General El Masri in Doubt.

Robster_old

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Read somewhere he has a foot injury, and the announcment of wiether he will play or not will be made tommrow.
 

blez_old

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Although I wouldn't mind missing his goal-kicking in this game, I was looking forward to the prospect of Vatuvei running at him one on one with a full head of steam.
 

warriorfaithful*_old

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blez said:
Although I wouldn't mind missing his goal-kicking in this game, I was looking forward to the prospect of Vatuvei running at him one on one with a full head of steam.

Yeah lol i can see it now vatuvei steamrolling el masri.
 

warriors4life_old

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He has to pass a late fitness test to play, hope he is ruled out, he is one of their main strike weapons at the moment.
 

Skinny_Ravs82

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I wouldn't mind if he misses the game but if he does we just play our game and deal to him when we can. ie having some one like manu running all over him :p
 

sebastian_old

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Hes there leading tryscorer & guarantees 6 points, so i'll be cheering if hes out. I can't believe how much Hazem is underestimated, he might be smallish but hes got the will & strength of a ox, very cunning winger as well, amazing some of the trys he scores of kicks. Commentators call him the contorshinist.
 

Jesbass_old

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blez said:
Although I wouldn't mind missing his goal-kicking in this game, I was looking forward to the prospect of Vatuvei running at him one on one with a full head of steam.

Yeah, Manu showing Hazem what Brian Carney discovered in the first Tri-Nations match against Great Britain last year would have been nice, and it may still happen.

If El Masri is unable to play, who is most likely to be their goal kicker?
 

sebastian_old

Guest
Jesbass said:
blez said:
Although I wouldn't mind missing his goal-kicking in this game, I was looking forward to the prospect of Vatuvei running at him one on one with a full head of steam.

Yeah, Manu showing Hazem what Brian Carney discovered in the first Tri-Nations match against Great Britain last year would have been nice, and it may still happen.

If El Masri is unable to play, who is most likely to be their goal kicker?

good question. I don't have a clue.
 

blez_old

Guest
Would it be Roberts? I remember he was the kicker in that ill-fated "test".
 

Skinny_Ravs82

Guest
Jesbass said:
blez said:
Although I wouldn't mind missing his goal-kicking in this game, I was looking forward to the prospect of Vatuvei running at him one on one with a full head of steam.

Yeah, Manu showing Hazem what Brian Carney discovered in the first Tri-Nations match against Great Britain last year would have been nice, and it may still happen.

If El Masri is unable to play, who is most likely to be their goal kicker?

Luke Pattern!! lol
 

warriors4life_old

Guest
Jesbass said:
blez said:
Although I wouldn't mind missing his goal-kicking in this game, I was looking forward to the prospect of Vatuvei running at him one on one with a full head of steam.

Yeah, Manu showing Hazem what Brian Carney discovered in the first Tri-Nations match against Great Britain last year would have been nice, and it may still happen.

If El Masri is unable to play, who is most likely to be their goal kicker?

I would have said Braith Anasta (because he kicked for them last year a bit when El Masri was injured) or Jamaal Lolesi (because he kicked for the Kiwis in the Anzac Test last year) but they have both left the club now so I don't really have a clue.
 

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