Half-Time Oranges - St George Illawarra Dragons Edition

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    Half-Time Oranges - St George Illawarra Dragons Edition

    Australia's Most-Trusted St George Illawarra Dragons News Source
     
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    It's Friday and no announcement, oranges please!
     
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    CEO Tenure turns 17, earns driver's licence

    by Johnny Sins
    14 October 2017

    KOGARAH - It seems like only yesterday the CEO Tenure held his first press conference on a Friday afternoon in April 2000. Now, the CEO Tenure has grown up and earned his driver's licence.

    The CEO Tenure's proud parents - the 1977 NSWRL Grand Final and the 1979 NSWRL Grand Final - are amazed at how time has flown for their beloved son, who his mother affectionately calls "Warren Buffet" because of his business nous, intellect and astute investment decisions.

    "He was so innocent in those early days of 2003 when he appointed the youngest non-playing coach in premiership history," said the CEO Tenure's mother.

    Sources indicate the CEO Tenure has gone through many phases as he has grown up including his 'youthful innocence' phase, his 'we no longer have two head coaches' phase, his 'let's not re-sign the coach who helped us win our first premiership in 31 years' phase, his 'don't worry the water boy will be an excellent replacement' phase, his 'let's have five home grounds' phase, and another phase of neglect.

    "You know, I just don't think we'll ever be able to let our little CEO Tenure go," said his mother.

    "Yeah, well, knowing him, he'll still be living with us until he's 30 and begging for cash from us until he's at least 40," responded the CEO Tenure's father.

    His parents want the best for the 17-year old and have suggested he apply to Harvard Business School.

    Half-Time Oranges can confirm his parents were last seen wondering why there are so many empty Crown Lager beer bottles in the recycling bin.
     
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    its going to be a long off season.
     

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