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Not concerned about this. Tommo was good last week and probably unlucky to be dropped.

Happy for May to take all the time he needs to be 100%

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4 hours ago, Josh said:

Thanks very much for you help mate. Only tickets we could get are top their but above you guys at least, gate 8.

 

By red time in the last they'll all have left so I can bring kids down the bottom 😂

Given you’re at the game, I’ve got the pork belly on for you. 

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25 minutes ago, mo64 said:

You really think that the Lions coaching dept will be in a mad panic when they see Tomlinson run out instead of May?

Every coach will tell you that late changes have zero impact on the opposition's game plan.

Every coach would plan for and around May. Him not playing will change their plans. 

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5 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

 

They were never going to risk him. I thought it was laughable that they’ll let our third most important player, aged 30, only have a week off with a calf strain. 
If we win tonight I also don’t think they’ll risk him next week. It’s a very very long season. 

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1 minute ago, Jaded No More said:

They were never going to risk him. I thought it was laughable that they’ll let our third most important player, aged 30, only have a week off with a calf strain. 
If we win tonight I also don’t think they’ll risk him next week. It’s a very very long season. 

Don’t agree. 

He will play when he is ready, whether we win this week or not, whether we’re flying or struggling. 

For one, next week he can hold Buddy goalless for a third straight match. 

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1 minute ago, dees189227 said:

I wonder if they looked back on that final to see what Brisbane did and what we did wrong.

Also wonder if they had a look to see what port did right to thrash them last week 

Goody spoke of that during the week.

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8 minutes ago, titan_uranus said:

Don’t agree. 

He will play when he is ready, whether we win this week or not, whether we’re flying or struggling. 

For one, next week he can hold Buddy goalless for a third straight match. 

I mean of course they won’t risk him if he isn’t right. But I think if we win and he is right to go they might still choose to give him one more week just to be extra extra cautious. 

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10 minutes ago, Jaded No More said:

I mean of course they won’t risk him if he isn’t right. But I think if we win and he is right to go they might still choose to give him one more week just to be extra extra cautious. 

When May is ready to go, he will play.

Next week Lance is going to play..

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