I was reading how disappointed Roosters are at losing RTS after 3 years of development. Through coaching and mentoring they have brought a talented junior through to a top flight fullback. They were hoping he would fill that spot for the next 10 years. He is a 21 year old earning $400,000 a season. The Warriors come along and offered $800,000 a season and he has taken it. We were in same boat with DCE. The Club appeared to put in the right support to take a talented junior and assist in making him a top level footballer in his position. Is it so wrong he is leaving for more money? I have not put Foran into this category although he was offered more money then he is worth. The other one that started this for me is Jack Bird. Benji was commenting on how Bird had/has lots of trouble with arthritis and the Dragons spent a lot of money on medication so he could continue playing football. As he is about to break into top grade Sharks offer more money and he goes. There was some suggestion that Dragons have salary cap pressures (wow I would love to know who these players are that are chewing up the cap. I hope they pay their managers well!) I just wonder to myself how much a player owes to a Club that have developed his skills. No easy answer.