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Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by cherry_poppins, Jan 7, 2015.
Former NRL legend charged with trafficking Who is he? Daily terrorgraph
Yet another top bloke from the Bulldogs.
ex bulldogs and parra player what do you expect
Legend though? Never heard of him
How old are you CP? He was a prominent player in the 90's.
Mid 30s Didn't watch much in the late 90s, maybe 3 games after 97 to 02, started again in 03 Legend is a word I'd attribute to Joey of Freddy, even Alfy and Lewis, the ghosts from the past that you never stop hearing about, smith i do not know at all but he looks about the level of Webb
is he the one who came back and played origin at 40? If so know you know why
The media must be beside themselves trying to establish some tenuous Manly connection. Good luck fellas...
He played against manly on multiple occasions Notably he didn't play his teams last game in 07 Where's slothfield with this chilling news?
If my memory serves me correctly, he was one of the few players who use to smoke...as in cigarettes...even after playing a game!
He sure did. Even at half time. I was just talking to Jason Hetherington about him. He says just before running on the ground to play, Hetherington would be back and forward to the toilet taking nervous leaks, and Smith would be sitting near the door looking as angry as anything, with a smoke dangling form his lips. lol
Got to be honest I used to like watching him play From memory he was on the old school 5/8 caught in a forwards body type player.
Great creative player . Very smart on the field but a bloody fool off the field
c'mon...280 grams isn't that much! (is it) + wow. cocaine....that's in queenslaaaaaaaand!
He did play against Manly in the '95 grand final. I class him as a legend. During the super league war he went against his team and jumped ship to the ARL. He and Dymock, Pay and McCracken. They were all dumped till Chris Anderson relented and played them and they won the GF. He terrorised the Blues during the 90s and singlehandedly got the Raiders into the semis. I loved watching him and his brother play.
Ian roberts took him out in an origin game setting up one hell of a grudge match later in the year