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  • #16
    Wonít be nice seeing his sour-faced dad around the club.

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    • #17
      Flanno Jr was calm and composed tonight vs Parra, heís definitely shown some great qualities but what does this mean for Sam Walker?

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      • #18
        There could be some interesting flow on effects if this signing actually happens, firstly it would likely mean we have missed out on Sam Walker, secondly it would likely shut the door on Latrell moving into the halves next year, which could also play into his decision on whether he stays with the Roosters long term.

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        • #19
          I wouldnít get too excited just yet about this story. It was in the Telecrap and written by Buzz. Not the most reliable source.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by fletch View Post
            There could be some interesting flow on effects if this signing actually happens, firstly it would likely mean we have missed out on Sam Walker, secondly it would likely shut the door on Latrell moving into the halves next year, which could also play into his decision on whether he stays with the Roosters long term.
            Wouldn't be worried about LM leaving if he only wants to stay with us in the 5/8th position,as no one is bigger than the club.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Johnny Tobin View Post
              Wonít be nice seeing his sour-faced dad around the club.
              The young fella, not matter how good, brings his old mans poison with him. Iím in no way saying he is his old man but his old man has a stink that I donít think any of us want around our club.
              I love porcelain hand dryers.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by rented tracksuit View Post

                The young fella, not matter how good, brings his old mans poison with him. Iím in no way saying he is his old man but his old man has a stink that I donít think any of us want around our club.
                Im not so sure if the Flanagan story is true but i think its irrelevant who his old man is. Kyle is very talented and if the Roosters can land him im sure he will excel at the club

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by RoosterChick View Post
                  I wouldnít get too excited just yet about this story. It was in the Telecrap and written by Buzz. Not the most reliable source.
                  Buzz would have decent mail for the Sharks.

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                  • #24
                    From what I have seen so far re our halves. Lachlan Lam has been fine for the Bears and has a similarity to Keary. Out of all the options we have had so far I rate him above Brock Lam and Drew Hutchinson.

                    I'm always suspicious of a half that's not on the ball at all times. Meaning the ones slow to dummy half. Jayden Nikorima was a classic here, ambling into position etc. They are either not full fit and coasting their energy levels or not 100% committed.

                    Good halves are 'busy' and always on the lookout. They act rather than being forced to react. I feel the faults I have stated belong to Brock Lam too often and that was obvious from the Manly trial onward. What I saw of Drew Hutchison for Leigh Centurions, he also drifted in and out way too much. I hope they prove me wrong for our sake.

                    Kyle Flanagan has been an achiever at a young age and seems to have genuine ambition. He has handled first grade, without standing out. But he keeps busy and is a genuine half. So for mine, the half five eighth combination of Kyle Flanagan and Lachlan Lam is promising. We'll have half a season to find out Ė that's if the deal is on.
                    Last edited by Louis N; 06-10-2019, 07:05 PM.

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                    • #25
                      I think we are still in the race for walker. He is a player in the making & by the time he is ready other things will of played out. I think Flanagan will thrive under Robbo & be a great signing for us. He is a wonderful goal kicker as well. Had a great game for the sharks tonight

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Louis N View Post
                        From what I have seen so far re our halves. Lachlan Lam has been fine for the Bears and has a similarity to Keary. Out of all the options we have had so far I rate him above Brock Lam and Drew Hutchinson.

                        I'm always suspicious of a half that's not on the ball at all times. Meaning the ones slow to dummy half. Jayden Nikorima was a classic here, ambling into position etc. They are either not full fit and coasting their energy levels or not 100% committed.

                        Good halves are 'busy' and always on the lookout. They act rather than being forced to react. I feel the faults I have stated belong to Brock Lam too often and that was obvious from the Manly trial onward. What I saw of Drew Hutchison the the Super League he also drifted in and out way too much. I hope they prove me wrong for our sake.

                        Kyle Flanagan has been an achiever at a young age and seems to have genuine ambition. He has handled first grade, without standing out. But he keeps busy and is a genuine half. So for mine, the half five eighth combination of Kyle Flanagan and Lachlan Lam is promising. We'll have half a season to find out Ė that's if the deal is on.
                        Lamb is terrible I doubt he will ever be back in 1st grade.

                        Lam plays exactly as he did in the juniors selfish and always looking for the hero play.
                        Drew Hutchison is a team player and will do a good job until Keary is back.

                        Kyle Flanagan is a great pick up and will make a perfect replacement for Cronk next year.

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                        • #27
                          Is he that much better than what Lam could be?
                          He is a goal kicker too.

                          I really donít want his filthy father anywhere near our club.
                          Last edited by Thirteen; 06-09-2019, 08:50 AM.

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                          • #28
                            Is Lam still injured or not?

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                            • #29
                              This gets me excited. From what I have seen so far he is definitely a team player. Always looking for opportunities to get the advantage. Even if thatís kicking early etc. he is super confident. Even in repeat sets he has looked good.
                              Lamb will never play for the roosters again.
                              And as for lachie Lam, he is a selfish player. Robbo doesnít even have the trust in him to play a full game. If Kyle comes I bet he will start 5/8 straight away.
                              But also this is where the coach should be trusted. Their is a reason why we would sign Kyle, itís because he is just that much better

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                              • #30
                                I haven't seen alot of Kyle to form a strong opinion. From what I have seen I think he is probably just ahead of Lam on ability, and miles ahead of Lamb and Drew.

                                I've heard mixed reviews from Sharks fans. Sometimes they love him other times they don't. Typical response from fans who are fickle.

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