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Re: Nathan Cleary

Post by The Queen » Wed 16 May, 2018 8:31 pm

Tweed Tiger wrote:
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I would supply and hand feed Nathan oysters if he came to Wests Tigers
So is that counted as a TPA ? could be on to something


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Post by The Queen » Wed 16 May, 2018 8:33 pm

jrtiger wrote:
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Hard not to be impressed by young Nathan. No ego, just a polite young kid. Mitchell Moses should take a leaf out of his book. Love to get him on board, certainly will be interesting what happens next year when it starts getting serious. I have no problems if he remains loyal to Penrith, but if he goes to the Chooks that will change make me a very unhappy supporter

Penrith have tried to extend his contract for over a year now and they keep getting a no



Penrith know what they have the future Australian halfback and can not lock him up gus has said in the past that he can leave if he wants to i think Penrith know he wants to leave if he can not sign on the line abit like moses and i think that is why there is talk of the peach staying at Penrith next year is because Nathan Clearly will be at the Tigers

Dont anounce it till end of season try to win it this year then bye bye Nathan from November this year you can start signing player's for 2020 why wreck 2019 if someone does not want to be there
Peachey's COP on his Titans contract finished up a long time ago. They'd be looking to play Tyrone May at 6 and Maloney at 7 if (or when) Nathan moves on to WT.
When is a contract a contract theses days but i must admit i am a Tyrone May fan big step strong fend and a big boy

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Post by teddy23 » Wed 16 May, 2018 9:04 pm

If Nathan Cleary was to come we’d have the NSW halves paring in our side imo

Brooks and Cleary seem likely to form such a good combination and I think Ivan knows this

Ivan knows Nathan better than anyone so if he thinks his game would lift at the tigers then you can bet your asses he’s gonna try get him

Pay him whatever it takes I reckon, the future Australian number 7 in my eyes

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Post by 851 » Wed 16 May, 2018 9:22 pm

happy tiger wrote:
Wed 16 May, 2018 5:03 pm
Chicken Faced Killa wrote:
Wed 16 May, 2018 4:48 pm
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Bet your bottom dollar that if it doesn't go ahead they are both signed by Easts :lol:
I think Easts will go for Bellamy, proven winner.
Bellamy will end up at the Broncos.
Can't see him coaching against the Big 2 Slater or Smith

But yes he will end up in Brisbane eventually
Heard the other day Bellamy has almost agreed to a deal for 3 more years at the storm
Go hard or go home

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Post by happy tiger » Wed 16 May, 2018 9:39 pm

851 wrote:
Wed 16 May, 2018 9:22 pm
happy tiger wrote:
Wed 16 May, 2018 5:03 pm
Chicken Faced Killa wrote:
Wed 16 May, 2018 4:48 pm
bathursttiger wrote:
Wed 16 May, 2018 4:45 pm


I think Easts will go for Bellamy, proven winner.
Bellamy will end up at the Broncos.
Can't see him coaching against the Big 2 Slater or Smith

But yes he will end up in Brisbane eventually
Heard the other day Bellamy has almost agreed to a deal for 3 more years at the storm
Well Smith is hoping for another two seasons so that makes sense


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Post by WestsBenTigers » Wed 16 May, 2018 9:42 pm

teddy23 wrote:
Wed 16 May, 2018 9:04 pm
If Nathan Cleary was to come we’d have the NSW halves paring in our side imo

Brooks and Cleary seem likely to form such a good combination and I think Ivan knows this

Ivan knows Nathan better than anyone so if he thinks his game would lift at the tigers then you can bet your asses he’s gonna try get him

Pay him whatever it takes I reckon, the future Australian number 7 in my eyes
We will have 3/4 of the NSW spine in a few years hopefully

9. Liddle
7. Cleary
6. Brooks
1. Tedesco/Trbojevic

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Post by GNR4LIFE » Thu 17 May, 2018 1:27 pm

WestsBenTigers wrote:
Wed 16 May, 2018 9:42 pm
teddy23 wrote:
Wed 16 May, 2018 9:04 pm
If Nathan Cleary was to come we’d have the NSW halves paring in our side imo

Brooks and Cleary seem likely to form such a good combination and I think Ivan knows this

