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Cobarcats

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If the NRL had nothing to hide they would have released it straight away in an attempt to repair their bad reputation and lack of transparency.
This is so flawed.
The NRL are dumb enough to think they can bully clubs....well our boss is a legal guru and has a lot of friends in the legal profession.
I've been doing a bit if research on what makes a successful law firm like Brydens.
Firstly they have to have a legal brainset, have been successful in winning court cases and have a lot of friends.....bring it on I reckon.
 

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If the NRL had nothing to hide they would have released it straight away in an attempt to repair their bad reputation and lack of transparency.
This is so flawed.
The NRL are dumb enough to think they can bully clubs....well our boss is a legal guru and has a lot of friends in the legal profession.
I've been doing a bit if research on what makes a successful law firm like Brydens.
Firstly they have to have a legal brainset, have been successful in winning court cases and have a lot of friends.....bring it on I reckon.
Yep, when this fiasco first unfolded, I posted during the game for the players to walk off in protest, the game was over.
At the same time or very soon after I said AUDIO was the key.

IM STILL WAITING
 

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If the NRL had nothing to hide they would have released it straight away in an attempt to repair their bad reputation and lack of transparency.
This is so flawed.
The NRL are dumb enough to think they can bully clubs....well our boss is a legal guru and has a lot of friends in the legal profession.
I've been doing a bit if research on what makes a successful law firm like Brydens.
Firstly they have to have a legal brainset, have been successful in winning court cases and have a lot of friends.....bring it on I reckon.
They wouldn’t be able to do what they do if nobody was breaking the law. I heard Kenty say recently..this may come as a shock to some, but a good proportion of footballers don’t live by the 10 commandments 😱
 

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Yep, when this fiasco first unfolded, I posted during the game for the players to walk off in protest, the game was over.
At the same time or very soon after I said AUDIO was the key.

IM STILL WAITING
Good call. 👍
The fact that our legal team has dug their heels in means we have a strong case.
Like any legal case it requires evidence. If we have that or are denied that evidence then that could be enough proof along with what has already been talked about by the media and WT.
If we are successful, I can see this being settled out of court.
The amount of settlement depends on how much WT are financially setback.
For example, loss of income from losing sponsors, recruiting ramifications (if we were to get the spoon, what players would want to come to the WT and how many players will jump ship).
Players have also had their careers jeopardized.
There could be other finacial ramifications like our brand name has been tarnished and losing members. 🤔
Unless there is a rule saying that after fulltime the result can be reviewed and the allocated points can be reversed then I can't see it being overturned. The NRL is a rules driven sport. The rules may need changing to allow post game reviews.
This would open a can of worms because there could be 16 reviews per week having to wait ages to sort out the ladder.
Imagine the debacle after the last rd to determine who is playing finals footy if we have to wait for several reviews to happen.
This brings me back to my initial statement that this could be settled out of court.
 

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Good call. 👍
The fact that our legal team has dug their heels in means we have a strong case.
Like any legal case it requires evidence. If we have that or are denied that evidence then that could be enough proof along with what has already been talked about by the media and WT.
If we are successful, I can see this being settled out of court.
The amount of settlement depends on how much WT are financially setback.
For example, loss of income from losing sponsors, recruiting ramifications (if we were to get the spoon, what players would want to come to the WT and how many players will jump ship).
Players have also had their careers jeopardized.
There could be other finacial ramifications like our brand name has been tarnished and losing members. 🤔
Unless there is a rule saying that after fulltime the result can be reviewed and the allocated points can be reversed then I can't see it being overturned. The NRL is a rules driven sport. The rules may need changing to allow post game reviews.
This would open a can of worms because there could be 16 reviews per week having to wait ages to sort out the ladder.
Imagine the debacle after the last rd to determine who is playing finals footy if we have to wait for several reviews to happen.
This brings me back to my initial statement that this could be settled out of court.
Totally on the ball CCats
 

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What has been getting my goat lately is news articles from news outlets being based on bloody Tiktoks.

The tiktoker said.... the viral video... one user commented...

Is this where we're at?
 

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It’s just more conspiracy theory/cooker antivax bullshit.
Ok good, because I read one report that doesn't tell me exactly why he got the sack other than anti-vax.
I couldn't wade through 2 pages of anti-vax and lost interest tbh
 

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No. 🤣 I will and I'll get back to you.
I've been flat out... can't you tell 🤣
I will bu mite get I trouble

Before vaccination miscarriage in Australia was between 5-16 percent per year after vaccination miscarriage in Australia is sitting at 76 percent he released the data believing Australian's should know and was sacked
 

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I will bu mite get I trouble

Before vaccination miscarriage in Australia was between 5-16 percent per year after vaccination miscarriage in Australia is sitting at 76 percent he released the data believing Australian's should know and was sacked
Ok
 

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What has been getting my goat lately is news articles from news outlets being based on bloody Tiktoks.

The tiktoker said.... the viral video... one user commented...

Is this where we're at?
I know what you’re saying..by the time it gets distributed by the news reporter it’s no longer news, right? People will want to go straight to the source. Do the journalists realise they’re reducing their level of importance by repeating this “he said she said nonsense”?
 
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