Official Nicho Hynes

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Who do we want to touch the ball more... Hynes, Moylan or Trindall?

I know which one I'm picking.
At the right time.. everyone one of them.

Hynes big moments/eyes up/kick
Moylan ball play/eyes up
Trindall ball play/kick/run

Hynes is doing too much of all of those, wasted energy
 

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the 1 or 6 is their opinion yeh? because he has said multiple times he came to us as he wanted to play 7 (like he did at Manly) and fitz wanted him as the 7
Kemp insisted Hynes came here to play 6 after I pointed out to him Hynes said on Kemp's own poddy he was always coming to play 7. Just said "trust me bro was always to be 6" - so either Kemp lies or Hynes does & Kemp accepts it then later outs him.

At least the **** had an opinion though. Beats the "yeah nah sick bro so tell us about winning, did it feel good?" Again, at least he had interesting guests to answer his **** questions. How he now puts out almost 10hrs per week on youtube of himself & a few other absolute nobodies jawing on about footy & people actually consume that ... fucking blows my mind.
 
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Could be just a ‘nobody touch him’ indicator
Back in the day your best player was visibly hungover or still drunk so everyone knew to lay off at training. These responsible professional little buggers need a bib cause they're right to go.
 

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Kemp insisted Hynes came here to play 6 after I pointed out to him Hynes said on Kemp's own poddy he was always coming to play 7. Just said "trust me bro was always to be 6" - so either Kemp lies or Hynes does & Kemp accepts it then later outs him.

At least the **** had an opinion though. Beats the "yeah nah sick bro so tell us about winning, did it feel good?" Again, at least he had interesting guests to answer his **** questions. How he now puts out almost 10hrs per week on youtube of himself & a few other absolute nobodies jawing on about footy & people actually consume that ... fucking blows my mind.
Then sells a **** tonne of beer off the back of it (and overpriced Fathers Day kits). The guy gets content markerting and is nailing it.

I like him, but recently he's sounded like he's keeping up less with what's going on in footy. There was a bit I heard on the drive to work today where he had a complete conversation about the Parra V Eels game and the field goal before half time... it wasn't until a several minutes in that he realised Penrith had kicked it :D
 

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i mean, there was literally an article where fitz said himself that he sat hynes down and said i want you to be our 7 but not a traditional 7
 

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i mean, there was literally an article where fitz said himself that he sat hynes down and said i want you to be our 7 but not a traditional 7
To be fair, that was a bit later in the piece. The early talk was all around how Hynes has the ability to become a top shelf 7, referring to the more traditional idea of what that is
 

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To be fair, that was a bit later in the piece. The early talk was all around how Hynes has the ability to become a top shelf 7, referring to the more traditional idea of what that is
Saying someone has the ability to be a top shelf 7 doesn't automatically imply they would be a traditional 7. I don't think Hughes is a traditional 7, but he is a top shelf 7
 

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Saying someone has the ability to be a top shelf 7 doesn't automatically imply they would be a traditional 7. I don't think Hughes is a traditional 7, but he is a top shelf 7
No... that's why I said "The early talk was all around how Hynes has the ability to become a top shelf 7, referring to the more traditional idea of what that is"

Hughes is mostly in the mold of a traditional 7, he's just developed a gun running game too. When you get that well rounded people need a ladder to reach you. It doesn't hurt that he's part of such a run-and-gun gameplan, but he still needs to be the guy who keeps his head amongst it all.

Nicho is different in that I think he's a 6 or 1 trying to develop traditional 7 traits, such as game management. With everything else he has in his kit bag he'll be one of the best if he can pull that off.

Hughes has a lot more experience and has had the time and support to develop to where he is. I honestly don't know where the ceiling is for either of them, but it's pretty high.
 

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No... that's why I said "The early talk was all around how Hynes has the ability to become a top shelf 7, referring to the more traditional idea of what that is"

Hughes is mostly in the mold of a traditional 7, he's just developed a gun running game too. When you get that well rounded people need a ladder to reach you. It doesn't hurt that he's part of such a run-and-gun gameplan, but he still needs to be the guy who keeps his head amongst it all.

Nicho is different in that I think he's a 6 or 1 trying to develop traditional 7 traits, such as game management. With everything else he has in his kit bag he'll be one of the best if he can pull that off.


Hughes has a lot more experience and has had the time and support to develop to where he is. I honestly don't know where the ceiling is for either of them, but it's pretty high.
Hasn’t Nicho played more halves than Hughes outside of NRL?
Wasn’t Hughes a fullback?
 

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Hasn’t Nicho played more halves than Hughes outside of NRL?
Possibly. Hughes debuted in firstgrade in (does a quick Wiki)... 2017, and started playing halfback at the end of 2019.
Wasn’t Hughes a fullback?
Played most of one NRL season as fullback by the looks of it.
Let's not even get into if a a player is a positional player before first grade!
 
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Hasn’t Nicho played more halves than Hughes outside of NRL?
Wasn’t Hughes a fullback?
I thought so too. I'd definitely describe Hughes as more of a running half than a traditional half also.
 
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