1st Grade Fringe
- May 20, 2019
She can go home, I'm sure he's the money earner. He has a responsibility to this team as well, the club has bent over backwards for the players this time round, I'm sure Ken won't want to return home this time?
it's not a beat up bro it's just he has to stay and justify his pay packet Imo, the warriors are not playing in front of thier home crowd and I'm sure memberships are very low, these guys need to be with the club or do what sheck does and leave the warriors.Jesus. What a way to simply someone's life. Women are allowed careers and their own ambitions. She was saying her job is on hold while they are over there, and she would likely lose it if she was away longer.
I'm sure if it came to it, they would stay and allow Ken to do his thing and earn his money - I'm sure they as a couple understand that.
But regardless, it's a tough situation - don't make it a beat up.
Can’t just have 2 season off say see ya boys and earn 400kit's not a beat up bro it's just he has to stay and justify his pay packet Imo, the warriors are not playing in front of thier home crowd and I'm sure memberships are very low, these guys need to be with the club or do what sheck does and leave the warriors.
I regard mine and my wife’s job as for our family’s well-being and ambition before our individual ambition.Jesus. What a way to simplify someone's life. Women are allowed careers and their own ambitions. She was saying her job is on hold while they are over there, and she would likely lose it if she was away longer.
I agree with all of this, and I think it would be a dumb move if they did decide to come back mid-season because of her job.I regard mine and my wife’s job as for our family’s well-being and ambition before our individual ambition.
If I decide to cut my hours because I personal wanted to, I would regard that as selfish - family before the individual.
In these guys cases, they have a short opportunity to earn crazy huge money - to set their family up. It comes with compromises and together they need to sort their priorities. Once they make a family decision, it undermines the family if they publicly air their private individual concerns.
Many partners put a career on hold to support the highest skilled/ earning partner. Not just woman. Look at Ardern and her daddy daycare partner.
I think our forwards and back line will get us into the red zone more often this year with the new rules, it's all going to be on our spine to take advantage of the great field position and score points or build pressure. I think CHT has a good temperament we should expect good growth from his last two seasons, this is his time.I said when he was appointed that SK would instill discipline and good training habits but would not take us further, he should be recognised for that. Is Brown that man, well I guess we will see.
Judging solely from the trial I think he has the team tracking OK, people are saying there is a lack of penetration on attack, but both teams were not going to reveal too much. I can't remember who but one player said he has been impressed with Brown's attacking shapes he has brought in.
As for our Halves, we know CHT and KN can do the core roles of their positions, they did it last season, they just need to build on that. Especially the passing. That is what Egan brings is excellent distribution. Against the Titans we saw a reversion at times to passing the ball to someone flat footed.
When we were pursuing Gould I can recall him saying he would accept if a particular coach got the job. Since he did come onboard you can only assume that coach was Nathan Brown he was advocating for the job. He’s got the right temperament i reckon, in between demanding excellence and a laid back surfy demeanour.. Is Brown that man, well I guess we will see.
So interesting the wording... bit of PROPAGANDA so they don't have to refund members whose memberships rolled over...Following the recent resurgence in Covid-19 transmissions in New Zealand and indications that the introduction of any Trans-Tasman travel corridor will be later than was first proposed, we’ve now agreed with the National Rugby League (NRL) leadership to extend our stay in Australia to 21 June which will ensure the continuity of the first 15 competition rounds