Read they are also shopping Jake Simpkin.I know everyone here has been eagerly awaiting my take on Blore supposedly being shopped so who am I to disappoint?
Firstly, the "shopping" is being done by his management not the club but that said, its not clear to me why he is being held back in reggies. He is a good player, too good for NSW Cup, but by the same token not going to push his way into our starting pack either. He is a better player than Seyfarth who is currently on our bench (now that Joffa is gone ....sniff) so i genuinely dont know why he is held in reggies and Seyfarth is prefered (although Blore was injured last week).
He is also a natural edge forward but has bulked up a lot with some talk that Sheens wants him as a middle, which doesnt make sense to me other than the fact that he is never pushing past Bateman, Papali'i and Pole for a spot. We also have some gun back rowers coming through like Matamua and Chris Faagutu.
Like Joffa, its not a player I want to lose but less of a loss than Joffa. Blore is one of those guys trying to live up to "potential" and hasnt moved out of that phase yet for mine. Still living on one tackle against Nrown. Not the end of the world if he leaves but worried he will meet his potential somewhere else.
I don't even know what that means. He pleased not guilty wouldn't that be obvious on cctv?are so it was allegedly rapid fire touch up of the breasts five times in a minute with both hands https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/s...r/news-story/056b590ee9a23d94204b954543902faf
I don't even know what that means. He pleased not guilty wouldn't that be obvious on cctv?
I didn't get this bitHis lawyer has said that they do not agree with the allegations of his touching her five times.
He does not say that Dylan didn't touch her at all. Chose his words very carefully. Must be noted that Brown has not yet entered a plea, so they might be trying to work something out with the prosecution before doing so.
If this turns out to be accurate, do you think we should tear up his contract?Reading that and purely having a guess, his lawyer will argue it down to one charge and he will nod to it. Assuming there’s a case conferencing period like there is in Qld. He’ll cop a fine and move on.