Surprised he tried it again , didn't work 1st timeFade To Black wrote: ↑Tue 05 Dec, 2017 11:14 pmHarvey wrote: ↑Sun 03 Dec, 2017 1:20 pmWill they be sourcing the fat from Tedesco's head?Pawsandclaws wrote: ↑Sun 03 Dec, 2017 11:41 amI did mention when the Tedesco drama was at its height, at his age we've probably seen the best of him and his previous knee injuries would start to take their toll on his pace etc. This was on the Chookpen. I believe Woods may have had the same procedure and Cordner is rumoured to be having this as well?
Teddy to miss most of preseason will also undergo stem cell treatment
Yesterday, 10:39 PM
TEDDY UNDER THE KNIFE
YOU won’t be seeing a lot of the Roosters’ million-dollar fullback James Tedesco at pre-season training. Like his skipper, Boyd Cordner, Tedesco is about to have revolutionary stem cell surgery to repair a knee cartilage injury. Surgeons inject Tedesco with his own fat tissue to accelerate the regeneration of the damage in his knee. Both players are unlikely to play in the trials but are expected to be fully fit for the opening round of the 2018 season.
Ted copped a smack in the chops for attempting to inject his fat tissue in the Italian team bonding session, you would think he'd have sworn off doing it again........
saw on the news last night that tim glasby from the storm is of contract at the end of the year, and the knights want him, he would be a great buy big and strong with a good motor. storm would have him on a low contract for sure.
Looks to have all the right moves LOL
Wests Tigers are out to sign Wigan Warriors centre Oliver Gildart.
The Tigers are on the hunt for a centre after the recent departures of Moses Suili and Taane Milne.
According to The Sun, the NRL side has been monitoring English outside back Gildart.
A Wigan junior, Gildart has crossed for 34 tries in 63 first-grade appearances.
The 21-year-old, who is off-contract at the end of this year, is considering one of the best young talents in Super League.
Gildart was eligible to play for Italy at last year's World Cup, but was unable to play in the tournament after papework issues meant his Italian passport did not arrive in time.
The outside back has spoken publicly about his dream of playing in the NRL.
https://www.insidesport.com.au/news/wes ... tre-489162
Not sure a current origin/premiership winning forward would be on low money.
That's really more of a statement with a bunch of question marks on the end...
Whatever the squad picture released was likely included 2nd tier players like Garner and Bailey Sironen. They are not part of the top 30.
Sorry...I just looked at the video they posted about the photo and it includes Sam McIntyre so maybe it is the NRL contracted players and the development players.barra wrote: ↑Thu 19 Apr, 2018 12:59 pm