Back up for Biggar?
Posted by: JRM (IP Logged)
Date: 13 February, 2018 06:47


A 'job lot' with James Haskell?


Re: Back up for Biggar?
Posted by: SuffolkSaint (IP Logged)
Date: 13 February, 2018 09:10

He would have been a very exciting option.

He has sorted himself out in recent years and his style would suit the type of game we suspect Boyd will want to play (probably more so than Biggar)

Sadly I think with his England days well and truly over, he will be lost to the Premiership and will probably, understandably, take a pay day in France.

Re: Back up for Biggar?
Posted by: Nath-coys (IP Logged)
Date: 13 February, 2018 09:15

I think he will go Japan.

I would really like too see Grayson under study Biggar next year.
We have real talent there, so assured and composed at a young age.

Same goes for rest of our youngsters, woukd really like too see a system where they get good interaction with the senior guys in there positions to help and guide them.

Horne > Dingwall.

Courtney > moon.

So on and so on.

Re: Back up for Biggar?
Posted by: Eif Jones (IP Logged)
Date: 13 February, 2018 11:51

I suspect the NZ signing counts as a marquee and is outside the salary cap whilst Cioriani is within the cap. After the recent fine they are probably on the limit cap-wise.

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