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Re: Tom Carr released
Post Tue Nov 14, 2017 3:09 pm
Posted by bonaire on Tue Nov 14, 2017 3:09 pm
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Keith Lard's Dog wrote:
A big mistake getting rid of Mark Castle in my opinion ,especially after losing Feka.

This will hurt us next year , our two best go forward players, never afraid to roll their sleeves up and do the hard yards,
released to facilitate another Hull second string player and a prop who is moving jobs and doesn't want the hassle of driving miles to train.

Hull are using Doncaster to further their own ends and CH is happy to let it continue as it makes his job easier.

Liam Harris was very highly thought of at HKR and comes with high expectations.

He has signed for two years with a fee paid to HRK for his development over the years.
They offered him a new deal, which he turned down.
We are by all accounts paying him a large wedge while he trains full time with RH at Hull fc ............ what are the odds that after two years if he reaches his potential ,he will be away from us and turning out as a Hull fc player when his contract with us expires.

I have a feeling this is a good way for Hull to assess a new potential signing while the Dons cough up the cash.




Working closely with Hull Fc and using their better young players when necessary is the only way you will get out of Championship one.
You may not like it but you have to be realistic.
If Hull Fc get some benefit from the relationship with Doncaster then so be it.
Your club should also be marketing this close relationship and offering the £60 season pass to Hull fans who because you normally play Sundays would come over and watch the Hull Fc D/R and loaned players.Throw in a free pie and im sure you would get 200 or so.
Re: Tom Carr released
Post Tue Nov 14, 2017 5:30 pm
Posted by Moonshine on Tue Nov 14, 2017 5:30 pm
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bonaire wrote:
Working closely with Hull Fc and using their better young players when necessary is the only way you will get out of Championship one.
You may not like it but you have to be realistic.
If Hull Fc get some benefit from the relationship with Doncaster then so be it.
Your club should also be marketing this close relationship and offering the £60 season pass to Hull fans who because you normally play Sundays would come over and watch the Hull Fc D/R and loaned players.Throw in a free pie and im sure you would get 200 or so.


I do agree with this, all of it. I wondered how many Hull fans would be willing to travel on a Sunday to the KM knowing that Sunday games for the black and whites are quite rare. Over to the Management team to make the push. Free pie seems to be a winner.
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