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john fox
johnnyf (IP Logged)

Who now is to leave Bath?
13 March, 2019 19:49
With Francois Louw now in place - who is heading for the exit?

The contenders may be:

Charteris - a probable
Van Rooyen - a probable
Batty -(due to his recent history) a probable
Noguera - a probable
Delmas - a probable
Perenise - a probable
Wilson (James) - (again) a probable


Possibles:

Fotuali'i
Grant
Lahiff

With TB'S announcement that recruitment, apart from the business of a FH, is done, how does this leave squad balance?

 
BathMatt53
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Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
13 March, 2019 19:55
Isnít Max Clark out of contract? Jack Wilson too. Noguera is in for another year.

The pack is covered (especially with a couple of youngsters coming through). The backs are a bit light in places (half back in particular) Full back is also precarious given probable call-up to AW and RP off so FB having to play at 10.



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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 13/03/2019 21:33 by BathMatt53.

 
charlieboa
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Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
13 March, 2019 20:52
I think the players out of contract currently or confirmed leavers are:

Van rooyen
Batty
Lahiff
Perenise
Charteris
Attwood
Grant
Kahn
Allinson ( gone a while back)
Rhys
Clark
James wilson
Jack wilson
Vuna

Cant think of anyone else.... got to be some doubts over noguero and delmas as well even if not off contract?

So as it stands 14 out, 5 in and 2 upgrades from the academy? Makes you feel some re-signings or signings to come?

 
opti
Optimist (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
13 March, 2019 21:22
Remind us who is in?

McNally
Judge
Boyce

 
by
by (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
13 March, 2019 21:26
Thought Homer was out of contract as well.

Think Noguera was rumoured to be wanting to leave early, as was Delmas.

 
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by (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
13 March, 2019 21:28
Quote:
Optimist
Remind us who is in?
McNally
Judge
Boyce

Will Stuart
Mike Williams

All forwards.

 
john fox
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Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
13 March, 2019 21:47
It's that inbalance of numbers out to numbers coming in if TB statement is accurate.
Are we going to rely heavily on academy players to make up the gaps.
We seem to be extremely light in the backs if that is the case.

 
opti
Optimist (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
13 March, 2019 22:03
Very few backs in the Academy. Can see dG and Partington making the step up, but hard to see where else our existing backs are going to be supplemented. Butt is listed as 19, 6í 3Ē so maybe heís another.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 14/03/2019 08:38 by Optimist.

 
BathMatt53
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Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
13 March, 2019 22:31
You would expect Mike VV to be off too given his lack of match time? So with him and Batty potentially going, are we light at hooker?



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Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
13 March, 2019 22:46
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You would expect Mike VV to be off too given his lack of match time? So with him and Batty potentially going, are we light at hooker?

Wasnít it confirmed that VV is moving to London Irish next season.

 
Awp24975
Awp24975 (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 00:34
Personally I hope we can find the money (albeit reduced rate) to keep Charteris. I think on a one year deal he can help with bringing on the youth and be there if the **** hits the fan and we need an experienced player to step up and help us out.
I think Ross has not done himself any favours with recent indiscretions, but due to fact that no other hookers have come in, and we need 3, he should get another year over MVV
I like Jack Wilson as a player as he never has a bad game and has habit of scoring, but think his time is up, as do I think James Wilson wonít be renewed.
If Homer is out of contract then that needs to be sorted and him signed up... Way too good and valuable to let go!
I like Grant as a big steady unit who just gets on with things, but if back row keeps developing he will see even less than this year.
Perenise wants to stay, hasnít had an offer yet, but is still hopefull of convincing them. I would love him to stay as one of my favs, think we need to retain some experience on the tight head, but feel that he may lose out due to the incomings and that if you are going to retain an experienced head you would probably go for a Lahiff or Van Rooyen who can play both sides in an emergency. Anthony would be cheaper than the other two though, so maybe.

All I do know is that Iím glad I havenít got to decide and then try and fit it all into the cap.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 14/03/2019 00:35 by Awp24975.

