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Ah yes the expert coaching staff and players that got knocked out of the finals in the first week AGAIN

Did Ruin Simms vote for Brailz?

I don't give a **** if he's a good trainer, he aint insipiring no body and winning games is what maters

hack fraud

Ramien and Mcinnes **** all over him this season
 

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Yep, I’m often not right. As is Fitz it would seem
Lol

Fitz is Thanos

Coach’s make no mistakes they are so good that they never ever get sacked mid season, 5 rounds in or post season or whatever
 

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Ah yes the expert coaching staff and players that got knocked out of the finals in the first week AGAIN

Did Ruin Simms vote for Brailz?

I don't give a **** if he's a good trainer, he aint insipiring no body and winning games is what maters

hack fraud

Ramien and Mcinnes **** all over him this season
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Ah yes the expert coaching staff and players that got knocked out of the finals in the first week AGAIN

Did Ruin Simms vote for Brailz?

I don't give a **** if he's a good trainer, he aint insipiring no body and winning games is what maters

hack fraud

Ramien and Mcinnes **** all over him this season
Ah yes expert anonymous forum member knows better 😜
 

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Ramien started a bit slow for me
Was going great in the end
It's interesting you would say that.

Extremely small sample size alert!!!

Based on having modelled round 1 and the finals game I would speculate that Ramien was heavily involved in yardage carries early in the year, but probably got more quality/early ball from the halves in attacking situations later in the year. That might create the preception that he played better later on.
 

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Lol

Fitz is Thanos

Coach’s make no mistakes they are so good that they never ever get sacked mid season, 5 rounds in or post season or whatever
Brad Fittler is the only coach that can’t be questioned, that guy is a genius
 
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Ah yes the expert coaching staff and players that got knocked out of the finals in the first week AGAIN

Did Ruin Simms vote for Brailz?

I don't give a **** if he's a good trainer, he aint insipiring no body and winning games is what maters

hack fraud

Ramien and Mcinnes **** all over him this season
Who knew that 11/17 coaches and teams knew nothing about football.

Ramien had a good 8 weeks to finish the season. Before that he was meh.

I'd have had Cam behind Nikora and Williams too.
 

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Who knew that 11/17 coaches and teams knew nothing about football.

Ramien had a good 8 weeks to finish the season. Before that he was meh.

I'd have had Cam behind Nikora and Williams too.
I feel like Ramien’s not only just had a good end to the year, but added to his game. He was criticised for his lack of evolvement in games or being lazy, but I don’t think that’s him anymore.

His poor start to the year could have been down to the weight loss and adjusting to that, I don’t know, but Ramien is a completely different player compared to this time last year. I’d have him in that 3-5 spot for our most impressive players this year.
 

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Ah yes the expert coaching staff and players that got knocked out of the finals in the first week AGAIN

Did Ruin Simms vote for Brailz?

I don't give a **** if he's a good trainer, he aint insipiring no body and winning games is what maters

hack fraud

Ramien and Mcinnes **** all over him this season
Got knocked out second week last year pal.
 

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Got knocked out second week last year pal.

who cares lad, so we got a second chance. We still lost both games

knocked out first week twice under JMO too and we all remember what a **** show that era of time was for our club so at least we had some excuses

this team doesn't handle the pressure and can't close out games against decent opposition.
 

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who cares lad, so we got a second chance. We still lost both games

knocked out first week twice under JMO too and we all remember what a **** show that era of time was for our club so at least we had some excuses

this team doesn't handle the pressure and can't close out games against decent opposition.
That’s what happens when you continually make over 10 errors a game and miss 50 tackles
 

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Brailey's fancy stats for 2023.

Scale is the same as the middles, but I set the benchmark at 2/3 of what is good for a running forward. In general his his involvemetn is a little under the second rowers - which is what you'd expect.

Despite the myth perpetuated by parts of the fanbase, Blayke runs the ball fairly often, and has a lot of positive involvements in attack. A fair chunk of his runs come in the middle part of the field though, so in games where the Sharks spend a lot of time either coming out of their own end or attacking the other team's try line he doesn't run as much.

Also interestingly... the fan base seemed to also have the idea that he started running more later in the season, but 7 of his first 10 games were above his average.

His heaviest involvement was round 26 vs The Knights. The finals game was his lowest.

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