Ivan knows Nathan better than anyone so if he thinks his game would lift at the tigers then you can bet your asses he’s gonna try get him

Pay him whatever it takes I reckon, the future Australian number 7 in my eyes
We will have 3/4 of the NSW spine in a few years hopefully

9. Liddle
7. Cleary
6. Brooks
1. Tedesco/Trbojevic
That's wishful thinking. To put it nicely.

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Post by 851 » Thu 17 May, 2018 2:54 pm

https://www.foxsports.com.au/nrl/opinio ... mpaign=crm

Nathan Cleary column: My dedicated dad Ivan and our cheeky dinner bet
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May 17, 2018 8:18am
by Nathan Cleary
Source: FOX SPORTS

Nathan Cleary writes about his father Ivan.
Source: FOX SPORTS


MY DAD must be feeling confident. He asked me to put a wager on earlier this week with the loser to cop the cooking duties for a week.
Joke’s on him though, I’m a rubbish cook.
So win or lose, it won’t work out too well for him.
All jokes aside, it’s not every day you get to play against a team your dad coaches.
Last year I got the wood over him and despite his claims that I was sledging him; I thought I was pretty humble in victory but Dad, if you’re reading this — just remember it’s 1-0.
Now he has the chance to even the score on Thursday night when my Panthers face his Tigers.
Due to the nature of this week, I’ve been asked a lot of questions about my dad and it’s brought plenty of memories.

My earliest memory of Dad and rugby league is from our time in New Zealand.
It was around 2000 while he was playing for the Warriors and he took me and my little sister down to the park.
He brought a few balls and a kicking tee with him.
Dad would practice his kicks at goal and my sister, Indiana, and I would chase after the balls and bring them back to him.

After a little while, it started to rain so Indiana and I raced back to the car to get dry but Dad stayed out in the pouring rain kicking for another 15 minutes.
Indiana’s 14 months younger than me and she was getting really impatient and started beeping the horn because she wanted to go home but dad tuned out the noise echoing from the car park and kept practicing his kicks.

He was dedicated to his kicking, just as he’s dedicated to his coaching and I have to admit, his work ethic has rubbed off on me.
It’s been ingrained in me from a young age. You have to put in the hours, to get the rewards.
He’s always set a great example for me and my siblings. I’ve brought a lot of my dad’s attributes into my own game.
It’s actually because of him I started kicking at a junior level.
While I played soccer as a kid, once I started playing rugby league, goal kicking was a no brainer.
I always thought it was the coolest thing to know my dad kicked so it was a role I gravitated to.
Dad could tell you I’ve been kicking footies and soccer balls since I could walk.
I always found it fun kicking the ball around at the park whether it was with my mates or dad.
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He was someone I looked up to. He still is.
I’m really fortunate to have such a supportive family.
Having witnessed the dedication my dad gave, I knew from a young age what it would take to make it in the NRL.
Still, a lot of people don’t see the sacrifice, especially at a young age.
I’ve never been one to feel much pressure so living up to expectations of a famous last name didn’t bother me but the snide remarks from opposition parents saying I only made the team because of my dad did.
It annoyed me because I knew I earned my spot in junior the rep teams.
It probably toughened me up a bit and taught me not to take things to heart, not that it happened often.
I’m really fortunate that my dad’s in the position he is.

It’s a unique and there were times I hated it when I was younger but as I matured, I stopped taking the opinions of others to heart and embraced it all.
I’m embracing this week too.
It’s a pretty cool week really but I think my mum Rebecca is the one who is copping it the most.
She’s the rock in our family.
I still live at home and I’m always heckling her that she’s on dad’s side.
She tries to stay neutral but it’ll be interesting to see which supporter base she ends up sitting with.
I can’t wait for the contest.
It’s funny not talking to Dad about my approach to the week. Usually we’ll break each other’s games down and talk tactics but we haven’t done that for obvious reasons this week.
That’s probably been the only difference in our weekly routine.

