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Lock or Winger?

Post by Mr Kearns on Sat Sep 08, 2012 9:54 am

I have just promoted a potentially excellent winger but in order to train him I will have to stop training my lock. I'm an average team in DivIV and my wingers don't tend to score very often and my lineouts are already one of my stronger parts of my game.

What do people think about which to train up? Or maybe switch on an 8 weekly basis?

Hubert Bardolph
17 y/o (R7, D2) | 26,214 CSR | $6,129 p.w. | 182cm | 92kg | England
Right handed, right footed, in satisfactory form Stable.
A collected player with collected discipline, admirable leadership, and non-existent experience.
Energy:
Energised
%
Stamina: Admirable Handling: Decent
Attack: Reputable Defense: Admirable
Technique: Horrible Strength: Moderate
Jumping: Horrible Speed: Admirable
Agility: Admirable Kicking: Decent

Steve Goodyear
18 y/o (R3, D5) | 30,205 CSR | $6,108 p.w. | 199cm | 124kg | England
Left handed, left footed, in satisfactory form Increasing.
An aggressive player with controlled discipline, average leadership, and despicable experience.
Energy:
Weary
%
Stamina: Decent Handling: Reputable
Attack: Reputable Defense: Admirable
Technique: Decent Strength: Impressive
Jumping: Admirable Speed: Average
Agility: Limited Kicking: Despicable
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Re: Lock or Winger?

Post by Wingnut on Sat Sep 08, 2012 9:59 am

just train bardolph to be a machine mate ... if your lineout is solid create a dangerous back instead
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Re: Lock or Winger?

Post by quind on Sat Sep 08, 2012 11:10 am

Train Bardolph, much better prospect. If you had a kicking trainer he could easily become a 10 which would add more value than wing.

Perhaps tricky to make him a beast of a centre with strength and technique where they are, but 15 would be an option too and just live with that jumping.

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