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RockNRolla wrote:
Have to agree. The fact that a new deal hasn’t been announced yet makes me wonder if he could be on his way.
He doesn't need a new deal, we just have to activate the year option that was in our favour.
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davey41 wrote:
The more people are talking about Lovodua, even Dan Tomlinson is asking the same questions now, the more I am thinking he won’t be here next season?

If he isn’t going to be hooker then get rid and sign someone who is.


If Houghton leaves use Lovodua's quota spot and replace him with a specialist hooker.

If Houghton stays keep Smith (if he goes ok) as a replacement for Lovodua and play him from the bench and gradually ease Balmforth in.

Smith offers far better utility value then Lovodua as well.

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Marcus's Bicycle wrote:
If Houghton leaves use Lovodua's quota spot and replace him with a specialist hooker.

If Houghton stays keep Smith (if he goes ok) as a replacement for Lovodua and play him from the bench and gradually ease Balmforth in.

Smith offers far better utility value then Lovodua as well.


Totally agree :DANCE:

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Rugby Raider wrote:
I’d play Jake at Loose Forward.

It would give him licence to join the line where he wants and create the chances he does.

We don’t have a ball handling Loose Forward and we need more pace at Full Back and Centre.


Funniest thing I have ever read.

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spegs wrote:
Rugby Raider wrote:
I’d play Jake at Loose Forward.

It would give him licence to join the line where he wants and create the chances he does.

We don’t have a ball handling Loose Forward and we need more pace at Full Back and Centre.


Funniest thing I have ever read.


I'm wondering whether he'll even be here next season
I really enjoy long walks especially when they are taken by people I don't like!

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ideal position for jake is loose foreward,biggest mistake rl did was phasing out ball playing 13s.he would be perfect there.

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I'd be tempted to let him go....

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Irregs#16 wrote:
I'd be tempted to let him go....


Finances may dictate if JC stays or goes. Isn't NRL standard but there has been a tentative enquiry from a team West of the Pennines, which as far as i aware hasn't been followed up.

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We'd be relegation fodder if it wasn't for Connor this season
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Irregs#16 wrote:
I'd be tempted to let him go....


That’s because of a deal which would help us financially, or is it Connor causing the disruption in the dressing room you posted a few days back, please elaborate.
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