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Re: Former players : Thu Jun 23, 2022 5:26 pm  
Ben Mathiou goes to dewsbury on loan
Re: Former players : Fri Jun 24, 2022 8:57 am  
Mush wrote:
Ben Mathiou goes to dewsbury on loan

I thought he improved during his time with us. Good luck to him at Dewsbury.
Re: Former players : Fri Jun 24, 2022 8:58 am  
Mush wrote:
Jake sweeting goes to hunslet on loan

Good player - he'll certainly add something at Hunslet.
Re: Former players : Wed Jun 29, 2022 6:02 pm  
Kyle Trout signs 18 month contract with Keighley
Re: Former players : Wed Jun 29, 2022 7:48 pm  
Mush wrote:
Kyle Trout signs 18 month contract with Keighley

Good luck to Keighley. They're certainly trying to press on and leave nothing to chance this season.

I think that's the attitude you need to have: never be satisfied with what you've got, always try to make things better.
Re: Former players : Thu Jun 30, 2022 10:46 am  
Double Movement wrote:
Good luck to Keighley. They're certainly trying to press on and leave nothing to chance this season.

I think that's the attitude you need to have: never be satisfied with what you've got, always try to make things better.

Until your in debt over your head and the Inland Revenue come knocking #bucketcollection.
I think they thought they would go up last year with the squad they had assembled and the money they spent, but as we saw in the play offs their bubble well and truly burst.

Fair play to them this season ,they appear to be the League 1 equivalent of Leigh unbeaten and a shoe in for promotion and still signing every quality player that comes available. Hopefully it wont end in tears.
Re: Former players : Thu Jun 30, 2022 5:45 pm  
I wish them well and they will in all probability romp this League, it would be no surprise if they go the whole season unbeaten. I appreciate the live for today mentality of signing everyone but their Granny. If it works out ok financially then good for them but I can guarantee that Club Doncaster will never go down that route.
Re: Former players : Fri Jul 01, 2022 12:36 pm  
The key to any successful business is sustainable growth. When the boat is pushed out too far the consequences can be dire, as we all know too well.

I suspect Keighley's plan is well thought out and based on a sound financial footing. With them being in the driving seat, they could have sat back and hoped they didn't need to spend a penny more to get promoted. On this basis, I'd guess their finances must be in a decent place.
Re: Former players : Fri Jul 01, 2022 4:48 pm  
Double Movement wrote:
The key to any successful business is sustainable growth. When the boat is pushed out too far the consequences can be dire, as we all know too well.

I suspect Keighley's plan is well thought out and based on a sound financial footing. With them being in the driving seat, they could have sat back and hoped they didn't need to spend a penny more to get promoted. On this basis, I'd guess their finances must be in a decent place.


Their antecedence in matters financially is not great but given the toothless approach of the RFL when is comes to clubs over reaching they might just think to heck with it.
Re: Former players : Fri Jul 01, 2022 6:54 pm  
Wilf Grimshaw wrote:
Their antecedence in matters financially is not great but given the toothless approach of the RFL when is comes to clubs over reaching they might just think to heck with it.

Sadly, the RFLs approach to most things is toothless, Wilf.
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