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Re: Hull FC : Thu Aug 18, 2022 2:36 am  
scarrie wrote:
The whole 'big club' thing entirely depends on how you define it. If you judge it by on-field results you'd be hard pressed to find any Hull fan who'd argue we are a 'big' club. If you base it on fan base then I think you could make an argument that we are. If it's a combination of the two then probably not. Personally I couldn't give a stuff either way.

I don't know any Hull fans who think we have a right to be winning things. As far as I can tell the general feeling is that given the fan base and cap spend the club should be doing better on the field than it is.
We're a mid-table team and have been for awhile, I'm quite comfortable with that fact, its the massive blowouts and the players perceived lack of spine that annoys us.

Bear in mind that some of the more vocal posters on our board are consistently negative about absolutley everything.
Rowley seems to be doing a good job at Salford currently but I'm not convinced any coach would make much difference atm. We've had the same issues under the last 3.

FWIW I am consistently impressed with how Salford go about things given they seem to have to rebuild the team most years.


Well said :CLAP: although I'm not sure overall I'd get away so easily if I made my post on the fc forum. but one thing is for sure our recruitment is second to none and I mean none, it has to be as the usual suspects rape us every year can you imagine the skullduggery thats going on at the minute to get the likes of prized possesions like Brodie Croft away from us at 24 years old Former Brisbane Broncos half who came through the Melbourne system with the likes of Slater/Smith and Cronk ? At Salford we throw cheap cheques at potential superstars who are not only young but have been destroyed in the NRL by the press or blamed for all the clubs wrongs, Salford just remind them why they play the game no pressure, they usually end up loving the club just ask Jacko.
Re: Hull FC : Thu Aug 18, 2022 11:15 am  
Salford red all over wrote:
Well said :CLAP: although I'm not sure overall I'd get away so easily if I made my post on the fc forum. but one thing is for sure our recruitment is second to none and I mean none, it has to be as the usual suspects rape us every year can you imagine the skullduggery thats going on at the minute to get the likes of prized possesions like Brodie Croft away from us at 24 years old Former Brisbane Broncos half who came through the Melbourne system with the likes of Slater/Smith and Cronk ? At Salford we throw cheap cheques at potential superstars who are not only young but have been destroyed in the NRL by the press or blamed for all the clubs wrongs, Salford just remind them why they play the game no pressure, they usually end up loving the club just ask Jacko.


"Second to none" :LOL:
Re: Hull FC : Thu Aug 18, 2022 9:57 pm  
TheWarringtonWolve69 wrote:
"Second to none" :LOL:


C'mon sharkie boy who does better business ? probably your team offloading "Mr concussion" Wade Graham to some mug :lol:
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