Give fish a longer term contract to keep the amount down.Our best forward but for 1 million no
This is his management speaking right, I'm fairly sure he himself would play at the amount he is currently on..The club won't be paying a million dollars or anything near that for the Fish.
After recent extensions we simply can't afford it, nor will the club under the current regime pay that amount for a forward.
It is at a stalemate at the moment but some time away from negotiations is needed.
I still say he stays. It is just going to take more time.
A time to keep a cool head.
Someone is worth what someone is willing to pay and some team, a shit one who needs to pay overs to get quality players, might pay him that much. We won't pay that, we don't have to, it's a question of how close we can get to the more desperate team's offers and how much he's willing to leave on the table to stay at a happy successful team.
I've said this from the start, when folks were talking about him up for another contract, he could very well be the perfect player for a marquee signing for the 2nd brisbane side, i also thought Reynolds would stay on for another year at the bunnies, and he could join capes at that new franchise, under a possible Wayne Bennett, Moses M'bye or Cameron Munster at 5/8th, and Nico Hynes in at Fullback, get an experienced Hooker like Josh Hodgson or Jake Granville and thats a core team to build off, i get that most players are looking out for next year, but a new 13mill cap will open up huge potential to land a concrete gig at a club under a pro like Bennett, who has been at Canberra and Broncos in its inception, its better than signing onto a uncertain club like bronx right nowI wonder whether there is a possibility of a one year deal for Kurt Capewell. I really don’t think the Broncos are a realistic option for him, they are clearly strapped for salary cap space and need to spend whatever they have for there spine. The 2nd Brisbane team in 2023 would surely seem a more realistic option for him.