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Fans unhappy despite narrow win.
Sep. 18, 2017
Hull KR (0) 19
T : Will Oakes , Ben Cockayne, George Lawler
G : Zach Dockar-Clay 2, Chris Atkin
DG : Chris Atkin
Catalans Dragons (8) 20
T : Richie Myler, Iain Thornley, Brayden Wiliame
G : Luke Walsh 4
The Dragons kept their hopes of avoiding the Million Pound Game alive with a squeaky single point win over Hull KR.
Two late tries put the Dragons ahead but KR still had kicks to win it.
Forum regular Catalanglais reported back to us...
We have got to be "the luckiest team alive".We were playing the second team OF A CHAMPIONSHIP SIDE and we should have lost. Marks out of 10- Tierney 5 Duport 3 Inu 0 Williame 6 Thornley 4 Walsh 5 Myler 3 Bousquet 9 Aiton 4 Moa 4 Anderson 3 Horo 4 Garcia 3 plus Navarette 1 Albert 6-though only on briefly- Baitieri 3 Margalet 4.We can do very little right. Has Inu passed to Duport even once all season ?If we go down no reasonable person could deny that we deserve it .We have got to bring Yaha in for Duport next week. But we shall lose unless we produce a miracle.The utter ineptitude tonight is without doubt the worst I have seen from the team ever.Thank you Bernard for being there .
JonB95 added to the angst by saying that...
Right now this team is making the 2006 and 2010 sides look like the Kangaroos... Myler's heart and mind is already in Leeds, Inu plays like he doesn't care, same with Walsh although he somehow rescued us at the end, the pack are all out of form, we play like we haven't even been coached... depressing times whether we stay up or not quite frankly
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