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Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by silvertail, Mar 5, 2011.

  1. silvertail

    silvertail Well-Known Member Premium Member

    +443 /9
    Remind me, didn't we lose all 4 games whilst Brett was suspended. Yes, you could argue that there were other reasons for losing but he was a big loss and that is a terrible way to start the season.

    Can see that Gallop is not backing away from saying that Brett was intoxicated and second guessing the Supreme Court finding.

    So let's get this clear David, by your reckoning any player found to have had a couple of drinks deserves a 4 week suspension.
  2. eaglerob

    eaglerob Member

    +15 /0
    WELL SAID !!!!! And Brett caught a cab home..... He didn't endanger any man woman or child..... Pull Carney out of the NRL ad Gallop you gutless A$%EHOLE!!!!!!!!!! Brett was treated so wrong and YOU BLOODY KNOW IT!!!!!!!!!!!
  3. SeaEagleRock8

    SeaEagleRock8 Sea Eagle Lach Staff Member Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

    +10,547 /214
    Just for the sake of accuracy Brett's trial was before a judge and jury in the District Court, not Supreme Court. Makes no difference to anything of course, he was found not guilty is the point and there was no evidence of bad drunken behaviour.
  4. DSM5

    DSM5 Well-Known Member

    +516 /0
    I sat through every day of Brett's trial, and although the Prosecutor tried desperately to make out that Brett was drunk, there wasn't any corroboration from the cops, hotel staff from the various establishments that Brett went to, taxi driver or anyone else that agreed with him.  Even the judge got tired of the Prosecutor's attempts to establish this.  The cop who was first on the scene, and spoke to Brett for twenty minutes said that he was not drunk and they talked about the footie and club ructions.  Not the actions of a drunk, and it is disingenuous of Gallop to continue to infer this.  The fool needs to just apologise and admit his inconsistency.   
  5. Normie

    Normie Well-Known Member

    +486 /4
    Couldn't agree more DSM - well said!
  6. Andy 1972

    Andy 1972 Active Member

    +47 /0
    Even 1 win from those 4 games in 09 would have meant top 4 position and a home semi, and a better chance to defend our title.  Not to mention the way it tarnished Brett and the Manly club.  Well done Gallop.

    Manly Forever.
  7. Brissie Kid

    Brissie Kid Well-Known Member

    +1,176 /19
    Excellent summation DSM5. Excellent.
  8. sydsider

    sydsider Member

    +3 /0
    Ive had the **** bagged out of me and been abused by fellow Manly fans and banned from the telecrap,sportal and the Baistand forums for giving it to this thick headed moron and his employer along with the Qlders that started this whole thing off with their wanting control.Ill keep giving to the **** as long as i live.
  9. SwornEagle

    SwornEagle Well-Known Member

    +200 /3
    It has been absolutely appalling the way Gallop treated the Stewart situation. There has been no apology or admissions and clearly no consistency shown.

    I hope the boys use this as motivation throughout the season, especially being written off early by so many.

    Key is to use it constructively and not destructively. Positively, creatively and confidently, no suspensions or frustrations =  a winning formula.
  10. Copa Eagle

    Copa Eagle Member

    +16 /0
    I believe manly as a club should continue hounding gallop he's pretty much eaten his own words and contradicted every thing he has done, I'm appauled ! I'll be at the sfs to
    give it to carney rnd 2 see you there I may offer him a schooner as he walks into the sheds to see how his progress is going !

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