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Glenji95

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I don’t get the interest in Morris. Can’t see him doing a better job than any other coach we’ve had the last decade.
He fits what we are looking for, a coach that’s known to develop players and he did that in both Cup and first grade. Plus given the fact that he’s actually coached a team to the 8 it makes sense as to why there’s interest, he’s actually made it, might’ve been out the first week both times but still made it.
 

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Neither do I. I believe Woolf is the one we should be looking at.
Woolf at NRL is a gamble. Not saying he won’t be good but it does come more with a risk than getting Ciraldo or Morris. Yes he’s done well with the Tongan team and the team he’s coaching in the SL but signing SL coaches to NRL is a risk even Souths took a gamble when they signed Madge from SL. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t but coaching an international team to NRL standard is a lot different to coaching a club week in and out NRL standard. He’ll probably be a last resort.
 

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Maybe someone from the Leichhardt sub branch of the mafia could persuade him.
Unsure about which group your refering to, but if it's the main organised crime syndicate the calabrian Ndrangheta then they can't even help themselves let alone helping or sponsoring someone now.

With their main office being in Calabria Italy, They've existed in Aust. since the 1920's and are a part of a global network and it was this Ndrangheta who were pulling the strings of the Australian outlaw motorcycle gangs. Since the AFP operation 383 of them have been arrested and currently another 5000 more of these gang members are investigated with the operation resulting with a further 42 of them already pleading guilty.

So while they are seeking all the help that they can get from their Lawyers now, i doubt that they'll be interested in helping or sponsoring someone for their favourite team.
 

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Tomorrow is D-Day.

We all know that as soon as cc announces that he’s staying with Penrith, Ivan is going to leap out of the wheelchair and make a solid ball and all tackle on Yeo in gleeful celebration.

Then realising his mistake, grab his leg, groan and hobble off.

The sharper of the media pack will pick up that it’s the wrong leg, but won’t report it because it’s yet another blow to us and that sells advertising.
Another 48 hours 😂
 
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And everyone going off their head when we beat Souths:

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I’ve got the last play of that game on the iPhone 1, I’ll try to gif it or whatever, very emotional moment as we weren’t expected to even come close.

The feeling we get when our usual dodgy lot somehow overcome a footy giant.

Pre-covid, but as troublesome as that roster was, the side could sometimes dig deep.

Old mate and his wife in the Tigers members area with his bunny scarf feeling a tad sad.

They were a bit smug at first, but it was a long night and I salute their attendance in audacious locale.

We should have shoved the WT sacred beanie over his head, grabbed him into the celebrations, bounced him up and down in cheery manner!

We used to compete.

Madge had them going hard out back in the day. The decline, for whatever reason make the happy memories seem nostalgic.

And nostalgia, they say it’s not as good as it used to be.
 
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tony soprano

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And everyone going off their head when we beat Souths:

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I’ve got the last play of that game on the iPhone 1, I’ll try to gif it or whatever, very emotional moment as we weren’t expected to even come close.

The feeling we get when our usual dodgy lot somehow overcome a footy giant.

Pre-covid, but as troublesome as that roster was, the side could sometimes dig deep.

Old mate and his wife in the Tigers members area with his bunny scarf feeling a tad sad.

They were a bit smug at first, but it was a long night and I salute their attendance in audacious locale.

We should have shoved the WT sacred beanie over his head, grabbed him into the celebrations, bounced him up and down in cheery manner!

We used to compete.

Madge had them going hard out back in the day. The decline, for whatever reason make the happy memories seem nostalgic.

And nostalgia, they say it’s not as good as it used to be.

We still almost lost both games 😆
 

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“In terms of the rugby league coaching circus, you can put a line through Kristian Woolf as the coach of the Warriors,” Bishop said on SEN 1170 Breakfast.

“My sources tell me that the Warriors were never super keen in the first place and this indicates he wants to return to Australia, not live overseas anymore.

“Even if that means perhaps as an assistant, he’s pretty keen to get back here.
 

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If CC stays at Penrith dues to Ivan the terribles health concerns he will be either said to have inherited success (regardless of his pathways works) or if for some reason the panthers fall down the ladder compared to Ivan and said to have failed.

What's wrong with Ivàn ?
He dropped hi
After showing a fair bit of interest after the COE tour, it seems Ciraldo has gone cold on the WT...it's a replay of the LM courting, which is why Sheens put a deadline for CC to make a decision on the club...If he commits next week they nut out the terms, staffing and $$. If I were a betting man, I'd be putting my money on CC not joining us.
Hearing C.C officially told the WT today he is not taking up their offer....
 

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