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100 years 2021

Discussion in 'St George Illawarra Dragons' started by m-dragons1997, Feb 16, 2020.

  1. m-dragons1997

    m-dragons1997 Juniors

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    I was just wondering if anyone thinks the club will celebrate 100 years in 2021 next year or choose not to because of the joint venture? Any ideas on what they could possibly do?
     
  2. BLM01

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    Celebrate winning the 2021 GF would be a good start without Mc9 coach of the year. Mc9 will be coaching one of the leading 9 player teams around the state
     
  3. ViceVersa

    ViceVersa Juniors

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    I'm glad St George is still it's own entity, and is a joint venture not a 'merge' like Wests Tigers.

    And going by the 2015 (50 years) '65 heritage jersey, and 2016 '11 straight' heritage jersey, expect something.
     
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  4. Dragonsamy

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    Surely they will do something hopefully a big day at Kogarah Oval one of the premiership rounds
     
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  5. Saint_JimmyG

    Saint_JimmyG First Grade

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    Actually, WT are a joint venture, not a merger.

    With WIN Corp’s involvement and the Steelers having no input on the club’s day-to-day modus operandi, I’m unsure whether SGI can still be described in the same manner. A transparent answer for this has yet to be delivered.
     

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