I like it. Seeing a flawed individual giving it his all despite his challenges might just be the rocket some of our guys who are coasting through life and who, as Blake Green confessed, 'don't even like footy' need to realise their lot in life is one of real privilege.Controversial I know, but... Have we just signed our new Captain?
Hopefully it went like this.He is, broncs r footing a chunk of the bill
Well there was action. It just always ended with disappointment. Kind of like the games on the weekend.
NRL.com understands that Lodge's Warriors move will involve the terms of his first 2023 player option at the Broncos being taken across to the Kiwi side.
Lodge's Brisbane contract ranks as one of the most lucrative for a prop in the NRL, and it's understood the club will contribute almost a seven-figure sum to his Warriors wage should Lodge take up his player option after 2022.
A. Broncos have clearly shown in the last 18 months that they are not above making some poor poor decisions.Why are the broncos making this move team? Why not keep lodge?
Glory glory to Kurt Cape well....A. Broncos have clearly shown in the last 18 months that they are not above making some poor poor decisions.
B. So much money loaded into their star forward pack means they have little in other key areas. Having Lodge, Haas, Carrigan, Riki, TPJ, Flegler as well as up and comers Robati and Paikura means that the Warriors paying 4-500k for Lodge gives them that money to spend somewhere else.
Edit - But also, they go and sign Capewell lol. So, what do I know