2019 Broncos Line-up

Discussion in 'Brisbane Broncos Talk' started by Fitzy, Sep 11, 2018.

    But neither of the things you quoted had any mention of TPJ.. Hence the confusion.
     
  1. GKDonkey

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    I really **** like that training jersey, plus Jack Bird looks in good shape
     
  2. Sanjit Joseph

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    What was the point of Tristan Sailor being I the 9 news video. Was he a bronco junior or Was he close to signing with is. Or is he is a chance of coming to us some time down the track
     
  3. Wild Horse

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    Yeah, I like that one too. It's better than the one they are going to be playing in.
     
  4. Old Mate

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    Yeah they’ve fucked the jersey, they had a good thing, why screw it up?
     
  5. Foordy

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    whats wrong with it
     
  6. Morkel

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    I think he meant along the lines of, who's this TPJ guy who everyone is caught up about, because he's got nothing on Haaaas.
     
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  7. Morkel

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    Herbie got wheels.
     
  8. Old Mate

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    Last years was nicer.
     
  9. Seibs

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    What do we know about Herbie Farnsworth. Good prospect?
     
  10. Jedhead

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    He came first in the Broncos most recent time trials. That's the extent of my knowledge of him.
     
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  11. Wild Horse

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    The 2015 - 2017 jersey went back to a traditional 1990's Broncos style. The 2017 jersey was a further improvment. Now we are going back to that cheesy look.

    It's just a matter of opinion i suppose. I wouldn't buy it.. If we won a premiership in it though I'd probably change my mind as I do like the 2006 white jersey.

    I think most Broncos supporters are attached to the 1990's look as it was our glory years.
     
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  12. 1910

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    Tough, he broke his hand twice this year, first ISC game and stayed on the whole game and his second game back broke it again scoring so he only ended up with nine games in his first ISC year centre one game and wing the rest on the right. Norths debuted a lot of guys this year and he was part of young dynamic team that I think will see success soon.

    He was very good in defence for the Devils in a side that can leak points. Of his nine games six he didn’t miss a tackle. He showed he can score with 22 points against the Capras. Two tries stand out 60m against Capras and against Easts off a Murphy kick he was brilliant and broke his hand grabbing the ball that no one else got near.
     
  13. Socnorb

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    so weak hands then.
     
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  14. Jedhead

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    Made me chuckle for a good few minutes.
     
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  15. Yup, I'm excited to see him get a shot. Looks electric and is apparently a good fullback so would like to see him get a run there in ISC.

    I like that we have a lot of young and very good goal kickers. Isaako, Staggs, Farnworth, Kahu.
     
  16. Lockysillegitimatechild

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    Broncos games are on fox league at the moment...

    Last 2 were from 2017.

    A few things I have noticed. It wasnt a myth, hunt was a terrible decision maker in pressure situations. We beat canberra by one point thanks to a kahu drop goal only after milford obviously took over the team (took all the kicks and yelling instructions) after hunt derped it up by gifting a 7 tackle set when he had a chance for a drop goal with loads of time. Great player but he is EXACTLY what we didnt need at halfback and is tailor made to not play rep football. He would make a great dummy half though.

    The other thing is gillett. Wow, I forgot how important he is defensively for us. Bug hits, stops plays, big moments, always makes the right decision. Sua and fifita did great jobs there for us & may be great in attack but they have a good 5 years till they get to his level defensively, if ever. If gillett comes back well, he will make a huge difference to us!
     
  17. **** yeah!!! Piss off Moths and Mozzies!!!
     
  18. Thelmus

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    Gillet at his best is pretty well peerless, but he has either played in understrength teams, doing 50 plus tackles and expected to lead our forwards in hit ups to boot, or when finally getting to play in a top quality pack, has been let down by the team's spine or played injured.
    I hope for his sake he gets at least a couple of years at peak fitness with the pack we have.
    I still believe he can go to another level if he does. When he plays in quality origin teams, he seems to have so much more freedom to use his offensive creativity in attack (all-be-it with errors, but they can be ironed out).
    The big question will be how he handles contact in the trials. I think watching one heartbreaking return from injury is more than enough for one life-time. ​
     
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  19. Ghibli

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    I think I would like to see this as our full strength team for 2019:

    1. Boyd
    2. Oates
    3. Roberts
    4. Staggs
    5. Isaako
    6. Bird
    7. Milford
    8. Lodge
    9. McCullough
    10. Ofahengaue
    11. Sua
    12. Gillett
    13. McGuire
    14. Nikorima
    15. Haas
    16. Pangai Jnr
    17. Fafita
     

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