Big Papa wonderbah huzen is de meister of de douche sniff. He is just so brilliant at tailing the tall timber and the hookers, he gets so much 2nd phase play. Something Id like to see our rotation start being served up. Quality. The thing is, you need to know the players is going to be there to offload to get yourself in a position for a quality offloads vs post tackle metres. That requires coaching, back to square 1.
 
So do these rumours swirling arouNd the forum lately have anything to do with him leaving for the broncos?
Happy to have Charnze back but collating that with Walsh leaving is a medium sized bow to draw.
P.s.
Anyone want to pm me said rumours or just post it , something to do with Tiktok?
 
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So do these rumours swirling arouNd the forum lately have anything to do with him leaving for the broncos?
Happy to have Charnze back but collating that with Walsh leaving is a medium sized bow to draw.
P.s.
Anyone want to pm me said rumours or just post it , something to do with Tiktok?
I told you he wont like the cold! 🤣
 
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NRL 2022: Reece Walsh released from Warriors, set to join Brisbane Broncos | Daily Telegraph​

Brisbane are expected to land a coup within days by securing Warriors star Reece Walsh after the New Zealand club landed Canberra fullback Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad.
Walsh will quit the club at the end of the season after requesting a release on Tuesday.

Walsh has only been given permission to negotiate with the Broncos as part of that release.

The NRL’s player movement has heated up with Nicoll-Klokstad being released from the final year of his deal at the Raiders on compassionate grounds to link up with the Warriors from 2023.

Walsh is expected to do granted the same wish as Nicoll-Klokstad’s impending arrival now casts fresh concerns over the playing future of Walsh.

The Warriors are also closing in on Andrew Webster as the club’s long-term coach.

Brisbane are leading the chase to land his signature as they look to bring Walsh back to the club. An announcement is expected this week.

The Dolphins have previously shown an interest in Walsh but it is understood the Broncos are his likely destination.

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Reece Walsh, Brisbane Broncos training, Red Hills. Photographer: Liam Kidston

Reece Walsh, Brisbane Broncos training, Red Hills. Photographer: Liam Kidston
Walsh has 12 months left of his Warriors contract with an option in his favour for 2024. The fullback was at the centre of a tug-of-war between the Warriors and the Broncos for his signature last year.

He was granted an early release from the Broncos in April last year after originally agreeing to join the Warriors from 2022. The New Zealand club viewed Walsh as their long-term replacement for Roger Tuivasa-Sheck.

But now he seems destined to return to the Broncos having already played 30 games for the Warriors.

Walsh was set to make his Origin debut last year but was ruled out on the eve of the game. He missed New Zealand’s homecoming last week because of Covid-19.


Where will Reece Walsh be playing in 2023?​


A Warriors source confirmed Walsh wants out of the club.

“Reece asked for a release a few weeks ago,” he said.

“He has said he is homesick. He has recently separated from his partner and he wants to remain in Brisbane to be close to his young daughter.

“Deep down he would love to go back to the Broncos but I don’t know if Brisbane can afford him.

“The Dolphins are also an option for Reece but I think his preference is to go to the Broncos.

“We haven’t given him a release yet but I believe it will happen in the next few days.”

Walsh also addressed his future last week while in Origin camp.

“I enjoyed my time at the Broncos,” he said. “I came through there and I was only in the NRL system for a couple of months. I made a lot of good friendships there and I’m in camp now with (Broncos trio) Corey Oates, Tom Flegler and Pat Carrigan.

“I have a lot of good mates there and I’m happy the Broncos are going well.

“Right now, I am focused on the Warriors ... they have been good to me.”

The Raiders were reluctant to allow Nicoll-Klokstad out of the final year of his deal but have done so to enable the 26-year-old to return to his family in New Zealand.

Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad is set to leave Canberra with a year left on his contract. Picture: Mark Nolan/Getty

Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad is set to leave Canberra with a year left on his contract. Picture: Mark Nolan/Getty
Canberra resurrected his career after he signed with the club having played just seven first grade games at the Warriors. It is understood he told his teammates of his move on Tuesday.

Nicoll-Klokstad played a leading part in Canberra’s grand final run in 2019 and made his Kiwi Test debut at the end of that season.

He has struggled with injury this year and is locked in a battle for the starting fullback spot with rising star Xaiver Savage. Savage is locked in until the end of the year.

Meanwhile, the Warriors remain in discussions with Panthers assistant Webster to take over coaching at the club from next season.

Webster is the club’s top target having spent two seasons as an assistant coach at the club.
 
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He’s a bit of cu**, always felt like he was taking his for ride and thinks he’s better than what he actually is. He’s good but he ain’t that fucking good.

