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  • "First - are you blind at RP?? FORWARDS FORWARDS FORARDS are what the Dragons Need not 2Marquee Signings to take the heat off the Coaching Staff

    Second - If Dragons join the Aviva, they will get blown to pieces upfront

    Third - Why are the Dragons reluctant to invest in FORWARDS rather than Marquee backs

    FOURTH - Why do the fans keep getting suckered in, use your voices and demand FORWARDS be signed

    It is all well and good signing the above 2 IF they join HOWEVER wouldnt the Dragons Fans prefer 3 or4 forwards who can scrummage , just think of the salary these two must b getting = in my opinion it wold be better spent on FORWARDS as GWENT & DRAGONS have endless supply of young and upcoming backs

    FORWARDS - FORWARDS - FORWARDS - FORWARDS"
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Dragons closing in on double delight with Wales international signings

Dragons closing in on double delight with Wales international signings

First published in Sport
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NEWPORT Gwent Dragons are set to pull off the biggest double signing coup in their recent history with two Welsh internationals reportedly on the way.

While there has been no official confirmation from the Rodney Parade based region, reports suggest fullback Lee Byrne and winger Aled Brew will arrive at the end of the season.

Despite reported interest from Cardiff Blues, it is understood long-term target Byrne, linked with the Dragons for several weeks, will sign from Clermont Auvergne.

The 33-year old former Lions member is thought to be keen for a move back to Wales and is currently recuperating from a shoulder injury.

His signing would boost a young Dragons squad in terms of experience and provide stern competition for Wales international Dan Evans.

Brew's return would mean a third spell with the Dragons after a two-year stint in France.

Brew expressed a desire to rejoin the region he has scored 215 points for when he departed for France.

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