2018 TPA's

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  1. rhugh89

    rhugh89 Danny 'Bedsy' Buderus Staff Member Admin

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    From NRL.com

    * In 2018, the total value of TPAs across the 16 clubs was $4.2 million – around 2.8% of the roughly $150 million cap – down from 3.5% in 2017

    * The total 2018 TPA pool includes 205 agreements spread across 94 players but this does not include a large number of small non-cash deals – for example equipment like boots and headgear – that most NRL players have in some form

    * On average, clubs benefited from $264,000 in TPAs

    * Melbourne had the most with slightly more than $1 million and Brisbane 2nd with almost $800,000

    * The Cowboys came in a distant third but are likely to drop significantly in 2019 following Johnathan Thurston's retirement while the Rabbitohs – a strong brand with a number of stars – were the only other club sitting above the average

    * At the lower end, the Eels, Titans and Bulldogs netted barely $50,000 each through a combination of crowded marketplaces, poor on-field results and a dearth of highly marketable individuals

    * We came in 11th with about $170k

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  2. Hughburt6

    Hughburt6 Steve Linnane

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    one Of the reasons storm have been so good for so long
    Boats are non cash deals right
     
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    Matty23 Danny 'Bedsy' Buderus

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    Roosters sitting at 200K? Bulls***.
     
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    Simon Templar Mike McLean

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    Obviously some Clubs are more honest than others, Bulldogs are low cause they promised but didn't pay therefore they don't have to declare
     

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