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Once again, lack of composure ,giving  too much cheap ball away resulting in excessive defending." If the other team doesn't have the ball they can't score", but we don't seem to have a game plan that incorporates that philosophy....other successful teams do & they manage to stifle oppositions & win games at the pace they dictate.

 

Of our present most effective half backs , one was at centre & the other sat in the stand. I think Smith chose the wrong game to experiment with his half backs. Myler is an excellent support player & Ratchford doesn't like to pass.

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Leeds were better and more composed when they needed to be.

 

We just weren't at the races in the 1st half and against a quality team like Leeds that's often fatal.

 

I remember alot of Leeds fans calling for heads to roll after we beat them comfortably at Wembley a couple of years ago, and yet they ended up winning the Grand Final by turning the tables on us, so let's just keep the faith whilst remembering that we all thought this may end up being a transitional year for us.

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