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Re: Academy Prospects Fri May 21, 2021 1:33 pm  
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Well done Hull FC

Congratulations to all at the club . Better luck next time Dobbins.
Re: Academy Prospects Fri May 21, 2021 1:34 pm  
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ccs wrote:
It's based on the theory that (too many) academies in some areas have severely impacted on the community game.
Two in our area is probably one too many, perhaps.

Also, there was a very strict limit on how many Elite Academies there would be...

"That led to an agreement that a maximum of 12 licences should be awarded – up to nine in “Core Affinity Areas”, up to two in “Emerging Affinity Areas”, and up to one in France."


I have read our own website as well, have you an opinion of your own. Just curious.
Re: Academy Prospects Fri May 21, 2021 2:16 pm  

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Well done to all at Hull FC for acheiving this as well as the other elite clubs.

Commiserations to those that missed out, maybe see you in 2024 x
Re: Academy Prospects Fri May 21, 2021 4:44 pm  

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ccs wrote:
Try the first 2 criteria for starters....

1. To ensure that Academies are operated sensitively and proportionately to the continuing good health of the Community Game;

2. That the number of players selected for Academies is proportionate to the number of players within the Community Game at the relevant age and that the players selected have a genuine opportunity of progressing into the Super League and National teams;


It seems clear to me that they've applied criteria 2 sensibly. Finite amount of players with a genuine chance to progress in each catchment. Assess the credibility of each potential provider of academy pathways based on evidence not rhetoric. Award elite status on this basis. The club have been working really hard on this for a long time to make sure the evidence was in place for assessment and criteria met. Other clubs in the process have been sat on their hands apparently. A shame but it's not like this was a surprise.
Re: Academy Prospects Sat May 22, 2021 7:14 am  
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Safe to say FC will reap the benefits of recruiting the best talents in the area, I for one think it's another monumental cock up by the RFL . Every club deserves a level playing field at academy level , it's elitism and only hamstrings clubs for what good reason? I honestly don't understand it, yes tell clubs they need to bring standards up but don't stop their academy's competing as that'll be a lot of young lads chances of going pro now diminished due to playing against poorer opposition and whatever other disadvantages this brings.
Re: Academy Prospects Sat May 22, 2021 3:44 pm  

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https://twitter.com/hullfcofficial/stat ... 18018?s=19

Big win for the academy against Bradford 44-8; with a hat trick for Jude Ferreira.
Re: Academy Prospects Sat May 22, 2021 3:53 pm  

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Safe to say FC will reap the benefits of recruiting the best talents in the area, I for one think it's another monumental cock up by the RFL . Every club deserves a level playing field at academy level , it's elitism and only hamstrings clubs for what good reason? I honestly don't understand it, yes tell clubs they need to bring standards up but don't stop their academy's competing as that'll be a lot of young lads chances of going pro now diminished due to playing against poorer opposition and whatever other disadvantages this brings.

What does that mean - every club should get the same central funding regardless of how genuine their track record or commitment? Let's not forget some clubs were super quick to sack off reserves when it didn't suit them, and some are spending more effort scouting outside their geographies than providing genuine local pathways to first team. A good thing I think that the panel leader was a former but recent RFL President (and led the Championship selection process too) so will be very familiar with the applicants and big picture.
Re: Academy Prospects Sat May 22, 2021 4:03 pm  

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Mrs Barista wrote:
What does that mean - every club should get the same central funding regardless of how genuine their track record or commitment? Let's not forget some clubs were super quick to sack off reserves when it didn't suit them, and some are spending more effort scouting outside their geographies than providing genuine local pathways to first team. A good thing I think that the panel leader was a former but recent RFL President (and led the Championship selection process too) so will be very familiar with the applicants and big picture.


From 2018 prior to the RAF match.
This game will also be the final farewell to outgoing RFL President Air Commodore Dean Andrew, who is from Hull and regularly attends Hull FC matches.
Re: Academy Prospects Sat May 22, 2021 4:10 pm  

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From 2018 prior to the RAF match.
This game will also be the final farewell to outgoing RFL President Air Commodore Dean Andrew, who is from Hull and regularly attends Hull FC matches.

Mike Smith (Hull KR CEO for years) is Vice President of the RFL isn't he? :lol:
Paranoia and conspiracy theories are the order of the day it seems; easier than addressing the possibility that the evidence presented may have been weak in certain key areas?
Re: Academy Prospects Sat May 22, 2021 5:00 pm  

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Mike Smith (Hull KR CEO for years) is Vice President of the RFL isn't he? :lol:
Paranoia and conspiracy theories are the order of the day it seems; easier than addressing the possibility that the evidence presented may have been weak in certain key areas?


Only time will tell.
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