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Thanks for that, such words of wisdom.

I'm sure they were, but I didn't notice them formulate a sentence at any point.

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so if cas were in danger of swapping divions with fev do think they would be signing players like lee gilmour? and dont u think it would make the basis of what is after all SPORT more interesting, cas on the radio today already conceded the sl this year is already over and the cup may be a glimmer of hope, am sure it wouldnt be over if the trap door was waiting.

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so if cas were in danger of swapping divions with fev do think they would be signing players like lee gilmour? and dont u think it would make the basis of what is after all SPORT more interesting, cas on the radio today already conceded the sl this year is already over and the cup may be a glimmer of hope, am sure it wouldnt be over if the trap door was waiting.

Give me a hour to work it out, and i'll get back to you.

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Why should Salford take on a coach who has failed at his last few clubs, even as Leigh coach he didn't exactly set the world alight.

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Why should Salford take on a coach who has failed at his last few clubs, even as Leigh coach he didn't exactly set the world alight.

 

whatever, this thread is named "bright future for castleford" well if that means milling about in the lower half of limbo land sl for the next 10years, going in to administration during that time, getting a reputation for having the worst ground and most banned bottle throwing spectators in sl then i bet millwards glad hes gone.

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Why should Salford take on a coach who has failed at his last few clubs, even as Leigh coach he didn't exactly set the world alight.

Leigh won silverware under him though and didn't they come something like second in the league?  Saints did great under him.  Only Wigan fans moan about him but I think that is really because we beat them 75-0 while he was in charge.

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Nt half as happy as we are that he's gone. Ramblings of a bitter Fev fan by the looks of it, even though you've nothing to be bitter about. Grow up.

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Nt half as happy as we are that he's gone. Ramblings of a bitter Fev fan by the looks of it, even though you've nothing to be bitter about. Grow up.

not a fev fan at all- just dont see the point of sacking a coach when he has a 4th rate squad, i have 2 eggs in the fridge but i cant make a cake with out the other stuff.

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Leigh won silverware under him though and didn't they come something like second in the league?  Saints did great under him.  Only Wigan fans moan about him but I think that is really because we beat them 75-0 while he was in charge.

 

if he's that good, maybe your motto should be " Don't say Brown, say Millward"  :D

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whoever takes the job . kear powell or whoever is taking over a ###### team thats just ticking over in sl- a result of of the lack of the relegation fight, "we cant be relegated so lets hope for best" millward is good for the game and has great vision for sl, cas  however have become yet another championship team stuck in sl limbo in the lower half of the table yet again, hope dr loadacash takes him to salford he would do well there.

If there was relegation there would be embarrassing scenarios like signing a 38yo nobody Brad Davis (made SL look like a laughing stock) and none of the young players would have been given a chance.

No, Relegation is not the answer. More cash is.

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if he's that good, maybe your motto should be " Don't sat Brown, say Millward" :D

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I know next to nothing about the management and financial regimes at Castleford.

However, I know that ever since Stuart Raper left, they've never looked like a club that was organised and going places.

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In case it hasn't yet been posted on this thread, here is the pertinent, official

Castleford Tigers media release.

Castleford Tigers has parted company with Head Coach Ian Millward and Assistant Coach Stuart Donlan.

A run of seven straight defeats has left the Tigers bottom of the Super League table with three points from eleven games.

Following a meeting with Ian Millward, both parties agreed that he should relinquish his position as Head Coach.

After a promising start to the 2013 season, recent results have been unacceptable for all concerned, including sponsors and supporters.

The Club would like to thank Ian for his services and wish him all the best for the future.

Assistant Coach, Danny Orr, will take temporary charge of the first team. The Club will make an announcement regarding a new Head Coach in due course.

ENDS

Brett Cullen

Media Relations Officer

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whoever takes the job . kear powell or whoever is taking over a ###### team thats just ticking over in sl- a result of of the lack of the relegation fight, "we cant be relegated so lets hope for best" millward is good for the game and has great vision for sl, cas  however have become yet another championship team stuck in sl limbo in the lower half of the table yet again, hope dr loadacash takes him to salford he would do well there.

hi Mick,

Don't know why I'm bothering but our squad is not half as bad as your grammar.

In what way is Millward "good for the game"

Tell me who you support and let me know if you'd swap your current coach for Millward

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Will this rule Chase out of England contention then? You know, since he won't even have a work permit to play over here!

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not a fev fan at all- just dont see the point of sacking a coach when he has a 4th rate squad, i have 2 eggs in the fridge but i cant make a cake with out the other stuff.

 

 

You have two eggs in the fridge, but do you have your chairs at home? B)

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You have two eggs in the fridge, but do you have your chairs at home? B)

He's 4 eggs short of a carton

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Millward gone was a condition of the coming take over as is the removal of a couple of other non playing individuals one mentioned in the op

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Watching Cas in the last few weeks has been like a re run of the Salford situation. I hope it all coms good for them,

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Watching Cas in the last few weeks has been like a re run of the Salford situation. I hope it all coms good for them,

 

I echo that. Good luck, Cas.

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I read somewhere that a couple of the new management arrivals were recruited from Coca-Cola. Either they'll bring a seriously professional approach to RL or the culture shock will drive them nuts.

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