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2 hours ago, Terrybill said:

exel spreadsheet preferably with a dash of colour and maybe a few approprite emoji's

I would just cut & paste onto here. I do like a good spreadsheet though. I tend to keep colour to an absolute minimum if at all. Im struggling to think of any appropriate emojis for such a list. Can you help out?  Player by player obviously.

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I'm guessing the colour is down to 'Yorkshireness' and print cost implications, I live in a monchrome world and if there's no appropriate emojis lets go inappropriate.  I've tried cutting and pasting and the paste just blurs the screen

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a v too much

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2 hours ago, Les Tonks Sidestep said:

A few more (just for Terry):

Dom Brambani Batley to Hunslet, Colton Roche Bradford to Newcastle and Sam Smeaton Batley to Doncaster

Im amazed all those three are still going. They seem to have been around for ages

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2 minutes ago, silverback said:

make a few more pages with ex fev players who have stayed were they are.. flanny for one.:kolobok_superman:

Probably the best of the gang of four John Bastian brought in from Batley.

That went well didn't it?😂

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9 minutes ago, Robin Evans said:

Im amazed all those three are still going. They seem to have been around for ages

Whereas Brambani (34) and Smeaton (31) can probably be considered to be at the veteran stage Roche is only 26 but has had 11 moves (9 different clubs) since signing for Leeds in 2009.....

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9 minutes ago, Robin Evans said:

Probably the best of the gang of four John Bastian brought in from Batley.

That went well didn't it?😂

Flanagan, Hirst, Moore and Liam Walmsley (whatever happened to him?). Not quite Day and Harrison are they?

The funny thing is, the year we signed that quartet, we missed out on John Davies, who had been Batley's best player by all acounts that year.

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48 minutes ago, Robin Evans said:

I don't think he played in a first team fixture for fev did he? 

I seem to remember him being permanently injured although I think he did play in a couple of friendlies? He returned to Dewsbury Celtic a few years ago.

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Broke his arm Liam then embroiled in dispute with you at the time regarding treatment costs and contractual restraints. Think he wasn't allowed to play or leave etc...

Incidentally now a qualified radiographer and hung boots up last season. Good lad but obv his little brother took the meat 


'Shaw cross juniors, Birkenshaw, Mirfield, Heckmondwike Panthers, Stainland Stags and then the Heavy woolen donkeys... WARDY, STOZZA, GT, KARL OR KEAR MUST OF DROPPED A DIGIT FROM MY MOBILE NUMBER! :clapping:

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Where will he end up next, as long as it not at POR

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17 hours ago, Les Tonks Sidestep said:

Sam Barlow to Bradford

Only Sam could spend 4 years out of the game and turn up for a club massively out of shape. You would have thought he would have been itching to get back.

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18 minutes ago, The Blues Ox said:

Only Sam could spend 4 years out of the game and turn up for a club massively out of shape. You would have thought he would have been itching to get back.

Probably thought he wasn't allowed to exercise whilst banned. 😂😂😂

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1 hour ago, The Blues Ox said:

Only Sam could spend 4 years out of the game and turn up for a club massively out of shape. You would have thought he would have been itching to get back.

Only turned up like Murrell does every week

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54 minutes ago, The Blues Ox said:

Only Sam could spend 4 years out of the game and turn up for a club massively out of shape. You would have thought he would have been itching to get back.

TBF there's being in shape and being in shape to play RL at Championship level.... particularly at 31 (almost 32), after 4 years out and unable to partake in any training with sports clubs until very recently. 

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On 07/12/2019 at 08:42, Les Tonks Sidestep said:

TBF there's being in shape and being in shape to play RL at Championship level.... particularly at 31 (almost 32), after 4 years out and unable to partake in any training with sports clubs until very recently. 

Unfortunatley it seems he was in neither shape. TBF to Bradford it could be a good signing for them if they can manage to get him anything like as they will be scraping the barrel when it comes to players and we all know that Sam has the potential to be a very good player.

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