YOUNG UN

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About YOUNG UN

  • Birthday 09/26/1958

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  1. YOUNG UN

    Yorkshire cup

    Looks like it's York V Keighley sat Jan 05 Followed By Rams V Fev ( Double Header at Tetleys) Sunday 06 January at Odsal - Hunslet V Batley followed by Bulls V Halifax (Double Header at Odsal)
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    Gudzek and Brown

    Just read the article on Sheffield website. "needed to freshen things up after 6 years at Dewsbury", "time for a change", "want to be the best I can be". I take it money never came into it then and they would have done it for a lot less. The obvious selling point for Glover was that Keith Senior is there. Get used to him James because he''ll be out their in the centres with you for most of the matches you play in. Only difference being he''ll have a bottle in his hand most of the time and a yellow shirt on.๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
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    Jack Teanby

    Still a young lad as props go. Very enthusiastic and works hard. But still a bit green. He certainly isn't Adam Robinson, who you have just let go. He doesn't knock many over if you get my meaning.
  4. YOUNG UN

    Fans Forum

    I couldn't attend GOR either. Find it very strange nothing on here regarding the evening, especially as we now have a new coach. Very quiet indeed.๐Ÿค
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    Sean Oโ€™Loughlin to Leeds

    Different league to Ellis. Take a look.
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    Sean Oโ€™Loughlin to Leeds

    Watch the decisive try scored by Manfredi in Grand Final. Who I wonder switched the play from first receiver from going left to right? That's class. Not a Wigan or SL supporter but O'Loughlin is up there with some of the best.
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    Wish list

    A few SL assistant coaches with Champ experience and good connections. Whether they have applied or not who knows. There's certainly one or two I would settle for.
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    Wish list

    The clue is in brackets (sp)
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    San Miguel in south stand bar

    Cracking price but what time would I get in Saturday morning. It's hard enough walking up Batley Field Hill never mind getting home from downtown Windhoek after a skin full.๐Ÿ˜‚
  10. Thaler is an absolute joke. Conference standard
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    Wish list

    Apart from Jon Sharp I wouldn't be impressed with that list. Now if we could tempt Ryan Sheridan that would be a step forward. At least we would see some entertainment if Cas are anything to go by. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ Forget Sheridan contracted until end of 2020 at Cas ๐Ÿ˜Ÿ
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    Any thoughts

    For me crucial game is tonight. If Toulouse can win by 6 to 10 points it's all on. You would think London, with what's at stake, will beat Fax by a few. All the pressure is on Toronto then. Not easy to go to Headingley and not get beat by a few. Leeds will want to go out on a high and could absolutely tear Wolfpack apart. London I would guarantee to be in MPG.
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    Ned to step down..

    I don't particularly think it was the NK factor that kept us up this season. We didn't have a brilliant squad but we had enough quality to get us over the line ahead of Rochdale & Swinton. Being at the helm of a professional sports club, I am afraid, spending lots of money is a prerequisite. MS has done a fantastic job at the club but the boat has to be pushed out somewhere just to keep the status quo in what will be a very competitive division. Otherwise you end up with a club/business that nobody wants to invest in.
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    Ned to step down..

    I agree in part with some of what you say. But when a game plan is put in place and it becomes apparent after 15 minutes it isn't working, it needs to be changed. No disrespect to Neil but I don't think he reads the game like a lot of the modern day coaches do. It is always going to be difficult to come back into the game after a long lay off and be up to speed. If the game plan is wrong and it inevitably fails the players look to the coach for a plan B. If it's not forthcoming we're like rabbits in the headlights. Yes we have a tight budget and have failed to attract players but our standard of rugby has been poor all seson with no imagination. Finally no coach or manager ever leaves a job without levelling the blame at someone or something else. Neil is no different. Human nature.
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    1st September

    In my opinion we need to inject something very quickly into selling the club for next season. The way we have performed this season, the way we are finishing the season (Rochdale today) and the lack of any information as to the playing squad for next season will not entice many to be rushing to the club to buy season tickets. I would imagine that many faithful supporters are thinking it may be wise to be a solid financial club, but if next season is going to be like this season and we are not competitive or show any signs of improving the situation on the field of play then why spend our hard earned cash. Come on Dewsbury Rams give us something that may entice us to part with our money other than advertising the season ticket prices.