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PostPosted: July 15, 2017, 2:37 pm
Well done to the number 7 for his efforts yesterday. Great intercept - if he misses that he gets bagged for another 2 months. Better 40/20 - we were shot and if he doesnt do that we most probably lose. Great to see the team celebrate the way they did and hopefully the monkey is off their back.

To all his attackers, have a great weekend and enjoy the win!!! :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:
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RaidingZ wrote:#sezersavesseason #sezersilences"supporters" EDIT


Left out #goodgrief chief
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PostPosted: July 15, 2017, 4:36 pm
Sezer done good. Our biggest worry now is Jacky W.
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Id certainly entertain the idea of Cotric to FB for 2018 and Jack into the backrow. Wighton could be our version of a young Luke Lewis. Cotric could be anything!

Again, congrats on behalf of all the gone to ground baggers, haters, critics to Aiden Sezer! Why are the sooks not so vocal now?
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PostPosted: July 15, 2017, 5:23 pm
Well done, tried hard and never gave up.

That's all you can ask for of a player, hopefully he gets a lot of confidence out of this and plays well for the rest of the season.

As a fan of this club I really don't want to see another rebuild in the spine, I hope Sezer and the rest of the guys can work things out.
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RaidingZ wrote:#sezersavesseason #sezersilences"supporters" EDIT


No doubt you're classy, mature human being. And a Rhodes Scholar.
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RaidingZ wrote:#sezersavesseason #sezersilences"supporters" EDIT


No doubt you're classy, mature human being. And a Rhodes Scholar.



Good grief. There we go assuming things again. First you assumed my main man Aiden was useless, now your assuming traits in me. Both were and are wrong.

#getagrip #eggonface #cangivebutcanttake #emofan #sooksupporter #sezersizzles

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For what it's worth, I thought Sezer had about 82 mins of utter dross last night.

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RaidingZ wrote:#sezersavesseason #sezersilences"supporters" EDIT


No doubt you're classy, mature human being. And a Rhodes Scholar.



Lets not make this about me, this is about Aiden "intercept and 30/20 specialist" Sezer. Let him have his time in the sun please.
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RaidingZ wrote:Well done to the number 7 for his efforts yesterday. Great intercept - if he misses that he gets bagged for another 2 months. Better 40/20 - we were shot and if he doesnt do that we most probably lose. Great to see the team celebrate the way they did and hopefully the monkey is off their back.

To all his attackers, have a great weekend and enjoy the win!!! :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:


Sezer backed himself.. and it paid off.
There was confidence there
Unclear of the source, maybe he just figured that whatever he was doing before didn't get cut through, and it really was time to step up.

If he (or anyone) makes mistakes when taking risks, it's better to die having a go than just hoping the other side makes mistakes.

Hope Sezer's intensity kicks up a gear next week, that he keeps backing himself, and training the tricky stuff he used to be known for.

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PostPosted: July 15, 2017, 7:38 pm
T_R wrote:For what it's worth, I thought Sezer had about 82 mins of utter dross last night.

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Yep, rubbish for about 82 mins, this post is deliberately set out to bait a few in here, funny enough anyway :D
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PostPosted: July 15, 2017, 9:46 pm
T_R wrote:For what it's worth, I thought Sezer had about 82 mins of utter dross last night.

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That's unfair. But only just
His first 5-10 was good, and after that straight trash until the intercept, then more trash until the 40/20
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PostPosted: July 16, 2017, 8:36 am
Wow a couple of decent moments and the critics have been silenced? No doubt Sezer won us the game, but one intercept try and 40/20 doenst make a summer. More than that, what id like to see from Sezer is more consistency in running the ball, setting up tries, forcing repeat sets etc. No doubt the 40/20 was class, but we need more from him more consistently if he wants to play here next season. Fridays performance gave me glimmer of hope but he is still well behind the eight ball.
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Yeah, I was so pleased with seeing Aidan make the two clutch plays to keep our season (although barely) afloat. I think the ridicule he has copped in this season when the whole team has played absolute rubbish has been completely unfair.

