Wolves' Rhys Williams joins Salford City Reds on loan

Williams joins Salford on loan

Williams joins Salford on loan

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WARRINGTON Wolves' Welsh winger Rhys Williams has joined Salford City Reds on an inital month's loan.

Wolves' head of coaching and rugby Tony Smith has expressed reluctance on letting players go out on loan if they were going to be used as 'back-up' players.

It would seem then that the 23-year-old is set to figure in Salford's first game of the new season against Wigan Warriors on Friday night.

Williams has previously had spells on loan at Crusaders and Castleford Tigers.

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8:24pm Wed 30 Jan 13

Casual Postman of Orford says...

Makes sense, hopefully he will get a full time deal at Salford as he's good enough to play 1sf team just not good enough to get in Wire team at present.
Makes sense, hopefully he will get a full time deal at Salford as he's good enough to play 1sf team just not good enough to get in Wire team at present. Casual Postman of Orford
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10:34am Thu 31 Jan 13

mrwolf says...

Casual Postman of Orford wrote:
Makes sense, hopefully he will get a full time deal at Salford as he's good enough to play 1sf team just not good enough to get in Wire team at present.
Totally agree with the above this is a fantastic opportunity for Williams he certainly has the potential and now this is his chance to get some super league experience.
[quote][p][bold]Casual Postman of Orford[/bold] wrote: Makes sense, hopefully he will get a full time deal at Salford as he's good enough to play 1sf team just not good enough to get in Wire team at present.[/p][/quote]Totally agree with the above this is a fantastic opportunity for Williams he certainly has the potential and now this is his chance to get some super league experience. mrwolf
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10:42am Thu 31 Jan 13

wolfitdown says...

He will definitely benefit from playing regular SL, yet find it strange as Salford have two very good, well established wingers.
He will definitely benefit from playing regular SL, yet find it strange as Salford have two very good, well established wingers. wolfitdown
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10:55am Thu 31 Jan 13

mrwolf says...

wolfitdown wrote:
He will definitely benefit from playing regular SL, yet find it strange as Salford have two very good, well established wingers.
Good point but with williams being a modern day (bigger built) winger i think they’ll try and establish him as a centre as i recall he has played centre before after all.
[quote][p][bold]wolfitdown[/bold] wrote: He will definitely benefit from playing regular SL, yet find it strange as Salford have two very good, well established wingers.[/p][/quote]Good point but with williams being a modern day (bigger built) winger i think they’ll try and establish him as a centre as i recall he has played centre before after all. mrwolf
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