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RUFC - Year End Stock Take

RUFC - Year End Stock Take

This time of year, quite a lot of us will have had to perform the annual stock take and I`m sure Andy Scott will have been doing that too.

We know that January is the next transfer window and it will be vital that any forays into the transfer market will be critical. Will he be looking to add to the staff? What positions are requiring strengthening? Who is on his way out?

The recent bad news about Luke Foster may have just have left an opportunity for Troy Brown. Troy who some may say? I don`t think this guy has done a lot wrong but doesn`t seem to be getting a go on the pitch. Still, he can`t be doing much wrong in the reserves as he still features for his national side.

Brown included, I would not be surprised to see some of the Scott`s summer signings being moved out one way or the other. Chris Holroyd got rave reviews a few weeks ago, and then disappeared.

Who will be coming in, if anyone? Permanent moves for Guy Branston and Jon Harley? But anymore in? Any faces in will have to be financed I`d guess by people moving out. I fancy he may look for one but will that be one of our old faces returning (Shh you know who) or a surprise addition?

Who would you like to see in and out?
Suggestions please …




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Writer:baldtobeamiller
Date:Wednesday December 21 2011
Time: 9:11AM

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Like you, btob, I don't know what Troy Brown's done wrong - except go to play for Wales. Holroyd either, he's quick and sometimes it's what we've needed, but the front three, at the moment, seem to pick themselves, which isn't a bad thing is it.
herringthorpe
21/12/2011 09:15:00
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