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Re: The clear out begins : Sat Apr 13, 2024 7:07 am  
We need to be looking at moving Tuimavave out or upstairs. He's been finished for years and taking up massive amounts of cap. No wonder this club is in such a mess
Re: The clear out begins : Sat Apr 13, 2024 8:43 am  
Sebasteeno wrote:
We need to be looking at moving Tuimavave out or upstairs. He's been finished for years and taking up massive amounts of cap. No wonder this club is in such a mess


Crazy how much he must be on, when he signed he was a decent SL centre, but to think what we offered him for a 4 year deal, even if Pearson was stretching the truth, must be over 150k
Re: The clear out begins : Sun Apr 14, 2024 6:59 am  
Dave K. wrote:
Crazy how much he must be on, when he signed he was a decent SL centre, but to think what we offered him for a 4 year deal, even if Pearson was stretching the truth, must be over 150k


Crazy to think we are still paying him that salary when his appearances this season will probably not reach double figures?
Re: The clear out begins : Sun Apr 14, 2024 7:42 am  
An absolute ludicrous decision to tie down an average SL centre with an injury record to 4 years on a decent wedge of the cap.

Those deals should go out only to the likes of a French, Field a la Wigan.

Players who if left would weaken your competitive chances and enhance the prospects of the buying team.
Re: The clear out begins : Sun Apr 14, 2024 11:48 am  
Sebasteeno wrote:
We need to be looking at moving Tuimavave out or upstairs. He's been finished for years and taking up massive amounts of cap. No wonder this club is in such a mess


Give him a white coat ,He's been in sickbay longer than any junior doctor so he must have picked up some knowledge .
Re: The clear out begins : Sun Apr 14, 2024 2:30 pm  
davey41 wrote:
Crazy to think we are still paying him that salary when his appearances this season will probably not reach double figures?


Maybe a better option as an Interim DOR than going for Myler giving the club time to really do their homework
Re: The clear out begins : Sun Apr 14, 2024 2:51 pm  
Dave K. wrote:
I'd doubt the club would be saying he was going home for a family lllmess if it wasn't true.


Strange that he unfollowed the club on social media. You can understand Hoy doing it out of anger at being sacked but if Brown's split is amicable why do it ?
Re: The clear out begins : Sun Apr 14, 2024 2:53 pm  
steve_norton wrote:
Strange that he unfollowed the club on social media. You can understand Hoy doing it out of anger at being sacked but if Brown's split is amicable why do it ?


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?
Re: The clear out begins : Sun Apr 14, 2024 2:54 pm  
B0NES wrote:
Give him a white coat ,He's been in sickbay longer than any junior doctor so he must have picked up some knowledge .


Surprised we can't get a doctor to sign off his injury as career ending so he can get an insurance payout and everyone is happy. Like they did with Talanoa.
Re: The clear out begins : Sun Apr 14, 2024 2:59 pm  
bonaire wrote:
Maybe a better option as an Interim DOR than going for Myler giving the club time to really do their homework


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.
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