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Re: Daryl clarke

Post Sun Jun 24, 2012 4:51 pm
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Having just found out the details of Daryl's contract. No wonder he wants out.


I know, five years at Cas :shock:
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Re: Daryl clarke

Post Sun Jun 24, 2012 5:00 pm
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Re: Daryl clarke

Post Sun Jun 24, 2012 7:01 pm
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Karlos13 wrote:
Good to see Wire continue with their poicy of signing up the best young players from the smaller clubs, and then complain that the league isn't strong enough/too many teams etc. :roll:


On an unrelated topic, Stefan Ratchford was excellent today.
Me: I'm still reeling from the news that someone is considering watching the 1st and 3rd game on Saturday and NOT watching Warrington play. It's like being in Shea Stadium when the Beatles came to town and deciding to nip out for a fag.


knockersbumpMKII: Is it FOOK, you're good but you're not THAT good, jesus you wanky fans need to get over yourselves, Beatles at the Shea in '65 was a once in a lifetime opportunity for some (despite the following years performance), you can watch a very good team in primrose & yellow play every week if you really wanted to but comparing it to one of the very best music groups of all time in an iconic stadia such as the shea is overegging your importance, you're not even the best team in SL atm

Re: Daryl clarke

Post Sun Jun 24, 2012 7:05 pm
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Ian 77 Redux wrote:
On an unrelated topic, Stefan Ratchford was excellent today.


If silly numbers are been thrown about,about so called future superstars.It makes me wonder how much Ben Currie is worth

Re: Daryl clarke

Post Sun Jun 24, 2012 8:06 pm
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Re: Daryl clarke

Post Sun Jun 24, 2012 10:56 pm
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Karlos13 wrote:
Good to see Wire continue with their poicy of signing up the best young players from the smaller clubs, and then complain that the league isn't strong enough/too many teams etc. :roll:


Wire sign young players??

I thought it was more a case of signing up 30 somethings for the famous Warrington pension plan...
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Re: Daryl clarke

Post Thu Jun 28, 2012 3:09 am
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Karlos13 wrote:
Good to see Wire continue with their poicy of signing up the best young players from the smaller clubs, and then complain that the league isn't strong enough/too many teams etc. :roll:
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Re: Daryl clarke

Post Thu Jun 28, 2012 9:02 am
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Karlos13 wrote:
Good to see Wire continue with their poicy of signing up the best young players from the smaller clubs, and then complain that the league isn't strong enough/too many teams etc. :roll:


I don't recall anyone from Warrington complaining about the league not being strong enough or having too many teams ?

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Post Thu Jun 28, 2012 11:19 am
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Karlos13 wrote:
Good to see Wire continue with their poicy of signing up the best young players from the smaller clubs, and then complain that the league isn't strong enough/too many teams etc. :roll:


is that the same Wire that have lost so many young super stars to other clubs over the years? Times have changed my friend..times have changed. We are a buying club with more financial clout than most, if not all other clubs....get used to it.

We are also developing brilliant young players as well. End of.
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Re: Daryl clarke

Post Thu Jun 28, 2012 6:55 pm
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Paul2812 wrote:
I don't recall anyone from Warrington complaining about the league not being strong enough or having too many teams ?


It was probably me. I tell anyone who will listen, that the number of teams should be reduced because those at the bottom aren't good enough.
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