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Re: Rocky - Stick or twist Sat Sep 08, 2018 9:22 am  

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But we've got decent players But can't get higher than 5th/6th I was saying we just need that player who's got that spark. At the moment we haven't
Re: Rocky - Stick or twist Sat Sep 08, 2018 9:33 am  
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wakey warrior wrote:
But we've got decent players But can't get higher than 5th/6th I was saying we just need that player who's got that spark. At the moment we haven't

So who within the Cas side has the 'spark' to get them where they are?
Re: Rocky - Stick or twist Sat Sep 08, 2018 10:03 am  

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Luke Gale for one
Re: Rocky - Stick or twist Sat Sep 08, 2018 10:13 am  
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Luke Gale for one

So how have they been playing without him?
Re: Rocky - Stick or twist Sat Sep 08, 2018 10:20 am  

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Very well ! But better when he's in there side.
Re: Rocky - Stick or twist Sat Sep 08, 2018 10:29 am  

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Cas have the best pack in the league IMO which helps. Moors, Millington and that double barrelled name guy are all monsters. Also a lot gets said about his lack of trophies but it must help them to have the best attacking coach in the league (even if I do think there may be more to that than meets the nose).
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Re: Rocky - Stick or twist Sat Sep 08, 2018 12:04 pm  

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Exactly my view chissitt,the kid or his agent are being painted as greedy gets but unti someone comes out and say whats been offered and whats been turned down its all rumour. Like you the kids no mug he knows what we can afford so im sure he wont be wanting outlandish money but he will know what others at the club are being paid and i cant see him trying to outdo anyone at the club ,but in my view the lads got the potential to develop into a good scrum half and has such deserves a reasonable contract.just as afterthought the cas fan on here says hes seen holmes, reynolds and hamshire at cas and rates holmes as the best ,im sure i havent seen them as much as him but on what i have seen i put holmes as the worst of the three ,reynolds a good football brain but lacks pace and a bit iffy when the going gets tough of course this is just my opinion
Re: Rocky - Stick or twist Sat Sep 08, 2018 12:21 pm  

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I don't think a World beater 7 is the answer to unlocking a top 4 place.
To be certain, we'd need to strengthen half the team.
As that is not possible from a financial perspective, we have to get the best from what we can afford.
That is our game, getting the best from what we have and strengthening bit by bit over time.
Chezzy and the staff as a whole are building something, with limited resources granted, but they are gathering a squad and playing ethos to challenge, Rocky needs to be part of that, we need Rocky to be part of that not in the stand watching a marquee 7 not making the difference.
Its a stick stick stick for me....cover is a different thread.
Re: Rocky - Stick or twist Sat Sep 08, 2018 12:48 pm  

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chissitt wrote:
There's the crux of the matter, is he is demanding massive money on the top of a couple of top draw games, you don't watch Wakey and no nothing of his wage demands but your perception of him is that he seems to be holding out for an unrealistic contract out of greed, could it just be that he's asking for a reasonable contract in line with some of the lesser earners at the club and not wanting anything like the figures some people would have you believe, btw who is his agent?

Craig Harrison.
I'd guess with club owners/agents, on the whole club owners think agents are greedy barstewards, and agents think club owners are tight wads.
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Re: Rocky - Stick or twist Sat Sep 08, 2018 2:24 pm  
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How do you know he has not signed because we all know that George King will be with us next season but no confirmation from the club. We have to sell season tickets which can be assisted by announcing signings or extensions.
I don’t know but it is something the club have used in the past.
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