 
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joethefanatic (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 02:07
Quote:
Awp24975
Personally I hope we can find the money (albeit reduced rate) to keep Charteris. I think on a one year deal he can help with bringing on the youth and be there if the **** hits the fan and we need an experienced player to step up and help us out.
I think Ross has not done himself any favours with recent indiscretions, but due to fact that no other hookers have come in, and we need 3, he should get another year over MVV
I like Jack Wilson as a player as he never has a bad game and has habit of scoring, but think his time is up, as do I think James Wilson wonít be renewed.
If Homer is out of contract then that needs to be sorted and him signed up... Way too good and valuable to let go!
I like Grant as a big steady unit who just gets on with things, but if back row keeps developing he will see even less than this year.
Perenise wants to stay, hasnít had an offer yet, but is still hopefull of convincing them. I would love him to stay as one of my favs, think we need to retain some experience on the tight head, but feel that he may lose out due to the incomings and that if you are going to retain an experienced head you would probably go for a Lahiff or Van Rooyen who can play both sides in an emergency. Anthony would be cheaper than the other two though, so maybe.

All I do know is that Iím glad I havenít got to decide and then try and fit it all into the cap.

I hope James Wilson's contract *is* renewed but, if not, I'd have him on the coaching staff PDQ.



... IMHO, of course.

Now in Honolulu

 
Rolfs_Cartoon_Club
@Hydor18 (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 06:35
Having signed two new tightheads and with Thomas already on the books, thereís no way Perenise will be offered a new gig.
Charteris wonít either. Heís getting on a bit, remains injury prone and canít play Saracens, Worcester or Newcs away season on account of plastic pitches.
It that is a wrap on new signings, we do look lopsided. I hope the Frenchman knows what heís doing...

 
TomReagan
TomReagan (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 08:25
Suspect I'd be rubbish if left in charge of contracts as would definitely keep Premise and James Wilson- two of my favourite players, just as I'd have kept Banners. I guess you need to recognise when younger players offer more, but all three are quality players who never have a bad game. Don't recall Perenise ever getting bettered in the scrum, although perhaps I lack objectivity!

 
Awp24975
Awp24975 (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 08:52
Perenise used to, then Hats came in and he was like a new player. It makes no sense to keep him with the new guys coming in I know that, but still hoping they find a little bit of cash from behind Bruceís sofa!!
James Wilson
As for Banners never having a bad game, have to disagree there, were many a game where he would knock on, throw ridiculous off loads and be caught out defensively. We definitely got the better deal by him leaving.
The Charteris one gave me a lot of discussion with mates in rugby club the other day. I get that he has injuries, getting on a bit and doesnít play on artificial pitches, but on other hand, we are seriously short in second row department after Stooke and Ewels (I cant get excited about Garvey and Douglas there if honest, and academy guys are a long way off). He offers huge experience, is working towards coaching badges so could be offered a some kind of pay as you play contract to coincide with coaching (I doubt he is gonna get a full time offer that would make him consider upping routes again) and could be a squad player in case of emergencies. He is seriously underrated by some of the fans but not the players (as Stooke).
I do appreciate itís difficult and that hard decisions have to be made re the cap. Especially when you can make a case for keeping most players we have (wonít name the few I canít!!)

 
cb2
cb2 (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 09:01
We've got to start looking local to hit the 50% target.

 
opti
Optimist (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 09:26
Youíre forgetting McNally, but agree that keeping Charteris has value.

 
Sir Redneck
Sir Redneck (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 09:36
Quote:
Awp24975
Perenise used to, then Hats came in and he was like a new player. It makes no sense to keep him with the new guys coming in I know that, but still hoping they find a little bit of cash from behind Bruceís sofa!!
James Wilson
As for Banners never having a bad game, have to disagree there, were many a game where he would knock on, throw ridiculous off loads and be caught out defensively. We definitely got the better deal by him leaving.
The Charteris one gave me a lot of discussion with mates in rugby club the other day. I get that he has injuries, getting on a bit and doesnít play on artificial pitches, but on other hand, we are seriously short in second row department after Stooke and Ewels (I cant get excited about Garvey and Douglas there if honest, and academy guys are a long way off). He offers huge experience, is working towards coaching badges so could be offered a some kind of pay as you play contract to coincide with coaching (I doubt he is gonna get a full time offer that would make him consider upping routes again) and could be a squad player in case of emergencies. He is seriously underrated by some of the fans but not the players (as Stooke).
I do appreciate itís difficult and that hard decisions have to be made re the cap. Especially when you can make a case for keeping most players we have (wonít name the few I canít!!)

Charteris is a great player on his day, but he just doesn't play enough to warrant a new deal IMHO. I think both McNally and Williams can play 2nd and back row, so I suspect they'll be your lock cover along with Levi Douglas (who I think has the potential to be a really good club player)

 
WestonLurker
WestonLurker (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 09:52
Quote:
Awp24975
Perenise used to, then Hats came in and he was like a new player. It makes no sense to keep him with the new guys coming in I know that, but still hoping they find a little bit of cash from behind Bruceís sofa!!

