Sorry Woodsie, I have to disagree with you, it's obvious Souths didn't manage their salary cap properly when they signed Inglis up again, I'm sure Souths would have preferred to have signed him on a two year deal with a two year option favouring Souths, but in doing so Inglis's management would have put feelers out with other clubs so Souths sweetened the deal making it a four year deal. All well and good if both parties agree to cancel the contract and for Inglis to take up token ambassadorial work, however this was the problem that the Tigers found themselves in with the promise of an ambassadorial job when he finished playing, as far as the salary cap is concerned you can't dangle a carrot to player and not pay him his true value when you're promising future lucrative employment immediately his playing career has finished. Souths should have taken a harder stance when negotiating his contract and only offer three years instead of four, but they didn't want to handle the backlash. We where faced with the same problem with Stewart and Mattai. we knew that they were always possibly one game away from retirement, but we still extended their deals.