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JEAN CAPDOUZE wrote:Catalans starting 17 plus reserves are much stronger than Castleford.


Well if I were strengthening Wakefield by picking over those two squads I reckon Catalan would be pretty safe whilst Cas might have a few holes.






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vastman wrote:Well if I were strengthening Wakefield by picking over those two squads I reckon Catalan would be pretty safe whilst Cas might have a few holes.


Who at Castleford is better than Antoine Gigot (Lancelot Todd trophy winner), David Mead, Samuel Tomkins, Remi Casty, Michael McIlorum, Julien Bousquet, and Gregory Bird?






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JEAN CAPDOUZE wrote:Who at Castleford is better than Antoine Gigot (Lance Todd trophy winner), David Mead, Samuel Tomkins, Remi Casty, Michael McIlorum, Julien Bousquet, and Gregory Bird?


Most of them - Gogot had two good games WOW, Mead show pony, Tomkins has been poor for years but staged a bit of a comeback this year so we shall see if he keeps it up, Casty just a hard worker loads of those at Cas ditto Bousquet. Bird past it and a grub but I might be interested, McIlorum yes I'd have him.






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JEAN CAPDOUZE wrote:Who at Castleford is better than Antoine Gigot (Lance Todd trophy winner)


Lancelot Todd.






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Clearwing wrote:Lancelot Todd.


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JEAN CAPDOUZE wrote:Catalans starting 17 plus reserves are much stronger than Castleford.

JEAN CAPDOUZE wrote:Who at Castleford is better than Antoine Gigot (Lance Todd trophy winner), David Mead, Samuel Tomkins, Remi Casty, Michael McIlorum, Julien Bousquet, and Gregory Bird?


Your opinion and one designed to wind people up I'd guess.............meanwhile you ignore the factual responses given to you......that in their last 15 games of a 30 game 2018 season Catalan won 15 points from 30 (50%), slightly better than the 10 points they got from the first 15 fixtures (33.3%)......






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The minimum turnover of a SL club is £4,000,000 so Toronto instead of Widnes is worth less than 1% of a SL clubs turnover.

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