difference is that they are not called the KFC knights are they? They are just a jersey sponsor....I wonder if Newcastle will get the tap on the shoulder from the NRL to lose their McDonalds Sponsorship! KFC only!
It is only one of two things.maybe they think that the warriors will not be based in Aus next year now. Or they think the lawyers were about to get a massive payday
Hello Swanley - raw speculation on my behalfHow?
So this $1m is only 3% of their gross revenue...Hello Swanley - raw speculation on my behalf
After I googled and played around with numbers the $1m Vodafone loss would be a heavy hit but given they make $30M according to one source they may be able to survive by cutting the women's team and or some junior pathways.
Here is some quotes I found out of interest.
"NRL clubs received a distribution of funds, with their annual grants rising from $8.4m in 2017 to $13.1m per club in 2018. The salary cap for each club’s top 30 players was $9.4m."
"Warriors were on track for $30M Total revenue this year prior to Covid shake up".
Should be the Auckland Warriors again. Never should've changed. Remember the 0800 easyLPG hawks in the NBL?Probably been in the pipeline for a while.
Good thing is we won’t be called the vodafone warriors anymore. Autex warriors doesn’t really have the same ring too it does it
I'm starting to get an emotional connection to the team in a way I haven't felt for years, and I think I'm falling in love with Roger but I still can't get Shaun out of my mind. This show is still better than Shortland Street.Great article about the behind the scenes about what the team has been going through.
Roger Tuivasa-Sheck's youngest son started crawling for the first time last week, while his dad was over 2000km away. His sacrifice, along with that of the entire Warriors club, could finally awaken the NRL's sleeping giant.www.nrl.com