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Re: Eamon O'Carroll ?

Post Tue Jun 26, 2012 12:03 pm
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mickburkes boots wrote:
Simple Money Money Money , attracts big players to a Big Club like Widi Widnes plenty of History too :SUBMISSION:


Money money money?

So, let's have it right. You REALLY want to sign players who are only going to Widnes for the 'money'?

It's no wonder then your club has had dire financial problems for the last 20 years.

Re: Eamon O'Carroll ?

Post Tue Jun 26, 2012 12:04 pm
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adiddy wrote:
The biggie about O'carroll is his fitness.....When fit this guy, although only small, will run through walls!!!! Was gutted when he left Wigan because of this attitude, he is great to watch, no backward step, just runs a straight line and makes plenty of metres!! His downside is that he gets injured a lot!!!! If your backroom team can keep him injury free, you will have a cracking player!!!

Matt

Not signed him yet mate.But looks promising and what injuries had?Hopefully not too bad so we can play regular.Making yards up the field and forward power will improve our team. I still want a kicking and organising halfback too.

Re: Eamon O'Carroll ?

Post Tue Jun 26, 2012 5:07 pm
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adiddy wrote:
The biggie about O'carroll is his fitness.....When fit this guy, although only small, will run through walls!!!! Was gutted when he left Wigan because of this attitude, he is great to watch, no backward step, just runs a straight line and makes plenty of metres!! His downside is that he gets injured a lot!!!! If your backroom team can keep him injury free, you will have a cracking player!!!

Matt


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Re: Eamon O'Carroll ?

Post Tue Jun 26, 2012 6:16 pm
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He will be plenty fit with our superdooper new training facility :D
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Re: Eamon O'Carroll ?

Post Tue Jun 26, 2012 6:22 pm
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Bruce_Forsyth wrote:
Money money money?

So, let's have it right. You REALLY want to sign players who are only going to Widnes for the 'money'?

It's no wonder then your club has had dire financial problems for the last 20 years.

nice to see you to see you nice :THINK: NO NO NO Bruce we have the finances to Bring in the Big guns

Re: Eamon O'Carroll ?

Post Tue Jun 26, 2012 6:25 pm
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This.

Sorry can you say it a gain :CRAZY: very interesting this one is

Re: Eamon O'Carroll ?

Post Tue Jun 26, 2012 7:45 pm
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mickburkes boots wrote:
nice to see you to see you nice :THINK: NO NO NO Bruce we have the finances to Bring in the Big guns


It's doesn't matter what you have to spend. The best players want to sign for clubs that are likely to win things.

Widnes Vikings don't fall into this category.

Given the current status of Widnes as a rock bottom of the table outfit, It would be an uphill struggle to even attract mediocre players to the Stobart Stadium.

Re: Eamon O'Carroll ?

Post Tue Jun 26, 2012 8:40 pm
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Bruce_Forsyth wrote:
It's doesn't matter what you have to spend. The best players want to sign for clubs that are likely to win things.

Widnes Vikings don't fall into this category.

Given the current status of Widnes as a rock bottom of the table outfit, It would be an uphill struggle to even attract mediocre players to the Stobart Stadium.

Mmmm interesting and what club do you follow then ? :BEAT:

Re: Eamon O'Carroll ?

Post Tue Jun 26, 2012 9:11 pm
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Bruce_Forsyth wrote:
It's doesn't matter what you have to spend. The best players want to sign for clubs that are likely to win things.

Widnes Vikings don't fall into this category.

Given the current status of Widnes as a rock bottom of the table outfit, It would be an uphill struggle to even attract mediocre players to the Stobart Stadium.


Wow your thick.

Either that or just very, very simple. How do you think the likes of Hudds / Wire got to a stage of challenging for cups? Just woke up one day and there they where? Nope a lot of hard work and a lot of overpaying at times no doubt until you reached that level.
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Re: Eamon O'Carroll ?

Post Wed Jun 27, 2012 2:13 pm
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J20 wrote:
Wow your thick.

Either that or just very, very simple. How do you think the likes of Hudds / Wire got to a stage of challenging for cups? Just woke up one day and there they where? Nope a lot of hard work and a lot of overpaying at times no doubt until you reached that level.


So are you :wink:
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