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Post by formerly known as Sam on Mon Oct 03, 2016 7:28 am

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Nit before the Lions tour. Don't think any of the All Black internationals will end their career pre tour.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by formerly known as Sam on Tue Feb 07, 2017 10:26 pm

Dan Biggar might be concerned that Sam Davies is going to overtake him by the start of next season.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by Gooseberry on Wed Feb 08, 2017 10:11 am

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nathan wrote:Apparently Steve Diamond has said Tigers have broken the bank to sign Ford.
£450,000 pa is the figure being quoted by a fair few, nathan. Think it came from the Times article which said Sale offered him £650,000 pa but he has turned it down.

Thats a bonkers amount to pay for a part timer who wont play without his dad holding his hand. I guess if he gets dropped by england it will increase his usefulness for a club but Im not sure overpaid prima donnas is the best way to sort out the malaise and low morale in the tigers dressing room.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by True Raven on Wed Feb 08, 2017 10:16 am

formerly known as Sam wrote:Dan Biggar might be concerned that Sam Davies is going to overtake him by the start of next season.

Then he can fight for his place. His contract is dual registered with the WRU until 2018 (in press) so he cant go before then

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by Welly on Wed Feb 08, 2017 10:33 am

Gooseberry wrote:
king_carlos wrote:
nathan wrote:Apparently Steve Diamond has said Tigers have broken the bank to sign Ford.
£450,000 pa is the figure being quoted by a fair few, nathan. Think it came from the Times article which said Sale offered him £650,000 pa but he has turned it down.

Thats a bonkers amount to pay for a part timer who wont play without his dad holding his hand. I guess if he gets dropped by england it will increase his usefulness for a club but Im not sure overpaid prima donnas is the best way to sort out the malaise and low morale in the tigers dressing room.

TBF he played well without his dad at Tigers.

£450,000 for an international 10 is pretty good by today's market rate. Also he has A lot of Friends in that Tigers dressing dare I say it prob more than he does at bath.

Also in 2 years we could claim home grown credits on him again.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by formerly known as Sam on Wed Feb 08, 2017 10:40 am

Gooseberry wrote:
king_carlos wrote:
nathan wrote:Apparently Steve Diamond has said Tigers have broken the bank to sign Ford.
£450,000 pa is the figure being quoted by a fair few, nathan. Think it came from the Times article which said Sale offered him £650,000 pa but he has turned it down.

Thats a bonkers amount to pay for a part timer who wont play without his dad holding his hand. I guess if he gets dropped by england it will increase his usefulness for a club but Im not sure overpaid prima donnas is the best way to sort out the malaise and low morale in the tigers dressing room.

A flyhalf capable of controlling territory and managing a game whilst also being able to stimulate the attack will make a huge difference. Burns decides to control games in 5 minute intervals normally with a ten or twenty minute ago either side. See his disastrous tap from his own 5m line vs Sarries at the weekend for what happens during the the non-controlling periods.

Our forwards playing in the right areas will help. Some big ball carriers will also help.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by beshocked on Wed Feb 08, 2017 10:58 am

Good signing for Tigers but to get the best out of Ford, obviously some significant recruitment will be needed in the pack. Especially in the backrow and 2nd row in my opinion.

I have a lot of respect for Tigers' loyalty to players who have had long term injuries but it's hurt your competitiveness.


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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by Welly on Wed Feb 08, 2017 11:30 am

The pack is being looked at in pretty much every position from what I gather.

A lot will now rely on who comes in at DOR. (Which sounds like it will be a SA).

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by TheMildlyFranticLlama on Wed Feb 08, 2017 11:37 am

beshocked wrote:Good signing for Tigers but to get the best out of Ford, obviously some significant recruitment will be needed in the pack. Especially in the backrow and 2nd row in my opinion.

I have a lot of respect for Tigers' loyalty to players who have had long term injuries but it's hurt your competitiveness.


