What’s more risk signing someone long term from major shoulder surgery or an ACL?Verrills makes the most sense from which player we were eyeing off from the roosters.
Fills a need same age as mahoney and will likely be squeezed by the cheess out of the number 9.
I would say shoulder surgery especially being a dummy half with more tackling and passing.What’s more risk signing someone long term from major shoulder surgery or an ACL?
I really dont care how good he is. All we need to know is "is he cheap"?I haven't seen a lot of him. But the Roosters signed him untill 2024 in 2020 so they must rate him a little.
Based on stats he is just average but is almost a year younger then Rheed and missed most of his 2nd season.
So he has had 2.5yrs in the NRL and 33 games vs Rheeds 3.5yrs and 74 games.
Rheed didn't come good untill about his 50th NRL game. It's about when most players really get up to speed in the NRL.
goodThat's because you're stuck in untested assumptions about player positions. The fact is fullback is only a position in defence, and dummy half is only a position in attack. There's no rule saying how the fullback needs to play in attack, or where the dummy half must play in defence. Any of your defenders could attack at dummy half, though it makes sense that it would be someone more central so that he can get into position quickly on transition between attack and defence.
Good move from the club Verrills has plenty of talent. Ennis would do wonders with him. He'd only be costing around 300-350k and gives us room to buy some good forwards.
You gain the most benefit during the couple of years they're on unders. If you have to pay overs to keep them there's no real benefit. Might as well replace him with another bloke on unders.Its all part of the plan mate. Train him up so hes worth 600k, offer him 350k to stay and wait for The Dogs to steal him back at 750k.
MON is one shrewd operator.