sebastian_old

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2black2strong said:
and why was wiki in the team of the week? he's playing ordinary? i think they've gone, "those bloody darkies won again, who plays for them?"

Good point i don't think he desrved a spot, although he did make 100 for the 1st time in weeks i would've had price at 8, fien at 9 sione at 13 & awen on the bench. I think all these players bar price(hes always good) had there best games for the year & shined, especially sione i don't think he made a mistake or error, unlike the past weeks.
 

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