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I've always thought swift could make a good fullback, he's deceptively strong, and feel like getting him more involved in plays would be a good thing
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I've always thought swift could make a good fullback, he's deceptively strong, and feel like getting him more involved in plays would be a good thing


He could well make a good fullback but we know we have a good fullback in lomax and we also have two good young try scoring wingers so it's sounds like we trying to put square pegs in round holes just for sake of signing someone.

Lomax is vital to us in the role he plays.
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He could well make a good fullback but we know we have a good fullback in lomax and we also have two good young try scoring wingers so it's sounds like we trying to put square pegs in round holes just for sake of signing someone.

Lomax is vital to us in the role he plays.


Agreed entirely, as a signing I wouldn't be completely sold on Dixon even if we needed a winger - especially since he hasn't played for almost a year now!

I'd be intrigued to see how lomax would go at 6 next to Walsh (still acting as 3rd pivot in attack) - but as it stands, there's no one worth the risk of trying it to bring in.
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Agreed entirely, as a signing I wouldn't be completely sold on Dixon even if we needed a winger - especially since he hasn't played for almost a year now!

I'd be intrigued to see how lomax would go at 6 next to Walsh (still acting as 3rd pivot in attack) - but as it stands, there's no one worth the risk of trying it to bring in.


I don't think lomax would have same impact if he played at 6, even if he was next to the best 7 in the world. It's not knowing where he will pop up next which worries the opposition.
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I don't think lomax would have same impact if he played at 6, even if he was next to the best 7 in the world. It's not knowing where he will pop up next which worries the opposition.


I'd still really love a defensively focused full back, whose only duty in attack is running off the shoulder of the ball carrier. Only that type of player would be worth moving lomax for, and like I say, nobody available fits that list!

Even playing at 6 lomax can play a similar role, it's all about balancing the rest of the side around it.
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Dixon, Caton-Brown, Huby, Hauraki, Chan would be the main targets for me there, realistically.
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Is ade Gardner joining yawnion?
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Is ade Gardner joining yawnion?


Rugby 7s to play for Brazil in the World Cup I believe...
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Re: Super League - Out of Contract 2014/2015 Sat Jul 12, 2014 11:52 pm  

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Sam Powell by a distance, a good young player in a position we are weak. Best of all he is 22 and would not require a fee
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Re: Super League - Out of Contract 2014/2015 Sun Jul 13, 2014 10:36 am  

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Read on another forum that Powell is contracted to Wiagn until the end of next season IIRC.

Wigan have an option on Taylor for next year & Gelling signed a new contract recently.
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