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Discussion in 'Parramatta Eels' started by Gronk, Jun 21, 2016.
Make that 9 firm ones and one that's getting a little soft.
With that terry toweling top he must have been down to his last cent then.
I'll beat that, one trillion dollars.
No i live with a tribe of amazonian females pretty much like in wonder woman
The numbers are all speculation from journos. These big contracts for young players are usually stepped as well (back ended, if you will) to reflect the (presumed) increased cap in future years, as well as the young player's presumed increase in effectiveness over the length of the deal. So a journo hearing that the fourth year of Trbojevic or Mitchell's contract has him on $1.2M becomes an article about the player earning that much each year, when he might 'only' be on $800k in the first year of the deal.
But mostly they would just make shit up. There's nothing libelous about overestimating how much a player is earning. To win in court the player would have to make his actual salary public knowledge and none of them want that.
Yeah pretty much this I reckon. I was being just a tiny bit sarcastic.
The stepped contracts also account for why a club can shed some players on decent money and only replace them with nuffies. Dopey fans ask where the cap space went, but the answer is that a lot of it gets swallowed up each year in stepped upgrades.
Can I move into the garage
No, thats where they are storing all their skimpy clothes
In the second photo, Phil looks like he's contemplating exactly what to do with the load that is already in his mouth.
Would you describe it as a shedload Barry?
Phil before the bees attacked his face.
Have we even signed anyone since Matterson? Feels like they've taken their eye off the ball.
Corey Thompson would be a better fullback than Gutherson. Gutherson then to centres.
Corey Thompson has stuff all play making ability. Last year he only had 5 LBAs and 1 try assist. All he does is run hard to try and make up for his lack of size and skill.
He runs hard. But in bottom 3 fullback in comp.
Guth isnt elite but most likely leads the rest of the pack after the top 3 or 4.
Best play maker of them all.
Best involvement of them all
Perhaps best energy as to what brings to team.
I'd rate overall between 5th-8th best fullback in comp.
If prefer Bevan to Thompson.
Waqa Blake - early rounds shoulder op.
RCG - elbow clean out R1
f**king Panthers players
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