Actually I think Perenise's improvement at scrum-time came with the changes to the engagement sequence. He's relatively small (and mobile) for a prop and slowing the engagement allowed his technique, which is where Hats came in, to compensate for his lack of bulk.

Well, in my opinion anyway.

 
Awp24975
Awp24975 (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 09:56
[/quote]Charteris is a great player on his day, but he just doesn't play enough to warrant a new deal IMHO. I think both McNally and Williams can play 2nd and back row, so I suspect they'll be your lock cover along with Levi Douglas (who I think has the potential to be a really good club player)[/quote]

Yes McNally and Williams can fill in, but is a huge difference between doing an ok job and being a proper 2nd row. I disagree about Douglas, really nice bloke but havenít seen it in him yet as I did with others (I do hope Iím wrong though).
Also disagree about not offering Charteris a new deal. There must be away of squeeyhim into the cap.... surely if he starts up a rugby coaching company, someone with money would be able to invest in that, and then he could turn out for us on a part time basis whenever we are struggling!!!

 
Awp24975
Awp24975 (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 09:59
Quote:
WestonLurker
Quote:
Awp24975
Perenise used to, then Hats came in and he was like a new player. It makes no sense to keep him with the new guys coming in I know that, but still hoping they find a little bit of cash from behind Bruceís sofa!!

Actually I think Perenise's improvement at scrum-time came with the changes to the engagement sequence. He's relatively small (and mobile) for a prop and slowing the engagement allowed his technique, which is where Hats came in, to compensate for his lack of bulk.

Well, in my opinion anyway.

As someone who just pushed from behind and didnít understand what they did other than fck my ears up I will bow to superior knowledge,

 
Bath Hammer
Bath Hammer (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 10:04
How tall is Levi Douglas? If my assessment is right he could be a bit of a liability in the lineout

 
by
by (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 10:12
Quote:
Bath Hammer
How tall is Levi Douglas? If my assessment is right he could be a bit of a liability in the lineout

6'4" - I think.

 
Sir Redneck
Sir Redneck (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 10:17
[quote Awp24975][/quote]Charteris is a great player on his day, but he just doesn't play enough to warrant a new deal IMHO. I think both McNally and Williams can play 2nd and back row, so I suspect they'll be your lock cover along with Levi Douglas (who I think has the potential to be a really good club player)[/quote]

Yes McNally and Williams can fill in, but is a huge difference between doing an ok job and being a proper 2nd row. I disagree about Douglas, really nice bloke but havenít seen it in him yet as I did with others (I do hope Iím wrong though).
Also disagree about not offering Charteris a new deal. There must be away of squeeyhim into the cap.... surely if he starts up a rugby coaching company, someone with money would be able to invest in that, and then he could turn out for us on a part time basis whenever we are struggling!!![/quote]

I couldn't agree more about having specialists in place as opposed to utility players, and this is especially true with Ewels and Stooke being on the England radar and Attwood off to BS3.

It'll be interesting to see what happens!

 
gaz59
gaz59 (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 10:20
Clark has to be re-signed, surely?

 
opti
Optimist (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 10:38
'McNally can fill in'

He is 6' 7" and 19 stone. He could fill in a crater left by a medium-sized meteorite. Just because LI are using him at 6, I don't think Bath view him as anything other than a 2nd row.

 
Awp24975
Awp24975 (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 11:40
Quote:
Optimist
'McNally can fill in'
He is 6' 7" and 19 stone. He could fill in a crater left by a medium-sized meteorite. Just because LI are using him at 6, I don't think Bath view him as anything other than a 2nd row.

And Garvey is 6í6Ē and almost 20 stone but wouldnít call him a specialist second row. I hope Iím wrong, but whatever would still keep Charteris if we could.

 
opti
Optimist (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 12:00
Van rooyen - not really needed
Batty - probably need to keep him. Lapses in discipline have been a bit uncharacteristic
Lahiff - adios
Perenise - not really needed if the current Academy props are progressing
Noguera - adios
VV - adios
Delmas - adios

Charteris - i'd keep him
Attwood - gone
Grant - not sure we need him. You'd hope another Academy player might come through to cover a back row crisis

Kahn - adios
Allinson ( gone a while back)
Rhys - seems we may need him

Clark -
James wilson - age will catch up. I'd let him go
Jack wilson - not quite sure why he so rarely gets game time, might depend on whether Atkins is going to make the grade
Vuna - worth keeping
Homer - priority to keep

