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    Quote Originally Posted by karnage View Post
    I think Michaels went a long way toward dispelling the 'turnstile defense' reputation that came with him from the Broncos.

    The Broncos were in a massive funk when he got that rap and Henjak, a first season coach, was pretty happy to let him be the scapegoat. I will be judjing him on what he does in Blue and Gold, not what he did in maroon.

    Although we didn't get to see it Friday, he does have a lot of toe, so hopefully we can see him in some space on Sunday in Aukland.
    Gets my vote too. He has more than just bust and off-load which is what we had sunk to until last Friday. I long for those deep backlines, express play-the-balls and passing skills. I love Taga but he's a bench man and I'd be adding Mini there as well with Bird in the back row. We looked dangerous with the ball for the first time in ages and will only improve with combination.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patskE View Post
    thing with bird, he aint the fastest man on the park.
    yes taga and bodene are 2nd rower's, but they still are fast and agile
    What makes you say they are faster and more agile than Bird?
    Are they so much faster it makes a difference?
    Last edited by Ryan; 26-07-10 at 04:25 AM.
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    Should be an interesting team tomorrow or Carty will just name the same.
    Im hoping something like this.
    assuming Zillman, Bird & Harrison are out.

    1 P.Campbell
    2 K.Gordon
    3 S.Michaels/E.Tonga
    4 C.Toopi
    5 E.Tonga/S.Michaels
    6 M.Rogers
    7 S.Prince
    8 L.Bailey
    9 N.Friend
    10 M.Henderson
    11 A.Laffranchi
    12 M.Minichello
    13 B.Thompson

    14 M.White
    15 R.James/B.Ridge/S.Tagataese
    16 B.Meyers
    17 S.Walker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Surfers6 View Post
    Should be an interesting team tomorrow or Carty will just name the same.
    Im hoping something like this.
    assuming Zillman, Bird & Harrison are out.
    "No charges were laid by the NRL's match review committee out of the weekend's round 20 matches" - article from Foxsports.com.au

    Is that what you were worried about?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Surfers6 View Post
    assuming Zillman, Bird & Harrison are out.
    Is Zillman injured?
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    David Mead wants to play fullback. David Mead plays well at fullback. The Titans actually look more dangerous than the common household doorstop when David Mead plays at fullback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamwelg View Post
    Is Zillman injured?
    Nah.......he looked like he might have been in a bit of strife with a tackle he did on (insert name here).....but it seems he got away with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan View Post
    "No charges were laid by the NRL's match review committee out of the weekend's round 20 matches" - article from Foxsports.com.au

    Is that what you were worried about?
    That's awesome.

    yes very worried about that, Zillman has been great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Surfers6 View Post
    Should be an interesting team tomorrow or Carty will just name the same.
    Im hoping something like this.
    assuming Zillman, Bird & Harrison are out.

    1 P.Campbell
    2 K.Gordon
    3 S.Michaels/E.Tonga
    4 C.Toopi
    5 E.Tonga/S.Michaels
    6 M.Rogers
    7 S.Prince
    8 L.Bailey
    9 N.Friend
    10 M.Henderson
    11 A.Laffranchi
    12 M.Minichello
    13 B.Thompson

    14 M.White
    15 R.James/B.Ridge/S.Tagataese
    16 B.Meyers
    17 S.Walker
    Zillman for Tonga then.

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    Wow great news that Zillman got off! Dragons fans will be
    spewing! Good news to have him on deck, I thought he went well for us last week.
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    Yay great news for Zilly!!! He's been doing a great job out there on the wing.

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    This match will be the likely return of Kiwi international Clinton Toopi to New Zealand. And Im sure he will have a great game to celebrate.
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    Greg Bird, Ashley Harrison set for shock returns

    GOLD Coast's finals charge has received a massive boost with big guns Greg Bird and Ashley Harrison eyeing a shock comeback for Sunday's match against the Warriors.

    Originally anticipated to miss three or four weeks with a hamstring tear, Bird could be rushed into the side for the daunting trip to Auckland as the Titans try to keep their playoffs campaign alive.

    And the news gets better for the Titans, with Maroons Origin lock Harrison saying he is confident of facing the Warriors after missing last week's defeat of the Dragons with bone bruising to the left knee.

    Bird was expected to miss at least another fortnight after he was injured playing against Brisbane last Friday week, but has put in some encouraging efforts at training.

