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Re: Props/forwards formation 2023 : Thu Aug 18, 2022 3:30 pm  
Alffi_7 wrote:
I asked the question on the Huddersfield board - it wasn't exactly a glowing reference on King!


Can`t see Powell accepting Toby King back to Wire, even if Wardle does go to Wigan.

King will be loaned out to another club/clubs, until his contract with us expires.

With regards to Wardle to Wigan, I would expect Huddersfield to demand a hefty transfer fee for him, and Wigan don`t usually pay transfer fees,.................but Warrington do.
Re: Props/forwards formation 2023 : Thu Aug 18, 2022 8:37 pm  
King has played pretty well tonight so you never know.
Re: Props/forwards formation 2023 : Thu Aug 18, 2022 8:46 pm  
CW8 wrote:
King has played pretty well tonight so you never know.


Hopefully it will improve his chances of staying on at Huddersfield then.
Re: Props/forwards formation 2023 : Fri Aug 19, 2022 9:39 pm  
Powell said the situation for them both will be reviewed at the end of the season. So i don't think it's set in stone with Wardle.......but again unless you have direct knowledge of his contract it's all speculation.
Re: Props/forwards formation 2023 : Sat Aug 20, 2022 12:07 am  
Alffi_7 wrote:
Any other players to be aware of from the Academy ranks Walter who will be pressing for first team action in 2023?? Looks like we could do with some centre cover for the first team next year with only Mata'utia, King? and Minikin available - and I'm not a fan of Minikin if I'm honest, I feel his place should be filled by academy promotions.

Full Back, Wings, Half Back, Prop, Hooker Back Row we seem ok depth wise, Centre seems a bit light.


There are quite a few excellent 'prospects' coming through but I wouldn't like to put too much pressure on them at such a young age...Centre wise Jack Darbyshire, son of Paul, has been very good these past couple of months and will hopefully get a first team game in the near future, also Jake Thewlis (Josh's brother); obviously Leon Hayes and Adam Holroyd stand out...we have a few young props that will hopefully develop over the next year or two and claim a place like Luke Thomas has done...likewise we have some excellent back rowers coming through and a winger or two!

On a personal note, I am excited to see my nephew playing at half back in the Academy (and Reserves) and hopefully he can come through (he will still be Academy next season).

This is my 13th season in the job and it has honestly been one of my most enjoyable; the coaches we have in place now are first class.
Re: Props/forwards formation 2023 : Sun Aug 21, 2022 7:39 am  
WalterWizard wrote:
There are quite a few excellent 'prospects' coming through but I wouldn't like to put too much pressure on them at such a young age...Centre wise Jack Darbyshire, son of Paul, has been very good these past couple of months and will hopefully get a first team game in the near future, also Jake Thewlis (Josh's brother); obviously Leon Hayes and Adam Holroyd stand out...we have a few young props that will hopefully develop over the next year or two and claim a place like Luke Thomas has done...likewise we have some excellent back rowers coming through and a winger or two!

On a personal note, I am excited to see my nephew playing at half back in the Academy (and Reserves) and hopefully he can come through (he will still be Academy next season).

This is my 13th season in the job and it has honestly been one of my most enjoyable; the coaches we have in place now are first class.

Jamie Redecliffe (Prop) has always stood out when I’ve watched them. Think he has a big future.
Re: Props/forwards formation 2023 : Wed Aug 24, 2022 10:44 am  
ratticusfinch wrote:
Keeping Wardle is going to be very important, anybody heard anything? Wigan seem convinced they’ve signed him.

Like Edwards you mean?
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