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Re: The clear out begins : Sun Apr 14, 2024 3:00 pm  
Dave K. wrote:
Think he was also annoyed and frustrating with the clumber, maybe Smith, Pearson alluded to that in his interview, think the illness and pull from partner was the final straw.

Who are these people sitting in social media to see who unfollows and follows the club?


Sad sods…thank god I aren’t on any form of social media
Re: The clear out begins : Sun Apr 14, 2024 3:51 pm  
Sao's doing a signing session next week so I doubt the club would send him to do that if he was off.
Re: The clear out begins : Sun Apr 14, 2024 3:58 pm  
B0NES wrote:
Sao's doing a signing session next week so I doubt the club would send him to do that if he was off.



Presume that’s signing cheques to pay the several fines he’s clocked up this season, as opposed to autographs.

Not the greatest PR move by the club. Would have thought Sao would have wanted to keep a low profile after laughing his head off straight after being thrashed and sin binned twice v Huddersfield.
Re: The clear out begins : Sun Apr 14, 2024 3:59 pm  
B0NES wrote:
Sao's doing a signing session next week so I doubt the club would send him to do that if he was off.


Didn't Tony Smith give Tex Hoy his marching orders last week only to receive his own later in the week? Never underestimate what this club can do! :lol:
Re: The clear out begins : Sun Apr 14, 2024 7:51 pm  
The games afoot wrote:
We all have our thoughts on Myler as DOR and it may work or not but why don’t you try backing him and see how he goes.Radlinski got some stick at the beginning of his reign at Wigan and what contacts did he have apart from the Wigan name….Blease at Salford..what contacts did he have down under as he was a average player and Kirkpatrick at Wire gets some right stick off their fans and look at their recruitment….all the above 3 were novices in the role and I’d say Myler had a better career than Blease and Kirkpatrick so may have good contacts.


Like several others i did that with Okunbor then the reality kicked in quickly
Re: The clear out begins : Sun Apr 14, 2024 7:58 pm  
bonaire wrote:
Like several others i did that with Okunbor then the reality kicked in quickly



Who would you bring in as DoR moany? You never did tell us?

See Shaul made a great transition to hooker just like you prophesied
Re: The clear out begins : Mon Apr 15, 2024 6:06 am  
Good post at the weekend from Brown, also been told he didn't take any severance payment from the club, seems a really good person, hope it works out for him, just the wrong time for both him and the club.
Re: The clear out begins : Mon Apr 15, 2024 6:21 am  
Brown was always the one behind the sticks giving encouragement I noticed (especially to the younger players).
Seems like a good individual.

Shame it didn’t work out and good luck to him.
Re: The clear out begins : Mon Apr 15, 2024 4:17 pm  
Good on Brown for his attitude on leaving, but after watching him in almost every appearance, he was never the answer for our future hooking vacancy, occasionally ran, occasionally tackled, virtually no influence on our go forward, which you need from a nine, and especially a quota nine/halfback.

But as I said, total respect for his response to leaving us, he seems a nice guy.
Re: The clear out begins : Mon Apr 15, 2024 5:34 pm  
How refreshing to see someone in our game and in the circumstances he finds himself in responding as he did, he was never the answer to our problems since we had so many it's doubtful anyone would be! But it shows a lot of style for me and I wish him good luck.
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