It’s funny to think, it wasn’t that long ago I was at the park with dad with the kicking tee in hand but the roles were reversed.
I was on the fringe of first grade and my little brother Jett enjoys goal kicking too so we took some balls down to the oval and had shots at goal while dad collected the balls for us.
Dad reckons his groin can’t handle goal kicking anymore so he was happy to play the role of ball boy.
We haven’t done that in about three years.
These days we talk footy at the dinner table rather than out on the park.
But we’ll just put those chats on hold this week.
And again, Dad if you’re reading this, I’ll have my steak cooked medium rare.
Go hard or go home

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Post by teddy23 » Thu 17 May, 2018 3:22 pm

Seems like such a good kid and someone you’d want around your football club

God I hope we get him!

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Post by happy tiger » Thu 17 May, 2018 3:30 pm

851 wrote:
Thu 17 May, 2018 2:54 pm
https://www.foxsports.com.au/nrl/opinio ... mpaign=crm

Nathan Cleary column: My dedicated dad Ivan and our cheeky dinner bet
Opinion

May 17, 2018 8:18am
by Nathan Cleary
Source: FOX SPORTS

Nathan Cleary writes about his father Ivan.
Source: FOX SPORTS


MY DAD must be feeling confident. He asked me to put a wager on earlier this week with the loser to cop the cooking duties for a week.
Joke’s on him though, I’m a rubbish cook.
So win or lose, it won’t work out too well for him.
All jokes aside, it’s not every day you get to play against a team your dad coaches.
Last year I got the wood over him and despite his claims that I was sledging him; I thought I was pretty humble in victory but Dad, if you’re reading this — just remember it’s 1-0.
Now he has the chance to even the score on Thursday night when my Panthers face his Tigers.
Due to the nature of this week, I’ve been asked a lot of questions about my dad and it’s brought plenty of memories.

My earliest memory of Dad and rugby league is from our time in New Zealand.
It was around 2000 while he was playing for the Warriors and he took me and my little sister down to the park.
He brought a few balls and a kicking tee with him.
Dad would practice his kicks at goal and my sister, Indiana, and I would chase after the balls and bring them back to him.

After a little while, it started to rain so Indiana and I raced back to the car to get dry but Dad stayed out in the pouring rain kicking for another 15 minutes.
Indiana’s 14 months younger than me and she was getting really impatient and started beeping the horn because she wanted to go home but dad tuned out the noise echoing from the car park and kept practicing his kicks.

He was dedicated to his kicking, just as he’s dedicated to his coaching and I have to admit, his work ethic has rubbed off on me.
It’s been ingrained in me from a young age. You have to put in the hours, to get the rewards.
He’s always set a great example for me and my siblings. I’ve brought a lot of my dad’s attributes into my own game.
It’s actually because of him I started kicking at a junior level.
While I played soccer as a kid, once I started playing rugby league, goal kicking was a no brainer.
I always thought it was the coolest thing to know my dad kicked so it was a role I gravitated to.
Dad could tell you I’ve been kicking footies and soccer balls since I could walk.
I always found it fun kicking the ball around at the park whether it was with my mates or dad.
'
He was someone I looked up to. He still is.
I’m really fortunate to have such a supportive family.
Having witnessed the dedication my dad gave, I knew from a young age what it would take to make it in the NRL.
Still, a lot of people don’t see the sacrifice, especially at a young age.
I’ve never been one to feel much pressure so living up to expectations of a famous last name didn’t bother me but the snide remarks from opposition parents saying I only made the team because of my dad did.
It annoyed me because I knew I earned my spot in junior the rep teams.
It probably toughened me up a bit and taught me not to take things to heart, not that it happened often.
I’m really fortunate that my dad’s in the position he is.

It’s a unique and there were times I hated it when I was younger but as I matured, I stopped taking the opinions of others to heart and embraced it all.
I’m embracing this week too.
It’s a pretty cool week really but I think my mum Rebecca is the one who is copping it the most.
She’s the rock in our family.
I still live at home and I’m always heckling her that she’s on dad’s side.
She tries to stay neutral but it’ll be interesting to see which supporter base she ends up sitting with.
I can’t wait for the contest.
It’s funny not talking to Dad about my approach to the week. Usually we’ll break each other’s games down and talk tactics but we haven’t done that for obvious reasons this week.
That’s probably been the only difference in our weekly routine.

