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Another duel registration thread and effects on juniors

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In today's Guardian (paragraph 2) Hull FC's Lee Radford tells that if Jamie Shaul hadn't received his senior call up this weekend because of injuries then he would have had no were to play because Championship clubs are reluctant to take on SL juniors for one off games.

http://www.guardian....son?CMP=twt_gu

I totally agree with the Championship clubs stance and it shows that the RFL must have a re-think on junior players development ,

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The SL clubs are the ones who got it wrong

They went against RFL advice to try & save a few quid

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Just one example of where it all falls apart. One club wants one thing and they assume the other club wants it too.

It won't last long in this form.

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If it wasn't an RFL decision then I apologize but its still a decision that must be reversed.

No, the RFL didn't want it.

The RFL have no power to decide anything beyond what's delegated to them by the clubs.

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If it wasn't an RFL decision then I apologize, but it still a decision that must be reversed.

http://www.therfl.co...ation-timelines

I should of read this first :rolleyes:

No apology required

Just typical SL clubs not seeing bigger picture

Whatever they save by not running a team they will have lost by losing players who may have made it this season or next etc

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A Warrington player broke his leg playing for Swinton this week. I'm sure this was not a welcome outcome from the dual registration system.

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A Warrington player broke his leg playing for Swinton this week. I'm sure this was not a welcome outcome from the dual registration system.

Oh come on, that has absolutely nothing top do with dual reg. What a ridiculous thing to say.

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A Warrington player broke his leg playing for Swinton this week. I'm sure this was not a welcome outcome from the dual registration system.

Seriously? Would he not of broke his leg if he was on loan or playing for an A team.

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A Warrington player broke his leg playing for Swinton this week. I'm sure this was not a welcome outcome from the dual registration system.

well that's dual reg for you isn't it?

if it wasn't for DR, players wouldn't break their legs, anybody knows that.

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I'm very dubious about dual reg, what's wrong with the loan system? Not sure what is being gained.

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The SL clubs are the ones who got it wrong

They went against RFL advice to try & save a few quid

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Can I register this one please?

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Cheers Pete. ;)

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I'm very dubious about dual reg, what's wrong with the loan system? Not sure what is being gained.

You can just lend/borrow players for a shorter time basically. They turn up half an hour before the game and get introduced to their team mates.

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In today's Guardian (paragraph 2) Hull FC's Lee Radford tells that if Jamie Shaul hadn't received his senior call up this weekend because of injuries then he would have had no were to play because Championship clubs are reluctant to take on SL juniors for one off games.

http://www.guardian....son?CMP=twt_gu

I totally agree with the Championship clubs stance and it shows that the RFL must have a re-think on junior players development ,

He's a player with a lot of potential, but Gary Thornton has already brought in a very good full back in Tom Carr, so York didn't need him.

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A Warrington player broke his leg playing for Swinton this week. I'm sure this was not a welcome outcome from the dual registration system.

Actually,he broke his ankle.You got it wrong,again.

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Actually,he broke his ankle.You git it wrong,again.

Bit harsh.

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You can just lend/borrow players for a shorter time basically. They turn up half an hour before the game and get introduced to their team mates.

that sounds particularly ######

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I'm massively against dual reg, it does'nt serve anyone except the financial directors and accountants of Sl clubs.

In terms of junior developments its one of the biggest backward steps I can ever recall in 4 decades of being involved.

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that sounds particularly ######

To be fair, I've probably exaggerated.

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Saints were the club that were strongly opposed to scrapping the u21's, Leeds (Gary Hetherington) was not surprisingly in the other camp and wanted to get rid. After a lot if discussion, Leeds got their own way. Sadly it appears Hetherington's powers of persuasion are strong when it comes to telling other clubs what they need.

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