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Re: Shopping List 2023 : Mon Jun 27, 2022 12:59 pm  
i dont think hoy will sign this week.i think newcastle will play him at fb.regarding trueman possibly coming this week.cas fans usually get a sniff if out pending.theres nothing on their message board today.hope im wrong ,but im having doubts on any incomings this week.
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Mon Jun 27, 2022 1:20 pm  
Rocknrolla69er wrote:
It's called planning, if he's deemed not good enough and you want to let him go, you sort a replacement ......


Hardly rocket science, when clearly we lack any creativity without Connor.

The fact Reynolds wasn't good enough is irrelevant, the fact we're now still without creative pivots sadly is relevant.......
What's relevant is mostly all where saying get rid send him home. Never play again for hull. Play the young ones. Hardly Rocket Science to now complain when that's what most wanted. If we had kept Reynolds and played him well the meltdown. Don't remember anyone saying keep playing him till we have a replacement. Read the comments after the Cats game about Reynolds. Regardless of any incoming players most thought he should never play for Hull again.
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Tue Jun 28, 2022 3:25 am  
Little known facts about Tex Hoy.

His father was a world class sportsman in a sport bigger than RL - surfing.

His father was best friends with Andrew Johns in the days they were the two highest profile sportsmen in Newcastle.

Tex grew up playing RL in the backyard with Matt Johns' sons, Jack and Cooper, who are both now NRL players.

Tex was the youngest guy to get a Newcastle Knights junior contract at age 13. In his junior career he won a minor premiership in under 20s and represented NSW as fullback at under 20s level.

He has had a very similar junior career to Carlos Tuimavave - both played anywhere from 1-7 in champion junior sides - both made rep sides as juniors - both played a lot of 5/8 and fullback in Newcastle Knights reserve grade and both struggled to crack firstgrade, largely because they didn't specialise in any position. They are about the same size as well.
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Tue Jun 28, 2022 6:51 am  
hull2524 wrote:
What's relevant is mostly all where saying get rid send him home. Never play again for hull. Play the young ones. Hardly Rocket Science to now complain when that's what most wanted. If we had kept Reynolds and played him well the meltdown. Don't remember anyone saying keep playing him till we have a replacement. Read the comments after the Cats game about Reynolds. Regardless of any incoming players most thought he should never play for Hull again.


So your saying just because the forum didn't say sign a replacement, the club are justified in not organising a replacement, despite our most creative player injured for 3 months and the chance of freeing up a spot via Reynolds, are you abit daft?

You'd expect any club with an ounce of brains to evaluate the situation, and realise we need a replacement.

As I said we should of been looking at bringing someone in as soon as Connor was injured, given what we've seen his season
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Tue Jun 28, 2022 7:40 am  
Tex Hoy starts for Newcastle at fullback this week
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Tue Jun 28, 2022 7:53 am  
https://marathonstadium.com/threads/202 ... 39/page-34

Some more opinions Hoy from Newcastle fans
https://marathonstadium.com/threads/202 ... 39/page-34

Some more opinions Hoy from Newcastle fans
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Tue Jun 28, 2022 9:20 am  
Rocknrolla69er wrote:
So your saying just because the forum didn't say sign a replacement, the club are justified in not organising a replacement, despite our most creative player injured for 3 months and the chance of freeing up a spot via Reynolds, are you abit daft?

You'd expect any club with an ounce of brains to evaluate the situation, and realise we need a replacement.

As I said we should of been looking at bringing someone in as soon as Connor was injured, given what we've seen his season


How do you, or anyone else, know that they haven't been trying to get someone.
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Tue Jun 28, 2022 9:27 am  
Will we get some positive news from the club today, the last time something positive happened was the win against Wigan, since then on and off the field (academy apart) its just been bad.

The club are really distant from the fans at the moment.
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Tue Jun 28, 2022 9:53 am  
We might not have anything to announce.... flip side is waiting for the 6pm twitter post for some positive news only for it to be plugging the new magic shirt is pretty depressing.

We're desperate for some spark in the spine
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Tue Jun 28, 2022 10:17 am  
Rocknrolla69er wrote:
So your saying just because the forum didn't say sign a replacement, the club are justified in not organising a replacement, despite our most creative player injured for 3 months and the chance of freeing up a spot via Reynolds, are you abit daft?

You'd expect any club with an ounce of brains to evaluate the situation, and realise we need a replacement.

As I said we should of been looking at bringing someone in as soon as Connor was injured, given what we've seen his season
No need for personal insults. Just because we have our own opinions doesn't justify breaking forum rules. We don't know what the club was or wasn't doing regarding bringing someone in. We don't know the circumstances and if a replacement was being lined up. It's all guess work. Unless of course your one of those in the magic loop
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