Fuck him but dumb from our club to pay 600k to some project baby only to give him back when he’s got his best years coming up. Not much brains at this place especially when you think of all the great ex warriors players killing it for other clubs who wanted to stay for bargain prices but we never pursued.

Bet it feels nice brining CNK back triple on what we could have had him for. Fucking retard club
 
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He’s a bit of cu**, always felt like he was taking his for ride and thinks he’s better than what he actually is. He’s good but he ain’t that fucking good.

Fuck him but dumb from our club to pay 600k to some project baby only to give him back when he’s got his best years coming up. Not much brains at this place especially when you think of all the great ex warriors players killing it for other clubs who wanted to stay for bargain prices but we never pursued.

Bet it feels nice brining CNK back triple on what we could have had him for. Fucking retard club
Yep, this club is a miss managed fucking disaster. We are so shit we cannot keep amy decent player very long. Unbelievable.
 
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No doubting Reece has talent and best years are in front of him, but plenty of work needs to go into his defence and guiding the defensive structures of the guys in front of him.
Was Reese truly going to stay for the long term or was he a kid with talent eager for the opportunity to get into first grade while the club was based in Australia?
CNK signing might be a blessing in disguise as he will give the side some balance as we recover from this challenging season. He offers the sort of reliability Chanel Harris-Tavita showed us on the weekend… if he can stay fit.
 
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He’s had a kid and split up with his partner and he’s 19. Provided it’s to the Brisbane area I don’t have a problem with it.

He’s a talent and would love to see him stay, but can understand the reasons behind it.
 
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Under the circumstances, he is better off in Brisbane, being close to his family and most importantly his daughter.
Now let’s see what Cameron George and Craig Hodges can do in terms of compensation …. Minimum keep Arthars and if able to throw in a forward too.
 
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Surely the club negotiates with Another club and finds him a space with them while getting something in return? Or do we just go, sweet as Reecey, you break your contract and go home then go find another club where you feel cosy and we"ll get sweet f.a.
 

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Surely the club negotiates with Another club and finds him a space with them while getting something in return? Or do we just go, sweet as Reecey, you break your contract and go home then go find another club where you feel cosy and we"ll get sweet f.a.
Part of me says that we’ll go Sweet as Reecey , see you around and now how do we get another player??
 
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If his contract ends at the end of the year I have no issue with him leaving. I never felt that he was going to be a long term player for us. So long and thanks.
But I wouldn't be putting any time into him or even playing him unless it's necessary. As some of the other clubs are doing. Concentrate on next year's roster getting game time. Especially as CNK can be injury prone.
I would play Chanel at fullback for the rest of the year and work on convincing him to stay as cover. He is a better fullback than Walsh and we have young playmakers for the halves that need experience. What better time to learn than in a dead season with no pressure to win everything to make the 8?
 
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Very disappointing in all levels, disappointed in the clubs management and disappointed in walsh and him back tracking on his word, if these rumors are true.

I was pretty much resigned to the fact we would not keep him long term, so i would rather we rip the bandage off now and let him go, hopefully get something in return.

We need to be a club that develops our own players and a club that players want to come to and play for, so im happy to have cnk back if it plays out that way. Cnk will better suit the team in its current composition, we lack meters made and he would help with that immensely will also being better than the developing rw on defense.

In terms of ceilings rw has the potential to be a superstar type player, i wish him all the best if he moves on but i hope when we play him that jazz gets in his feelings about him leaving and smashes him 😅
 
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I reckon a few people will think I am crazy but I will take CNK for Walsh. For every flashy Walsh play there is an error, a miss in defence and I doubt he will fulfil his potential with us. CNK is dependable, a work horse and has some quality in his play. Walsh has his history with his nose candy whereas CNK comes across as a genuinely nice bloke off the field
 
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I like the guy but CNK is not adequate compensation, next year really promised a lot with some of the talent coming and Reece was a huge part of that, cmon management show us you’re capable and get a like for like please.
 
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I like the guy but CNK is not adequate compensation, next year really promised a lot with some of the talent coming and Reece was a huge part of that, cmon management show us you’re capable and get a like for like please.
Cnk is not the compensation, broncos will be the ones providing compensation if any.
 
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Very disappointing outcome. One makes me think that this was always going to happen early on but we were fed numerous assurances by club officials and Reece himself while works continued in the background to make this release possible.

The club being based out of Queensland has done it no favors whatsoever but rather been fed on like sharks to a dead whale at sea!

I think the club is best to part ways with Reece immediately and focus on finishing the year best it can with players who focused on football not their futures.
 
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end of the day hes 19 and wanting to good dad to his kid pull ur heads in how many of you could be working in another country at 19 with a kid in another country



who are these players we missed on ice is on year to year deal so needed to preform peta got offered two years by us and turned down and as said above cnk far below walshs abilities


so who are we really missing out on?
 
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