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fevnut

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  1. I'm a flat capper and it certainly doesn't unsettle me. There will be problems but I think it's great that we are being joined by Cornwall.
  2. fevnut has added our latest, tremendous, new signing to the ‘Fev Squad 2022: Complete Stats’ page of fevnut’s blog. Have we ever had a player with so much experience in the NRL? We don’t think so and we're very excited to see him in our team. Take a look at the career stats for all our 2022 players, including Joey, by clicking on the link below. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/11/fev-squad-2022-complete-stats.html
  3. I don't think the largest share holder is the person you are referring to.
  4. After having taken a rest from fevnut’s blog we received a request to update the ‘Fev Squad: Complete Stats’ to include all the players in our 2022 squad. So……here it is! Access the page by clicking on the link below. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/11/fev-squad-2022-complete-stas.html
  5. In one corner of the Place du Capitole there is an ice cream place called Amorino. They do fantastic cones sculpted to look like flowers. Definitely not to be missed! As a Fev supporter I have been several times and stayed at Hotel le Capitole which is well situated, near to9 the area where most reasonably behaved supporters tend to meet and near to there is a direct bus to the stadium (and, yes, I do mean their new stadium). Personally I prefer Perpignan but there is nevertheless plenty of interest in Toulouse.
  6. What about Danny Evans who had 4 spells as caretaker coach.
  7. It felt odd writing fevnut’s musings with no game this week. However, we have now completed the league season and what a year it has been with records tumbling so often. You will be amazed how many there are! We also felt it really important to recognise the achievements of Featherstone’s most capped player. Who is that – why it’s Andrea Dobson, of course, who is ending a truly remarkable career. Access musings by clicking on the link below. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/09/fevnuts-musings-28-what-league-campaign.html
  8. Greetings to our friends in Sheffield Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. Although it is primarily about Fev (obviously) fans of our opposition teams have enjoyed taking a look. This week we look at the career of one of Fev’s most iconic players of the summer era who has announced his retirement. With Fev, last Sunday, passing 1,000 points this season we put that achievement in a context of Fev’s history. Access the article by using the link below and then by using the links on the right hand side of the page you can find all sorts of information pertinent to the match coming up on Saturday, including pages about the current Sheffield squad and players who have played for both clubs and another about the history of matches between Sheffield and Fev. Looking forward to seeing some of you on Sunday. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/09/fevnuts-musings-27-liam-finn-1000.html
  9. fevnut’s musings #27: Liam Finn, and 1,000 points in a season The latest edition of fevnut’s musings has now been published. This week we look at the career of one of Fev’s most iconic players of the summer era who has announced his retirement. With Fev, last Sunday, passing 1,000 points this season we put that achievement in a context of Fev’s history. Access ‘musings’ by clicking on the link below and don't forget to use the links on the right-hand side of the page to open other interesting pages. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/09/fevnuts-musings-27-liam-finn-1000.html
  10. fevnut’s musings #26: Positions, Scrums and Milestones Every week fevnut (born in London, brought up in Notting Hill and Maida Vale!) writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. Although it is primarily about Fev (obviously) we think there are issues raised in this edition of interest to all RL fans. This week we write about the nonsensical teamsheets that are issued nowadays and put forward some arguments for the return of scrums. Access the article by using the link below and then by using the links on the right hand side of the page you can find all sorts of other pages you might like to see. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/09/fevnuts-musings-26-positions-scrums-and.html
  11. fevnut’s musings #26: Positions, Scrums and Milestones The latest edition of fevnut’s musings has now been published. This week we write about the nonsensical teamsheets that are issued nowadays and put forward some arguments for the return of scrums. We also point out a special team milestone for 2021 that might be achieved this Sunday. Access ‘musings’ by clicking on the link below and don't forget to use the links on the right-hand side of the page to open other interesting pages. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/09/fevnuts-musings-26-positions-scrums-and.html
  12. Greetings to our friends in London Every week fevnut (born in London, brought up in Notting Hill and Maida Vale!) writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. Although it is primarily about Fev (obviously) fans of our opposition teams have enjoyed taking a look. This week we write about the nonsensical teamsheets that are issued nowadays and put forward some arguments for the return of scrums. Access the article by using the link below and then by using the links on the right hand side of the page you can find all sorts of information pertinent to the match coming up on Saturday, including pages about the current London squad and players who have played for both clubs and another about the history of matches between London and Fev. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/09/fevnuts-musings-26-positions-scrums-and.html
  13. fevnut’s musings #25: Goal Kicking, Referees and Heading to the Play-offs Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. Although it is primarily about Fev (obviously) fans of our opposition teams have enjoyed taking a look. This week we look at the strange matter of very occasional goal kickers who boast a 100% success rate but the issue which will be of more general is the hugely complex issue this year of determining whether clubs have made the play-offs. We also write about a local young man who is showing great promise in rugby league. Access the article by using the link below and then by using the links on the right hand side of the page you can find all sorts of other. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/09/fevnuts-musings-25-goal-kicking.html
  14. Greetings to our friends in Halifax Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. Although it is primarily about Fev (obviously) fans of our opposition teams have enjoyed taking a look. This week we look at the strange matter of very occasional goal kickers who boast a 100% success rate. We then dive into the hugely complex issue this year of determining whether clubs have made the play-offs. We also write about a local young man who is showing great promise in rugby league. Access the article by using the link below and then by using the links on the right hand side of the page you can find all sorts of information pertinent to the match coming up on Saturday, including pages about the current Halifax squad and players who have played for both clubs and another about the history of matches between Halifax and Fev. Looking forward to seeing some of you on Sunday. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/09/fevnuts-musings-25-goal-kicking.html