To get the best out of Ford they're going to have to be very careful to be very nice indeed to all of his family members, or the dummy will be out the pram again and he'll be off somewhere else

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by formerly known as Sam on Wed Feb 08, 2017 11:55 am

Second row is pretty good at the moment. Perhaps overstocked. Slater, Barrow, Kitchener, Fitzgerald, Wells and Williams able to play there as well. What we lack is some physicality and bite in the backrow.

Kalamafoni and A N Other unit for the backrow should sort out a lot of our problems and we are due to trim down some of the mass of barely used front row options we have accumulated under Cockers in the summer.

Tait out should give us some funds for an improved fullback or utility back moving forward.

Ford and Kalamafoni are hopefully just the first steps.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by nathan on Wed Feb 08, 2017 5:24 pm

TheMildlyFranticLlama wrote:
beshocked wrote:Good signing for Tigers but to get the best out of Ford, obviously some significant recruitment will be needed in the pack. Especially in the backrow and 2nd row in my opinion.

I have a lot of respect for Tigers' loyalty to players who have had long term injuries but it's hurt your competitiveness.


To get the best out of Ford they're going to have to be very careful to be very nice indeed to all of his family members, or the dummy will be out the pram again and he'll be off somewhere else

Nah, he's coming home.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by formerly known as Sam on Wed Feb 08, 2017 7:58 pm

TheMildlyFranticLlama wrote:
beshocked wrote:Good signing for Tigers but to get the best out of Ford, obviously some significant recruitment will be needed in the pack. Especially in the backrow and 2nd row in my opinion.

I have a lot of respect for Tigers' loyalty to players who have had long term injuries but it's hurt your competitiveness.


To get the best out of Ford they're going to have to be very careful to be very nice indeed to all of his family members, or the dummy will be out the pram again and he'll be off somewhere else

He's good friends with Ben Youngs and Sam Harrison. Having been at Leicester from 16 to 20/21 he knows the place and the people. He wouldn't be coming back if he didn't feel at home in the environment, he'd be earning even more at Sale with his Mrs who's in Manchester.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by beshocked on Thu Feb 09, 2017 10:12 am

I know Tigers fans on here seem to really like their current 2nd row options but they are long way below the likes of Johnson and Kay. Now you might say well that's not surprising but I just feel 2nd row is an area, Tigers are behind their rivals in and you don't seem to be bothered.

Now even their rivals don't have anyone whose yet achieved what Johnson and Kay have but the likes of Launchbury,Kruis,Itoje and Lawes are a level above the Tigers options IMO. They are the current benchmark whilst it used to be Tigers who led the way.

Prop wise I still think Tigers can compete with the best likes Ayerza,Cole and now Genge so that's still an area of strength. 2nd row isn't but then again that's just my opinion.

I am only saying this because I think an improvement is needed if Tigers are going to win the AP again. Not just in the backrow.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by formerly known as Sam on Thu Feb 09, 2017 12:03 pm

I would take Lawes over any of our options, well Fitzgerald, but not the three EQ locks. Slater and Barrow are more physical in the tight and just as mobile and Kitch is much better in the lineout and much bigger. Slater would have had several caps by now if not for several nasty injuries and Kitch made a big impression with Brad Thorn (who insisted he'd have been capped if he was a Kiwi), Barrow could yet play for England 

I'm not that big of a fan of Launchbury either. His lineout work has improved and he is very good in the loose but in the tight he's not much above average.

Our right five is generally effective at their jobs and our set piece work is about our only reliable area. Defence and the ruck area are where we fall down. A much improved backrow should be key to helping sort this out.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by demosthenes on Sat Feb 11, 2017 5:06 pm

Interesting one. Josh Strauss to Sale. Source doesn't know anything much about rugby, but that actually makes them more plausible.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by True Raven on Sat Feb 11, 2017 10:15 pm

Brian Mujati to the Ospreys. I'm guessing his form at Sale isn't great for him to be released early

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by formerly known as Sam on Sat Feb 11, 2017 10:53 pm

True Raven wrote:Brian Mujati to the Ospreys.  I'm guessing his form at Sale isn't great for him to be released early

Average. Struggling to hold down the starting jersey. He's some way past his best but he might provide adequate international cover.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by king_carlos on Sun Feb 12, 2017 12:54 am

Rugby Inside Line tweeted a transfer rumour that Tom Youngs wont be a Tiger next season, "more to come on where he will be heading...".

