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He doesnt have a contract for next year ....if the club want him to stay simply offer the bloke a contact for 2021 and indicate you want him around.
You want the club to give a charitable contract to persuade him to stay? If he wanted a contract for next year, and wanted to fight for a jersey, you would think he would stay. Charity contracts has never got this club very far.

Or simply, that he is putting him family above his contract, and contract or no contract next year wouldn't change his mind. Nothing wrong with that.
 
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WellingtonOrca

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loan players are great and all but why were they being brought in when guys like king, ale, pulu sat in the stands? if we are permitted a squad of 25, how fucking amateurish is it that a good chunk of that 25 isnt even trusted for even a bench role. only at this club.

Loan players are promised game time to get their clubs to agree to it - and without loan players they can't have opposed training. They can't pull in part timers to train against because of the covid restrictions.
 
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Fearmuss

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I’d drop the lot coming home and not renew their contracts when that time comes.
 
Worried2Death

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I’d drop the lot coming home and not renew their contracts when that time comes.
Sharks will sign them all, but when we play them next year Paasi better watch out for our new front rowers Lawton and Chanel Harris-Tavita, and Ken & Fusitua are in for a tough night against our new wings Eli Katoa & Jack Murchie, we should have them for pace out wide. And I don't know how Shaun Johnson and Blake Green are going to handle our new halves pair Tohu Harris and Jack Hetherington, it might all come down to how Ben Murdoch-Masila goes at fullback, but my money's on Peyton's boys. #Allin
 
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Loan players are promised game time to get their clubs to agree to it - and without loan players they can't have opposed training. They can't pull in part timers to train against because of the covid restrictions.


so on the warriors website it has 37 player profiles, if i count correctly 4 have season ending injuries (frei, ah mau, afoa, milne) leaves 33. obviously after this week we lose 3/4 more then it seems understandable getting loan players but why are we unable to organise an opposed training session with 33 players? what other NRL squad is operating within the "bubble" with enough players to have 2 full sides operating? not many is my guess. Kearney also came out directly saying the numbers were there but there were multiple not "NRL ready"
 
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