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Offline Gintara

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« 2017-Mar-04, 07:19 PM Reply #25 »
You had Luke Kelly as your 1/2   :lol:

He's steady at best, throw in Inglis's injury early on and it was made for the long night.

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« 2017-Mar-04, 09:48 PM Reply #26 »
First half Roosters. Second half feather dusters.

Greg Inglis knee injury: What it means for Rabbitohs, Michael Maguire, Origin — burning questions

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In announcing Inglis’s diagnosis, South Sydney insisted that Inglis was not further harmed by the decision to leave him on the field for most of the game after he was hurt in the eighth-minute.

“The injury occurred in the first instance in the match, not as a consequence of Greg playing on further,” Rabbitohs GM of football Shane Richardson said.


http://www.foxsports.com.au/nrl/nrl-premiership/greg-inglis-knee-injury-what-it-means-for-rabbitohs-michael-maguire-origin-burning-questions/news-story/15962460ac8970ec27d68a6a79edc6fd

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« 2017-Mar-05, 08:25 AM Reply #27 »
of course an injured knee wont get worse by playing on for another 50 minutes  :lol:

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« 2017-Mar-05, 12:35 PM Reply #28 »
A torn ACLis a torn ACL wily, Reconstruction regardless of whether or not

it is further aggravated.

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« 2017-Mar-05, 07:03 PM Reply #29 »
surely theres a difference in tears.

I did my meniscus and had it removed, totally. a mate had his trimmed as the tear was less

anyways, that's not the issue. The bloke should not have been on the field after a cursory 5 minutes.

its just a deflection by the coach and club

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« 2017-Mar-07, 08:57 PM Reply #30 »
Betting Market
Winner
 
Melbourne
7.00

North Qld
7.50

Roosters
8.00

Canberra
8.50

Brisbane
9.00

Penrith
10.00

Warriors
11.00

Parramatta
13.00
Wests Tigers
17.00

Cronulla
21.00
Bulldogs
26.00
Gold Coast
31.00
St George-Ill
34.00

Souths
34.00

Manly
41.00

Newcastle
151.00

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« 2017-Mar-12, 04:31 PM Reply #31 »
So then half the Balmain/Westen Suburbs joint venture are coke heads

Disgraced former Wests Tigers centre Tim Simona has revealed how he used money he raised for charity to fund his drug and gambling addictions.

Simona was deregistered by the NRL on Friday and handed an indefinite ban for betting on opponents in Tigers matches, and also ripping off charities after auctioning off autographed jerseys.

In an explosive interview that could shake the NRL to its core, Simona told News Corp how he first took cocaine with Tigers team-mates on a mad Monday boat cruise three years ago.

He said his habit spiralled out of control and was spending several thousands of dollars of his $325,000 a year salary every weekend on the drug and pokies machines.

"There was about six or seven of us," Simona said.

"We went to the toilets, and just snort a line pretty much. That was the first time I had ever touched drugs. From then on every time I would go out, I would start using it."

Simona said he never feared getting caught by drug testers despite buying up to five bags of cocaine a weekend and was tested as frequently as his Tigers team-mates.

"Actually I'd been tested quite a few times, and obviously I knew when to take it," he said.

"In the rep round when we had the weekend off I would take it or if there was a long turn around between games.


"I would take it on a Friday so by Monday I think it would be out of my system."

Simona confessed to auctioning off at least 12 jerseys and keeping the money.



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« 2017-Mar-12, 04:41 PM Reply #32 »
I was thinking.....

Parramatta beat Manly in Round 1

Manly were beaten by Souths in R2

West Tigers beat Souths in R1

Penrith are thrashing West Tigers in R2

Saints thrashed Penrith in R1

Logically, Sainsts should beat Parra tonight, doubly so because it is at WIN Stadium where away sides face a hostile crowd of maniacs.

