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2016 salary cap breakdown

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Mango, Nov 2, 2015.

  1. Mango

    Mango Active Member

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    Just completed MY breakdown of our current 25 man roster! From listed known salaries and from others I've assumed. Really struggling to get it down to the $6.8M... Manlys accountants must have a pretty sharp pencil! (Don't tell anyone!)
    Interested to see your breakdowns ?
     
  2. Mango

    Mango Active Member

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    1 Brett Stuart 600
    2 George tofua. 200
    3 Steve Matai 500
    4 Jamie Lyon. 600
    5 Peta hiku. 200
    6 tom trbojevic 150.
    7 DCE $$ 1300.
    8 Nate Myles 500
    9 API koroisau 200
    10 Jake trbojevic 150
    11 Jamie buhrer 250
    12 Lewis brown 250.
    13 Martin toupou 600
    14 Matt parcell 150
    15 feliti matao 300
    16 Brenton Lawrence 250
    17 Darcy lussick 250
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    $6,450 000
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    18 Blake Leary 120
    19 Tom symonds 150
    20 Liam knight 80
    21 Tim moltzen 100
    22 Braden williame 80.
    23 Luke burgess 150
    24 josh starling 120
    25 tony santi 80
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    $7,330 000
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    26 fabian Goodall
    27 Jayden hodges
    28 Nathan green
    29 Tom Wright
    30 Billy Bainbridge
    31 brad Parker

    There's a lot of guess work?
    Going on..
     
  3. Hgbcds

    Hgbcds Well-Known Member

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    can toms salary be part of the 20s ?
     
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  4. bones

    bones Bones Knows Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Impossible to do unless you know how much of the players salaries are taken up by TPAs.
     
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  5. Mango

    Mango Active Member

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    Is there a maximum TPAs?
     
  6. Loobs

    Loobs I am not really Scott Penn Premium Member

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    Correct. DCE's for example is made up with a lot of outside money. That's how they got it as sweet and juicy as it is.
     
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  7. Slide

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    I've got it! The cap is $6.8M so you're $530k over. $530k divided by 25 players means they all need to take a paycut of $21 200 each. Those on minimum salary can't take that cut so their share needs to be split amongst a few of the middle order. Easy!
     
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  8. Mango

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    Can't see DCE doing that!
    Count him out..
     
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  9. bones

    bones Bones Knows Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    No. It's unlimited as far as I was aware. They just cannot come from anyone associated with the club.
     
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  10. Mango

    Mango Active Member

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    Third party agreements??.............

    How many active Silvertails members are we??

    How much have you spent on memberships etc???

    I'm afraid it's time to build a kitty jar my feathered friends!! And buy ourselves a little Bird!!
     
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  11. Mark from Brisbane

    Mark from Brisbane Living the dream Premium Member

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  12. Mango

    Mango Active Member

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    If that's the case, I guess big Sammy B will be chump change for mr Packer!
     
  13. maxta

    maxta Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Breakdown most teams & the numbers wont stack up, there are plenty of ways to skim the table.....& keep in mind there's different ways contracts are built these days including backended ect to make it work.
    Some simply don't care as they have ppl in higher places.
     
  14. Loobs

    Loobs I am not really Scott Penn Premium Member

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    I think the Parra fans tried to get a pool for a TPA but the players refused to accept shop-a-dockets...
     
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  15. Mango

    Mango Active Member

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    Ask Mr Toovey about getting back ended !!
     
  16. ManlyArmy

    ManlyArmy Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    I thought that post was going to end with doll cheques
     
  17. bones

    bones Bones Knows Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Isn't Packer associated to souffs through sponsorship? If so, then he is not allowed to supply any TPAs.
     
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  18. Mango

    Mango Active Member

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    It would really give us " Silvertails " some credibility!
     
  19. maxta

    maxta Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    At least wait till he gets the CEO gig Mango, there will be investigations all day!!
     
  20. EaglesDontTweet

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    Third Party Agreements
    From Rugby League Reference Centre.......NRL Link here:
    http://www.nrl.com/nrlhq/referencecentre/salarycap/tabid/10434/default.aspx

    A lot on there - well worth a look (it might only go to 2014 though??).
    Here is a bit on TPAs:

    Third Party AgreementsThird party agreements are payments made by companies directly to players. There is no restriction on the amount a player can earn through third party agreements where he is being paid for his own intellectual property, without the need to employ club logos or names and where the company involved is neither a club sponsor nor are they acting on behalf of a club to secure the player's services. An example of this is a player promoting a brand or product, for example, Billy Slater and Australian Bananas.
    Many players have third party agreements that are outside the salary cap. Individual players registered third party agreements totalling in excess of $10 million in 2013.

    All third party agreements must be registered and approved beforehand. This is to ensure that they do not become a way for clubs or players to use sponsors or third parties to undermine the salary cap and also for the game to ensure the protection of club and game intellectual property. There are provisions for club sponsors to enter into agreements with elite players under the Marquee Player Agreement allowance.
     
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