- Apr 21, 2019
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Could be even lower than that once he's off contract. If he gets 500k it'll be from a desperate side. Reckon he owes Des for getting him his payday, 2 years at 400k per isn't out of the realms of possibility. As long as it doesn't cost us Schuster.But if you could get foran on say 500k?
Dogs would probably jump at itcto get him offbthe books.
Yes 400k-450k sounds about right.. how much is Thompson on? That will free up some cash for a 5/8thCould be even lower than that once he's off contract. If he gets 500k it'll be from a desperate side. Reckon he owes Des for getting him his payday, 2 years at 400k per isn't out of the realms of possibility. As long as it doesn't cost us Schuster.
To be fair DCE has a much better team than Foran around him and we got flogged by the sharks.. nothing would change if DCE was there instead of Foran.. could be worseS'funny
I'm sure Des isn't. But unless Des speaks I guess we wont know. Actually if Des speaks we still wont know. lol
Certainly carved up those tigers in their 34-6 loss didn't he?
But played 80 mins. Wont be long until his next 3 month injury lay off.
Maybe Wally Lewis? Cliffy? Someone a trophy is named after. They must be pretty good !
Ok.. out of Maloney green and foran id like Maloney. He's a little **** we'd fall in love with and he's a winner.get yer teeth into this one then....
Don't be surprised if rugby league's best 'Mr Fix-it' - James Maloney - makes a return to the NRL in 2021.
Maloney's NRL career looked to be over when he jetted out to France with his family to join Catalans on a three-year Super League contract late last year.
But just four games into Maloney's new deal, COVID-19 shut down Super League and its future remains clouded.
. Most of Manly's attack came off the forwards rolling forward through the middle last year. Manly were ranked number one in this department. Marty and AFB rarely get taken to the ground either and usually take 3 defenders to stop them. Problem this year is a hooker which has no footy smarts. Can throw a ok flat pass but that is really ineffective today's game, need to engage defence first. Also feel we are missing impact off the bench, Jetski and Paeska really offering not much, and missing the impact of Faniu off the bench too. Surprised not too see a sipley type get a goApi wasn't utilized well under Des, Brookie being a generally slow slippery track doesn't help his up tempo engage the markers play either.
I mentioned last year that Api will do well at the Panthers with a coach that believes in him and playing on faster tracks away from Brookie more often.
In saying that his slow loopy ball service out of dummy half shortens up the lateral game a fair bit if there is no space around the markers to exploit, giving the halves less time and space when the team is not going forward.
Our main issue(for a few years now) is a lack of power explosive straightness in our sets, too much looking for second phase play instead of just hitting the line at pace with numbers in support to take the pressure off the lead runner and keep the defence honest.
As much as we love the numbers of AFB and Marty etc sometimes their numbers are ineffective numbers and generate slow play the balls(being held upright but reasonably contained adding a few more metres) or second phase play that sometimes is over valued and doesn't amount to much(other than the hope it fatigues the defensive line eventually in an accumulative way)