Rumour NRL Rumoured Player Movements, Re-signings and Rumour Mill 2021-2022

Bushman

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Kosi was thrown in the deep end and initially struggled. However he kept trying and hated making mistakes. I think he has the goods, his point of difference from Fusitua and Ken is he is faster and can get back on D. For me he tries too hard and ties himself up.
Gees, kids only young. Considering we probably paying a bit above minium wage, reckon he's pretty good value. You's want half a mill tied up on the wings? Already got Dallin Watene-Zelezniak for that. He's our third/forth choice winger surely?
 
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Worried2Death

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I don't know the answer to this but was surprised to see him listed at 1.88m & 96kg
He must have grown a foot since I last saw the little feller get brushed off like a fly at the last 9's. Just shows what you can achieve when the master coach Stacey tells you to stop being shit.
 
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Five&Last

Five&Last

He must have grown a foot since I last saw the little feller get brushed off like a fly at the last 9's. Just shows what you can achieve when the master coach Stacey tells you to stop being shit.
Yeah he’s definately not 1.88cm 😂
 
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Toookey

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I’m confused, do people think he’s shorter than 1.88cm? He’s listed as 1.93 when you do a quick google search. I don’t know either way, just saying what it says when you search him
 
Cces

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I’m confused, do people think he’s shorter than 1.88cm? He’s listed as 1.93 when you do a quick google search. I don’t know either way, just saying what it says when you search him
Rightly or wrongly, Setu Tu is listed at 1.88m. Kosi is listed at 1.93m which seems accurate
 
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Noitall

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Adaquix Luke (Issac Luke’s son) has signed with the dolphins for the next 3 years. He’s still only 14.
 
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Noitall

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Te Maire Martin given a 1 year development contract at the broncos. Hope it works out for him.
 
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Former Cowboys star closes in on stunning NRL return two years after serious brain injury


Former Panthers and Cowboys half Te Maire Martin has signed a one-year development contract with the Broncos.
The 26-year-old was forced to retire from the NRL after specialists barred him from contact sport, suffering a bleed on the brain in 2019.
After showing no signs of any recurrence, Martin returned and played for Waikato in the domestic New Zealand competition coming away unscathed and ready to work towards an NRL contract.

Martin has passed a final medical clearance according to the Broncos statement and will sign on for one year, while also penning a deal with affiliate club Wynnum Manly Seagulls in the Hostplus Cup.

“It’s great to see Te Maire back in an NRL system,” Broncos’ head of football Ben Ikin said.

“Prior to his brain injury he was one hell of a player ... hugely skilful, and a very dangerous ball runner.
“Te Maire joins us on a development list contract and I’ve no doubt will be pushing some of our other notable candidates to partner Adam Reynolds in the halves.”
The talented playmaker made his debut for the Panthers in 2016, scoring a try and kicking a field goal to win the game for the mountain men.




 
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Defence

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Adaquix Luke (Issac Luke’s son) has signed with the dolphins for the next 3 years. He’s still only 14.
Ive seen him playing touch- wow- looks like hes super charged or something- hes special- with his support network ill be shocked if he doesnt crack it.
 
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