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Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by QldEagle01, Oct 2, 2011.
what did brett say to Gallop?
It seemed very professional but I doubt we'll ever find out what was said.
It looked like 'we got some stuff to thrash out and I'm just reminding you I haven't forgotten....'
He said, "I'm sorry you never were a rugby league player. Ps karma."
mate, take me out for no reason, but here you are shaking my hand.
Looked to me like Glenn had more of a go at Gallop. Gallop was trying to smile through it, but Glenn looked like he was telling him something. Good on him
Yep - and second time around of greetings they both couldn't get away fast enough from eachother.
gallos face was priceless, whatever was said....
I don't think it was anything controversial. It looked like Gallop said "well said" at the end
Gift gave nothing away in the presser after the game except to imply that they are moving on.
. This is what i thought. Whatever was said i believe it would have been professional. Gallops face was a laugh.
"You misjudged me."
I sincerely hope it was conciliatory. Time to mend fences. It says a lot about the character of the Stewart boys if they are the ones on the front about ending the feud. Shows they're better men than Gallop.
IM SORRY FOR DOING THE GALLOP DAVID.......BUT WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS........
just watched it again on Fox, Gallop definately said to Brett "well said".
it looked to me like a pretty emotional exchange between Gallop and Brett. I hope it is a step forward.
You know, I reckon brett said "I forgive you for suspending me". Reckon that would have stung the most.
"Gallop...i'm suprised you can see me though all that egg on your face!"
The Daily Terror at it already... http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/nrl/nrl-grand-final-brett-and-glenn-stewart-make-up-for-three-seasons-of-hurt-but-gallop-feud-still-simmers/story-e6frexnr-1226156562184
I can read lips a bit and I am pretty sure that Glenn said "Time to bury the hatchet I think" before he turned away to look at the podium.