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Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by swoop, May 12, 2016.
EXCLUSIVE in The Mole in @LeagueWeek today: SBW's manager spotted talking to @SeaEagles officials
Willis Meehan has Khode Nasser as his manager
Good. I hope we sign - SBW, Sam Burgo, JT, Milford, Hunt, C Smith, RTS, Tedesco, Gallen. Then get busted round 3. Lose 6 points, then onwards and upwards for our season 2017.
Not official until noted by SBW's PR manager Dunny Weirdler.
Five years too late...
What our our officials doing in France as that is where SBW will be playing?
Does Nasser manage The Man Mundine Rumours are ridiculously easy to start
So Moley, does SBW's manager only have the one client?
That meeting was to arrange a bout with Hoppa Snr.
Hoppa v Greenturd
RL Gossip Retweeted Adrian Proszenko @proshenks 5h5 hours ago Hearing Tony Williams has been dropped to reserve grade this week @NRL_Bulldogs #NRL The dog coach has finally dropped the myth. Probably the 1st time he's missed the top grade through lack of form and not due to injury or suspension.
Tony Williams dropped by Canterbury Bulldogs before Wests Tigers clash Tony Williams may have played his last NRL game after he was dropped from the Canterbury side to take on Wests Tigers on Sunday. Williams was named on an extended six-man bench but Fairfax Media can reveal he will be one of the two players to make way. There has been ongoing speculation about the future of the man dubbed 'T-Rex' for some time due to his inability to consistently reproduce the form that earned him NSW and Australian honours. However, the backrower has shown only glimpses of his best form since shifting from Brookvale to Belmore and coach Des Hasler has finally lost patience. Uncertain future: Tony Williams of the Bulldogs. Photo: Mark Nolan Williams was demoted to the interchange in Canterbury's last game, a loss to Parramatta, in which he played for 33 minutes, made 11 tackles, one error and 42 metres from six runs. However, he has now been axed altogether and is likely to run out for the Bulldogs' Intrust Super Premiership clash against Wentworthville at Belmore Oval on Saturday. Williams is in the final year of a lucrative contract but will need a huge turnaround in form, and a significant pay cut, to continue his NRL career. Hasler is hoping Williams will bounce back in first grade when several stars - including Josh Jackson and David Klemmer - are unavailable during the State of Origin period. Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/rugby-league/...gers-clash-20160512-gotoe1.html#ixzz48QVafjv6 Follow us: @smh on Twitter | sydneymorningherald on Facebook
I read somewhere in this thread that The Man Mundine has signed with Manly'
it is to do with willis meehan
This can't be anything of significance. I mean it wasn't even in a cafe.
Isn't Nasser Quade Cooper's manager as well? After failing to make the Aussie 7s team for Rio Quade could be making a play for rugby league ... He's made rumblings about it for years. They would know we are weak at 5/8. My money would be on this rather than either of the selfish ar$ehole Muslim conVerts.
I'm a better tackler that Quade, and I don't go to any concerts.
I would assume, considering the influence of managers on the game, every ceo would be well served to keep relationships healthy