Not if we go back to a previous jersey design, that was focused on the theme of the actual round i.e Women in League.Yep looks like we are throwing a game next season.
I respect people with a moral compass… I may not agree with their views, but I respect their views. Sometimes you need to stand up for you beliefs like the Russian soldiers that refused to fight in Ukraine.Wouldn't be an issue if we acted as a football team and not a moral compass - whatever your morals might be!!!
Actually, I think we are on the same "side"I respect people with a moral compass… I may not agree with their views, but I respect their views. Sometimes you need to stand up for you beliefs like the Russian soldiers that refused to fight in Ukraine.
BTW no one criticises Mohammad Ali for standing by his famous belief.
His ignorance is detestable and inferring that it is a choice is baffling. There is no love in his words for people like me!Look he has a gay sister and he proudly loves her. Whether he is ignorant and doesn't really understand certain concepts for me is not the point. There is no hate. There is love. What more can you ask for.
Either not very bright or a bit of a liar.Respect his right to hold his views, but he doesn’t come across as very bright
A lot of these flying spaghetti monsters are pretty close to the same thingEither not very bright or a bit of a liar.
"For Easter round we wanted to wear a Christian jersey but our atheist boys ..."
Where to begin?
Does he really believe that a small group of players can decide on a jersey concept and the club will do the whole NRL approval, getting a design, getting the jersey made and marketed etc.?
Are the atheist boys actually non believers or just not fundamentalists?
He doesn't consider any other religion bar Christianity. You're a christian or an atheist. No room for anything else.
And then there's his determination that the gay population choose 'that lifestyle' while the seven don't 'choose' that. Ian Roberts will be apoplectic. There is no choice.
Yep. Not very bright at the very least.
He does though, underline the point why clubs should stay away from anything that could upset the cattle because they are certainly not thinkers.
Completely agree and understand where your coming from but i think choice of words here was amiss from himWow I just read what said Aloiai about the pride jersey, his reasons for not wearing it now or in the future and frankly he needs to be called out on these words!
I copied this extract from the article below.
Aloiai was asked whether he and his teammates’ stance was disrespectful to homosexuals, the Manly prop said "he had only respect for people who choose that life".
“We still have nothing but respect for people that choose to live that way of life,” he said.
As a person who is Gay, I can share with you that this is NOT or NEVER is a choice in how we live it is indeed WHO we are!!
This really is an issue that there are people like him who believe that your sexual orientation is a choice, I look at Josh now and pity his ignorance!
His words are ignorant, thats my point. He is oblivious to what those words mean. His words to me are exclusive and go against the values of the NRL that he is employed to play in.Completely agree and understand where your coming from but i think choice of words here was amiss from him
I dont think josh would have been conscious of the difference between “choice” as opposed to “being born that way” when interviewed on
More his point was that he doesnt judge other people for how they are, just he shouldnt be told what to wear so as other people have that freedom to do so too