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Tomkins to NRL?


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#41 Wellsy4HullFC

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Posted 18 September 2013 - 10:25 PM

Where are the big money offers from all these clubs around the world all desperate to have him in the team? Did all the NRL teams bid for him?

Maybe they already have full backs or don't have the space in the cap.

Believe me, if a club needed a full back, had the money, and Tomkins was available, they'd be mad not to sign him.
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#42 Oracle

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Posted 19 September 2013 - 12:45 AM

Looking forward to seeing him out here next season. Just wish he's have signed for the Sharks


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#43 redjonn

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Posted 19 September 2013 - 11:53 AM

Maybe they already have full backs or don't have the space in the cap.

Believe me, if a club needed a full back, had the money, and Tomkins was available, they'd be mad not to sign him.

 

Spot on and any NRL club and coaches would no doubt be looking to further develop him given he is still relatively young and would take account of his strengths and weaknesses and being aware his current capabilities and potential.

 

I not saying one way or the other but I would have thought that NRL team and coaches given they believe their higher levels feel they can achieve more with the players than they perceive SL can.






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