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Re: Old Crossleyans Preview
Posted by: rupprett's friend
Date: 28/02/2011 17:22
tom signed for old boys because of westgarth and craig lee. and not becouse he couldnt get his game.. ill think you will find that tom has played more games on the wing for rovers 1st than scrum half so what does that say?. he told me he had already made his mind up to sign for us (oldboys) when westgarth and craig lee left. as far as i know tom has all ways been a rovers lad and always will be, it was only a season and he is a young lad...
lastly gentle giant i think you should do your homework before you rant on...


didnt power leave rovers for darlo then come back?
isnt thubby a horden lad ?
mash played for west then tech befre rovers?
pinhead also left for tech then came back?
graizer too went to seaton then came back

personally i dont think its not a bad thing have the above players going to a club for a season and going back to there roots. all these players have come on leaps and bounds doing what they have done

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