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Offline PoisonPen7

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« 2018-May-15, 11:04 PM Reply #150 »
Cameron Smith has retired from representative football to spend more time with his family and Melbourne Storm. Good on him, the State of Origin series have not only cost him quality time with his family but have cost Storm wins over the years playing with a depleted team.

Hasn't done them any harm in the premiership department  :chin:

Cameron Smith is the outstanding public figure in Rugby League. Highly intelligent and articulate he should walk into any role he wants with the game post retirement be it commentator, administrator or coach.

Offline Wenona

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« 2018-May-16, 08:48 AM Reply #151 »
Well played skipper  :clap2:

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« 2018-May-16, 06:20 PM Reply #152 »
Couldn't agree more PP. Has been a wonderful ambassador for the code.

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« 2018-May-17, 05:42 PM Reply #153 »
Highly intelligent and articulate he should walk into any role he wants with the game post retirement be it commentator, administrator or coach.

Why would he leave his full time role as the referees boss?

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« 2018-May-17, 06:14 PM Reply #154 »
Why would he leave his full time role as the referees boss?

  :lol:

You could apply that criticism to a lot of captains both present and in the recent past. Manly have always been good at it.

Toovey was a genius in getting into the referees heads. Jamie Lyon. Cherry-Evans isn't too bad either.


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