- Jun 12, 2015
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Wouldn’t be a bit surprised.View attachment 12933
Along with Papalii, Munster, Ponga and Wighton:
I’m absolutely sure he has, he’s laughing in our face now so it wouldn’t surprise me one bit.Uncle Nick has probably thought of this already but don’t give him any ideas, just in case he hasn’t.
Rorters fans are so delusional , I’ve been arguing with a few on social media who are full of “ all our superstars are on way less than you think they just want to win Premierships”....that’s a huge LOL isn’t it!!Cant blame these guys for wanting to be coached by the next jack gibson. Suuupeeer coooach Robinson!!!!!!. Suprised the rest of the aussie test team hasnt signed up already for free.
There’s so very many ways to skin a cat.I have worked it out. Spoke with a Roosters player today who lives North of Hornsby and was told when he has to stay in Sydney it's no problem. They ring the front office and get given one of the 200+ credit cards that Uncle Nick has and they give him a pin so they can book rooms, pay for food, grog and "other" entertainment on the cards. So that's got to be around $200K+ a year the way the players spend money. Heard one block was going on a date so he the used the card on a Lamborghini so he could impress the date! No TPP issues just a big tax deduction.
Only kidding.... maybe… yeah only kidding!
And I wonder how it is possible for the Rosters to sign these players for so little money. Doesn't the NRL stop clubs trying to register contracts that are lower than what the player is worth? Manly were not allowed to register Gift's contact when he wanted to re-sign for a low figure.There was an article last week where a journo was saying that the Roosters roster was valued about 1.8 mil over the cap but then tried to explain it away by saying that some players would play for less to be at a club with a chance of winning the comp and also it improved their chances of making rep sides and picking up extra payments.
He concluded the article by saying that there were up to 8 players who might have taken $100 000 less each. So this accounts for $800 000. Didn't explain about the other $1 million.