Calum Turner

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Re: Calum Turner

Post by jackknife » Tue Jan 29, 2019 7:27 pm

Good move he needs to be playing 1st team rugby
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Re: Calum Turner

Post by tigerfeat » Tue Jan 29, 2019 7:39 pm

Anglo wrote:TotalRL reporting that that Turner has joined Fev on loan
http://www.totalrl.com/featherstone-lan ... youngster/
Some have questioned his attitude at times don't know about that but he's a player who I think as a big future ahead

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Re: Calum Turner

Post by gateman » Tue Jan 29, 2019 8:06 pm

I am all for any of our surplus players going out on loan to championship clubs this league is of a good standard and could do them the world of good, not so in league one some of the teams in this league would struggle against some of the amateur teams

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Re: Calum Turner

Post by tigertragic » Wed Jan 30, 2019 8:09 am

In the current set up, this makes perfect sense as it gets calum playing on a regular basis.

However, I still don't believe that we don't have an a team. If Peter m gets knocked then we can't recall for a min of 4 week's ](*,)

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Re: Calum Turner

Post by gateman » Wed Jan 30, 2019 8:56 am

tigertragic wrote:In the current set up, this makes perfect sense as it gets calum playing on a regular basis.

However, I still don't believe that we don't have an a team. If Peter m gets knocked then we can't recall for a min of 4 week's ](*,)
Its a catch 22 if we don't loan players out they may be sat on their hands not getting a game all season from the clubs they are going too point of view they will want consistency instant recall does not give them that, lets hope this year we are more lucky on the injury front

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Re: Calum Turner

Post by Nobody » Wed Jan 30, 2019 9:15 am

Rankin can drop to Fullback if needed.

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Re: Calum Turner

Post by lidds » Wed Jan 30, 2019 9:24 am

tigertragic wrote:In the current set up, this makes perfect sense as it gets calum playing on a regular basis.

However, I still don't believe that we don't have an a team. If Peter m gets knocked then we can't recall for a min of 4 week's ](*,)
Rankin to FB, Ellis or Roberts or Ashton to 7

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Re: Calum Turner

Post by heritage1926 » Wed Jan 30, 2019 9:37 am

tigertragic wrote:In the current set up, this makes perfect sense as it gets calum playing on a regular basis.

However, I still don't believe that we don't have an a team. If Peter m gets knocked then we can't recall for a min of 4 week's ](*,)
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Fair few options we can play about with, if injuries kick in.

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Re: Calum Turner

Post by daytona » Sun Feb 10, 2019 9:48 pm

A Fev fan mate of mine said young Cal was shear class for them today in the victory over Batley. Should certainly be good for us in the long run giving him some game time at a top championship club.

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Re: Calum Turner

Post by gateman » Mon Feb 11, 2019 12:31 am

daytona wrote:A Fev fan mate of mine said young Cal was shear class for them today in the victory over Batley. Should certainly be good for us in the long run giving him some game time at a top championship club.
same here mate feath fans asking how long he will be with them top game from Calum today

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Re: Calum Turner

Post by dj nelly » Mon Feb 11, 2019 6:02 am

Saw the game yesterday Calum was one of the better players on show in a game where both teams were poor imo.
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Re: Calum Turner

Post by tigerfeat » Mon Feb 11, 2019 7:59 am

daytona wrote:A Fev fan mate of mine said young Cal was shear class for them today in the victory over Batley. Should certainly be good for us in the long run giving him some game time at a top championship club.
Got told same big future ahead for this lad ...

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Re: Calum Turner

Post by tigerfeat » Mon Feb 11, 2019 8:03 am

Fev also trying to get Ryan brierley ...wonder if we looked at having him back for a season

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Re: Calum Turner

Post by heritage1926 » Mon Feb 11, 2019 9:53 am

tigerfeat wrote:Fev also trying to get Ryan brierley ...wonder if we looked at having him back for a season
Taken from a respectable report of Twitter;
Both Featherstone and Dewbury have enquired about him last week, but was knocked back straight away. Brierley didn't even speak to either club. He want's to play Super League and Salford seems the most likely destination, though a long way off due to finances currently.

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Re: Calum Turner

Post by mart0042 » Mon Feb 11, 2019 10:41 am

Brierley is a fullback ad he's no halfback. He's a support player not for us.

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