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Third club of the season for Mr Braham. Odd that he would choose to sign for Doncaster after leaving us because the journey from Leeds to Keighley was too much for him. 

Edit, turns out he lives in Doncaster anyway 

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I don’t see a big deal here. 

He must have been doing an approx four hours round trip each week for training and for matches. That’s on top of whatever his proper job is. If he lives in Doncaster, his travel is cut right down and he has time for other things away from the sport. 

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   Good little club Hunslet who have never recovered from the days when their directors sold them down the river by selling Parkside.They do right to move on if a player dosn't want to play for the club he will not give his best.Glad to see Hunslet broke away from the Feeder club for Rhinos they have a proud heritage.Clubs like Hunslet offer players not good enough for S.L. a chance to progress and enjoy Rugby rather than pack the game in.

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21 minutes ago, BD20Cougar said:

Third club of the season for Mr Braham. Odd that he would choose to sign for Doncaster after leaving us because the journey from Leeds to Keighley was too much for him. 

Edit, turns out he lives in Doncaster anyway 

 

26 minutes ago, BD20Cougar said:

Third club of the season for Mr Braham. Odd that he would choose to sign for Doncaster after leaving us because the journey from Leeds to Keighley was too much for him. 

Edit, turns out he lives in Doncaster anyway 

Keighley signed him from Moorends

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Dishonesty in rugby league, and a toothless tiger for a governing body demonstrating zilch interest in improving things, and giving positive vibes out to an ever more ambivalent fanbase.         

                                                                                                   Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.

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     No reserves,but resilience,persistence and determination are omnipotent.                       

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44 minutes ago, Angelic Cynic said:

Dishonesty in rugby league, and a toothless tiger for a governing body demonstrating zilch interest in improving things, and giving positive vibes out to an ever more ambivalent fanbase.         

                                                                                                   Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.

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As everyday passes the RFL get more embarrassing

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5 minutes ago, RigbyLuger said:

Heard someone say there's a lack of accountability, and while it seems nothing can be done in this case, its symptomatic of the feeling you can do whatever you want with no need to feel any guilt, remorse and the like.

Yes a lack of accountability and the RFL sounds about right

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