 
TomReagan
TomReagan (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 12:34
I fully accept that in Cocanasiga we've traded up, but would have found the cash to keep Banners as well. Ok, he made a few errors, but definitely massively in credit for the performances he gave-- often at a time when many other players offered very little. As I fully accept and acknowledged however, I'd be rubbish at making these decisions. I still think, however, all sentiment aside, that Perenise is worth another year, and am surprised that when he's available he's not used more as a starter.

 
by
by (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 13:27
Is it really worth keeping Homer? Already got Watson, Atkins and McConnochie.

Keep Vuna as he can play 12 or 13.

 
Sir Redneck
Sir Redneck (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 13:35
Quote:
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Is it really worth keeping Homer? Already got Watson, Atkins and McConnochie.
Keep Vuna as he can play 12 or 13.

Absolutely. Homer rarely has a bad game and is vastly underrated IMO. Atkins still has lots to learn and McConnochie looks more at home on the wing.

 
gaz59
gaz59 (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 13:48
If Homer was singing for his supper, that was one heck of a big song in the game against Sarries

Didn't realise he was at end of contract but a priority signing as far as I'm concerned

Vuna too should be back in the BBW

 
opti
Optimist (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 13:53
Quote:
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Quote:
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Is it really worth keeping Homer? Already got Watson, Atkins and McConnochie.
Keep Vuna as he can play 12 or 13.

Absolutely. Homer rarely has a bad game and is vastly underrated IMO. Atkins still has lots to learn and McConnochie looks more at home on the wing.

Agree about Homer. But I thought McConnichie at 15 against Leinster was the performance of the season.

 
TomReagan
TomReagan (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 13:56
Homer is a quality fullback. I'd like to keep Vuna as well (I'm a bit reluctant to make any player redundant!), but if I was only finding money from the cap for one, it would be Homer.

 
BathMatt53
BathMatt53 (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 14:43
Banners isnít 1st choice at Glos and we are in need of a utility back next season...PLEASE COME BACK BANNERS (on a sensible deal of course - he will save petrol money for starters).



[Adoptee 18/19: Man Mountain Dave Attwood, back in the BB&W and ready to smash]

 
opti
Optimist (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 14:47
Quote:
BathMatt53
Banners isnít 1st choice at Glos and we are in need of a utility back next season...PLEASE COME BACK BANNERS (on a sensible deal of course - he will save petrol money for starters).

Why do we need a utility back?

 
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OutsideBath (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 14:51
Quote:
Sir Redneck
Quote:
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Is it really worth keeping Homer? Already got Watson, Atkins and McConnochie.
Keep Vuna as he can play 12 or 13.

Absolutely. Homer rarely has a bad game and is vastly underrated IMO. Atkins still has lots to learn and McConnochie looks more at home on the wing.

+1

Only a club run by fools would let Homer go.



Tom Dunn - Adopted player 2018/19

 
TomReagan
TomReagan (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 14:51
Safe to say Banners not a big fan of BC, which makes it unlikely!

 
BathMatt53
BathMatt53 (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 14:58
Quote:
Optimist
Quote:
BathMatt53
Banners isnít 1st choice at Glos and we are in need of a utility back next season...PLEASE COME BACK BANNERS (on a sensible deal of course - he will save petrol money for starters).

Why do we need a utility back?

Because we donít have enough backs and our utility back (James Wilson) would be leaving. I would get Leroy Houston back as well mind you because I am a soppy old thing.



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Johnflinn
NOM (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 15:17
Quote:
OutsideBath
Quote:
Sir Redneck
Quote:
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Is it really worth keeping Homer? Already got Watson, Atkins and McConnochie.
Keep Vuna as he can play 12 or 13.

Absolutely. Homer rarely has a bad game and is vastly underrated IMO. Atkins still has lots to learn and McConnochie looks more at home on the wing.

+1

Only a club run by fools would let Homer go.

Homer was less than happy with his brother being replaced by a Yorkshire lad and apparently made that clear at the time to the club - he has been planning his own exit ever since. (Will is rumoured to have been signed by Wasps).

Chris Cook is also a potential home grown casualty of the Yorkshire raid having only been offered a 1 year deal with another Yorkshire lad being brought in next season according to Dan Evans piece today.

