I’m sure if you went out and got in a drunken incident, and the police get involved, you’d be fired from your job.
It’s simple logic. The CEO wants the players to have some fun, not get wasted, or worst, arrested.
Between last year’s grand final and start of the 2019 season, we had far too many off-field incidents for the game – including two big ones for Knights players.
I know some of my fellow Knights fans are disappointed in Gardner’s comments and there’s nothing wrong with that, but I see the purpose behind it. The top teams in the game have the same type of attitude.
They have fun but don’t stuff up.
To the fans who aren’t a fan of Gardner’s decision, understand this: this is one of the things Nathan Brown was trying to take out of our players during the rebuilding days. Sure, some may have went out of line but not as much as before.
I understand that some of our players are in the young, wild and free mindset and there’s nothing wrong with that, providing you keep yourself in line without getting in trouble or breaking the law.
Saturday night saw the Newcastle Knights travel down to the infamous Sydney Cricket Ground ready to take on the Sydney Roosters. A massive thrashing at the hands of the current reigning premiers shows that we’ve got a lot of work left to do. As much as it pains me to say, we’re nowhere near as […]
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