Discussion in 'Cronulla Sutherland Sharks' started by Special K, Nov 27, 2016.
Was I the only one disappointed you couldn't hear Up Up Cronulla being sung through Sticky's press conference?
Nope. That's what we are used to.
Happened a couple of times from memory, very funny reaction from Stick on both occasions.
3 cheers for the first win of the pharken season haha
Matt priors clapping haha
Gotta love the 48 hour joke. Like baking a cake and carchs thrusday nights, it will never go out of fashion
NRL just gave him the all clear.
The Papua New Guinea international officially took up a two-year contract in September, removing a get-out clause at the same time, but now will join champions Cronulla.
THE NRL have given James Segeyaro official clearance to begin training with Cronulla’s full-time squad, as registration of a contract looms.
In the final stages of reaching a formal release from his 2017 contract with English Super League club Leeds, Segeyaro has been told by the NRL he can start training with the Sharks, after spending the last five months training in exile.
Segeyaro is available to train with the Sharks at their captain’s run tomorrow ahead of their local derby clash with St George-Illawarra at Southern Cross Group Stadium, however as he’s ineligible to play, his first training session with the NRL squad, is likely to be next week.
James Segeyaro is close to a NRL return. Picture: Gregg Porteous
After a lengthy and drawn-out saga, the talented hooker is set to join the Sharks for the upcoming season and through until 2018.
His manager Sam Ayoub and Cronulla’s football manager Phil Moss met with the NRL earlier this week.
He has been spotted working out at the Sharks gym in recent weeks, with the 26-year-old expected to sign a deal until the end of 2018.
It’s anticipated that once the contract is finalised, possibly within the next 48-hours, Segeyaro’s first match will be with the Sharks’ NSW Cup team, Newtown.
Haha DAVID RICCIO, MICHAEL CARAYANNIS read this forum.
What was the deal for leeds?
They got Beale, Mortimer, T. rex and $11.75
Yes, that's directly after Rnd 3.
Not sure what you mean, unless suggesting he will play for firsts in Rnd 4?
Ennis said prior to the season starting that by Rnd 4 , Sharks will play an 80 minute hooker.
News flash....Seggy's never been an 80 minute hooker. They will find a way to incorporate both Brailey and Seggy into the 17 with Seggy playing some back-row to allow Brailey some decent minutes. Can't see them ditching Brailey after the start he's had just cause the messiah is about to arrive.
Did we add a Cherrington on top?
Michael is an old "Leader" boy
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