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Sam McCosker

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Don’t love it as a Sharks fan

'A force to be reckoned with': How are Fitzy's Sharks shaping up for 2022?

Did Moylan take a cut? $300k seems small

'A force to be reckoned with': How are Fitzy's Sharks shaping up for 2022?

Can’t say I’m stoked with Moylan resigning as a Sharks fan myself.

'A force to be reckoned with': How are Fitzy's Sharks shaping up for 2022?

Time will tell.

'A force to be reckoned with': How are Fitzy's Sharks shaping up for 2022?

Thanks for your comment Brad, I think you took this piece a bit more personal than face value. Just an insight into the current position of Wests.
Cheers

Does the Tigers' rebuild start with the players or deep within the club?

Take a note from the Doggies recruitment I reckon!

Does the Tigers' rebuild start with the players or deep within the club?

I appreciate your insight and good points regardless!

Does the Tigers' rebuild start with the players or deep within the club?

Listening to 2 podcasts (Bloke in a Bar & DT Podcast) quoted them saying they had many experts considering them to sit around the 8. I trust sources like Denan Kemp who have an extensive knowledge of Rugby League and his job requires him to do thorough research. Isn’t there about 6 teams each year who ‘could’ make the eight?

Does the Tigers' rebuild start with the players or deep within the club?

Storm recruitment is excellent. Staff like Frank Pennisi are pivotal in big trades and have an extremely high Rugby League business IQ.

Does the Tigers' rebuild start with the players or deep within the club?

I think their is potential for Tigers to cement themselves as finals contenders but may take 2-3 years to do so. Build around Doueihi and Laurie.

Does the Tigers' rebuild start with the players or deep within the club?

Can’t justify dropping that much on Brooks

Does the Tigers' rebuild start with the players or deep within the club?

Agreed. However he is in that position of power where you can’t please everyone. It’s like the PM 😂 you can go and buy a sandwich and someone has a problem with it

The key reasons why league fans are switching the telly off in 2021

👍 good points

The key reasons why league fans are switching the telly off in 2021

The point is, a large sum of games this season has been lopsided. I’d love to watch my team play entertaining football and put 12 tries on another team, but at some point it does become less interesting to watch than games that have the potential of GP around the 70 minute mark.

Without any research I’m more so trying to get my point across, of course I’m still going to sit down with a beer on the weekend and watch Rugby League, but is there some points V’landys can take and approach for a difference in the off-season?

The key reasons why league fans are switching the telly off in 2021

I think anyone likes watching their team win convincingly.

The key reasons why league fans are switching the telly off in 2021

👍 👍

The key reasons why league fans are switching the telly off in 2021

I’m only a Roar Rookie 😂

The key reasons why league fans are switching the telly off in 2021

More so a metaphor for a large sum of games this season being all but over at half time.

The key reasons why league fans are switching the telly off in 2021

The Roar editors renamed my piece to this whereas I originally put the 3 different topics covered in it, I’m aware it is misleading.

The key reasons why league fans are switching the telly off in 2021

Pretty much sums up the story of the season, top teams, daylight, the rest of the competition. Same with the quality of halves. I suppose it’s all linked as you’ve stated.

Who is the best No.7 in the NRL right now?

He’s so exciting to watch.

Who is the best No.7 in the NRL right now?

Storm have the best headache trying to fit world class players back into a world class team who can’t stop winning!

Who is the best No.7 in the NRL right now?

Panthers haven’t lost when Cleary plays. Storm are in such dominant form I still think their record wouldn’t have changed by Hughes is responsibly for a huge chunk of the Storms points each game. Both pulling the strings.

Who is the best No.7 in the NRL right now?

Cleary is the benchmark, Hughes is frightening right now. Good points.

Who is the best No.7 in the NRL right now?

I’m sure when Hughes is off contract he will have a huge contract thrown at him, maybe by multiple clubs. He has plenty of years left.

Who is the best No.7 in the NRL right now?

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