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His offload traveled 1 third of the field and it was successful

That what a forward gotta do when he doesn't have support pushing up behind him
 

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Can't remember if I mentioned this in another thread. In the Tigers game Oregon was only on the field for one try against - the last one. Definitely can't blame him for the rot in the middle 40 or on that try,
 

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Can't remember if I mentioned this in another thread. In the Tigers game Oregon was only on the field for one try against - the last one. Definitely can't blame him for the rot in the middle 40 or on that try,
I thought he was really good, been very impressed with his hair form this year.

Gave him a vote in the 3-2-1 thread.
 

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He’s started the year very well.

First to admit I was all for letting him leave prior to a ball being kicked this season. He’s proving me and a lot of others wrong with his performances so far. Well done to him
 

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I've said it before but once pre-season starts our players should be forbidden from messing around with their hair.

It's a bad omen for injury or poor form.

Oregon with long hair flicking around and getting in his eyes, too bad
Chose a style in February and you gotta stick with it until October. Cutting, colouring and head bands forbidden

Thought we lost another trooper early in that game when he went down which would have left us with no Ham at all 😣
 

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I've said it before but once pre-season starts our players should be forbidden from messing around with their hair.

It's a bad omen for injury or poor form.

Oregon with long hair flicking around and getting in his eyes, too bad
Chose a style in February and you gotta stick with it until October. Cutting, colouring and head bands forbidden

Thought we lost another trooper early in that game when he went down which would have left us with no Ham at all 😣
What about this mate?

Since 1976, the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball (MLB) have maintained a strict appearance policy, specifying that players' hair must not touch their collars and that they may have mustaches but no other facial hair. The policy came from then-franchise owner George Steinbrenner, who believed that regulating his players' appearance would instill a sense of discipline. Steinbrenner began noting which players he believed needed haircuts when he took over the Yankees in 1973, but the policy was not codified until three years later. Steinbrenner's policy remains in place after his death, and has led to a number of dramatic appearance changes for players who come to the Yankees from other teams, such as Oscar Gamble, as well as pushback from players who prefer long hair and beards. In 1991, Don Mattingly was taken out of the Yankees' lineup for a day when he refused to cut his hair.

 
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I've said it before but once pre-season starts our players should be forbidden from messing around with their hair.

It's a bad omen for injury or poor form.

Oregon with long hair flicking around and getting in his eyes, too bad
Chose a style in February and you gotta stick with it until October. Cutting, colouring and head bands forbidden

Thought we lost another trooper early in that game when he went down which would have left us with no Ham at all 😣
Call it “The Samson rule”.
😉
 
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