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Wests Tigers Podcast episode 0319

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The mid-week pod has landed with a look at the Panthers game, the Quiz, and a great round of Buy, Sell or Hold that brings up lots of interesting discussion. https://weststigerspodcast.com.au/wests-tigers-podcast-0319/

Wests Tigers Podcast - Talking everything Wests Tigers!


   
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good pod guys 


   
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This pod certainly covered a lot of territory. Review of STI game, preview of Panthers game, update on HBG and governance developments, ambush, Campbelltown experience, team/ player dissection, Jayden Sullivan under the microscope, not a pod without a Seyfarth debate. Oh yes buy swap sell and Yottis quiz!!!!

Great entertainment and information.

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I find it amazing that our wingers haven’t scored a point so far…. What’s the odds they don’t score again??

Watch out for the bergs


   
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Posted by: @loganr21

I find it amazing that our wingers haven’t scored a point so far…. What’s the odds they don’t score again??

it shows two things really:

1 we move the ball to the edges slowly and rarely

2 we don't create space for our outside men

 

 


   
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It’s very strange. You would think in a game that is relatively simple that the systems used to create overlaps would be relatively simple and trainable. 


   
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Posted by: @tigertownsfs

It’s very strange. You would think in a game that is relatively simple that the systems used to create overlaps would be relatively simple and trainable. 

100% mate. I've been saying this forever. These 4 on 3 or 3 on 2 drills should be practiced over and over until they are just done without thinking. We just don't seem to have the required attention to detail for alot of our game structures

 


   
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Posted by: @tigersteve

Posted by: @tigertownsfs

It’s very strange. You would think in a game that is relatively simple that the systems used to create overlaps would be relatively simple and trainable. 

100% mate. I've been saying this forever. These 4 on 3 or 3 on 2 drills should be practiced over and over until they are just done without thinking. We just don't seem to have the required attention to detail for alot of our game structures

That, plus a lot of our edge combinations have changed pretty regularly. 

Naden muffed a tricky catch and pass opportunity mid day through the first half today. Panthers got theirs right at the other end, and that's the difference in the score at half time. 

 


   
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