Discussion in 'Knights Signings, Rumours & Player Movement' started by josh2010, Mar 20, 2018.
Wayne won't read it unless someone turns the computer on for him.
I suppose I could get down into the gutter and say "I've heard someone needs to turn his missus on for him as well" but I shan't be stooping that low.
Not sure about this GILF talk, Wayne's new partner was in her late 40s when then crossed paths.
‘Market value’ would probably make him closer to 750k, he was their only threatening option on Saturday and no one else looked like creating something.
Think he is the modern day Greg Inglis, plays a fair share of good games with freakish ability and talent but also has a fair share of stinkers. Probably more stinkers too.
Tpj seems out of favour with Wayne.
He got moved to the bench and only played 30 minutes.
Maybe he told Wayne that he was looking else where.
Tearaway Broncos prop and potential Knights recruit Tevita Pangai Jnr didn’t return to Brisbane with teammates after his side’s 15-10 loss last weekend.
Instead, he stayed behind to attend the christening of close mate and former South Newcastle junior teammate Sione Mata’utia’s baby girl Amiyah on Sunday.
Knights officials did not take the opportunity to have a chat to him but his Instagram post on Sunday featuring the Newcastle coast-line with the words “Home Sweet Home” raised some eyebrows.
Just beat the warriors, lets hope they dont slide i enjoy watching them win games
If you don't want Shaun Lane fair enough but he is playing regular first grade off the bench , that's doing better than Jacob S , King , Yates , Stone , Saulo .
People on here are saying that Buhrer isn't big enough and that Daniel isn't playing well enough or is just lazy and our guys in reserves arnt up to scratch or playing very well and we don't have anyone to come up to first grade that will do the job .
So where are all these guys you talk about 88 that are up to regular 1st grader Lane's standard...
The games ive seen him in he is going well and if you listen to the commentators they reckon he is going well too and of course his 1st grade coach thinks he is going ok or he wouldn't be in 1st grade hey...So please elaborate who are these guys your talking about ...
He’s playing regular first grade because Manly have utter crap depth. He’s no better than what we already have in King, Yates, Saulo etc. We need to be targeting an enforcer or two not another fringe depth player. Pass.
I would have thought that Browny would repurpose Buhrer as hooker. Too bad Slade has been our best player all year (along with Fitzy).
Exactly his plod. We have enough fringe first graders.
Yeah well last year Fitzy was PLOD to a lot of you too..So you will evcuse me if i have a different opinion to you .
New club new attitude think him and Esse will make a great one two punch
As long as it improves our overall squad then go for it, might not be what we are actually looking for, big bad animal prop, but if it pushes someone down the list then we are better off. What we want we may not be able to get or maybe not available.
Admittedly i don't know much about this guy and have only seen him play twice i think but the way he played against us was a bit underwhelming he was'nt very impressive at all imo ...
Stick it into 'em Ethan.
Fitzy is our gun forward and the only local product that has stepped up to the line this year. Others seem happy to re-produce last year's spoon form.
I will amend this to include Luke Yates. What BS that penalty for the legal tackle on Taylor. Head clash caused the injuries and Yates came off worst.
Mate Lamb is our best player maker, Sione has potential and the Rossdawg does a backflip when he scored and we are 30 down.
Don't you understand they are our best?
He’s got a great passing game for a prop.
Hope he wants to come home for next season.
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Pangai jnr to stay with Broncos
Sat 21 Apr 2018, 08:29 PM
Off-contract prop Tevita Pangai jnr has declared he is staying at the Brisbane Broncos in a massive boost to the club's future prospects.
The 22-year-old was a standout in the Broncos' 34-20 loss to the Melbourne Storm and has been in terrific form through seven rounds despite the side's inconsistent performances.
Last week Pangai told NRL.com that he hoped coach Wayne Bennett would ''hang around for 10 years and coach me for the rest of my career.''
After the loss to the Storm he allayed the fears of Broncos fans who thought he might have been lost to the club due to considerable interest from rival teams.
''We'll get it sorted. I'm not going anywhere,'' Pangai said.
''I'm staying here. I think everyone knows that and I'll get it sorted soon. It's Wayne [Bennett] and as a club we are just a great club and I don't want to be anywhere else. We are building something special here.''
They only thing they are building towards is the Broncos first wooden spoon. They won’t be contenders for a few years.
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