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BOZO

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Funny thing is he jumps sides once he learns the facts, like woolworths he wants you to buy whatever they are selling.
Very funny Isnt it George when you go off the topic and start playing with the man LOL
 

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@manlyfan76 . Footy Forums are based on footy topics and not personal smart arse remarks on forum members like this ....
Funny thing is he jumps sides once he learns the facts, like woolworths he wants you to buy whatever they are selling.
 

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It is the opinion of the Australian test and origin selectors that make him the best no1 in the game not mine

Tedesco is the Australian and Origin full back

Turbo is a great player I agree , but according to the experts Tedesco is a better full back
turbo is a victim of his own versitility, sure teddy played wing in the early years but turbo has proved he can play fullback, wing or centre on the big stage so if they are both selected then we all know who the fullback will be
 

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turbo is a victim of his own versitility, sure teddy played wing in the early years but turbo has proved he can play fullback, wing or centre on the big stage so if they are both selected then we all know who the fullback will be
Good point there @castle eagle

Who is the better player ? . Lets look at their attributes

Both have Killer speed but Turbo also has the greater size and the superior power to knock players over and do more damage with the ball

Speaking of Australian rep selections
Turbo at 22 years of age has played 4 games for Australia whilst the 26 year old Tedesco has only played 2

The Selectors like every one else do not get it right all the time .
 

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Good point there @castle eagle

Who is the better player ? . Lets look at their attributes

Both have Killer speed but Turbo also has the greater size and the superior power to knock players over and do more damage with the ball

Speaking of Australian rep selections
Turbo at 22 years of age has played 4 games for Australia whilst the 26 year old Tedesco has only played 2

The Selectors like every one else do not get it right all the time .
Who cares?
Both are great players and seem decent humans.
 

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Both are freakishly good players so its a win, win situation.
Fact is, after a winning NSW team 2018, likely to maintain the same winning setup, expect Tom T on the wing.
 

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Back to the Gutho Thread ....
Fox sports


Gutherson’s upgraded offer, Arthur yet to get contract clarity
Rumblings are emerging of unrest at Parramatta with more than half of the top playing squad off-contract at the end of 2019, as well as coach Brad Arthur.
On Channel 9’s 100% Footy on Monday night, Danny Weidler reported Arthur is ‘becoming increasingly frustrated’ as he waits for confirmation of a new deal from the club, or a directive they won’t be re-signing him.

He also revealed the Eels have tabled an upgraded offer to Clint Gutherson, revising the original deal they had on the table for their club captain.

The Eels are being strategic with their recruitment and retention strategy, originally offering Gutherson a lowball $500,000 a season, but have since upped the value.

The hesitation comes from Gutherson’s injury history, having ruptured two ACLs in the past few years so early in his career.

However, Gutherson is off contract at the end of 2019 and will become hot property if he is left without a deal for too long — particularly as a fullback and captain.


The Telegraph reported last week Gutherson is a target for Manly — where he made his NRL debut back in 2013.
 

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Both are freakishly good players so its a win, win situation.
Fact is, after a winning NSW team 2018, likely to maintain the same winning setup, expect Tom T on the wing.
Not sure about the same set up .... Maloney and Cleary doing everything possible to get dropped ...
 

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Both are freakishly good players so its a win, win situation.
Fact is, after a winning NSW team 2018, likely to maintain the same winning setup, expect Tom T on the wing.
The winning set up ended when DCE became QLDs half in game 3 and Qld stepped up to win the final match
 

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Not sure about the same set up .... Maloney and Cleary doing everything possible to get dropped ...
Yes surely the new halves would be Keary and Walker. Is Walker a Blue ? He played Q Cup for a while ? Anyone know ?
 

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Yes surely the new halves would be Keary and Walker. Is Walker a Blue ? He played Q Cup for a while ? Anyone know ?
Walkers back round

Background
Born in Nowra, New South Wales, Walker moved to Casino, New South Wales at a young age[2] and is of Indigenous Australian"Nocookies". The Australian. Retrieved 2016-03-06.</ref> He attended Palm Beach Currumbin High School[3] and played his junior rugby league for the Casino Cougars, before being signed by the Gold Coast Titans on a 4-year contract.[2]
 

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With the uncertainty about Albert Hoppa, the decision to chase either Gutherson or Will Hoppa seems logical. We need a top line centre.
Hoppa would be more suitable for our Salary cap situation and would be a great acquisition. Gutho wants to play fb and the big dollars and good luck to the guy .

Lets not forget we have the emerging Shuster , Turbo and the other young guns to secure
 

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Not sure about the same set up .... Maloney and Cleary doing everything possible to get dropped ...
Agree there, both been ordinary but can see Fittler sticking - only referring to Tedesco/ Tom T situation....though Tom likely not available game 1 anyways...
 

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Broncos rarely lose a player they want to keep.

Has to be J Bird. He's on $1m a season to play 5/8 and he's stuck in the centres.
He could come to us with Broncos paying some of his salary.

Not sure I like the signing if it's him. Not an organiser and is way overpriced.
 

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Broncos rarely lose a player they want to keep.

Has to be J Bird. He's on $1m a season to play 5/8 and he's stuck in the centres.
He could come to us with Broncos paying some of his salary.

Not sure I like the signing if it's him. Not an organiser and is way overpriced.
A player with plenty of promise .He was never the same player when he moved up North .
 

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We can't afford Gutherson and Arko's only said that we're chasing him so the slime have to pay overs to keep him.
 

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We can't afford Gutherson and Arko's only said that we're chasing him so the slime have to pay overs to keep him.
The Slime paid overs to win another wooden spoon with him .
 

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