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Re: The Hooker conundrum Tue Jul 16, 2019 1:52 pm  

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I tend to agree with most of these comments. But here's a thought....

Hall to FB, bring Shaw back and Quinlan to hooker?

Personally, we've just looked a different team since Quinlan came back so Lee and Atkin, whilst not ideal, might be OK.
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Re: The Hooker conundrum Tue Jul 16, 2019 3:49 pm  

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Depending on how they look in training, I’d want us to keep it simple and start with Lee (better hooker) or Addy (more versatile returning from the bench). Then let Atkin take over at 9 for most or all of the rest of the match, when he comes on.
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Re: The Hooker conundrum Tue Jul 16, 2019 4:49 pm  

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Re: The Hooker conundrum Tue Jul 16, 2019 5:36 pm  

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Why not approach Hull FC about a loan deal for Litten.
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Re: The Hooker conundrum Wed Jul 17, 2019 3:39 pm  

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How many loan players can you have in a season, think it's up to 5 so far this season isn't it?

COHA hasn't really helped out either Hull team, just hope it doesn't take too long to repair the damage
Re: The Hooker conundrum Wed Jul 17, 2019 4:43 pm  

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How many loan players can you have in a season, think it's up to 5 so far this season isn't it?

COHA hasn't really helped out either Hull team, just hope it doesn't take too long to repair the damage


I think it might be 5 at any one time.

I’m not massively optimistic about a flood of talent emerging from COHA, but it is early to judge its productivity/legacy. And tbf it wasn’t like the four years before that were massively productive for Rovers own system. Bardle, Rooks and Harrison did okay for forwards their age in difficult circumstances, and Lewis is getting good reviews in Championship 1. The next step is often the most difficult.

I saw Hull might be looking to spread the net wider in their new youth and development system. Sounds like a good idea to me, in principle at least.
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