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Re: Today Wed Apr 21, 2021 7:10 am  

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Don't lose faith because you've lost to a couple of top teams.

When London came up they had 5-10 min spells in the early games losing concentration and the game went (SL is punishing). As the season progressed they got to the speed of the game and picked a few teams off.

You are unlikely to beat the top 4-5 sides unless they send understrength teams. There are plenty of points to be had against HKR, Salford, Wakey, Hudds..... especially when injuries kick in. Play the long game.
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Re: Today Wed Apr 21, 2021 4:29 pm  

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J7P1 wrote:
I wrote earlier referring as to why we did not sign Josh Jones or Ryan Hall, two players from squads which are our relegation competitors. Those players were available for our competitors to sign why did we not sign them? In my honest opinion it is a big mistake to save cap for later in the season unless we are unable to spend it.


Because both had signed earlier and neither would consider going to the relegation favourites as international players and a World Cup on the horizon
Re: Today Wed Apr 21, 2021 7:23 pm  

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Maurice I agree with you about Ryan Hall who as you say had already signed for Hull KR before we secured the Super League place but Josh Jones signed for Giants after the Super League decision. There was also Krisnan Inu, who was available but signed his new contract at Salford.
Re: Today Wed Apr 21, 2021 7:35 pm  

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J7P1 wrote:
Maurice I agree with you about Ryan Hall who as you say had already signed for Hull KR before we secured the Super League place but Josh Jones signed for Giants after the Super League decision. There was also Krisnan Inu, who was available but signed his new contract at Salford.


Jones wasn't really available at all, Hudds actively approached Hull and payed a fee for him.
Re: Today Thu Apr 22, 2021 8:28 pm  
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J7P1 wrote:
Maurice I agree with you about Ryan Hall who as you say had already signed for Hull KR before we secured the Super League place but Josh Jones signed for Giants after the Super League decision. There was also Krisnan Inu, who was available but signed his new contract at Salford.


How do you or I for that matter know we didn’t try to sign Jones, Inu or any other player. Derek has clearly said money is available several times, including just a few days ago, so I am confident that the club has been and still is constantly working on bringing in the right players. If the player chooses to go somewhere else, there are many factors that come into play, some of which as newly promoted club, who are favourites to go down, are out of our control. A lot of time, personal effort and emotional effort has gone into getting us into SL and the various structures the club have/are putting in place to keep us there (Academy comes straight to mind), I’m sure the same effort is being put into getting the right players on the field in a Leigh shirt.
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