There has been speculation that he might retire early due to injuries and his international career seemingly being over. Thoughts were that he'd be going into farming full time. Some fans (I'd be with them wholeheartedly) had speculated that a Julian White esque situation might happen where he stays contracted part time for international break and injury cover.

His form has dipped this season, although I thought he was very good today. He'd be a big loss to club.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by B91212 on Sun Feb 12, 2017 5:52 am

That's big (and sad) news about Tom Youngs if that is in fact the case. He's certainly not looked as effective this season after losing some bulk after the back issues last season but when he first came on the scene he looked almost too big for his frame I that makes sense. Wondered even back then if it wouldn't cause issues down the line.

fkaS, sorry but I'm going to have to disagree with you about Tigers 3 second rows being superior to Launchbury and Lawes. Slater yes has been unlucky and agree would have probably been an international if not for the terrible knee injuries he's suffered. Barrow has potential but as yet hasn't shown enough to be considered for int duty (Charlie Eewls is in front of him in the England pecking order as is Atwood when fit) and Kitchener has been overlooked by various coaches, can they really all be wrong? Cockrill (Slater/ Parling and later Slater/ Barrow or Fitzgerald often started before him). Both Lancaster and Jones haven't really given him a sniff of a full call up and even Muager went with Slater and Fitzgerald first game up and left him on the bench. I've seen him put in some eye catching performances in the AP but it doesn't seem to help him get called up or even give the impression he's totally first choice at Tigers. Do wonder if maybe he's a bit of a show pony in regards to second row play?

You don't get 50+ caps like Lawes or be a regular in the 23 like Launchbury if you can't play a bit. Agree with beshocked, they are currently a standard above Tigers options.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by ChequeredJersey on Sun Feb 12, 2017 5:57 am

Rumours of Care to France and Brown unhappy at Quins under Kingston
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Post by nathan on Sun Feb 12, 2017 7:50 am

would be a strange move for Care giving up on England

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by formerly known as Sam on Sun Feb 12, 2017 8:56 am

B91212 wrote:That's big (and sad) news about Tom Youngs if that is in fact the case. He's certainly not looked as effective this season after losing some bulk after the back issues last season but when he first came on the scene he looked almost too big for his frame I that makes sense. Wondered even back then if it wouldn't cause issues down the line.

fkaS, sorry but I'm going to have to disagree with you about Tigers 3 second rows being superior to Launchbury and Lawes. Slater yes has been unlucky and agree would have probably been an international if not for the terrible knee injuries he's suffered. Barrow has potential but as yet hasn't shown enough to be considered for int duty (Charlie Eewls is in front of him in the England pecking order as is Atwood when fit) and Kitchener has been overlooked by various coaches, can they really all be wrong? Cockrill (Slater/ Parling and later Slater/ Barrow or Fitzgerald often started before him). Both Lancaster and Jones haven't really  given him a sniff of a full call up and even Muager went with Slater and  Fitzgerald first game up and left him on the bench. I've seen him put in some eye catching performances in the AP but it doesn't seem to help him get called up or even give the impression he's totally first choice at Tigers. Do wonder if maybe he's a bit of a show pony in regards to second row play?

You don't get 50+ caps like Lawes or be a regular in the 23 like Launchbury if you can't play a bit. Agree with beshocked, they are currently a standard above Tigers options.

Lawes had a blinder yesterday, but I'd still not look to sign him over the three we have. Relative expense to improcement isn't there. Launchbury plays like a 6 but isn't mobile enough so plays lock. Tackles like a demon but not really a master of the traditional areas you want from a second row. As shown when Richie Gray went to Sale it's not just the player it's how they fit the club. Our second rows are more than adequate for the game we want to play and if we can stop being Poopie and learn how to tackle and defend then there may well be some caps forthcoming.

