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Wellington Warrior

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I’m sure someone on that Silvertails forum was giving Taj shit about how Foran worked out... now they have brought him back...

will just save this here for a rainy day ...

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Bushman

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This might be of interest to some of you.
Also anyone know any thing about this dude from the dragons?
"Joe Lovodua, an exciting Fijian hooker, has been told he is not wanted."
Not promising if they don't want him, know nothing about him but exciting Fijian hooker sounds good as depth to me.
 

gREVUS

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Interesting conjecture around the Roosters wanting rid of Flanagan and the Dogs wanting him possibly at the expense of Blake Green who could stay in Newcastle in the coaching ranks.
shows a level of difference between the warriors and the roosters doesnt it. The Warriors make 10th and everyone is talking about how they are building, the Roosters make it to second week of the finals and they are kicking their no 7 out as not up to the job with a year left on his contract. Nothing about him getting another year to show what hes got or anything, just start looking boy, your not our future.
 

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shows a level of difference between the warriors and the roosters doesnt it. The Warriors make 10th and everyone is talking about how they are building, the Roosters make it to second week of the finals and they are kicking their no 7 out as not up to the job with a year left on his contract. Nothing about him getting another year to show what hes got or anything, just start looking boy, your not our future.

I think it is more a sign of their ludicrous depth than their unhappiness with their final placing. Being able to cycle quality at a bargain price is a sustainable business for them. Having Walker, Leeson Ah-Mau and Hutchison means that Flanagan is superfluous to their needs.

It is up to Flanagan to go away and do what Keary did after being unwanted at the Rabbits.

*I just scouted their books - didn't know Dane Nielsen was on them with the Bears. Hopefully he has cleaned himself up off the field.
 

playdaball

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George Jennings to Melbourne Storm.

Haven’t been able to sway any of the loan players to the Warriors.
 
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shows a level of difference between the warriors and the roosters doesnt it. The Warriors make 10th and everyone is talking about how they are building, the Roosters make it to second week of the finals and they are kicking their no 7 out as not up to the job with a year left on his contract. Nothing about him getting another year to show what hes got or anything, just start looking boy, your not our future.
I actually think the Roosters are getting a wee bit full of themselves.

A couple of signs out of Robbo, loves appearing like a mysterious new wave game changer but is coming off a bit pretentious to me lately.

Must be what successive success looks like Lol...
 

Ever Hopeful

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George Jennings to Melbourne Storm.

Haven’t been able to sway any of the loan players to the Warriors.

Hopefully because we are looking for more than fringe that we have depth in, or a like for like player.

I'm really happy that the Warriors have proven to be a springboard though, rather than the usual narrative of being career killer.
 

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Hopefully because we are looking for more than fringe that we have depth in, or a like for like player.

I'm really happy that the Warriors have proven to be a springboard though, rather than the usual narrative of being career killer.
I see it as a spring board...It's given these players game time they would normally not have had and they've all put in the effort showing their wares..that's why it was a win for us and a win them the loaning of players...

Would jack have been offered a Dogs contract? I doubt it.
 
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snake77

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I'll be keen to see how he goes at the Storm. They could be a different beast next year with their two speedsters out wide moving on and Smith potentially retiring. His performances for us would of boosted his market value.

Not sure if we would of had the cap space both money wise and position wise. We have two wingers back at home, both of whom would take up a fair bit of cap space.
 

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I'll be keen to see how he goes at the Storm. They could be a different beast next year with their two speedsters out wide moving on and Smith potentially retiring. His performances for us would of boosted his market value.

Not sure if we would of had the cap space both money wise and position wise. We have two wingers back at home, both of whom would take up a fair bit of cap space.
Its great news we didn't sign Jennings as it drops a hint Ratuva is very ready.

Ratuva is 21. So he must play next year.
 
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