Yorkshire news Featherstone Rovers recruitment update with three reported targets ruled out PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - Rovers and Sean Long continue to work on their squad for the new season.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Featherstone Rovers remain on the lookout for additions to complete their squad, but three players linked with the club will not be making the move to Post Office Road. In recent weeks, speculation has linked them with moves for France captain Tony Gigot, Wigan Warriors prop Patrick Mago and Scotland winger Matty Russell. Starting with Russell, it's believed there was interest from Rovers but the former Toulouse winger will instead head elsewhere ahead of the new season. Meanwhile, reports linking them with Gigot and Mago were described as 'loose speculation' by sources. But Featherstone are still looking to make two or three additions to their squad, with another halfback option and energetic forwards two key areas of focus for the ambitious Championship side. Read more: Leeds Rhinos appoint Tony Smith as part of ongoing coaching restructure Sean Long has overseen four signings so far.
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. And the French pairing of Mathieu Cozza and Thomas Lacans. Cozza, a forward, made ten appearances for the Dragons while playmaker Lacans spent last season working alongside James Maloney in Elite 1, leaving him with a solid background upon arrival. It's believed that Featherstone are in talks with both Super League clubs and players from the World Cup as part of their recruitment drive. However, it's clear that Rovers aren't planning a major overhaul with minimal additions to come before the start of the season. Read next More England fixtures confirmed as plans for 2023 rugby league European Championship unveiled Catalans Dragons general manager provides recruitment update with quota spots unoccupied Samoa become latest nation to declare interest in Test series against England Martin Offiah picks England's next captain with Sam Tomkins set to end Australia keen on England Ashes series after Rugby League World Cup exploits
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