…then from that perspective, it will cost the WT Club $950k to get ride of Farah or I assume, $500K to get ride of Taylor.
The pros and cons are:
- Taylor said we are looking for a No.9 and yet we have a SOO player on our books signed for 2017 that we don’t have to spent a cent on.
- Who better to guide Little than an experienced SOO rake
- Has the team really improved under Taylor and how will it get better next year when he continually picks players that arent up to first grade standard?
- How from a business sense do you buy a No.9 with a dodgy knee and expect them to be part of the first team after 6months. Anyone who has had or watches players with an ACL injury knows the mental demons take 18months.
-The coach bought a player with a dodgy knee and the club is paying him to work on his strength and fitness while taking money from the Cap.
In my opinion, and from a business perspective, cut your losses with Taylor and move on.