That's good because we need a 7.Together forever now. Brings a tear to the eye.
Jackson Hastings sent his congrats through from the ESL.
And that's because IMO, Brooks is not up to it, terrible passing game, terrible kicking game but gee, he can defend.
Then there's this:
A Wests Tigers’ star’s time looks to be up with the club reportedly shopping him around despite being locked in on a big-money deal for a further two seasons.
For so long it seemed the Wests Tigers would stick by their big-money halfback Luke Brooks. Despite not quite reaching expectations, the 26-year-old has always held his spot in the squad.
However, that looks set to change withThe Sydney Morning Herald reporting the Tigers have made inquiries with rival clubs to see if anyone is interested in the No.7’s services.
Ex-Roosters and Sea Eagles half, Jackson Hastings, will return home from the Super League next season on a two-year deal with the Tigers.
Hastings was said to be signed as a lock, but it seems that’s not the case as the Tigers look to offload Brooks.
Hastings will likely partner Adam Doueihi in the halves in 2022. Doueihi moved back to five-eighth on the weekend after a stint in the centres and proved that it’s the position he belongs in long term.
Doueihi ran for 91 metres and set up five tries and had four linebreak assists in the Tigers’ win over the Broncos on Sunday.
Brooks was also solid with 42 running metres, one try assist, two tacklebusts and one offload, but he was completely outshone by Doueihi.
Two Brooks suitors as rival snubs three-man trade; Taylor faces brutal $700k paycut: Transfer Whispers
Two Brooks suitors as rival snubs 3-man trade; star faces brutal $700k paycut: Transfer Whispers
42 running metres for a 7 !!!!!!