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Team for 2022 Mon Oct 04, 2021 4:33 pm  

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I know the seasons only just finished but the rumours about incoming players is more optimistic than for some time, especially if we retain the nucleus of a team that performed well for the bulk of the season. I'm sure not all of these will come off - but the names I'm sure most have seen so far are:- Walmsley, Jouffret, Kyle Wood, Arundel, Gee, Aston, Foster and Gwaze. Not keen on Aston and no nothing about Gwaze.
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I know the seasons only just finished but the rumours about incoming players is more optimistic than for some time, especially if we retain the nucleus of a team that performed well for the bulk of the season. I'm sure not all of these will come off - but the names I'm sure most have seen so far are:- Walmsley, Jouffret, Kyle Wood, Arundel, Gee, Aston, Foster and Gwaze. Not keen on Aston and no nothing about Gwaze.

A big bruising prop needs adding to that list, at least. Magic Rock Tap, Ringmaster 3.9% Mmm! :DRUNK:
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Re: Team for 2022 Mon Oct 04, 2021 4:47 pm  

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I watched Doncaster win in the league one playoffs over the last few weeks on ourleague and Brandon Douglas as played well. He is another name linked with us. I know when a side is looking to sign better quality players it tends to look at the divisions above them. But there is good players who could do a good job for us playing in league one. Who would also probably be a cheaper option too.
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I watched Doncaster win in the league one playoffs over the last few weeks on ourleague and Brandon Douglas as played well. He is another name linked with us. I know when a side is looking to sign better quality players it tends to look at the divisions above them. But there is good players who could do a good job for us playing in league one. Who would also probably be a cheaper option too.

Cheap options very rarely give value. :?
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Re: Team for 2022 Mon Oct 04, 2021 6:19 pm  

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Thing is we all acknowledge we need some line busting forwards but there’s not that many around.
Grix believes he had his fingers burnt with a springer style forward and he priorities’ defensive, personally I think we need a balance of both .
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Thing is we all acknowledge we need some line busting forwards but there’s not that many around.
Grix believes he had his fingers burnt with a springer style forward and he priorities’ defensive, personally I think we need a balance of both .

Aye, with the demise of amateur clubs like Ovenden it's not going to get any better for the progression of players. It's a worrying time for our game and we must keep backing it at junior level as much as we can. The best game in't world is being harmed by the greed of those who's job it is to promote it. :cry: Let's hope that sense prevails and RL as a whole survives and prospers. Rat and Ratchet shuddersfield. White Rat 4.0% Mmm! :DRUNK:
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Re: Team for 2022 Mon Oct 04, 2021 8:27 pm  

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Matty Gee looks a good bet to beef up the forwards - still relatively young for a prop - think he scored a couple of tries against Leeds this year - we've not carried any real threat close to the line this year since Springer left - it would be good to have sort of threat that Kopjac gave Featherstone. While some of the players supposedly leaving, especially Harris , have produced some good performances, I think the touted incomings all offer something more , and it's pleasing that we look as though we want to move forward next year rather than rest in our laurels , something that probably happened too much under Marshall.
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Matty Gee looks a good bet to beef up the forwards - still relatively young for a prop - think he scored a couple of tries against Leeds this year - we've not carried any real threat close to the line this year since Springer left - it would be good to have sort of threat that Kopjac gave Featherstone. While some of the players supposedly leaving, especially Harris , have produced some good performances, I think the touted incomings all offer something more , and it's pleasing that we look as though we want to move forward next year rather than rest in our laurels , something that probably happened too much under Marshall.

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Re: Team for 2022 Tue Oct 05, 2021 8:01 am  

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[Part quote="Listenup94"]Thing is we all acknowledge we need some line busting forwards but there’s not that many around.
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It doesn't stop me posting saying it's what we need but every time I do, I wonder where these line busting / ball playing players are going to come from?
Most if not all SL clubs are scouring the planet looking for them as are the Champ clubs.
Even on this seasons creditable achievement of finishing 3rd there are potentially 12 SL clubs, 2 Champ clubs that are stronger than us both in terms of on the pitch performance and finances and several other Champ clubs on equal footing to compete against.
How are we ever going to get and if we do keep these player / players?
Re: Team for 2022 Tue Oct 05, 2021 9:23 am  
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Seen Brad Knowles mentioned as well but Foster looks like he is going to Newcastle. Heard rumours of Morris and JWH leaving but hopefully both of those are not true because at the moment we look to be offloading a lot of squad type standard players and bringing in better quality and would be a shame if those two were going. It is looking very good for next season especially keeping the nucleus of this squad and adding some quality in key positions. If we can set up a couple of good loan deals with Huddersfield that are not as farcical as this seasons it could put us in a good position to challenge for promotion.

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