Ok I know I've got a slight headache after a long night, but I woke up this morning to read how the Roosters are now supposedly after Farah and SBW. Reading during the week that they are after Hayne may well be a media beat up, but I love the repeated line that the Roosters are so competitive in the player market because of their ability to attract third party agreements and the Club's business skills. Let's leave aside the role played by 'colourful Kings Cross identities' at their club and look at some of the broader issues. Third Party Agreements make policing of the cap near impossible. The big three, Broncos, Bulldogs and Roosters run the show and clubs such as Canberra, North Queensland and Melbourne will always be safe because of the 'National' aspect. They will try to hang onto Newcastle for the same reasons. Penrith, representing Western Sydney is safe and Cronulla, all but dead two years ago, finally looks like getting their millions through land sales and redevelopment. And then we have Richardson at Souths , of all clubs, saying that Sydney has too many clubs. Where does that put us?