Fri, 22 Jun 2012 2:28p.m.
Halfback Shaun Johnson feels he could have taken more responsibility for the loss against the Sharks.
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24/06/2012 5:50:52 p.m.
judy landon wrote:
Shaun needs to take control of the game. Commit the defence/opposition. Create space for centre wing full back. Like Benji you have the speed to neutralise a whole back line. You have the ability use it now. Clubs will then plan their game on what your doing which makes it easier for your coach to put his game plan in place. For you to maximise your talents your forwards still need to lay the foundation. Nothing changes. They need to improve their aroebic fitness. They are physically strong enough. They need to be more agressive at their play the ball. Do it much quicker and go straight up the middle. Penalties, points and options for Shaun will be the result. RL., is a a simple game. But practice makes perfect...
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