Joined: Sun Sep 17, 2006 9:51 am Posts: 112 Location: normanton
Anyone know if Tim WANTS to stay next season. With 4 tries and 16 assists. We cannot really do without him. Wood and Wildie are not in the same class and I can't see who we could sign who would do any better than Tim.
Smith has suprised me recently, the pressure was on after the crowd (including me) were on his back after a poor start to the season. Credit to him he's responded and shown us what he can do when he attacks the line more, well worth a contract extension in my opinion as there ain't many quality half backs available ATM.
Joined: Sat Oct 15, 2005 7:55 am Posts: 3956 Location: Outwood Wildcat
Smith and Aiton are the types of top class players we should be aiming to build our team around. I really don't think we are that far away, but any top team needs players of this quality
I agree smew, it as gone realy quiet on the signings front at Trinity too quiet for my likeing...
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