The point I was making was directed at people on here giving a **** what a player posts on social media,you wanted to turn it into the importance of an employer caring( for what reason I do not know).Mate, first I was I'd write stuff for people, then a teacher, then had my own dog walking business. So don't give me your shooting from below ****.
And yes, as a dog walker, I'd often look at the socials of the helpers because I didn't want some ice filled nutter around my precious clients.
But they will eventually. Once its in Google land shall it never ever be gone.It does not change the fact many many employers don't give a **** about people on social media
Turpin....no thanks, I'll take Segeyaro, at least he's having a go and trying to prove himself playing with our reggies the Blacktown boys.Haven’t heard or read anyone linking Turpin with Manly other than on Silvertails.Two weeks ago it was Segeyaro.So I suspect any no.9 on the market will be linked to Manly by a lazy journo,with a proviso comment regarding Fainu
Can't argue with that. The only odd thing is the number of good judges here who wanted him gone from Manly years ago, some were even very insulting!Based on the last month theres few who wear the jumper with more commitment than our current 9. Garrick and Foz both singing his praises on Sat night, pretty obvious he is highly respected by his team mates.
Yes, clearly Latu is progressing really well physically. It'll be interesting to see where he sits within the system in 2023, given he still won't be 18.Next to Manase wearing a black sweater & white pants. Samuel Fainu is second from the left in blue pants. All being well, Latu should progress quickly through the system & be NRL ready in a couple of years.
I don't know his exact birthdate, but I think he turns 18 in the middle of 2023. In another 12-18 months, I expect there will be a lot of discussion in this forum about promoting him to NRLIt'll be interesting to see where he sits within the system in 2023, given he still won't be 18.