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Broncos Ins & Outs 2022 Thu Sep 02, 2021 12:12 pm  

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Widnes Vikings, announce signing of Fozard for 2022.
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Re: Broncos Ins & Outs 2922 Thu Sep 02, 2021 12:33 pm  

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Seeing a theme developing here. My guess Aston to Sheffield and Richards to Newcastle. Curran retire and back to Aus and other northern players we have will be off to Leigh as per standard practice.
My guess we’ll keep pretty much all of our southern players. Possibly Sammut will go around one more year.
Re: Broncos Ins & Outs 2922 Thu Sep 02, 2021 1:16 pm  

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I'd be astonished if the club is still going in 2922!
Re: Broncos Ins & Outs 2922 Thu Sep 02, 2021 1:38 pm  

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I'd be astonished if the club is still going in 2922!


I won't commit myself to that opinion! lol, but I know I will not be here haha
Re: Broncos Ins & Outs 2922 Thu Sep 02, 2021 1:44 pm  

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Seeing a theme developing here. My guess Aston to Sheffield and Richards to Newcastle. Curran retire and back to Aus and other northern players we have will be off to Leigh as per standard practice.
My guess we’ll keep pretty much all of our southern players. Possibly Sammut will go around one more year.


Well not sure many will want to join Widnes at present, except for staying in the Championship, except for returning home, Leigh have done quite a lot of recruiting as it, even a few Aussies! No one really knows what next season holds? until teams know what League they will be in, it's tough, I would have taken Louis back for a season, but even at 35, he had signed a 12 month extension to Saints.
Re: Broncos Ins & Outs 2022 Sun Sep 05, 2021 8:36 pm  

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As I understand it.Clubs have yet to be informed of their allocation of TV money from the RFL. All the clubs know is that there will be a severe reduction.
Budgeting is obviously difficult in that situation and this is making recruitment plans difficult.
Re: Broncos Ins & Outs 2022 Sun Sep 05, 2021 9:06 pm  

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I think that’s right Victor but the difficulty is, as with this season, all our competitors seem to be going out and buying anyway. On the face of that is the height of fiscal irresponsibility but yet none have gone bust and most except York have improved. Difficult in these circumstances to break the vicious circle of expensive ground and training facilities/weak and small squad/ drop in match day income/ drop in success. Gawd knows what’s going to happen.
Re: Broncos Ins & Outs 2022 Sun Sep 05, 2021 9:08 pm  

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I think that’s right Victor but the difficulty is, as with this season, all our competitors seem to be going out and buying anyway. On the face of that is the height of fiscal irresponsibility but yet none have gone bust and most except York have improved. Difficult in these circumstances to break the vicious circle of expensive ground and training facilities/weak and small squad/ drop in match day income/ drop in success. Gawd knows what’s going to happen.


Thanks for depressing me more than I already was. :D
Re: Broncos Ins & Outs 2022 Mon Sep 06, 2021 5:48 am  

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So we are happy to spunk loads of money on multiple venues/training grounds etc, but we wont sign players as we are unsure on finances???
Re: Broncos Ins & Outs 2022 Mon Sep 06, 2021 1:25 pm  

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So we are happy to spunk loads of money on multiple venues/training grounds etc, but we wont sign players as we are unsure on finances???


Indeed, the priorties are very odd. Having a competitive team is essential to rebuilding the fan base. An ambititous club might see the current situation as an opportunity to strengthen.
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