500k puts his salary at ~20th in the nrl for props, or top 10 for second rowers...
if you say so and are quite certain,Lol Mann was never on 550k, it was 350k for that first deal.
Where did you hear this?Hetherington is a penalty and judiciary magnet however he is an exceptional athlete and that is exactly what we need
Now saying that he is not worth anything over $300k and from what I've heard that is what the club has offered so I'm ok with it
What’s with these Qld targets of ours signing one year extensions…….probably just want to get dolphins to stop pestering them
We're targeting young kids on the rise. They are backing themselves to get a bigger deal in 12 months, simple as that as far as I can see.It's really odd.. Gotta be backing themselves to get better deals next year? Or hope they have word the cap will go up a bit..
Exactly. It is a smart move by them and their managers. We’ll see more of it. What is encouraging though is we seem to often be the final club they decide between before staying and going. Dolphins seem to be a very difficult sell. Broncos rise has been times to perfection. It has really thrown a grenade into the Dolphins bunker.We're targeting young kids on the rise. They are backing themselves to get a bigger deal in 12 months, simple as that as far as I can see.
Bulldogs enforcer Jack Hetherington is hot property following the departure of Trent Barrett.
The Canterbury-Bankstown club are set for a huge clear-out, with players who signed to play under Barrett seeking a move away from the struggling side.
Brent Naden was the first to go, and now Hetherington is being heavily pursued by multiple clubs, with the Newcastle Knights tabling an offer.
The 25-year-old enforcer is contracted until the end of the 2023 season, but has a mutual option for the final year, meaning he can walk away at the end of the 2022 season.
“The Knights are chasing, is it good news if they sign Jack Hetherington from the Bulldogs?” Andrew Voss asked in SEN 1170 Breakfast.
“Not as yet, I expect them to forward a three-year deal for Jack Hetherington the Newcastle Knights, they want to stiffen up their (forward) pack,” The Daily Telegraph’s David Riccio said.
Michael Maguire’s Tigers released prop Thomas Mikaele to join the Super League, which could potentially free up cash to make a play for the tough backrower.
“That’ll free up some salary cap room, they had been in discussions with Angus Crichton, but I believe that’s going south due to the asking price of Crichton.
“Hetherington at the Tigers might just start to fit into their cap space.
“They might have to come knowing the Knights are prepared to offer three years.
“Watch this space with the Knights and Tigers around Jack Hetherington
Ugh I mean... going off media reporting... that could be anything between 350k and 500k a year. 350k would be a bit overs you'd think... but not drastically or negligently. Much more than that and you're getting into eyebrow raising territory.Herald saying 3 years well over a million dollars. Lol.