    The addition of Bird and Harrison would be a huge fillip for the Titans, who are locked with the Warriors on 24 competition points.

    "Greg is a big chance," said Titans' strength and conditioning coach Chris McLellan. "I expect Birdy and Ash to be named. Both of those guys have came along nicely. We'll be giving them every opportunity to play.

    "It looked like Greg had lost a leg when he came off against the Broncos. It looked pretty serious, but he was never going to be out for six or eight weeks."

    Harrison, who also was injured in the loss to Brisbane, is desperate to take his place against the Warriors.

    "It [knee] feels pretty good," he said yesterday.

    The Titans will monitor fullback Preston Campbell, who suffered a knock to his collarbone-sternum region against the Dragons.

    Campbell is determined to play through the pain barrier and McLellan is confident the hard-as-nails livewire won't be sidelined.

    Campbell was narrowly beaten by prop Luke Bailey for the players' player award.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIEHARD View Post
    Greg Bird, Ashley Harrison set for shock returns

    GOLD Coast's finals charge has received a massive boost with big guns Greg Bird and Ashley Harrison eyeing a shock comeback for Sunday's match against the Warriors.

    Originally anticipated to miss three or four weeks with a hamstring tear, Bird could be rushed into the side for the daunting trip to Auckland as the Titans try to keep their playoffs campaign alive.

    And the news gets better for the Titans, with Maroons Origin lock Harrison saying he is confident of facing the Warriors after missing last week's defeat of the Dragons with bone bruising to the left knee.

    Bird was expected to miss at least another fortnight after he was injured playing against Brisbane last Friday week, but has put in some encouraging efforts at training.

    The addition of Bird and Harrison would be a huge fillip for the Titans, who are locked with the Warriors on 24 competition points.

    "Greg is a big chance," said Titans' strength and conditioning coach Chris McLellan. "I expect Birdy and Ash to be named. Both of those guys have came along nicely. We'll be giving them every opportunity to play.

    "It looked like Greg had lost a leg when he came off against the Broncos. It looked pretty serious, but he was never going to be out for six or eight weeks."

    Harrison, who also was injured in the loss to Brisbane, is desperate to take his place against the Warriors.

    "It [knee] feels pretty good," he said yesterday.

    The Titans will monitor fullback Preston Campbell, who suffered a knock to his collarbone-sternum region against the Dragons.

    Campbell is determined to play through the pain barrier and McLellan is confident the hard-as-nails livewire won't be sidelined.

    Campbell was narrowly beaten by prop Luke Bailey for the players' player award.

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    That is awesome news. I wonder who will play where.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamwelg View Post
    That is awesome news. I wonder who will play where.
    Yea, I cant wait for the team to be named tomorrow arvo.
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    Greg Bird, Ashley Harrison set for shock returns
    http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/spo...-1225897227513

    GOLD Coast's finals charge has received a massive boost with big guns Greg Bird and Ashley Harrison eyeing a shock comeback for Sunday's match against the Warriors.

    Originally anticipated to miss three or four weeks with a hamstring tear, Bird could be rushed into the side for the daunting trip to Auckland as the Titans try to keep their playoffs campaign alive.

    And the news gets better for the Titans, with Maroons Origin lock Harrison saying he is confident of facing the Warriors after missing last week's defeat of the Dragons with bone bruising to the left knee.

    Bird was expected to miss at least another fortnight after he was injured playing against Brisbane last Friday week, but has put in some encouraging efforts at training.

    The addition of Bird and Harrison would be a huge fillip for the Titans, who are locked with the Warriors on 24 competition points.

    "Greg is a big chance," said Titans' strength and conditioning coach Chris McLellan. "I expect Birdy and Ash to be named. Both of those guys have came along nicely. We'll be giving them every opportunity to play.

    "It looked like Greg had lost a leg when he came off against the Broncos. It looked pretty serious, but he was never going to be out for six or eight weeks."

    Harrison, who also was injured in the loss to Brisbane, is desperate to take his place against the Warriors.

    "It [knee] feels pretty good," he said yesterday.

    The Titans will monitor fullback Preston Campbell, who suffered a knock to his collarbone-sternum region against the Dragons.

    Campbell is determined to play through the pain barrier and McLellan is confident the hard-as-nails livewire won't be sidelined.

    Campbell was narrowly beaten by prop Luke Bailey for the players' player award.


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