I know I'm in the absolute minority here, but I really believe for the majority of the season Sezer has been playing quite well and looked quite sharp and it's only been the last few weeks where he's looked a bit frustrated, tried a bit too hard and made too many mistakes, probably in response to all of the criticism he's been copping.

I really hope this game will be the catalyst for him regaining his confidence, because I really rate Sezer as a player and would love to see an in-form pairing of he and Austin go on to be our long term halves.
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PostPosted: July 16, 2017, 2:05 pm
Great kick. Good intercept.

That's it. That's all he did.

That's all he has done in two years.

So congratulations - but no thank you.

Back it up. Or leave.
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The Nickman wrote:Yeah, I was so pleased with seeing Aidan make the two clutch plays to keep our season (although barely) afloat. I think the ridicule he has copped in this season when the whole team has played absolute rubbish has been completely unfair.

I know I'm in the absolute minority here, but I really believe for the majority of the season Sezer has been playing quite well and looked quite sharp and it's only been the last few weeks where he's looked a bit frustrated, tried a bit too hard and made too many mistakes, probably in response to all of the criticism he's been copping.

I really hope this game will be the catalyst for him regaining his confidence, because I really rate Sezer as a player and would love to see an in-form pairing of he and Austin go on to be our long term halves.


I really rated him too. At the Titans, despite what afgnkt says, he played some very good games and strung good performances together. He just hasn't done it here and tbh I am over waiting. Think we need to go for Maloney. If the rumours are true that Cooper is going to the shire and Maloney may go to the Knights than we should throw some coin at him.
My preference would be that the players we have start performing and we strengthen our depth but seems unlikely.
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PostPosted: July 16, 2017, 2:46 pm
As per the thread heading, congrats to Sezer. Been struggling this season (along with most) but made a couple of massive plays to deliver the win. Regardless of your opinion on him as a player he stills deserves kudos for effectively delivering an overdue win for the Raiders.

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rusty83 wrote:Wow a couple of decent moments and the critics have been silenced? No doubt Sezer won us the game, but one intercept try and 40/20 doenst make a summer. More than that, what id like to see from Sezer is more consistency in running the ball, setting up tries, forcing repeat sets etc. No doubt the 40/20 was class, but we need more from him more consistently if he wants to play here next season. Fridays performance gave me glimmer of hope but he is still well behind the eight ball.


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The Nickman wrote:Yeah, I was so pleased with seeing Aidan make the two clutch plays to keep our season (although barely) afloat. I think the ridicule he has copped in this season when the whole team has played absolute rubbish has been completely unfair.

I know I'm in the absolute minority here, but I really believe for the majority of the season Sezer has been playing quite well and looked quite sharp and it's only been the last few weeks where he's looked a bit frustrated, tried a bit too hard and made too many mistakes, probably in response to all of the criticism he's been copping.

I really hope this game will be the catalyst for him regaining his confidence, because I really rate Sezer as a player and would love to see an in-form pairing of he and Austin go on to be our long term halves.

Yep, I wasn't his biggest fan before he came here, but on the whole I reckon the bagging he has copped this season is well beyond what he deserves.

I was cheering so hard when he took that intercept. The mammoth 40/20 was the icing on the cake.

His kicking game hasn't been brilliant this year but he is a damn sight better than Austin. For the life of me I don't understand why Austin gets the ball so often on the last - Sezer should own that ****.

I hope this game was the catalyst for him to find some confidence and form. He's not nearly as bad as some here are making out.
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PostPosted: July 17, 2017, 9:20 am
Love4Noa wrote:Great kick. Good intercept.

That's it. That's all he did.

That's all he has done in two years.

So congratulations - but no thank you.

Back it up. Or leave.


I don't know.
He won us the game on debut with a broken eye socket.
He also had the ball on a string at Belmore when he returned from that injury.
That's about it. :P
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The Nickman wrote:Yeah, I was so pleased with seeing Aidan make the two clutch plays to keep our season (although barely) afloat. I think the ridicule he has copped in this season when the whole team has played absolute rubbish has been completely unfair.

