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Tigers, Benji & Monnas

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by ants, May 6, 2007.

  1. ants

    ants Active Member

    +12 / 1
    Tigers, Benji & Monnas

    Don't know how many of you guys saw the Melbourne/Tigers game last night, but it seems poor old Benji has dislocated his shoulder again! Having suffered the same injury myself he will be doing it tough to be back again this season particularly seen as it was the one he had operated on in the off-season.

    Anyways, already I can hear a few posters with the cries of "here we go again", but does anyone think the tigers might step up their bid for monnas? While Morris has been playing well for them at half, I guess he could move out one to allow monnas to slot in at 7.

    Is it possible that Monnas could leave mid-season and join them? Don't know the exact ruling on players moving mid-season, but could it happen? Personally I don't think it will happen purely because the Manly heirachy not giving it the stamp of approval. Just a thought anyway.
  2. Kiwi Eagle

    Kiwi Eagle Moderator Staff Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

    +2,424 / 31
    Tigers, Benji & Monnas

    Felt sorry for Marshall, wrong place at the wrong time. A lot will be made of his shoulders not being up to it, but that sort of impact would have stuffed anyones shoulder, was horrible

    They may up their bid, but he wont go mid season to them, and he doesnt need to imo, they still went bloody well last night

    It can and has happened with players moving mid season
  3. Downie

    Downie Active Member

    +3 / 0
    Tigers, Benji & Monnas

    We got someone from the Roosters mid-season a couple of years ago, didn't we?
  4. Disco

    Disco Well-Known Member

    +1,183 / 36
    Tigers, Benji & Monnas

    there is no way i'd release him mid-season

    Why strengthen another team and weaken ours, there would be absolutly no benefit in releasing Monas mid year

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