  15. fevnut’s musings #25: Goal Kicking, Referees and Heading to the Play-offs The latest edition of fevnut’s musings has now been published. This week we look at the strange matter of very occasional goal kickers who boast a 100% success rate. We then dive into the hugely complex issue this year of determining whether clubs have made the play-offs. We also write about a local young man who is showing great promise in rugby league. Access ‘musings’ by clicking on the link below and don't forget to use the links on the right-hand side of the page to open other interesting pages. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/09/fevnuts-musings-25-goal-kicking.html
  16. fevnut’s musings #24: Strength in depth, James Harrison – Time traveller and Alex Walker The latest edition of fevnut’s musings has now been published. This week we write about the strength in depth of our squad, an intriguing piece of (almost certainly) misinformation about James Harrison and how fears raised about Alex Walker are unfounded. We also record some further milestones achieved last week. Access ‘musings’ by clicking on the link below and don't forget to use the links on the right-hand side of the page to open other interesting pages. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/08/fevnuts-musings-24-strength-in-depth.html
  17. Greetings to our friends in Oldham Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. Although it is primarily about Fev (obviously) fans of our opposition teams have enjoyed taking a look. This week we write about the strength in depth of our squad, an intriguing piece of (almost certainly) misinformation about James Harrison and how fears raised about Alex Walker are unfounded. We also record some further milestones achieved last week. Access the article by using the link below and then by using the links on the right hand side of the page you can find all sorts of information pertinent to the match coming up on Saturday, including pages about the current Oldham squad and players who have played for both clubs and another about the history of matches between Oldham and Fev. Looking forward to seeing some of you on Sunday. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/08/fevnuts-musings-24-strength-in-depth.html
  18. Greetings to our friends in Dewsbury Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. Although it is primarily about Fev (obviously) fans of our opposition teams have enjoyed taking a look. This week we note 2 player milestones achieved last week and 2 more that might come this week. This week we consider the difference between first and second halves of our last two games, an absolutely remarkable winning run in league games at home, trips to Cumbria and Dewsbury’s win last week. Access the article by using the link below and then by using the links on the right hand side of the page you can find all sorts of information pertinent to the match coming up on Saturday, including pages about the current Dewsbury squad and players who have played for both clubs and another about the history of matches between Dewsbury and Fev. Looking forward to seeing some of you on Sunday. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/08/fevnuts-musings-23.html
  19. fevnut’s musings #23: Two halves, Fortress Post Office Road, Cumbria and Dewsbury The latest edition of fevnut’s musings has now been published. This week we consider the difference between the first and second halves of our last two games, an amazing winning run in league games at home, trips to Cumbria and Dewsbury’s win last week. Access ‘musings’ by clicking on the link below and don't forget to use the links on the right-hand side of the page to open other interesting pages. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/08/fevnuts-musings-23.html
  20. fevnut’s musings #22: Milestones, Young player development, Abuse of referees and Alex Sutcliffe Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. Although it is primarily about Fev (obviously) we thought that those that like to think about pertinent current issues in rugby league might like to take a look. There are sections of our latest article that consider whether the current structures can possibly be fit for the development of young talent (particularly outside the few academies) and we also look at the abuse of referees as we wonder whether it’s time to take action beyond the token announcements over club sound systems. Access the article by clicking on the link below. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/08/fevnuts-musings-22-milestones-sweeting.html
  21. Greetings to our friends in York Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. Although it is primarily about Fev (obviously) fans of our opposition teams have enjoyed taking a look. This week we note 2 player milestones achieved last week and 2 more that might come this week. We also question whether the current structures are fir for purpose regarding the development of young players and use the example of Jake Sweeting’s games this year. Is it either funny or clever to abuse referees? Finally we welcome back Alex Sutcliffe and pose the dilemma facing James Webster. Access the article by using the link below and then by using the links on the right hand side of the page you can find all sorts of information pertinent to the match coming up on Saturday, including pages about the current York squad and players who have played for both clubs and another about the history of matches between York and Fev. Looking forward to seeing some of you on Saturday. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/08/fevnuts-musings-22-milestones-sweeting.html
  22. fevnut’s musings #22: Milestones, Young player development, Abuse of referees and Alex Sutcliffe The latest edition of fevnut’s musings has now been published. This week we note 2 player milestones achieved last week and 2 more that might come this week. We also question whether the current structures are fir for purpose regarding the development of young players and use the example of Jake Sweeting’s games this year. Is it either funny or clever to abuse referees? Finally we welcome back Alex Sutcliffe and pose the dilemma facing James Webster. Access ‘musings’ by clicking on the link below and don't forget to use the links on the right-hand side of the page to open other interesting pages. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/08/fevnuts-musings-22-milestones-sweeting.html
  23. Greetings to all our rugby league friends The latest edition of fevnut’s musings has now been published and we think it is the most important one we have ever written! Although it is primarily about Fev (obviously) fans of our opposition teams have enjoyed taking a look. This week we write about upcoming player milestones (including a Batley one!) and our game against Toulouse. After that we turn our attention to the World Cup and finally (and this is the really important section) consider where rugby league should be heading from 2023. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/08/fevnuts-musings-21-milestones-toulouse.html
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