Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Jethro, Sep 18, 2017.
According to FOX Sports, Shaun Fensom signs a one year deal with the Donkeys.
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Scam 2 year deal with Purple Scum. Probably a "$1" per season knowing them. https://www.foxsports.com.au/nrl/nr...m/news-story/e50d6ff65b278bbd507c36271b9d6867
English Championship club Featherstone have signed hooker Cameron King four months after he was released by NRL side Parramatta.
Looks like Bunnies winger Richie Kennar has decided to shelve his mormon mission and joined Seibold at the Broncos....
Smith re-signs with Storm until 2020
Parramatta could force centre Michael Jennings to start the season in reserve grade, as they look to fast-track the exodus of the 30-year-old veteran. Jennings picked up the final year of his $800,000 per year deal, with Eels higher-ups powerless given the decision was up to Jennings.
Wade Graham re-signs with the Sharks to 2022, last contract of his career I believe.
St George Illawarra captain Gareth Widdop has opted to walk away from the final two years of his contract at the Dragons so he can return home and play in the UK Super League.
The ridiculously talented Greg Inglis, whom has provided many footy moments and memories, has announced his retirement at season's end. One more year of Inglis and it's over for him. Good luck in 2019 (except against Manly). Zero Tackle being the source.
Wrong, will retire end of 2020 season.
Thanks for the correction. Retirement from rep games in 2019, and NRL in 2020. Atleast and at last he's going.
Manly to sign English forward - Zorbs said on radio this morning
Greg Inglis has dropped a bombshell ahead of the new season, announcing the 2020 NRL season will be his last. Along with his plans to retire from club footy, Inglis also confirmed 2019 will be his final year in the representative arena. Via a video sent to Rabbitohs members on Friday, an emotional Inglis confirmed he'll see out his current contract with the club. The South Sydney skipper said it was a decision he made "purely" on his own, and one he had been "thinking about in the last two and a half months". "At the end of 2020 I'll be hanging up the boots, I'll be giving away the game, but staying around this club hopefully for a long time after I retire," the 32-year-old said. "For the next two years I'll be giving everything I can to this great club. "2019 will be my last representative season, therefore next year I'll be solely concentrating on the South Sydney Rabbitohs. "As this will come as a surprise to a lot of people, I think it's time for me to hang the boots up at the end of my contract."
BREAKING: Shane Flanagan has resigned as head coach of @Cronulla_Sharks. Full story @telegraph_sport
Rabbitohs prop George Burgess has knocked back an offer from the Parramatta Eels, per NRL.com. The English international will remain with the Bunnies until at least the end of the 2019 season despite drawing interest from the Eels on a multi-year contract.
Wests Tigers sound out Laurie Daley to be halves consultant
Recurrence of knee soreness set to sideline South Sydney star Greg Inglis for entire pre-season
Manly Sea Eagles back rower Joel Thompson has confirmed Super League is in his future plans. Speaking on a player Q&A held on Clarkey's NRL Column earlier today Thompson stated, "As a family we want to move to the UK and live other there at some stage... If that's after next season or the one after.. that's what our plans are.... that's where I'll head at some stage." Thompson is 30 years of age & has played 199 games of NRL. He is currently contracted to the Manly Sea Eagles for 2019 & spoke constantly through the Q&A on his focus for 2019 being returning to finals footy.
Cronulla will intensify their search for a head coach this week with the NRL club’s board and CEO Barry Russell to begin interviewing candidates.Less than four weeks out from their first trial against Manly, the Sharks are still without a full-time coach following Shane Flanagan’s resignation. John Morris has been guiding the club through the pre-season in an interim role and heads a short list of candidates. Penrith assistant and former Sharks back-rower Cameron Ciraldo and St Helens coach Justin Holbrook have also been mentioned as contenders. It’s understood that former Manly coach Trent Barrett has yet to be offered an interview.
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