Arthur: "We still haven't nailed 80 minute performances"

Parramatta Eels coach Brad Arthur says his team isn't getting ahead of themselves thinking about finals, saying they still haven't nailed 80 minute performances consistently.

11.30am 9th August 2019

Video: https://www.parraeels.com.au/news/2019/08/09/arthur-we-still-havent-nailed-80-minute-performances

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  • No shit Sherlock - it's a wonder the fans haven't noticed this.

    I would say about two games all season where they MAY have performed for the full 80 minutes.

    • We will win the comp when we regularly nail 80 minute performances. 

    • Sorry Mushy, i reckon its a 100% zero......the real question is .....are we capable of a full 80 minutes??

      That's not a knock by the way, just an opportunity to come!

  • Sheesh, I’d be happy with 70.

    • Yes Grunts, we can all be mates and you will be the only one of the group who has not got dementia......its your general insanity that we have to address and we can probably make allowance for that......after all it is 1EE.

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