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Contract Talks & FCs Future Sat Apr 18, 2020 9:03 am  

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https://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/sport/r ... ct-4056905

Apparantly in discussion over a new contract

Id let him leave personally. Never seen him have a top game.
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Re: Jordan Lane Contract Talks Sat Apr 18, 2020 11:49 am  
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Definatley on the list for is he good enough, along with Fash and Matongo.

Interesting ones will be Shaul and Houghton

I cant see us not being sentimental though so expect alot who are putting in sub par performances being rewarded with extensions.

Hoping for a pretty ruthless new coach, who breaks up the club hull love in
Re: Jordan Lane Contract Talks Sat Apr 18, 2020 12:34 pm  
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A new coach would need a say on retention. Carlos is the one I’d sign up first.
Re: Jordan Lane Contract Talks Sat Apr 18, 2020 5:07 pm  

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Depends how much hes on. Dependable squad player at best
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Re: Jordan Lane Contract Talks Thu Apr 23, 2020 11:57 am  

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The club's existence is under severe threat. I don't think normal recruitment parameters will apply personally.
Re: Jordan Lane Contract Talks Thu Apr 23, 2020 1:12 pm  

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.... I'm sure Mr Allam will be monitoring developments with great interest.
Re: Jordan Lane Contract Talks Thu Apr 23, 2020 2:02 pm  

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The club's existence is under severe threat. I don't think normal recruitment parameters will apply personally.


I think this topic needs its own thread.

A small help, but I will be joining Hull FC Live as the club will get all if not most of the money
Re: Jordan Lane Contract Talks Thu Apr 23, 2020 2:30 pm  

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Isaiah wrote:
I think this topic needs its own thread.

A small help, but I will be joining Hull FC Live as the club will get all if not most of the money

Ive changed the thread title

Worrying times but we wont be alone

Will any club in Super League be able to show great books without losses going back further than ten years in order to get this government loan? I think not
Re: Contract Talks & FCs Future Thu Apr 23, 2020 3:19 pm  
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Ratu
Carlos
Kelly
Shaul
Houghton
Buchanan
Harris
Graham

Are the players out of contract. Houghton and Kelly amongst the top earners at the club.

Worrying the banks are not granting clubs loans, seems they are pouncing on any excuse no matter how crap to not part with loans. While the players wage cut will no doubt ease some financial strain, will it be enough?

I think the best thing clubs can do is, get behind closed door games accepted As soon as is safe and put the pay per view scheme in place. I for one would definatley pay for view at home season pass to help the club survive.

We may need other means though. Hopefully fans buy merchandise if they can afford it to help support the club.
Re: Jordan Lane Contract Talks Thu Apr 23, 2020 3:22 pm  

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Sebasteeno wrote:
Ive changed the thread title

Worrying times but we wont be alone

Will any club in Super League be able to show great books without losses going back further than ten years in order to get this government loan? I think not


Cheers Seb.
Some clubs might be ok with their big backers, and other clubs might manage to get loans because they have some collateral etc:-
Our biggest asset is the fans and we need to somehow try and rally some financial support
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