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#21 Stag Fan

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Posted 06 January 2014 - 06:17 PM

I hope Bronco's dont push too many youngsters in too quickly just to make a team up, that will do the lads no good at all. They have a lot of good lads but I question whether they would be ready for a full season of super league.


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#22 THE RED ROOSTER

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Posted 06 January 2014 - 06:44 PM

Ian Ramsdale has a picture from the first training session. Whoever is in the Pink bib has an unorthodox passing technique.....

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The clubs influx of youngry players from down under will be revealed on their entirity soon. I use the word youngry in tribute to ex-Tampa Bay Bucaneers Coach Raheem Morris who mangled the English language at an NFL Fan rally in Trafalgar Square by using the word youngry to descrtibe his young and hungry charges at the Bucs in the 2011 NFL season. Having gone 4-12 on the season Rah got the "tin-tak".deprioving us all of his unique linguistic skills

 

Still as Gus is reading this apparently, and has stated that the club wants young and hungry players, perhaps his next call to Martyn Sadler will be to invite LPL to the press conference they will be holding at The Hive to reveal the clubs new youngry (and cheap) signings who have just arrived from Heathrow in about two weeks....


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#23 gutterfax

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Posted 06 January 2014 - 09:16 PM

I have a double barrelled name dating back 350+ years, but posh has never been a phrase to describe me :tongue:

 

The development of players from the SE and London needs to be protected at all costs.....it is starting to show promise with some of the kids coming through.







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