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Post Fri Jun 22, 2012 9:31 pm
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With all due respect, what young player would stand out in that side this season, how many games has he played, 2 or 3, weak .....not sure

Teams and coaches have obviously seen something, my guess is real pace, you cant coach pace, he is accepted as one of the fastest players in superleague and has been good in the 9s. I would imagine this is what has bought him to be noticed by a wider scouting audience rather than his very limited superleague displays.

I would imagine a few clubs would be willing to take a punt, as he appears to be out of contract at the end of the season, they are looking for potential not the finished article.

If i were an agent, I wouldn't mind him on my books, Im not sure he would be at Broncos next season.
Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 10:26 am
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Im sure the club will offer him a contract as he has the raw material. Will Saints offer hime much more? Probably not. They are supposed to have the best youth academy players along with Wigan arent they?
Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 11:10 am
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wisezola wrote:
With all due respect, what young player would stand out in that side this season, how many games has he played, 2 or 3, weak .....not sure.


Dixon has been quite impressive. I would think it more likely that other SL teams have an interest in him.
Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 12:50 pm
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Given the choice, I'd rather have Jamie Foster, who can't get a game for love nor money, in my side than Omari Caro at this moment in time.
Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 1:01 pm
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Not seen very much of Caro but simply having speed isn't enough. Think of the young players we've had for whom that was their main asset - have any of them proven up to SL standard?
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Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 2:42 pm
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The Penguin wrote:
Not seen very much of Caro but simply having speed isn't enough. Think of the young players we've had for whom that was their main asset - have any of them proven up to SL standard?


http://www.londonbroncosrl.com/rugby/fi ... ef=dynamic

At 6'3'' and 100kg he already has the size for a Centre. If he turned into a Joel Monaghan it would be nice. :) As this Academy thing is a new thing for us its not as if we have much experience in spotting a good player from what is pretty raw material, but the lad has the physique and made some good runs up the middle in the 1st team. Because of his age i think we get something for him whether he is out of Contract or not.

Foster might be a good signing but these lads wont move south so its immaterial. We have to find, develop and keep these lads. If we started winning we should be able to as we are at the full SC.
Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:33 pm
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Rob Worrincy is/was a far better player than Caro and look at what he has achieved?
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Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 8:15 pm
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All sadly Foster has to offer is his kicking! he is not a good tackler! not very good under a high ball and is not that fast! but he uses a great hair gel and takes around 15 minutes to get it right before taking to the pitch and most of half time getting it right for the second half. Always practised his goal kicking with his Granddad, lives at home still and is a real home boy!

Just opened his first barber shop in St Helens Style JF22 and is looking forward to opening a further hair salon, Jamie's best bet is union, all the talents he does not have! qualify him highly and his hair.

No talk about Cairo in St Helens at all, and that is from people who always claim to be ITK!
Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 8:37 pm
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jaybs wrote:
All sadly Foster has to offer is his kicking! he is not a good tackler! not very good under a high ball and is not that fast!

I thought exactly the same when I read Moe's post, but was worried I'd be accused of destroying these boards and the greek economy if I posted a contadictory theory.... 8)
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