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Jim Hamilton
Discussion started by GerryK , 09 September, 2019 21:51
Jim Hamilton
GerryK 09 September, 2019 21:51
Very good article in last Sundays , Sunday Times magazine about the positive influence that Sarries have had on Jim. In particular he praises the culture, Nigel's support for players after their playing days and the support for families. Jim is quite clear that the environment is more important than just money. if you get a chance to read it , it warms the heart and makes us even more proud of our club

Re: Jim Hamilton
Dave Berko 10 September, 2019 09:50
Totally agree

Re: Jim Hamilton
AP 10 September, 2019 22:51
Odd, I can't find it online.



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Re: Jim Hamilton
AlanE 11 September, 2019 04:56
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AP
Odd, I can't find it online.

I think it was said to be in the ST Magazine? Am I right that the magazine (irritatingly) doesn't appear in the online edition?



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Re: Jim Hamilton
JO'G 11 September, 2019 12:29
probalby a good idea to not put online something that might support the fact that Saracens players joing for sometying other than money (Sm159)


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