Discussion in 'NRL' started by I Bleed Maroon, Dec 19, 2015.
give us holmes and it's a deal
We already did you blokes a favour taking Woods
Tuimoala Lolohea to head off to Superleague, he has struggled to get a regular gig in first grade this year being the primary motivation. Apparently there other NRL clubs that are interested in Lolohea on the condition that the Tigers pay out a portion of his contract but the Tigers have said no.
Glad the Tigers have said no. He is not costing us a fortune and is good depth. Clearly his progress into first grade is now blocked at fullback with Mbye there (and I think fullback is his best position) but he is good cover in that he could do a passable job in a probably 3-4 spots in the backs.
If he got a good deal somewhere I'd be happy for him, but I hope our days of paying plyers to pley elsewhere are done
EDIT - And I think he may tear it up in SL
Only 23 and undoubtedly talented. Still plenty of time to mature as a person & footballer over there and give the NRL another crack in 2-3yrs. No doubt talented but needs to own a position and probably get a bit more professional.
so the blake green path. Hopefully it turns out well for him
That last line of yours says it all in regards to Tui.
Tuis partner is pregnant with their first , hell of a time to be heading up to the Old Dart. Wish him all the best, he does need to get a lot more professional but he'll slay ESL if he gets it right
Bronson Xerri and Blayke Brailey to the Bulldogs
He is getting his "scoop" from some posters wish list on that shithole, The Kennel.
Ivan & Nathan Cleary to the Broncos.
Paul Carige to Parramatta
He will replace Blake Ferguson
Out of left field but Ryan Hall to Roosters for 2019.
At 30 I didn’t think he was ever going to get a shot in the NRL
I'm sure offers would have been there in the past, interesting at the age of 30 he finally decides to make the move.
He's a massive unit and yet still an agile finisher. I wonder if any future coaches will try to push him into the forwards.
Separate names with a comma.