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Our Jamie Sat May 08, 2021 10:31 am  
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He’s doing well is the lad, there’s a good video of his recovery, but I’m unable to share it.

Keep it up Jamie :D
Re: Our Jamie Sat May 08, 2021 10:45 am  

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Due a testimonial soon. Not sure how the maths works though if you get it in your 10th year or after 10? Bowden due one first though I think, he debuted in 2012.
Re: Our Jamie Sat May 08, 2021 11:01 am  

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Riderofthepalehorse wrote:
He’s doing well is the lad, there’s a good video of his recovery, but I’m unable to share it.

Keep it up Jamie :D


https://twitter.com/hullfcofficial/status/1390939530870640640?s=20
Re: Our Jamie Sat May 08, 2021 11:06 am  
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Re: Our Jamie Sat May 08, 2021 8:15 pm  

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[quote="ComeOnYouUll"][url]https://twitter.com/hullfcofficial/status/1390939530870640640?s=20[/url][/quote]
Nice update, although no timescales given.

Looking forward to seeing Jamie back. Would love us to develop a second position for Jamie, either as a winger, centre or hooker. We don’t exploit his pace enough. He could be devastating down the middle following the pack, or scooting from the ptb.

I think today showed that Brett is thinking how others can be deployed in other positions, with the way Swift played at Full Back. Hopefully, he’ll develop Jamie further, as it would be a shame if he came back from injury and was sold because Jake is now at Full Back.
Re: Our Jamie Sun May 09, 2021 4:26 am  

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Rugby Raider wrote:
Nice update, although no timescales given.

Looking forward to seeing Jamie back. Would love us to develop a second position for Jamie, either as a winger, centre or hooker. We don’t exploit his pace enough. He could be devastating down the middle following the pack, or scooting from the ptb.

I think today showed that Brett is thinking how others can be deployed in other positions, with the way Swift played at Full Back. Hopefully, he’ll develop Jamie further, as it would be a shame if he came back from injury and was sold because Jake is now at Full Back.

Connor has only played handful of games and has already lost us a match at Wigan from. His stupidity

He also let Wakefield go the full length from his "amazing passes"
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Re: Our Jamie Wed May 12, 2021 6:58 pm  
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Good fit for Rovers according to Cooke in the HDM.
Re: Our Jamie Wed May 12, 2021 7:43 pm  

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Good fit for Rovers according to Cooke in the HDM.

Can you imagine the back-pedalling by Rovers fans if true? :lol:
Re: Our Jamie Wed May 12, 2021 8:12 pm  
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Can you imagine the back-pedalling by Rovers fans if true? :lol:


I know. Just like George Lawler has gone from being a home grown player we need to build our squad around to being bang average who can easily be replaced.

Noticed Ethan Ryan has suddenly become a better player overnight :)
Re: Our Jamie Wed May 12, 2021 8:58 pm  

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I know. Just like George Lawler has gone from being a home grown player we need to build our squad around to being bang average who can easily be replaced.

Noticed Ethan Ryan has suddenly become a better player overnight :)


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