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Flanno's New Signings

Lennyb

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Cowboys have cap problems and letting go Dearden and Lielua for 2024 solves their problem.

AFB wants out now if possible and F Molo looks to be the exchange prop most suitable to the Warriors.

Titans want Hunt now so, let him go and in that way, we still have dollars to spare for any deals that might come up in early 2024.
Francis is a loose cannon and the sooner he is gone the better. Maybe Flanno can work him, but that is a huge ask.

A cheap cherry on top, for who we are after. At our $ loss, but worth it.
 

Slippery Morris

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On NRL.Com.....

Bulldogs recruit Connor Tracey suffered a leg injury in his final training session with the Sharks and will be unable to train with his new team-mates for six weeks.

Canterbury GM of football Phil Gould revealed on social media that Tracey would not start running until mid-January after suffering the injury before his switch of clubs was finalised on Tuesday.
 

Slippery Morris

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I am hoping Capewell to the Warriors will make them release AFB. Francis Molo under Flanno I am looking forward to as I like Francis and think he will be a weapon next season.

I would also like to get Leilua back. He is the type of guy that would do well under Flanno. Bring the old boys back Sele, AFB and Leilua. How good would that be. It may be what interests AFB to go to the Dragons to finish where he started.
 

Phantom V

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On NRL.Com.....

Bulldogs recruit Connor Tracey suffered a leg injury in his final training session with the Sharks and will be unable to train with his new team-mates for six weeks.

Canterbury GM of football Phil Gould revealed on social media that Tracey would not start running until mid-January after suffering the injury before his switch of clubs was finalised on Tuesday.
That’s a good start. Good luck with that Gus ; - )
 

Gardenia

Juniors
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Bulldogs recruit Connor Tracey suffered a leg injury in his final training session with the Sharks and will be unable to train with his new team-mates for six weeks.

Canterbury GM of football Phil Gould revealed on social media that Tracey would not start running until mid-January after suffering the injury before his switch of clubs was finalised on Tuesday.
Haha, go the Footy gods. Sounds mean but the flog "wanted" to go to Dogs the club with crap morale, over us.
 

Gardenia

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I am hoping Capewell to the Warriors will make them release AFB. Francis Molo under Flanno I am looking forward to as I like Francis and think he will be a weapon next season.

I would also like to get Leilua back. He is the type of guy that would do well under Flanno. Bring the old boys back Sele, AFB and Leilua. How good would that be. It may be what interests AFB to go to the Dragons to finish where he started.
100 percent on Leilua. I went to games namely one against Canberrra at the Gong, where he was the only one putting in. This was just before he left us. I would not be unhappy if he came back.
 

Dragon David

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Bulldogs recruit Connor Tracey suffered a leg injury in his final training session with the Sharks and will be unable to train with his new team-mates for six weeks.

Canterbury GM of football Phil Gould revealed on social media that Tracey would not start running until mid-January after suffering the injury before his switch of clubs was finalised on Tuesday.
I wonder if Tracey is the sort of player that when fit can be great in spells but to me he is a likely candidate for long term injuries. The Dogs have signed more second rate players than anything decent. Some are journeymen but most in the last batch seem discards and well, they just weren't wanted. Most have joined the Dogs on reasonable coin, maybe not too great, but they are only there because no other club really wanted them. Their hearts won't be for the Dogs. They are there to collect their pay and go through the motions and see out their careers.

We want players who really want to play for the Red V and be proud to be a Dragon.
 

JohnnoMcJohnno

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Bulldogs recruit Connor Tracey suffered a leg injury in his final training session with the Sharks and will be unable to train with his new team-mates for six weeks.

Canterbury GM of football Phil Gould revealed on social media that Tracey would not start running until mid-January after suffering the injury before his switch of clubs was finalised on Tuesday.
I feel sad for the player. Gould, not so much.
 

redVinme

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100 percent on Leilua. I went to games namely one against Canberrra at the Gong, where he was the only one putting in. This was just before he left us. I would not be unhappy if he came back.
Not worried about the recent DV at all? Not having a go. Genuine interest.

As far as I see it I don't think bringing back multiple women bashers will be good for culture.

AFB I could swallow as on the surface it at least seems like he has matured and hasn't been a repeat offender.

I'd be keeping away from Luc though. Family has a screw loose.
 

Dragon David

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Not worried about the recent DV at all? Not having a go. Genuine interest.

As far as I see it I don't think bringing back multiple women bashers will be good for culture.

AFB I could swallow as on the surface it at least seems like he has matured and hasn't been a repeat offender.

I'd be keeping away from Luc though. Family has a screw loose.
Hmmmm, you may have a good point or two there RedVinme.
 

redVinme

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I disagree, so do his stats.
My comment was in relation to letting gardenia know I wasn't having a go at their opinion. Not that I though Luc wasn't having a go. But while your on it.

that tackle efficiency sure doesn't account for the times he was out of position or didn't even get an arm on a player. It also doesn't show all the times it looks like he has straight up given up on a game. Especially when he was trying to wiggle out of the tigers. Another sign of poor character. There's a good reason Luc is the one looking to be moved on our of their 4 backrowers. Funnily he was the high priced import. It'd also be the third club one of which was us that had no problem letting him go. Mid contract too.

Personally we need to be chasing players others teams actually want to keep rather than the ones they are happy to let go. That's even before looking at the behaviour issues.

I'm all for players getting second chances I just don't know why it seems everyone is literally trying to collect every criminal in the NRL and insert them into one team that is struggling with cultural identity as it is. 🤷‍♂️
 

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