If madge thinks Musgrove is good enough, then just sign the bloke up and get him into pre-season training.
I’ve seen worse behavior at sweet 16 birthday parties. The world is going bananas.
If you think sexual assault in any form is ok you are an enabler at best and quite possibly some kind of sex pest yourself at worst. You are part of the problem, and you should be ashamed of yourself. I’ll probably take a ban for this but I’ll wear that; your comment is disgusting.
So Musgrove is now apparently a convicted sex offender because he grinded against a girl he was flirting with on the dance floor, and then kissed her. She didn’t object, push him away, or say no, and so he kissed her again.
Is that what happened? Thats what the newspaper said happened, so that’s all i have to go off.
If so, go jump in the lake you pathetic rock spider. I’ll happily hold your head down.
How Christian of you!
Which bit got you to remember I’m a Christian?
The part where i disgaree with the over-the-top penalty?
Or the part where i volunteered to hold that moron @2041’s head under water?
@trentrunciman They introduced a Draft in 1991, but it was challenged in court by players who were reluctant to play for clubs against their wishes.
The players ended up defeating the NSWRL on appeal, where the court ruled that a Draft was a restraint of trade. It has never been challenged since.
I dug up the following which might be of interest :
*Adamson v New South Wales Rugby League Ltd
The Facts The case was an appeal by 154 professional rugby league players concerning the adoption of an internal draft in the rules of the New South Wales Rugby League Ltd. The respondents were the League and its 16 member clubs. The rules provided that a player whose contract of service with a club had expired and wished to change clubs could only do so through the internal draft. Lodging an application constituted an offer to any club; a contract was formed when the club drafted the player, accepting the offer and its terms. Priority in drafting was given in the reverse order to which the clubs were ranked at the finish of the previous year’s competition. It is a condition of entry to the competition that a club agrees to be bound by the rules of the League. Contracts between players and clubs must also be made subject to these rules.*