Kitchener has been struggling with niggles this season. The season pre RWC he dominated the league in lineouts won and lineouts stolen. This from a 19 stone lock. Lancaster made a big error not taking him to the world cup with our lineout so wobbly. The again our pack was regularly inadequate under Lancaster hence the home world cup humiliation.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by Fuzzy Dunlop on Sun Feb 12, 2017 2:07 pm

https://twitter.com/TomYoungs87/status/830758557951913984

That's one rumour killed off fairly quickly.

I might be wrong (usually am) but isn't the Rugby Inside Line just a Twitter handle used by a couple of Saints fans that regurgitate rumours found browsing on sites like this?

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by B91212 on Sun Feb 12, 2017 5:32 pm

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Lawes had a blinder yesterday, but I'd still not look to sign him over the three we have. Relative expense to improcement isn't there. Launchbury plays like a 6 but isn't mobile enough so plays lock. Tackles like a demon but not really a master of the traditional areas you want from a second row. As shown when Richie Gray went to Sale it's not just the player it's how they fit the club. Our second rows are more than adequate for the game we want to play and if we can stop being Poopie and learn how to tackle and defend then there may well be some caps forthcoming.

Kitchener has been struggling with niggles this season. The season pre RWC he dominated the league in lineouts won and lineouts stolen. This from a 19 stone lock. Lancaster made a big error not taking him to the world cup with our lineout so wobbly. The again our pack was regularly inadequate under Lancaster hence the home world cup humiliation.

Fair enough. Sorry, I thought you meant you wouldn't take either player over your current options regardless of other factors such as wages. Agree the extra cash would be better spent elsewhere at Tigers, backrow and fullback instantly spring to mind.

Second rows have become so important in the current game. Must have a workrate of a backrow but with the grunt and technical ability they've always needed.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by B91212 on Sun Feb 12, 2017 5:34 pm

Fuzzy Dunlop wrote:https://twitter.com/TomYoungs87/status/830758557951913984

That's one rumour killed off fairly quickly.

I might be wrong (usually am) but isn't the Rugby Inside Line just a Twitter handle used by a couple of Saints fans that regurgitate rumours found browsing on sites like this?
I'm a Saints fan (but not on Twitter Smile) but I'm glad T. Youngs isn't done. Never felt he was big enough or good enough at the hooker basics for the very top level but still a top AP player at his best.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by formerly known as Sam on Sun Feb 12, 2017 5:57 pm

B91212 wrote:
formerly known as Sam wrote:
Lawes had a blinder yesterday, but I'd still not look to sign him over the three we have. Relative expense to improcement isn't there. Launchbury plays like a 6 but isn't mobile enough so plays lock. Tackles like a demon but not really a master of the traditional areas you want from a second row. As shown when Richie Gray went to Sale it's not just the player it's how they fit the club. Our second rows are more than adequate for the game we want to play and if we can stop being Poopie and learn how to tackle and defend then there may well be some caps forthcoming.

Kitchener has been struggling with niggles this season. The season pre RWC he dominated the league in lineouts won and lineouts stolen. This from a 19 stone lock. Lancaster made a big error not taking him to the world cup with our lineout so wobbly. The again our pack was regularly inadequate under Lancaster hence the home world cup humiliation.

Fair enough. Sorry, I thought you meant you wouldn't take either player over your current options regardless of other factors such as wages. Agree the extra cash would be better spent elsewhere at Tigers, backrow and fullback instantly spring to mind.

Second rows have become so important in the current game. Must have a workrate of a backrow but with the grunt and technical ability they've always needed.

Agree on the fullback. Fills me with dread every time I see Tait named at 15. He was cracking a couple of seasons back but has since lost the last of his pace and has taken to making silly errors. Hopefully TV will be fit from next week.

