Who ends their career with most titles? Ronnie or Higgins?
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Ronnie79 wrote:Are you on about career titles or ranking titles ?. If it's career titles Ronnie is 11 ahead is it even a debate?.
Andre147 wrote:Ronnie79 wrote:Are you on about career titles or ranking titles ?. If it's career titles Ronnie is 11 ahead is it even a debate?.
SnookerFan wrote:"It won't be me." Anthony McGill.
Alex0paul wrote:SnookerFan wrote:"It won't be me." Anthony McGill.
McGill will win the shootout 36 more times and be heralded as the greatest
TheSaviour wrote:The only thing required from John is to keep it steady. Then I would say he´s the man. And he has been able to do that; to keep it steady. So he is fitting the bill. Go on John. And forget us.
So Ronnie has once again succumbed to his old poor ways. Not any suprising, however. He´s a bit of Jack the lad, he´s not a bad or a poor lad at all; he can keep up and keep on going with the others. But I can´t see him to be that much of a creative or better than the rest. So he won´t be making any insane records.
A bit of a an upstairs, downstairs people around here.. Can see. Someone just should mention to lots of people that psssssssssssttttttttt, it´s not actually quite right that you know.. But I can´t say anything like that because they just wouldn´t believe me. I don´t quite know if they would believe if someone else would mention something.
I just thought I need to take an advantage. And to apologise my poor behaviour earlier on. Just don´t allow just a one person to decide or to dictate how it is. Or you can. But then an every day is a completely new one once again. And then you are definetely putting too much pressure. Then THEY have absolutely no other option than to succumb to their old poor ways. Just don´t mimic that much.
No break-building anymore. Just an every day is a new one. Glad that the security issues are now sorted. No any warnings anymore!
The_Abbott wrote:It depends if Ronnie bothers to turn up or not. He will surpass Hendry whilst Higgins will decline very soon now.
SnookerFan wrote:The_Abbott wrote:It depends if Ronnie bothers to turn up or not. He will surpass Hendry whilst Higgins will decline very soon now.
We are in unchartered territory at this point. Higgins and Ronnie are simply better players than the new batch. Aside from the odd lapse in concentration, if they play their A game they win. Simple as that.
Ronnie was talking about this in an interview last week, that they (him and Higgins) could do another 5 or 6 years in the top 16
Dan-cat wrote:You look at Ronnie's career, he's always had fallow periods. Who's to say he's not on the brink of another glorious period.
Also, on another note, I wish your decline jokes would... decline.
Dan-cat wrote:You have more faith in Ronnie than any fan!
Come on then.