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Barrett made some errors at Manly, and the manner of his departure was possibly the biggest of all. Was it inexperience or does he lack some vital quality a head coach needs in NRL? I have no idea, and I won't begrudge him success except against us!
It was not his inexperience but his Character that he left his players that loved to have a beer with him and our club .

Any other person with character with belief and pride in their unfinished work would have stayed and made a statement and not a quick exit

But Trent decided to take the easy way out and take his money and piss off
 

Bring back the.... Biff?

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It was not his inexperience but his Character that he left his players that loved to have a beer with him and our club .

Any other person with character with belief and pride in their unfinished work would have stayed and made a statement and not a quick exit

But Trent decided to take the easy way out and take his money and piss off
I still cant believe how he just gave up.. what a twat. If not for parra being that little bit more ****ter than us we would of claimed our 1st spoon. The barrett supporters seem to forget this important fact. I wanted him to do well and he had a good year when we had green but once teams figured us out it was curtains.. no plan B, then he left baby rattler in hand along with his lawn furniture.
 

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Maintaining typical NRL culture after switching to Super Rugby, Suliasi Vunivalu has been stood down for the Super Rugby AU season opener after he was charged with allegedly pushing a security guard at a licensed venue in Brisbane.

 

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Right on cue, just a few weeks out from the competition, Trenty has yet another excuse to add to his arsenal for when he fails miserably again.


Canterbury forward Adam Elliott to be interviewed over incident at home of former teammate​


Canterbury forward Adam Elliott is the subject of an internal club inquiry and an NRL integrity unit investigation after a late-night incident at the home of former teammate Michael Lichaa.
Lichaa was charged with multiple offences on Sunday amid allegations he assaulted a 26-year-old woman. There is no suggestion Elliott has done anything wrong, nor is he the subject of police investigations, but the club was sufficiently concerned to contact the NRL integrity unit to make them aware of the matter.

“The club has reported the matter to the NRL integrity unit and is currently working with them,” the Bulldogs said in a statement.

Canterbury chair John Khoury confirmed the club had notified their sponsors and stakeholders. Khoury also spoke to ARL Commission chair Peter V’landys and NRL chief executive Andrew Abdo.

“If there is a problem, the club and the concerned individual are going to own it,” Khoury said.

“What we have done and are doing is contact all our stakeholders and key sponsors. This is a very fluid situation. But there are no police issues with our player.”

News Corp papers on Monday morning reported that Lichaa and a current NRL player, believed to be Elliott, were involved in an alleged altercation after a misunderstanding at a home in Sydney’s south.

On arrival, police found Lichaa with cuts to his arm and hand. He was treated at hospital before being charged over allegations of a domestic-related assault.

“Officers from St George Police Area Command attended and located a 27-year-old man with serious injuries to his arms,” the police statement said.

“It’s alleged that man had been involved in an argument with another man and woman in the early hours of the morning,” the statement said.

“During the argument the man allegedly assaulted the 26-year-old woman, who is known to him. He was arrested and taken to St George Hospital for treatment, before being transported under police guard to the Sydney Hospital where he underwent surgery.

“After his release from hospital, the man was taken to Kogarah Police Station where he was charged with common assault (DV), destroy or damage property (DV) and stalk/intimidate intend fear physical harm (DV).”
A Trent Barrett bondind session.
 

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It was not his inexperience but his Character that he left his players that loved to have a beer with him and our club .

Any other person with character with belief and pride in their unfinished work would have stayed and made a statement and not a quick exit

But Trent decided to take the easy way out and take his money and piss off
Best thing that happened to the club since 2014.
 

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I still cant believe how he just gave up.. what a twat. If not for parra being that little bit more ****ter than us we would of claimed our 1st spoon. The barrett supporters seem to forget this important fact. I wanted him to do well and he had a good year when we had green but once teams figured us out it was curtains.. no plan B, then he left baby rattler in hand along with his lawn furniture.
Careful Biff, Trent is a very abrasive long term poster on here. He's Teflon coated as well.
 

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Rugby league stars have been put on notice — the state’s most powerful law enforcer is poised to join the NRL on the independent commission.

NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller has been offered a role by commission chairman Peter V’landys in a move to stamp out the off-field misbehaviour that is costing the NRL millions of dollars each year in sponsorship money.

Under the agreement Mr Fuller would donate his $75,000 annual directors’ fee to Police Legacy, the charity closest to his heart that raises funds to provide welfare to families of officers struck by tragedy.


The NSW Labor leader has been slammed for telling the state’s top cop to concentrate on his current job after he was tapped to join the Australian Rugby League Commission.

NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller has been offered a role by ARLC and NRL chairman Peter V’landys in a move to stamp out the off-field misbehaviour that is costing the league millions of dollars each year in sponsorship money.
 
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