Luai is still young, but he certainly needs to lift his game as to not fall into this class of player like so many before him.
Last year he was certainly running in circles, this year (albeit two games only), he just seems to be making up the numbers. As many before him have shown, you can’t just live of your lower grade performances.
Summit 100%, remember his bouncing the ball before a drop out, only in one game to spill it forward and us cop the penalty. Had the skills no doubt, but the temperament wasn’t there.
Moylen like wise - in summary a touch footy player pretending to be an NRL standard.
Dare I mention Purtell’s name on this forum?
A controversial nomination would be Frank Pritchard - his good games were split with long gaps when he just appeared not to want to play. Never seemed to have initiative to put his hand up.
Jamal Idris - yes he had problems but what a disappointment given the reputation that preceded him. Trevor Gillmeister also falls into that category.
On Luke Walsh, I think he could have been great with better coaching. He just ended up a one trick pony. Still arguably he had the best short kicking game of any number seven we’ve had. Just a pity his passing game and game management wasn’t u to scratch.
Hindsight is always wonderful of course. I mean how do you think we would of fared with a Lewis and Burns halves combination lol