Sue to dogs - Official



  • Mole reporting Sue to dogs.

    No great loss IMO.



  • We have way too many “fringe” NRL players…need to replace a few with genuine 1st graders
    Having said that,Sue was on of the few that ran hard last nite…impressing his new employers…?



  • Bummer. He’s been playing well.



  • I’m sure if we really wanted to keep him we would have. Obviously he wasn’t in Ivan’s plans moving forward.



  • I actually think Sue has been going ok (except for the concussions). Sad to see him go, hope we are going to spend some $$ on some big tough players because our boys seem to not understand that forwards are supposed to go forward, tough concept I know. We need some hard runners.



  • I had high hopes for Sue when he first came into grade, but he has turned out to be disappointing for the most part. Sure he has been playing pretty well lately, but that’s purely so he can get a contract, which he now has if the report above is true. Grant did the same thing last year and then went back to playing average again once he signed on. Sue will probably do the same. I hope we can replace him with someone better.



  • What do you mean no loss? He’s been great and I think he’s really underated, strong hard runs. I’d rather keep him and get rid of Eisenhuth to be honest.



  • Hopefully many others will be following him out the door 🙏



  • Has two good games then leaves.



  • @:

    I had high hopes for Sue when he first came into grade, but he has turned out to be disappointing for the most part. Sure he has been playing pretty well lately, but that’s purely so he can get a contract, which he now has if the report above is true. Grant did the same thing last year and then went back to playing average again once he signed on. Sue will probably do the same. I hope we can replace him with someone better.

    So why did he play so well last night if he already has a contract?



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    I had high hopes for Sue when he first came into grade, but he has turned out to be disappointing for the most part. Sure he has been playing pretty well lately, but that’s purely so he can get a contract, which he now has if the report above is true. Grant did the same thing last year and then went back to playing average again once he signed on. Sue will probably do the same. I hope we can replace him with someone better.

    So why did he play so well last night if he already has a contract?

    Who says it’s even finalised? This is the mole we’re talking about.



  • Sue has been playing well and was one of a few decent players last night.If he has gone i wish him well.
    There are other forwards i would rather see leave than him Mcqueen/Rochow heading the list.



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    I’m sure if we really wanted to keep him we would have. Obviously he wasn’t in Ivan’s plans moving forward.

    Cleary must be keeping some big news up his sleeve about new players for 2019. Otherwise why have Wests Tigers let so many players go this season? There must be some revelations soon.



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    I’m sure if we really wanted to keep him we would have. Obviously he wasn’t in Ivan’s plans moving forward.

    Cleary must be keeping some big news up his sleeve about new players for 2019. Otherwise why have Wests Tigers let so many players go this season? There must be some revelations soon.

    Why



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    @:

    I had high hopes for Sue when he first came into grade, but he has turned out to be disappointing for the most part. Sure he has been playing pretty well lately, but that’s purely so he can get a contract, which he now has if the report above is true. Grant did the same thing last year and then went back to playing average again once he signed on. Sue will probably do the same. I hope we can replace him with someone better.

    So why did he play so well last night if he already has a contract?

    Obviously to impress the Bulldogs coach.


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