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    Some good memories on this clip (plus a few painful ones).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lN2x3xir5Zg

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    thank you. geeez i forgot how fast Minni was and Freddy for that matter
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    • #3
      Awesome highlights.

      It finally no longer "feels like yesterday".

      After watching those highlights I'm still not sure I've seen a better player than Freddy.

      When I think of the phrase "we'll never see another like him" it applies most to Freddy in the time I've been watching the game.

      I haven't seen a 5/8 with anything close to his combination of size, defence, running game, and passing game.

      Yes, I'm still in love.

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      • #4
        Great to watch these clips. Freddie was the best five eighth to wear the red, white and blue in my years. Such a dominant player and his defensive reading and cover were equal to any too. The team played with such cohesion and back up - they must have got along well. Link players like Chris Flannery were underrated but invaluable. Totally enjoyed the clip.

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        • #5
          God bless Richard Villasanti, sealed the 2002 GF win for us !!.....and I would turn gay for Morley

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          • #6
            Freddy. Wow.
            Making Steve Naughton look like Vince Mellars...

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            • #7
              I have watched the 2002 GF often and myself, like I assume all of us, love Fitzy, but I thought Freddy was the man that night. If it wasn't for him, we would have lost. The minute he kicked the 40/20, he started the fire...and ended the drought!!!

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              • #8
                yea i re watched 2002, and thought freddy was far and away best on park , even in the first half he was scheming, i still feel freddy is the best ive seen , along with johns and smith for different reasons, freddy was far superior to lockyer imo , and still a margin ahead of thurston but im probably bias

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                • #9
                  Anyone else surprised to see so many great runs and tries by the forever maligned Todd Byrne?

                  He wasn't slow and he blossomed under the tutelage of Brett Mullins in 2002.

                  Watching "that tackle" again, I think there's a chance that sideline part of the field may have been more heavily affected by the rain than the crossfield path Sattler took, and that Todd just got bogged down. He had every right to assume the best path for him was to take a beeline for that corner right along the sideline. Nobody was more surprised than him when he got caught.

                  There have been a couple of infamous "villains" in major league baseball that have blown easy plays in big games (eg Bill Buckner https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18caPNisP2U), and one case of a Cubs fan (Bartman https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vq8G81oOHhY) who took an outfield fence flyball away from a fielder then being blamed for a world series loss. Both suffered harassment, death threats and long term misery for themselves and family.

                  I often wonder how Todd is going these days.

                  In a nice gesture the Cubs gave Bartman a world series ring after they finally broke their 100 year plus world series drought in 2016.

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                  • #10
                    Was he a fan?

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                    • #11
                      I always liked Skinny. Unfairly tainted by missing the Sattler tackle. We were generally out enthused in that game. Blew it.

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                      • #12
                        Disappointing thread. Was expecting a lesbian orgy with the girls all wearing (or not wearing) Roosters gear.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Bansai Pipeline View Post
                          I always liked Skinny. Unfairly tainted by missing the Sattler tackle. We were generally out enthused in that game. Blew it.
                          Yep that's the hardest part of going b2b.

                          You've gotta want it just as much all over again against a team that will die trying.

                          It was the same story this year where we totally out enthused the Storm. And the fact we're also better (unlike Penrith 2003) made it a mauling.

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                          • #14
                            How lucky was Ricky Stuart to inherit that 2002-04 team to start off his coaching career. Looked like a genius at the time but turned out it he was probably just very lucky to be in the right place al the right time when you look at his coaching career since Freddy retired in 04.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Maxy Walker View Post
                              How lucky was Ricky Stuart to inherit that 2002-04 team to start off his coaching career. Looked like a genius at the time but turned out it he was probably just very lucky to be in the right place al the right time when you look at his coaching career since Freddy retired in 04.
                              Ricky Stuart is basically another Michael Hagan.

                              I suspect Mal Meninga is in the same bracket as a coach, tbh.

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