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Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by anthonyb1965, Aug 16, 2011.
Is on the Props Pentathlon tomorrow night on Fox!!
'Fully Lussick' - is that a banner?
Its a play on "Fully Sick" I would imagine and not bad at all
If that's the case shouldn't it be "Full Lussick". Hectic Bro !!
Yep, one of the girls has that as a banner. Also, his fellow workers (he is a bouncer at Dee Why Hotel when he's not playing) love it when you refer to him as Fully Lussick.
was he on? i had it on in the background but didn't notice?
I am pretty sure the props pentathlon wasn't on maybe next week
They talked too much and ran out of time. 1 hour I won't get back...
The video is up on Foxsports website now. He nailed the final kick at Laurie to finish up with 8pts and the lead, and the way DCE was raving on made it seem like Manly was the last team to go. That's two winners in 3 years! They might actually get his name right from now on though, they referred to him as "Lassick" :s
Can you beleive, in the paper than NEVER has anything other than the Bronco's, the Titans and the Cowboys in it that in todays Courier Mail, there's a half page story on "Fully Lussick"....a Manly player....the only time you get any other stories in the Bronco Mail is they'll occasionally have a story about the team the Bronco's are about to play (but only if it's at Suncorp).
Maybe the broncos have poached him already for 2013.
Don't think so, it's about the unusual situation of him having a job as well as being an NRL player.
Thanks for the heads up
Worth a read actually...but as I said the first Manly related story (other than after our 08 GF victory) I have read in the Courier Mail since I arrived here in 2005[hr] Must have been a slow news day in Brisbane, here's the article from the Tele in Sydney http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/nrl/manly-prop-darcy-lussick-among-rare-nrl-players-who-also-have-a-job/story-e6frexnr-1226117768246
Good to see our Media manager all over this....
Thanks UP - I got that! Lol.
Got a link man?