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O/T/ Sam Tomkins player of the year 2021 Tue Sep 28, 2021 10:03 pm  

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Sam has won player of the year for this just has he did in 2011 and 2012 I often wonder wonder was letting this player go just like others huge blunders by club :READING:
Re: O/T/ Sam Tomkins player of the year 2021 Tue Sep 28, 2021 11:08 pm  

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Listening to his podcast interviews it doesn’t sound like we had much choice. He’s the type of guy who needs change every so often and hand on heart if I was him and the chance to live, train and play in the South of France came up rather than Wigan I’d jump at the chance.

Shame he’s gone most definitely but he thoroughly deserves this award and he has to be nailed on MOS. Just has to be. Far and out the best player this season.

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Supporters should be asking themselves why Sam Tomkins was so keen to leave Wigan so soon after coming back from down under.

Did he on his return, realise that things were not the same at the club following the departure of Wane and could see a situation of no success beginning to happen as a result of the financial situation which has led to a poorer standard and quality of the squad and made him decide that he needed to again get away from the club and obtain a better contract and lifestyle elsewhere.

Always has been a old head on young shoulders where his career and money is concerned, has Sam Tomkins!

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I seem to remember hearing the French totally disregarded no-tampering deadlines and were on his case for a quite a while, offering all sorts, before he made his mind up to leave.

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Ruddy Duck wrote:
Supporters should be asking themselves why Sam Tomkins was so keen to leave Wigan so soon after coming back from down under.

Did he on his return, realise that things were not the same at the club following the departure of Wane and could see a situation of no success beginning to happen as a result of the financial situation which has led to a poorer standard and quality of the squad and made him decide that he needed to again get away from the club and obtain a better contract and lifestyle elsewhere.

Always has been a old head on young shoulders where his career and money is concerned, has Sam Tomkins!

What are you going on about at all? We couldn't/wouldn't offer him as lucrative a contract as Catalans due to the tax breaks over there. I'll admit that I agreed with us not offering him silly money as at the time the decision was made he wasn't playing well and had a bad injury record.
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Most idiotic post ever goes to Grimmy..... The way to restart should be an arm wrestle between a designated player from each side.

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Grimmy wrote:
What are you going on about at all?


Nobody knows but usually it's something to do with the gang of four

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Grimmy wrote:
What are you going on about at all? We couldn't/wouldn't offer him as lucrative a contract as Catalans due to the tax breaks over there. I'll admit that I agreed with us not offering him silly money as at the time the decision was made he wasn't playing well and had a bad injury record.


If you say so!

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Egg Chasing wrote:
Nobody knows but usually it's something to do with the gang of four


What are you on about, it has nothing to do with any gang of four.

Keep chasing the eggs, and hope they don't break!

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Best player in super league history
RICHARDS IS SUPERMAN!!!!

Wire_91 wrote:its your first final in about 8 years and now you ravin and rantin about it F**k off, and ill be going old trafford tomoz cheering on the saints and ill be writing on this forum givin you loads of shi* when your drying you eyes and the wire fan will be here handing out the tissues in the thousands, thats if you do take that many fans cause now it looks like its your fans who have jumped on the band wagon now your in a final, this time last year there was only 1000 people in the jjb and now its fillin up cause youve won the league hahaha proper true supporters you are

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NSW wrote:
Best player in super league history

By a mile. Best player I’ve ever seen....
That comes from a Rhino.....
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