I know I'm in the absolute minority here, but I really believe for the majority of the season Sezer has been playing quite well and looked quite sharp and it's only been the last few weeks where he's looked a bit frustrated, tried a bit too hard and made too many mistakes, probably in response to all of the criticism he's been copping.

I really hope this game will be the catalyst for him regaining his confidence, because I really rate Sezer as a player and would love to see an in-form pairing of he and Austin go on to be our long term halves.

Yep, I wasn't his biggest fan before he came here, but on the whole I reckon the bagging he has copped this season is well beyond what he deserves.

I was cheering so hard when he took that intercept. The mammoth 40/20 was the icing on the cake.

His kicking game hasn't been brilliant this year but he is a damn sight better than Austin. For the life of me I don't understand why Austin gets the ball so often on the last - Sezer should own that ****.

I hope this game was the catalyst for him to find some confidence and form. He's not nearly as bad as some here are making out.


People will say lie, damn lies and statistics, but he and Wighton have the been our greatest source of points this yr. They have more involvements in point scoring plays than anyone else (esp if you exclude the try scorer).
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He's been well below par but there is no question he's given this team more than his other halves partner has.

Which is more damning to Austin's form than it is praise to Sezer's

Both of those guys made big plays for us against the dragons, so let's hope they can use that very ordinary performance as a spring board to better things
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Pigman wrote:He's been well below par but there is no question he's given this team more than his other halves partner has.

Which is more damning to Austin's form than it is praise to Sezer's

Both of those guys made big plays for us against the dragons, so let's hope they can use that very ordinary performance as a spring board to better things


I think they have been equally inept. Sezer hammering it dead is up there with Wighton dropsies as the iconic image of this season so far. Hammering it dead 30m out on the 3rd tackle on the weekend was :roflmao
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If you're going to start pointing the finger for shocking plays during key points in the game, I'd take a Jacki Boi droppsies or a Sezer slightly overcooking a kick in goal to a Hodgo chip to no one from 20m out with scores level and Austin in position for a field goal effort right in front...

At least a drop or a slightly overhit kick are accidents, there was some thought process involved in Hodgo's effort... don't know what thoughts they were though...
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Dibbers wrote:If you're going to start pointing the finger for shocking plays during key points in the game, I'd take a Jacki Boi droppsies or a Sezer slightly overcooking a kick in goal to a Hodgo chip to no one from 20m out with scores level and Austin in position for a field goal effort right in front...

At least a drop or a slightly overhit kick are accidents, there was some thought process involved in Hodgo's effort... don't know what thoughts they were though...

What annoyed me about those two kicks which you mentioned is that they were both on 2nd and 3rd tackle in a period where we were trying to maintain pressure... we didn't need to gift them a 7-tackle set!

Apart from those moments, I was pretty happy with our obvious focus on completion rates against the Dragons. We completed at 87%, and although we looked rusty, we won the game off the back of it. If we continue to complete at that level moving forward, we will win more than we lose and quickly shake that rust.
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PostPosted: July 17, 2017, 4:13 pm
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Dibbers wrote:If you're going to start pointing the finger for shocking plays during key points in the game, I'd take a Jacki Boi droppsies or a Sezer slightly overcooking a kick in goal to a Hodgo chip to no one from 20m out with scores level and Austin in position for a field goal effort right in front...

At least a drop or a slightly overhit kick are accidents, there was some thought process involved in Hodgo's effort... don't know what thoughts they were though...

What annoyed me about those two kicks which you mentioned is that they were both on 2nd and 3rd tackle in a period where we were trying to maintain pressure... we didn't need to gift them a 7-tackle set!

Apart from those moments, I was pretty happy with our obvious focus on completion rates against the Dragons. We completed at 87%, and although we looked rusty, we won the game off the back of it. If we continue to complete at that level moving forward, we will win more than we lose and quickly shake that rust.


