Discussion in 'New Zealand Warriors and NZRL' started by Shaun Hewitt, Jun 20, 2016.
It'll suck to lose satae, but someone needs to go with Ah Mau coming.
Lisone has been putting his hand up. Along with Vete and, up till last game, Gavet
We rewarded Lisone's mediocre, erratic seasons with a new 3 year deal this season.. I don't get it. They say he's a project player, but I don't see it.
Is he playing prop in ISP? He's not big enough. He should be transforming himself into a hole-running 2nd rower, he has the skills - although to be fair the back-log in the back-row stocks is bigger. I just don't see a future for him at prop, doesn't have enough upside at NRL level.
Looks like the Warriors will have a 1.92m - 115kg prop on board for next season. Chris Satae to remain at the Warriors.
Given you're previous track record, I appreciate you're now going for 50/50 calls instead of naming players coming.
However, also given your track record, Satae is now almost a certainty to leave. You could have gone the other way Iron, you could have gone the other way!!
Come on. Lion's due for a win.
So is the Ah Mau signing official or anything? Cant remember seeing anything from the club about his signing.
Raiders keen to pick up Ligi Sao, possible 2 year deal
Sao, and Gubb front row
Im sure all teams shaking in their boots now
Vete most likely
What about Watmough and Matai?
Vete to Storm has resurfaced vis the Mole.
No great loss, though at his best we would miss him.
Vete to storm ASAP confirmed.
Guess someone had to go. Glad its not Satae.
Gelling gone back to UK. 2019.
Hope we are working on extending Maumalo
no huge loss with gelling. he was a medium centre that probably could've made it in nrl grade but would have never broken the game apart. speaking of centres on that mould (and one i actually really liked last year), what is happening with Ayshford?
Anyone watching ISP cup games who can answer this?
Had an injury disrupted start to the year. Reality is he's probably not playing that well that he deserves to start ahead of the guys ahead of him. Bit more unlucky in missing out to Gelling, but the latter probably leapfrogged him in his utility value as far as being able to play back row.
Mannering retiring at the end of the year...who we bringing in to replace him?
Please please please a big bodied forward who offers something a wee bit different.
We already have Harris and Papalli who fit the workhorse back rower spot
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