The Ďhome-growní mantra sounds like good PR but when existing home grown lads are pushed out it canít do much good for the culture or current academy prospects.

 
opti
Optimist (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 15:33
I don't have a particular view about the relative strengths of those specific players, and I really like to have local players with whom one can readily identify - but 'home-grown' is secondary to 'quality' when deciding which players to keep/recruit.

Tigers appear to have taken George's little brother as part of a package, and look where that has got them.

 
charlieboa
charlieboa (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 17:19
Seems to be lots of talk about tom homer but pretty certain he isnt off contract this summer? Never been mentioned before in the various articles and debates...

 
BathMatt53
BathMatt53 (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 18:10
Wasnít mentioned in this article:

[www.somersetlive.co.uk]



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SJS
SJS (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 18:18
Quote:
BathMatt53
Wasnít mentioned in this article:
[www.somersetlive.co.uk]

Could be actually, because it seems he signed a contract extension at the same time as Rhys:

[www.bbc.co.uk]

If RP is out of contract, perhaps TH is also?

 
john fox
johnnyf (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 18:30
It seems from all the opinions here that there is a melting pot of possibilities.
This is very much in contrast to TB's indication that "transer busines was just about done".

Is the club waiting on players seeking new contracts elsewhere before condemning any players to the exit door?

Someone in the club with a good brain for maths and costs must be weighing up all the likely salary-cap implications.

 
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joethefanatic (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 19:41
Quote:
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Is it really worth keeping Homer? Already got Watson, Atkins and McConnochie.
Keep Vuna as he can play 12 or 13.

Tom Homer is the best 15 we've got, by a country mile. Anthony is a winger who plays 15. That's not the same thing.



... IMHO, of course.

Now in Honolulu

 
Old Bath Tub
Old Bath Tub (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
14 March, 2019 19:45
Quote:
OutsideBath
Quote:
Sir Redneck
Quote:
by
Is it really worth keeping Homer? Already got Watson, Atkins and McConnochie.
Keep Vuna as he can play 12 or 13.

Absolutely. Homer rarely has a bad game and is vastly underrated IMO. Atkins still has lots to learn and McConnochie looks more at home on the wing.

+1

Only a club run by fools would let Homer go.

Don't speak to soon (Sm100)



Adopted Player 2018/19 Ross Batty

"AN OUNCE OF ACTION IS WORTH A TON OF THEORY"
FRIEDRICH ENGELS

 
BathMatt53
BathMatt53 (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
20 March, 2019 09:01
[www.chronicle.co.zw]

Some pretty good players still to commit to teams for next season:

Springboks who are yet to sign contract extensions locally and in high demand overseas include the likes of Malcolm Marx (Lions), Warren Whiteley, Elton Jantjies (Lions), Pieter-Steph du Toit, Siya Kolisi, Steven Kitshoff, Frans Malherbe (Stormers), Lood de Jager, Handre Pollard (Bulls), Tendai Mtawarira and Curwin Bosch (Sharks).

If Pollard wasn't available, Elton Jantjies would have to be a better option than Cruden? Malcolm Marx not exactly a poor player either - maybe our next third choice hooker? (Sm100)



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Danchinho
Danchinho (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
20 March, 2019 09:27
sarries will probably sign about 5 of those [:wor kid:]



I probably don't know what i'm talking about.

 
gaz59
gaz59 (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
20 March, 2019 10:35
Vermuellen to Chiefs, when did that happen?

And Groom to Edinburgh, I missed that too

 
gaz59
gaz59 (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
20 March, 2019 10:43
Just seen that it is Jacques V and not Duane but even so I thought Chiefs were stacked in the back row/second row?

 
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plong (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
20 March, 2019 11:12
Between Homer & Atkins, I'd keep Homer all day long!!!

Elton Jangties - NO WAY a suitable import!!!



Adopted Players
2017-18: Sam Underhill
2016-17: Will Homer

 
BathMatt53
BathMatt53 (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
20 March, 2019 11:33
Quote:
plong
Between Homer & Atkins, I'd keep Homer all day long!!!
Elton Jangties - NO WAY a suitable import!!!

I don't know enough about him as don't get to watch Super rugby and have only seen him for S.A. where he seemed an exciting runner, if quite small. Kicking % very high. Why the reservations?



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SarrieSaint
SarrieSaint (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
20 March, 2019 12:26
BathMatt53 he's like Burns only not quite so reliable!

 
BathMatt53
BathMatt53 (IP Logged)

Re: Who now is to leave Bath?
20 March, 2019 13:24
Ah, then point taken!!



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