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Josh Adams: Scarlets would welcome Wales wing back
Powick Eastander (IP Logged)
27 November, 2018 11:41

 
Brummagem Bertie
Re: Josh Adams: Scarlets would welcome Wales wing back
Brummagem Bertie (IP Logged)
27 November, 2018 12:05
There's no doubt that the Scarlets style would suit Josh and give him a chance to shine. If he likes playing on artificial turf, however, Cardiff would be a good move and they have some exciting young backs too.

Just as long as it not the Hairsprays.



Whatever you do, do it safely!

 
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Re: Josh Adams: Scarlets would welcome Wales wing back
TeflonTed (IP Logged)
27 November, 2018 13:43
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Brummagem Bertie
Just as long as it not the Hairsprays.

Yes, my old home town team has never been the same since those bandits from The Gnoll were forced upon us.

As for Josh, I do wonder if his previous time at Llanelli/Scarlets will work for or against him. It didnít seem a logical move when he came to Wuss, something went off the rails somewhere.

 
Warrior7
Re: Josh Adams: Scarlets would welcome Wales wing back
Warrior7 (IP Logged)
27 November, 2018 13:51
I thought Adams/someone else made a comment about the coaching at the Scarlets which made him unhappy there, hence how Vesty convinced him to join us, could be wrong though.

I hope he goes somewhere he can still progress at regional/club level (if he goes), could be interesting regarding the Scarlets as Pivac will be Wales coach after the WC.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 27/11/2018 13:52 by Warrior7.

 
usa warrior
Re: Josh Adams: Scarlets would welcome Wales wing back
usa warrior (IP Logged)
27 November, 2018 14:11
Quite simple really, he wasn't offered a contract with them and we stepped in.

Scarlets haven't appointed a successor for Pivac, yet, so I expect he'll bide his time and see what develops.

 
Malvern Man
Re: Josh Adams: Scarlets would welcome Wales wing back
Malvern Man (IP Logged)
30 November, 2018 09:40
I read somewhere that Francis the Exeter prop and Wales' number one choice tighthead has fewer than 60 caps but is refusing to go to Wales for obvious reasons. There was talk of changing the rules for him, which they could hardly do without doing the same for Josh Adams.

 
Warrior7
Re: Josh Adams: Scarlets would welcome Wales wing back
Warrior7 (IP Logged)
30 November, 2018 11:02
MM, I believe Francis had a clause in his contract from a couple of years ago so can still sign another contract with Exe.

 
Malvern Man
Re: Josh Adams: Scarlets would welcome Wales wing back
Malvern Man (IP Logged)
30 November, 2018 11:04
Thanks. I suppose our Josh didn't think he'd be playing for Wales two years ago!

 
usa warrior
Re: Josh Adams: Scarlets would welcome Wales wing back
usa warrior (IP Logged)
30 November, 2018 11:14
Francis has a built in extension option which was in his existing contract, hence he could take it up without having a new contract. This was the crucial point.

 
Latecomer
Re: Josh Adams: Scarlets would welcome Wales wing back
Latecomer (IP Logged)
30 November, 2018 19:59
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usa warrior
Francis has a built in extension option which was in his existing contract, hence he could take it up without having a new contract. This was the crucial point.

Doh !! Why didn't we think of that !!

 
usa warrior
Re: Josh Adams: Scarlets would welcome Wales wing back
usa warrior (IP Logged)
30 November, 2018 21:46
No idea if thatís typical of contracts or not tbh. Anyone?

 
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Re: Josh Adams: Scarlets would welcome Wales wing back
Faithful_City (IP Logged)
30 November, 2018 21:56
We discussed exactly this sveral weeks ago.

JP


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