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Play again sam
Started by: roylew (1728) Report abuse
Is centre a spot for Sam to play...any ideas...it's a hard one isn't it?

Posted by: peter g (1437)  Report abuse
Ok but who can you drop Gelling who is on form at last or the brilliant Gildart.

Posted by: roylew (1728) Report abuse
I know that's what I mean..it's bloody difficult ...so should we play him off the bench to fill holes as the game goes on

Posted by: roylew (1728) Report abuse
No one bothered then...time to go to Leigh sam

Posted by: jarvo (27183)  Report abuse
He's had it.

Washed up Aussie land flop.

They've all had it.

It's over...

Posted by: roylew (1728) Report abuse
He maybe washed up...tiger woods come to mind...it happens in sport

Posted by: kathpressey (4060)  Report abuse
Give him a break. He's had a serious injury and has always given his best. I hope he comes back fighting fit and shows all the doubters what for!

Posted by: roylew (1728) Report abuse
He may be an asset coming off the bench for a while...he may take the game by storm....when is he due back

Posted by: Jumpin Jack Flash (81) Report abuse
some time next month (April) Roy, the lad has charisma and just like SOL can change the game just by being on the pitch, he will be working hard in training both with the team and on his own skill sets, my fingers are crossed but i think he will come back with a bang and enhance this team further, Shaun Wayne is now an experienced manager who has a proven track record of making right decisions and bringing the best out of players so Sam will find his previous form and will be given time to do so. We will have a great season with a great time, i for one am proud of the team and its only just started! its a pity about the disgraceful Warrington fans though.

Posted by: roylew (1728) Report abuse
Why what happened with the wire fans....fighting?

Posted by: Jumpin Jack Flash (81) Report abuse
fighting among themselves and the stewards to yobs and a great shame to the club, one Wigan fan injured by youths who started throwing bottles and stones, very upsetting

Posted by: gideonfel (205) Report abuse
I can remember Warrington fans coming to Central Park late sixties/early seventies and causing trouble. They've always had an unsavoury element.

Posted by: ahcawntspeyk (5728) Report abuse
Posted by: jarvo (26720) View jarvo's page10,000+ Report abuse

He's had it.

Washed up Aussie land flop.

They've all had it.

It's over...




More jayspeak....


But it's better to be a has been than a NEVER WAS

Posted by: roylew (1728) Report abuse
Rubbish comments

 
 
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