Discussion in 'Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs' started by the_flight_of_the_magpie, Sep 25, 2016.
Apparently we are paying him 660k per season jfc
so many of our players are on way too much money
Hopefully not for much longer. Is it true that we have given him permission to start looking for another club for next year? Not sure who would take him on for that price though.
Whaaaaaaaat? No way, That would be the worst contract in the game currently if true.
If the Dogs are paying Lichaa 660 then Jackson has to be on 1.3 mil a season.
According to this he is on around $1m for 3 years
$350 000 per season. Hindsight is a great thing but Cook was on $80 000 at Dogs.
Thanks for menace lads. He's retiring but. Got any more to trade?
There's a Cronulla local who the Dogs are currently attempting to off load to the Wtigers. He's available.
Tony Williams.. oh wait you already took him. Good luck with that.
Hmm, what else do we have here. Tolman, solid workhorse. Hoppa, just don't schedule too many Sunday games.
Helps when Uncle Grub is the Chairman.
He'll only be on $660k when you guys replace him.
Haven't you lot got a board, CEO and coach to sook about?
Lichaa has been named on the bench again this week against the Eels but what is the actual point of him being there? Apart from being a solid defender he offers very little else.
Last week against the Panthers we lost two players for the game, Kasiano pretty early in the first half and Elliot early into the second half. Even with us missing two players, Lichaa only got 8mins of game time. So once again, what is the point of keeping him on the bench?
Since Des has benched him he has only seen 22mins of game time in 3 games.
Rd 21 Panthers - 8mins, Rd 20 Brisbane - 8mins and Rd 18 Knights 6mins.
Our season is gone and he is long overdue to be sent back to reserve grade. Surely we can give his bench spot to someone more deserving?
We're talking about Des Has-been here - don't try to make any logic of it.
Lichaa has been dropped. Thank f**k for that.
Wouldn't have changed the outcome.
No it wouldn't have changed last night at all. And dropping him earlier in the season probably wouldn't have changed many results either. He is gone, the season is gone....now is the time to blood some new players and mix things up.
Would love to see Cleeland get a crack - having said that, is it worth derailing what looks like a fairly successful ISP campaign just to experiment for next year's NRL side?
Really depends on what you want out of it. Maybe the experience in the top level will be something to add to his bow. Make the game speed up a little for him, so when he goes back down for the finals, he has that extra experience in the top grade. Lets see what we have now, rather than wait. Plus it encourages him to work his arse off in the offseason after getting a taste of first grade.
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