I think the 2nd and 3rd tackle kick option is something they are instructed to do TBH. I think its to try catch the opposition (and the fullback) out of position. I'm not a fan of such structured football and rather players play what they see, but it happens to often for it to be anything other than a deliberate tactic for mine.

Hodgo's effort I have no explanation for other than a brain fart... Crokes and Cotric had no idea it was coming either.
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Dibbers wrote:If you're going to start pointing the finger for shocking plays during key points in the game, I'd take a Jacki Boi droppsies or a Sezer slightly overcooking a kick in goal to a Hodgo chip to no one from 20m out with scores level and Austin in position for a field goal effort right in front...

At least a drop or a slightly overhit kick are accidents, there was some thought process involved in Hodgo's effort... don't know what thoughts they were though...


I saw that play very differently to you. I thought the Chase was the problem. If Tapine follows Paps like he is supposed to, the Dragons are probably tackled 2 metres off their line or even pushed back for a repeat set. At that particular point in the game I thought it was the right thing to do. I don't think we would have held out another 7 tackle set, if we missed another FG.
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Dibbers wrote:If you're going to start pointing the finger for shocking plays during key points in the game, I'd take a Jacki Boi droppsies or a Sezer slightly overcooking a kick in goal to a Hodgo chip to no one from 20m out with scores level and Austin in position for a field goal effort right in front...

At least a drop or a slightly overhit kick are accidents, there was some thought process involved in Hodgo's effort... don't know what thoughts they were though...


I saw that play very differently to you. I thought the Chase was the problem. If Tapine follows Paps like he is supposed to, the Dragons are probably tackled 2 metres off their line or even pushed back for a repeat set. At that particular point in the game I thought it was the right thing to do. I don't think we would have held out another 7 tackle set, if we missed another FG.


Fair call... But, we were in the best possible position for a field goal, the entire set had been worked to get into that position. So either Hodgo didn't signal to the outside backs that it was on, or they weren't paying attention...

My main point was that if that kick came from Sezer, he'd be strung up by his toes on the GH. I'm not saying Sezer hasn't been playing like EDIT for most of this season, merely that other players aren't called out on their mistakes nearly as often.
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PostPosted: July 17, 2017, 5:18 pm
It would be good if when someone put in a kick the rest of the team was expecting it. We seen to put in a lot of kicks that seem to catch the rest of the team by surprise.
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Dibbers wrote:
The Nickman wrote:
Dibbers wrote:If you're going to start pointing the finger for shocking plays during key points in the game, I'd take a Jacki Boi droppsies or a Sezer slightly overcooking a kick in goal to a Hodgo chip to no one from 20m out with scores level and Austin in position for a field goal effort right in front...

At least a drop or a slightly overhit kick are accidents, there was some thought process involved in Hodgo's effort... don't know what thoughts they were though...

What annoyed me about those two kicks which you mentioned is that they were both on 2nd and 3rd tackle in a period where we were trying to maintain pressure... we didn't need to gift them a 7-tackle set!

Apart from those moments, I was pretty happy with our obvious focus on completion rates against the Dragons. We completed at 87%, and although we looked rusty, we won the game off the back of it. If we continue to complete at that level moving forward, we will win more than we lose and quickly shake that rust.


I think the 2nd and 3rd tackle kick option is something they are instructed to do TBH. I think its to try catch the opposition (and the fullback) out of position. I'm not a fan of such structured football and rather players play what they see, but it happens to often for it to be anything other than a deliberate tactic for mine.

Hodgo's effort I have no explanation for other than a brain fart... Crokes and Cotric had no idea it was coming either.


I'm pretty sure you're right. I'm not a big fan of early kicking as a rule, but I can be convinced that it occasionally has merit.

The timing chosen on Friday night generally seemed to me to be atrocious. I felt like they came at times when all momentum was with St.George and the Raiders just needed to hold the ball for a while to save some energy and build possession. Combined with executing poorly, and the rest of the team not chasing made them very bad decisions in my eyes.
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