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Re: Shopping List 2023 : Wed Sep 28, 2022 7:08 am  
See Huddersfield have announced Jake











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Re: Shopping List 2023 : Wed Sep 28, 2022 7:16 am  
mwindass wrote:
Maybe Shaul is on his was out looking at his and Connor Wynnes Instagram story. Or maybe I'm reading too much into it


I was thinking the same.

Probably worded it like that to get tounges wagging.
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Wed Sep 28, 2022 7:40 am  
Keiththered wrote:
I can see why it makes sense for FC but fail to see any benefit to Leigh


Depends on who the props Leigh have and how much they can get him for. Still think Taylor has potential, but needs to stay injury free, maybe needs a change of club and get out of his comfort zone. I wondered if Salford would be interested, did well there when on loan and Rowley seems to be good at getting the best of of players.
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Wed Sep 28, 2022 9:06 am  
Keiththered wrote:
I can see why it makes sense for FC but fail to see any benefit to Leigh
They will need to increase their squad size for SL and think they only have 2 English props in Sidlow & Green.
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Wed Sep 28, 2022 10:48 am  
Holmes leaving Warrington rumour not going away
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Wed Sep 28, 2022 8:01 pm  
The Hollywood Frasier wrote:
They will need to increase their squad size for SL and think they only have 2 English props in Sidlow & Green.


Potential Leigh props for next season

Sidlow
Green
Amone
Mulhern
Taylor
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Wed Sep 28, 2022 10:11 pm  
Cokey wrote:
Potential Leigh props for next season

Sidlow
Green
Amone
Mulhern
Taylor

Hope so, you’re welcome.
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Thu Sep 29, 2022 8:26 am  
Our main focus should rightly be in the second row and halves, but I would really like to see us improve the wing spots.
Doesn't seem like Swift and Macintosh played many games at all last year. I like Swift but he seems to pick up a few injuries, and Macintosh despite been one of (if not the highest) our top tryscorers still seems very shaky at the back under a high ball. I can recall a couple of his errors leading to trys, either directly or from a resulting set. However both will repeatedly put their hands up to make the hard yards which is great.
I just personally see the wing spots as areas where we could improve.
Swift needs a big year and to stay injury free for the full season if he wants a new contract.
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Thu Sep 29, 2022 8:29 am  
Hasbag wrote:
Our main focus should rightly be in the second row and halves, but I would really like to see us improve the wing spots.
Doesn't seem like Swift and Macintosh played many games at all last year. I like Swift but he seems to pick up a few injuries, and Macintosh despite been one of (if not the highest) our top tryscorers still seems very shaky at the back under a high ball. I can recall a couple of his errors leading to trys, either directly or from a resulting set. However both will repeatedly put their hands up to make the hard yards which is great.
I just personally see the wing spots as areas where we could improve.
Swift needs a big year and to stay injury free for the full season if he wants a new contract.


Matty Russell has left Toulouse, good try scoring return despite playing for the relegated team...could be a good option for a third choice wing spot?
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Thu Sep 29, 2022 9:20 am  
Hasbag wrote:
Our main focus should rightly be in the second row and halves, but I would really like to see us improve the wing spots.


Doesn't seem like Swift and Macintosh played many games at all last year. I like Swift but he seems to pick up a few injuries, and Macintosh despite been one of (if not the highest) our top tryscorers still seems very shaky at the back under a high ball. I can recall a couple of his errors leading to trys, either directly or from a resulting set. However both will repeatedly put their hands up to make the hard yards which is great.
I just personally see the wing spots as areas where we could improve.
Swift needs a big year and to stay injury free for the full season if he wants a new contract.


My first choice wingers would be Swift and Mitch.

Mitch tops alot of stats for tackle busts, good defence and is quick. A bit raw, but an off season could really help.

With limited cap space I don't think wing is a big priority.
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