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Post Fri May 31, 2019 6:31 pm
Posted by cosmicat on Fri May 31, 2019 6:31 pm
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Think he's got till 12 midnight to decide on his future
Re: Hampshire
Post Fri May 31, 2019 7:24 pm
Posted by Fishermanscap on Fri May 31, 2019 7:24 pm
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cosmicat wrote:
Think he's got till 12 midnight to decide on his future


No he’s got as long as he wants within reason. As of midnight he’s a free agent but can still turn out for Trinity on a match basis if both parties agree. Then he will have to wait and see if the offers come flooding in and if they don’t then he’ll have to hope Trinity’s offer is still open.

It’s risky for a player but if he wants to back himself then so be it. Let’s face it we don’t know what offers are out there.
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Post Fri May 31, 2019 7:27 pm
Posted by charlie63wildcat on Fri May 31, 2019 7:27 pm
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Fishermanscap wrote:
No he’s got as long as he wants within reason. As of midnight he’s a free agent but can still turn out for Trinity on a match basis if both parties agree. Then he will have to wait and see if the offers come flooding in and if they don’t then he’ll have to hope Trinity’s offer is still open.

It’s risky for a player but if he wants to back himself then so be it. Let’s face it we don’t know what offers are out there.

Watching how Josh Drinkwater's playing, I wouldn't be surprised if Hull kr do!
Re: Hampshire
Post Fri May 31, 2019 7:32 pm
Posted by Fishermanscap on Fri May 31, 2019 7:32 pm
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charlie63wildcat wrote:
Watching how Josh Drinkwater's playing, I wouldn't be surprised if Hull kr do!


If they rate him higher than we do wage wise, then so be it, frankly never rated Drinkwater. Interesting though that he’s another player who hung on and on for a better deal and it hasn’t worked out.

That said I do rate Hampshire a lot higher both as a player and individual though it’s fairly subjective as I’ve never met either.
Re: Hampshire
Post Fri May 31, 2019 8:04 pm
Posted by homme vaste on Fri May 31, 2019 8:04 pm
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Fishermanscap wrote:
No he’s got as long as he wants within reason. As of midnight he’s a free agent but can still turn out for Trinity on a match basis if both parties agree. Then he will have to wait and see if the offers come flooding in and if they don’t then he’ll have to hope Trinity’s offer is still open.

It’s risky for a player but if he wants to back himself then so be it. Let’s face it we don’t know what offers are out there.


Unless the club has told him to make a decision? Lets not forget it works both ways, as of tomorrow the club are free to speak to players OOC, the longer we leave it to look for a replacement the harder we are going to find it.
Re: Hampshire
Post Fri May 31, 2019 9:45 pm
Posted by alegend on Fri May 31, 2019 9:45 pm
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Jowitt is a good replacement not bothered if he stay or goes.If a player is not happy at the club let him go.Mr Carter as built this club up by not paying more than they think a players worth.Hampshire as still got a lot to prove .q
Re: Hampshire
Post Fri May 31, 2019 11:34 pm
Posted by Adam_Harrison9 on Fri May 31, 2019 11:34 pm
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I really like Hampshire and I feel he could be a massive part of the future of the team if he signs but there does seem to have always been an element of Wakefield not being good enough for him or there has been a certain reluctance, at least as I have perceived it, to be a Wakefield player. Wakefield has probably given him more game time than Castleford or Wigan. He probably has the support of more people here than he did at both those clubs yet he doesn't exactly seem to be jumping at the opportunity that has been handed to him, especially when the likes of Fifita have pledged their future. I could be totally wrong in that perception. Just my two penneth. Think Ryan is a cracking player though and I actually do think he has the ability to be one of super league's best fullbacks with a tweaking of his game.
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Post Fri May 31, 2019 11:56 pm
Posted by Sacred Cow on Fri May 31, 2019 11:56 pm
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Fishermanscap wrote:
No he’s got as long as he wants within reason. As of midnight he’s a free agent but can still turn out for Trinity on a match basis if both parties agree. Then he will have to wait and see if the offers come flooding in and if they don’t then he’ll have to hope Trinity’s offer is still open.

It’s risky for a player but if he wants to back himself then so be it. Let’s face it we don’t know what offers are out there.

He’a not a free agent, he is under contract until the end of the season whatever. The deadline is purely club placed as to whether he accepts their new offer or not. Clubs have been able to talk to out of contract players since 1st May, so if he declines then we need to move quickly to secure a replacement, although feelers will likely be have been out already.
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Post Sat Jun 01, 2019 4:05 am
Posted by Fishermanscap on Sat Jun 01, 2019 4:05 am
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Sacred Cow wrote:
He’a not a free agent, he is under contract until the end of the season whatever. The deadline is purely club placed as to whether he accepts their new offer or not. Clubs have been able to talk to out of contract players since 1st May, so if he declines then we need to move quickly to secure a replacement, although feelers will likely be have been out already.


Fair enough, either way he can carry on playing and won’t turn into a pumpkin at midnight :lol:
Re: Hampshire
Post Sat Jun 01, 2019 6:53 am
Posted by Trinity1315 on Sat Jun 01, 2019 6:53 am
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Adam_Harrison9 wrote:
I really like Hampshire and I feel he could be a massive part of the future of the team if he signs but there does seem to have always been an element of Wakefield not being good enough for him or there has been a certain reluctance, at least as I have perceived it, to be a Wakefield player. Wakefield has probably given him more game time than Castleford or Wigan. He probably has the support of more people here than he did at both those clubs yet he doesn't exactly seem to be jumping at the opportunity that has been handed to him, especially when the likes of Fifita have pledged their future. I could be totally wrong in that perception. Just my two penneth. Think Ryan is a cracking player though and I actually do think he has the ability to be one of super league's best fullbacks with a tweaking of his game.



My thoughts exactly. I really thought he would have jumped at the chance of a longer contract, but perhaps the thoughts of getting more money elsewhere may explain his reluctance to sign.
Good player and I wish he'd sign, but if not, the club is much bigger than RH and we move on.
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