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Kiwi Eagle

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Staff member
Apparently he was on some list this morning as unsigned and someone who may be forced out of his club by the salary cap,

I really hope that isn't the case, he is 1 of our most reliable performers
 

Kiwi Eagle

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Staff member
Victims of the salary By David Riccio

August 19, 2007 12:00am

MORE than 30 NRL-proven players could be forced out of the game, with some players still without a club and considered washed up at 28.

Just 15 days out from the completion of this year's minor premiership, The Sunday Telegraph has uncovered a worrying list of players whose days in the NRL appear numbered.

Discarded Knights forward Kirk Reynoldson said this week: "There is nothing out there. It's too late.''

But the 28-year-old is not alone. Players off contract and overlooked during the mid-season sales include Luke Williamson, Chris Walker, Adam Perry, Cameron Phelps, Trent Cutler and Justin Smith.

Phelps, who has excelled on the wing for the Bulldogs in recent weeks, fears his career could come to a premature end at the tender age of 22.

"I still hold out some hope that they've (Bulldogs) got some money left to sign me .. . but nothing is eventuating,'' Phelps said.

"I don't want to go down that track, but I might have to go to uni or get a job somewhere. I just want to know what's happening and whether I have to get a job next year or not. You try to play your best footy but, then again, it may not eventuate to anything.''

Manly lock Luke Williamson, 28, has been offered no guarantee he will be playing rugby league next season after a deal with UK Super League club Les Catalans fell through, despite the Sea Eagles giving their approval for him to negotiate elsewhere.

"We're happy to talk to him but it's so late in the day, I'm just not sure what we can do,'' Sea Eagles chief executive Grant Mayer explained.

After celebrating the re-signing of fellow forwards Brent Kite, Anthony Watmough, Glenn Stewart and Glen Hall, Mayer pointed the blame for Williamson's predicament at the salary cap.

"I hate it when people come out and say it's the salary cap,but the reality is that thereare choices to be made,'' Mayer said.

"We've got to look at our future of two, three and four years in advance and that is a salary-cap issue.

"And Luke, at this stage, is probably a year-to-year proposition. We haven't closed the door but it's just a difficult juggling act.''

Asked what impact the uncertainty was having on Williamson, Mayer said: "I think a lot of the players understand now that every year there are a lot of players that are squeezed out because of the structure of the competition.

"We intend to sit down with his manager over the next week and keep the dialogue ticking over.''

Players' association boss Matthew Rodwell played down suggestions an increase in the salary cap would provide a lifeline for players like Williamson and Reynoldson.

"If the cap was lifted we'd be still in the same situation because that would have to pay everyone's wage,'' Rodwell said.

"You'd still be trying to squeeze those players into the 25 no matter how high the salary cap was.''
 

DSM5

First Grader
I agree Kiwi, he's utterly reliable, scores tries, catches bombs and takes the ball up strongly and does everything required of a winger. I can't believe he's not signed up for the next couple of years seeing as how we're losing Hicks. What's happenning?
 

fLIP

UFO Hunter
Don't bring that up DSM.

I tried last week but apparently you can never have to many over-weight good for nothing front rowers.
 

Kiwi Eagle

Moderator
Staff member
My only guess if we don't tie up Robertson is that this rugby player we have is a high profile outside back, such as Nonu or Gerrard
 

fLIP

UFO Hunter
The person in the article is Williamson Kiwi.

Unless you mean Robertson was on a different list.

From my understanding though Robbo has a contract until the end of next season.
 

Ryan

Journey Man
A guy told me a couple of months ago, he knew Robbo was re-signed. Not my normal source, but a regular poster of this site. I have no reason to question him either.
 

Bradza

Bencher
Tipping Member
Robbo's photo was used in the article but my immediate thought was that it was a mistake. I think we would have heard something about this by now if he really wasn't signed yet.
 

Kiwi Eagle

Moderator
Staff member
The person in the article is Williamson Kiwi.

Unless you mean Robertson was on a different list.

From my understanding though Robbo has a contract until the end of next season.

Yeah apparently Robbo was in a separate list Flip
 

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