Looks like we injured our new number 8 yesterday... typical.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by nathan on Sun Feb 12, 2017 11:11 pm

"Leicester Tigers could be set to try and dump Matt Toomua and Manu Tuilagi as part of a clear out and will look to sign England centre Ben Te’o from Worcester Warriors. This would also free up salary cap to secure the signing of George Ford."

will be pissed if we offload Manu, far too much time has been put into him.


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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by nathan on Sun Feb 12, 2017 11:12 pm

Parling also to Sale Sharks

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by Welly on Sun Feb 12, 2017 11:25 pm

nathan wrote:"Leicester Tigers could be set to try and dump Matt Toomua and Manu Tuilagi as part of a clear out and will look to sign England centre Ben Te’o from Worcester Warriors. This would also free up salary cap to secure the signing of George Ford."

will be pissed if we offload Manu, far too much time has been put into him.

All made up.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by nathan on Mon Feb 13, 2017 7:30 am

Hope so welly, the Manu one doesn't make much sense

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by formerly known as Sam on Mon Feb 13, 2017 11:50 am

Welly wrote:
nathan wrote:"Leicester Tigers could be set to try and dump Matt Toomua and Manu Tuilagi as part of a clear out and will look to sign England centre Ben Te’o from Worcester Warriors. This would also free up salary cap to secure the signing of George Ford."

will be pissed if we offload Manu, far too much time has been put into him.

All made up.

Agreed. Complete gibberish. The cost of terminating those contracts would be horrific for the club. Te'o also has two years left at Wuss, he won't be cheap, unless there's a relegation release clause but judging by comments he made earlier in the season that seems unlikely.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by Fluxy on Mon Feb 13, 2017 5:11 pm

Just seen that AB Steven Luatua has agreed terms to join Bristol for the 2017/18 season.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by Welly on Mon Feb 13, 2017 5:20 pm

Fluxy wrote:Just seen that AB Steven Luatua has agreed terms to join Bristol for the 2017/18 season.

Pat lam affect.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by king_carlos on Mon Feb 13, 2017 5:25 pm

Fluxy wrote:Just seen that AB Steven Luatua has agreed terms to join Bristol for the 2017/18 season.
It's signings like that when I wonder if the player fully understands the relegation system in the Prem...

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by SirBurger on Mon Feb 13, 2017 5:38 pm

Tom Coventry apparently didnt know there was relegation when he joined Irish...

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by Welly on Mon Feb 13, 2017 6:28 pm

king_carlos wrote:
Fluxy wrote:Just seen that AB Steven Luatua has agreed terms to join Bristol for the 2017/18 season.
It's signings like that when I wonder if the player fully understands the relegation system in the Prem...

Apprently no relegation clause in it.

Let's face it Bristol offering bucket loads of cash and Pat Lam can sell the long term vision, it's a potent mix.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by Sgt_Pooly on Mon Feb 13, 2017 6:36 pm

Its things like this that makes me want them to get relegated even more.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by formerly known as Sam on Mon Feb 13, 2017 7:17 pm

Bit sad to see Luatua ditch his AB career so early on. Hell of a signing for Bristol though. They must have promised him lots of cash.

Tom Coventry definitely coached Irish like there was no relegation.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by Fluxy on Tue Feb 14, 2017 10:03 am

There were rumours that he might be heading back to Oz.

http://www.planetrugby.com/news/cheika-hoping-to-lure-beale-back-to-australia/

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by BamBam on Tue Feb 14, 2017 11:14 am

Tigers confirm Ford joins and Burns goes to Bath

https://twitter.com/LeicesterTigers/status/831458003614363649

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by BigGee on Tue Feb 14, 2017 2:01 pm

Gordon Reid and Josh Strauss officially on the market now, Mark Bennett though has chosen Edinburgh over Newcastle.

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Re: Silly Season Transfer Rumours 16/17

Post by englishborn on Tue Feb 14, 2017 2:09 pm

With Ford going to Tigers be interesting to see where (if anywhere) Sale go for their 10 now.

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