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Quin's Ibotoye to France
Discussion started by Tiggs , 29 July, 2020 08:44
Quin's Ibotoye to France
Tiggs 29 July, 2020 08:44
To Agen, it seems England are losing quite a few players to Japan and France.
Wonder what the long term impact will be ?



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Re: Quin's Ibotoye to France
TonyMay 29 July, 2020 10:05
Expect it to get worse after the tory Brexit crisis further damages the UK economy and weakens the pound.

Re: Quin's Ibotoye to France
SK 88 29 July, 2020 10:26
Due to the pay cuts imposed.

We are by no means the only club, just seems we were the only ones to have certain players determined to air the dirty laundry in public.

Re: Quin's Ibotoye to France
Tiggs 29 July, 2020 10:26
I would have quite liked to see him developing at Tigers.



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Re: Quin's Ibotoye to France
Ayerzawannabe 29 July, 2020 10:40
Maybe in 2 years time Nadolo replacement depending on how he goes in france of course.

Re: Quin's Ibotoye to France
Brownian Motion 29 July, 2020 10:58
Quote:
SK 88
We are by no means the only club, just seems we were the only ones to have treated our staff so badly in the process, that certain players determined to air the dirty laundry in public.

Fixed that for you.



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Re: Quin's Ibotoye to France
seventyeight 29 July, 2020 12:45
Do we really have to tolerate yet another rugby thread being infiltrated by those who canít help but thrust their political thoughts on others? It has become difficult to avoid and is increasingly off putting.

Re: Quin's Ibotoye to France
PrestonTiger 29 July, 2020 12:50
Well when it impacts on rugby, it is related.
The hugely reduced value of the pound following the brexit vote has an effect

Re: Quin's Ibotoye to France
(JSF) 29 July, 2020 14:17
Quote:
seventyeight
Do we really have to tolerate yet another rugby thread being infiltrated by those who canít help but thrust their political thoughts on others? It has become difficult to avoid and is increasingly off putting.

aparently we do sad smiley

Re: Quin's Ibotoye to France
Rich W 29 July, 2020 14:36
Quote:
PrestonTiger
Well when it impacts on rugby, it is related.
The hugely reduced value of the pound following the brexit vote has an effect

Quite - the cause might be political but the potential effect on the sport is worth consideration on here.



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