Have put my money where my mouth is anyway   :biggrin:

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« 2017-Mar-12, 07:22 PM Reply #33 »
I was thinking.....

Parramatta beat Manly in Round 1

Manly were beaten by Souths in R2

West Tigers beat Souths in R1

Penrith are thrashing West Tigers in R2

Saints thrashed Penrith in R1

Logically, Sainsts should beat Parra tonight, doubly so because it is at WIN Stadium where away sides face a hostile crowd of maniacs.

Have put my money where my mouth is anyway
How good was that logic

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« 2017-Mar-12, 08:06 PM Reply #34 »
  :biggrin:

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« 2017-Mar-12, 10:07 PM Reply #35 »
Are Cronulla still $21.00

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« 2017-Mar-13, 05:00 PM Reply #36 »
So Andrew Ryan apparently watched the Souths Manly game and came up with the following as Dally M Judge

Farah  - 3
Reynolds - 2
T Trb - 1


Cody Walker was the best player on the field by a country mile.

Joke of an award.

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« 2017-Mar-14, 04:37 PM Reply #37 »
Farah played well but Walker was far superior

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« 2017-Mar-14, 05:28 PM Reply #38 »
The big bad Bears might be back on the road again :clap2: :clap2: :clap2:

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« 2017-Mar-18, 08:01 PM Reply #39 »
This Manly getup takes the cake.

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« 2017-Mar-18, 08:04 PM Reply #40 »
Roosters too good again up at the foot of the mountains.

They had to surround the refs with security coming off the ground. Bunch of ratbags those mountain men supporters. They need to learn to lose   :lol:

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« 2017-Mar-18, 08:24 PM Reply #41 »
Only just saw this rubbish  emthdown



Statement on Kieran Foran
Sat 11 Mar, 2017, 11:00am
Media Release, NRL

 

The NRL said today it has given final approval for Kieran Foran to be registered with the New Zealand Warriors.

A spokesman said a final psychological assessment had been received which cleared the way for Foran to resume his Rugby League career.

"In making our determination we have taken into account a range of factors including Kieran's physical and mental well being as well as behavioural issues," the spokesman said.

"Kieran has made it clear to the NRL that he regrets any actions in the past that may have caused angst to anyone and is thankful to have this chance to resume his career.

"He has paid a significant financial and personal price for his actions and we believe he should now be allowed to return to the NRL."

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« 2017-Mar-18, 09:11 PM Reply #42 »

l name
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles

Nickname(s)
Silvertails , Eagles , Maroon and Whites

Website
seaeagles.com.au

Colours
     Maroon
     White

Founded
4 November 1946

Exited
1999


And yet they have green and blue on their guernseys  emthdown

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« 2017-Mar-19, 04:13 PM Reply #43 »
Good to see the Coal Train back :clap2:

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« 2017-Mar-19, 04:35 PM Reply #44 »
This is fun to watch. :clap2:

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« 2017-Mar-19, 04:56 PM Reply #45 »
How many unemployed NRL Standard coaches are out there ?

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« 2017-Mar-19, 06:11 PM Reply #46 »
Gee

Whatshisname's been quiet lately.

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« 2017-Mar-20, 01:26 PM Reply #47 »
Taylor the first casualty of 2017.

Inevitable but still quite sad.

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« 2017-Mar-20, 04:36 PM Reply #48 »
It just makes no sense at all really.

They have gone through all the hoopla over Farrah  last year and let Taylor do preseason and start into the comp yet flick him after only 3 games.  :shrug: Seems like the club has NFI what it wants and if true that the '4'' named players have refused to sign while Taylor is coach is the ultimate tail wagging the dog  :wacko:

One thing I do know is the coach doesn't miss the tackles  :no:


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« 2017-Mar-20, 04:41 PM Reply #49 »
Whilst I feel a little sorry for Taylor, The club hierarchy must have read the situation as Taylor having lost the Playing group. They certainly where not putting in for him.



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