I get what your angry about. What the guy done was very very bad, and normally i would not want anyone like that at the club.I would rather 17 useless poms and a wooden spoon than Matt Lodge. Genuinely.
I think hes matured a lot now. He committed the offense when he was 19. hes 26 now and hasn't put a foot wrong since.Can see what the guy brings from a football POV but definitely worries me what he brings (or doesn’t bring) from a culture POV. You can always undo a lot of good work in an organisation with one bad egg. I remain hopeful but just hope he isn’t that bad egg.
Certainly an interesting mix of players POS has assembled
Also hes was captain material i know it was at the lowley broncos but i feel like his early career off field problems with substance abuse took the light off his leadership qualities.I think hes matured a lot now. He committed the offense when he was 19. hes 26 now and hasn't put a foot wrong since.
Don't care for him as a person. However, as a player I think he is quite average and suffered his fair share of injuries over the last 2 years.I would rather 17 useless poms and a wooden spoon than Matt Lodge. Genuinely.
I guess the writting is on the wall for Leeson Ah-Mau?Funny people still holding something against him that happened 6 years ago when he was 19.
Since then has gone sober, turned his life around and hasn't put a foot wrong since.
I think him and Addin Fonua-Blake will make each other better, I know who I would rather take a hit up after out of Ah Mau or Lodge.
He has a decent offload in him too so hopefully this change of scenery lets him take his game up a level, he started the year slow but has looked great over recent weeks in a dogs hit team
The talk is the Bronco's are throwing $1,000,000.00 towards covering is wage, that is looking after your club not son-in-law, throw in the money the Doggies are giving us to cover Dallin Watene-Zelezniak's wage, the resigning of Shaun Johnson for half of what he was on when he left, the signing and poaching of Walsh etc. Even if your claim of nepotism had any merit which I firmly believe it doesn't I think POS has more than earned some benefit of the doubt.Don't care for him as a person. However, as a player I think he is quite average and suffered his fair share of injuries over the last 2 years.
I'm more concerned about what he does to the club culture...why were Broncos he'll bent on letting him go. Why did the Newcastle deal fall over?
For the good of the club I hope he is a success but have some feeling is it a case of looking after his son inlaw like he did with his son.
Have a feeling his father in law has been after him for a while and he was keen to come BUT, the price tag was far too high.Not thrilled with the signing but he's part of the team & I'll back him.
Warriors have been short on Aussie trained players with a bit of mongrel. Well now they have got them. The team should be stronger for this signing.
Concern is that he actually wants to play for the Warriors & it's not just a convenient contract.