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Re: Nothing Tolouse for Shaul? Thu Jan 27, 2022 5:09 pm  
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Disagree on best fullback, gane is too limited and seems very injury prone, I can what you ate saying about the halfbacks, but have Wynne, Litten, Mcintosh who could play fullback and McNamara and Hookem to cover halfback.

If someone wants him I'd let him go, get a big chunk off our cap to make a mid season signing.

Shaul brings pace moments of brilliance and support play

Connor is good but how many interceptions did he give last season including a match losing semi final to grace

And of course Connor getting done for pace by farrell and the cas winger

Yet weirdly people ignore the Connor flaws :?
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Re: Nothing Tolouse for Shaul? Thu Jan 27, 2022 5:43 pm  
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Thetalentboy wrote:
Shaul brings pace moments of brilliance and support play

Connor is good but how many interceptions did he give last season including a match losing semi final to grace

And of course Connor getting done for pace by farrell and the cas winger

Yet weirdly people ignore the Connor flaws :?


Think he threw 2 that lead to tries. Grace and Kershaw.

He finished the season with 20 plus assists. If Shaul ever got more than 10 assist in 1 season I'd be surprised.
Re: Nothing Tolouse for Shaul? Thu Jan 27, 2022 11:33 pm  
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Thetalentboy wrote:
Shaul brings pace moments of brilliance and support play

Connor is good but how many interceptions did he give last season including a match losing semi final to grace

And of course Connor getting done for pace by farrell and the cas winger

Yet weirdly people ignore the Connor flaws :?



A bit like Sneyd those moments of brilliance where 2017.

I also remember Shaul getting done for pace by Ben Currie in the 2016 cup final.

Both have flaws but Connor is streets ahead of Shaul.
Re: Nothing Tolouse for Shaul? Fri Jan 28, 2022 8:04 am  
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Thetalentboy wrote:
Shaul brings pace moments of brilliance and support play

Connor is good but how many interceptions did he give last season including a match losing semi final to grace

And of course Connor getting done for pace by farrell and the cas winger

Yet weirdly people ignore the Connor flaws :?

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Re: Nothing Tolouse for Shaul? Sun Jan 30, 2022 4:41 pm  
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He doesn't need to pass or kick, Gale and Connor will do those bits. Shaul's strength is running. He can run like roadrunner. Just let him play loose and support in the way Shaun Edwards and Danny Mcguire in his younger days did. His speed of running in the open space will do the rest. He's the best running player we have.


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Re: Nothing Tolouse for Shaul? Thu Feb 10, 2022 6:51 pm  
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Re: Nothing Tolouse for Shaul? Fri Feb 11, 2022 8:56 am  
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https://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/sport/rugby-league/jamie-shaul-move-hull-fc-6636793


I think for player and club this would be a good move for both in a sporting sense. However Shaul has a young family so it would mean either uprooting his family or spending a long time away from his family which may not be an attractive option.
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Re: Nothing Tolouse for Shaul? Fri Feb 11, 2022 10:27 am  
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I think for player and club this would be a good move for both in a sporting sense. However Shaul has a young family so it would mean either uprooting his family or spending a long time away from his family which may not be an attractive option.


Talk of a 3 year deal which might be too good to turn down.

Good move for both parties, gives him the chance to play full bsck in SL and get us a good chunk of salary cap to play with.

It's a salary cap game and you can't have a back up player on a big salary, who is past their best and have been very injury prone of late.
Re: Nothing Tolouse for Shaul? Fri Feb 11, 2022 10:46 am  
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I think for player and club this would be a good move for both in a sporting sense. However Shaul has a young family so it would mean either uprooting his family or spending a long time away from his family which may not be an attractive option.


Talk of a 3 year deal which might be too good to turn down.

Good move for both parties, gives him the chance to play full bsck in SL and get us a good chunk of salary cap to play with.

It's a salary cap game and you can't have a back up player on a big salary, who is past their best and have been very injury prone of late.


Don't disagree Dave as you say a 3yr deal may just be too good to turn down though the subject of relegation I imagine will also have a bearing on that as they are currently favourites for the drop.

As a club we are effectively going to be carrying a player that still has a contract as there doesn't seem many opportunties at the club for him. So for a player at the other end of their career you'd think the chance to play regular in your favoured spot would be a serious consideration but the flip side is he has a young family which makes these decisions more complicated.

I like Shaul and thinks he's been a good player for us but time moves on and in a salary capped sport sentiment has no place thats the harsh reality. Which Hull FC have for far too long been guilty of being too sentimental.
I really enjoy long walks especially when they are taken by people I don't like!
Re: Nothing Tolouse for Shaul? Fri Feb 11, 2022 11:21 am  
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I think the opportunity to take a young family to the South Of France is too good a chance to miss. If they get relegated he'll get picked up by someone else. I'd try and load a 2 year deal and go and enjoy the culture and the lifestyle. Perfect chance if his family are happy with it.
Also perfect for us to offload a good earner and save some cap. Win Win for me for both parties.
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