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Re: Club organisation and professionalism Fri May 20, 2022 11:22 am  
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Trinhomeandaway wrote:
Looking at Derrel Opherts from Cas for next year to replace TJ,he's out of contract at Cas and looks to be on his way out


Would have Derrel he'll be cheapish and would be a good squad player and he's a Wakey lad n fan and then it allows you to spend the rest on more pivotal positions,Kay could stay at hooker with Boyles and so on.
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Re: Club organisation and professionalism Fri May 20, 2022 12:35 pm  
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Plenty of options to look at , I’m sure Poching and his staff are all over the new recruitment ,but unfortunately don’t keep us informed until a deal is done ,much to the displeasure of some fans ,who’d still moan if they were getting hourly updates . Let the coach and staff do their job ,I’m sure all will be revealed when the time is right , and leave us to do our ,which is to support the team and club as best we can .
Re: Club organisation and professionalism Fri May 20, 2022 12:40 pm  
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I'd hazard a guess that now the Super League T.V. gravy train has financially dropped dramatically, so the club's ability to offer decent salaries has done the same.

Getting people through the gates is the best way to increase revenue, but how do you expect people to rock-up when the only elation you're likely to achieve is avoiding relegation!

Every club in S.L. (barring Toulouse) have been to a major final in recent years,I've just turned sixty & the only time I've seen Wakey in a major final was forty odd years ago!
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Re: Club organisation and professionalism Fri May 20, 2022 2:33 pm  
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The Devil's Advocate wrote:
I'd hazard a guess that now the Super League T.V. gravy train has financially dropped dramatically, so the club's ability to offer decent salaries has done the same.

Getting people through the gates is the best way to increase revenue, but how do you expect people to rock-up when the only elation you're likely to achieve is avoiding relegation!

Every club in S.L. (barring Toulouse) have been to a major final in recent years,I've just turned sixty & the only time I've seen Wakey in a major final was forty odd years ago!


I suppose it's the old chicken and egg situation isn't it. Bradford did it under Peter Deakin, he transformed that club in a short space of time, crowds from around 4,000 up to 10,000, then as success on the field happened, they were getting over 20k for Leeds games etc. The switch to Summer was embraced by them better than everybody else. I know it all fell apart eventually, but it wasn't like they were one season wonders, they had almost 10 years of trophies. He was innovative, and took risks and it paid off, whether you liked what they did on match-days or not, it worked. I guess it helped having Odsal because it was so massive, even though it was run-down, he saw the potential. I believe he went to Saracens and transformed them too. I think we need to look at other sports, globally as well, see how American Football teams get 50, 60k attending with populations of 100k etc. We need to explore other avenues apart from the tried and trusted, as eventually we probably will run out of luck.....
Re: Club organisation and professionalism Mon May 23, 2022 3:20 pm  
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And what does everyone suggest with what money we have
Re: Club organisation and professionalism Mon May 23, 2022 4:50 pm  
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Luton Dreadnought wrote:
And what does everyone suggest with what money we have

Do want trinity did in the early 90s sack all the players over 21
Re: Club organisation and professionalism Tue May 24, 2022 12:42 am  
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Luton Dreadnought wrote:
And what does everyone suggest with what money we have


Well if the management let us get relegated we aren’t coming back. The attendance average we currently get will be cut in half at best.
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Re: Club organisation and professionalism Tue May 24, 2022 12:48 am  
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cosmicat wrote:
Do want trinity did in the early 90s sack all the players over 21

indeed.... the fire and rehire strategy seems to be well supported by the current government
Re: Club organisation and professionalism Tue May 24, 2022 7:11 am  
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I think WP has hit the nail on the head regarding players leaving/arriving. It's
a cycle and always has been. IMO the biggest issue is with three players:-
TJ - but a replacement looms - perhaps he may also be more injury free?
DF - IF he goes we do need a replacement.
JM - Again IF it's true, although I'm not as fanatical as some on here about his performances, yes, he will have to be replaced, simply because we don't have another stand off on the books (I don't think).
In my book any other player out of contract who goes, is replaceable
And, let's not forget, the first three are probably the biggest earners at the club so that frees a lot of money up.
Just one final thing. Even with the players mentioned above in the squad, where are we n ow? second bottom - perhaps, if we do escape relegation the team needs a big shake up anyway.

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Re: Club organisation and professionalism Tue May 24, 2022 7:19 am  
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I tend to agree.
Players come and go.

I've accepted TJ is leaving.
I don't think we'll find a more valuable player than Fifita so I'd really like to push it to keep him.
Miller I'd like to keep but is replacable. But not with a has been English player. Needs an up and coming young player to compliment Lino.
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