It’s funny to think, it wasn’t that long ago I was at the park with dad with the kicking tee in hand but the roles were reversed.
I was on the fringe of first grade and my little brother Jett enjoys goal kicking too so we took some balls down to the oval and had shots at goal while dad collected the balls for us.
Dad reckons his groin can’t handle goal kicking anymore so he was happy to play the role of ball boy.
We haven’t done that in about three years.
These days we talk footy at the dinner table rather than out on the park.
But we’ll just put those chats on hold this week.
And again, Dad if you’re reading this, I’ll have my steak cooked medium rare.
Hey Nathan your Dad said BBQ meatlovers is his favourite pizza , put Domino's on speed dial boyo :D

Your going down :sign:

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Post by tig_prmz » Thu 17 May, 2018 3:36 pm

what a cutie
My Round 1 Team 2018

1. lolo 2. noffa 3. suli 4. milne 5. fonua
6. reynolds 7. brooks
8. packer 9. ET 10. Twal
11. McQuen 12. Lawrence 13. Eiso
14. Matulino 15. McIllwrick 16. Sue 17. Aloiai
18. Marsters 19. Benji 20. Grant 21. K Naiqama
Next: Liddle, MCK, Felise, MWZ, Thompson, Rochow, Gamble

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Post by hammertime » Thu 17 May, 2018 4:07 pm

I hope he comes here. Just merely for the fact it will be great revenge over Gould for ditching Ivan.

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Post by NT Tiger » Thu 17 May, 2018 4:52 pm

hammertime wrote:
Thu 17 May, 2018 4:07 pm
I hope he comes here. Just merely for the fact it will be great revenge over Gould for ditching Ivan.
I don't want revenge over Gould for ditching Ivan. I'd rather celebrate his poor judgement and our good fortune.
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Post by joelw2002 » Thu 17 May, 2018 4:58 pm

WestsBenTigers wrote:
Wed 16 May, 2018 9:42 pm
teddy23 wrote:
Wed 16 May, 2018 9:04 pm
If Nathan Cleary was to come we’d have the NSW halves paring in our side imo

Brooks and Cleary seem likely to form such a good combination and I think Ivan knows this

Ivan knows Nathan better than anyone so if he thinks his game would lift at the tigers then you can bet your asses he’s gonna try get him

Pay him whatever it takes I reckon, the future Australian number 7 in my eyes
We will have 3/4 of the NSW spine in a few years hopefully

9. Liddle
7. Cleary
6. Brooks
1. Tedesco/Trbojevic
Not too sure about Liddle.
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Post by Russell » Thu 17 May, 2018 5:17 pm

joelw2002 wrote:
Thu 17 May, 2018 4:58 pm
WestsBenTigers wrote:
Wed 16 May, 2018 9:42 pm
teddy23 wrote:
Wed 16 May, 2018 9:04 pm
If Nathan Cleary was to come we’d have the NSW halves paring in our side imo

Brooks and Cleary seem likely to form such a good combination and I think Ivan knows this

Ivan knows Nathan better than anyone so if he thinks his game would lift at the tigers then you can bet your asses he’s gonna try get him

Pay him whatever it takes I reckon, the future Australian number 7 in my eyes
We will have 3/4 of the NSW spine in a few years hopefully

9. Liddle
7. Cleary
6. Brooks
1. Tedesco/Trbojevic
Not too sure about Liddle.
You haven't been watching him then. Lol

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Post by GNR4LIFE » Thu 17 May, 2018 5:24 pm

hammertime wrote:
Thu 17 May, 2018 4:07 pm
I hope he comes here. Just merely for the fact it will be great revenge over Gould for ditching Ivan.
Why do we want revenge? Didn’t hurt us.

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Post by Donald Trump » Thu 17 May, 2018 6:02 pm

Good kid. I like him regardless
Let's make the Tigers great again!

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Post by Tigerdon » Thu 17 May, 2018 6:06 pm

Tweed Tiger wrote:
Wed 16 May, 2018 6:08 pm
I would supply and hand feed Nathan oysters if he came to Wests Tigers
Let's not scare him off. He might not like to be hand feed.
in Ivan we distrust

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