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Thread: Matt Crooks talks about Jordan Sinnott

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    Matt Crooks talks about Jordan Sinnott


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    Shows the benefits that the extended family set up at RUFC can bring.

    Back in the 70s one of my classmates from school topped himself, I didn't understand it then, I don't understand it now. No warnings, no indicators, no cries for help, he just did it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grist_To_The_Mill View Post
    Shows the benefits that the extended family set up at RUFC can bring.

    Back in the 70s one of my classmates from school topped himself, I didn't understand it then, I don't understand it now. No warnings, no indicators, no cries for help, he just did it.
    Someone I played football in the early 90s did the same. No one has any idea why to this day.

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    Maybe the "Warne way " is the right way.
    Treating people with respect might catch on, maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Townerslovechild View Post
    Maybe the "Warne way " is the right way.
    Treating people with respect might catch on, maybe.
    I hope so, but there is a limit. Players are employees of the club and as such are contracted to turn up for work. Absence should only be under exceptional circumstances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Davis (Advertiser) View Post
    Thanks for the article Paul, much appreciated.

    We always try to show respect to people, brought our kids / grandkids up the same way.
    Usually works fine on most occasions.

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