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TheTerminator

Member Since 26 May 2007
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In Topic: Leigh Away

21 April 2015 - 09:29 PM

Leigh 70 Batley 12.

In Topic: Money spinning tie

19 April 2015 - 07:06 PM

Perhaps if we draw a big club we can use the money we make to reinforce our squad.

In Topic: more bad news

17 April 2015 - 11:31 PM

I'd say that the really 'genuine' fans are the ones who aren't afraid to challenge, state their opinions and express their disappointment - as opposed to the sycophantic 'happy clappers' who won't/daren't say a word against anything.
Just to reiterate, as a 'genuine' fan of the club, I'm hugely disappointed that, whilst all of our rivals are currently strengthening with quality, experienced players, we've signed a young amateur player who didn't stand out for me at all during pre-season. I'd also like to add that, if Jacob Morgan is the only player we are able to add to our squad at a time of relative desperation (especially when other rival clubs are recruiting quality and experience), then our status as a Championship club will soon be under real threat.
I could lie and say; 'Wow! Fantastic! Well done to all concerned!". However, I don't feel that way whatsoever.
Seriously, this week our Heavy Woollen rivals have signed a former NRL halfback who would have been ideal for us, Doncaster have signed a prop who was playing NRL in 2014 (and a former England wingman last week), and Whitehaven have today recruited two forwards from Leigh who were in Super League last season.
I sincerely hope that we get to experience some excitement very soon.

In Topic: more bad news

17 April 2015 - 06:39 PM

yep , was one of our 3 trialists pre season , full back / wing

If this is the best we can do, then I really fear for us.

In Topic: more bad news

16 April 2015 - 07:52 PM

Of course they have. They finished a lot higher thane we did last season, and spent very little on recruitment this season.

Neither did we. We signed unknowns, a few journeyman, untried kids and three Whitehaven players.
We've been playing at a higher level than Doncaster for the majority of the last decade and a half. Shouldn't we naturally be in a better financial position than them - regardless of 2014 prize money?
Doesn't having our own ground enable us to raise more revenue than clubs who don't?