I think Allan might the be the smoky we’ve all been salivating for at WTs SPEED his already got the moniker of the Blackflash so fingers crossed his signing eventuates with us.
Would be a win win scenario for WTs if we signed him up for 12mths and turns out to be the missing link, if not the money gets used in 2022 when heaps of players are off contract…He looks the goods.
Intimidating I like it
Plus I can’t imagine madge has promised anyone any position as yet we’ve not even fully started pre season.
Can you imagine Madge promising Momo a starting spot ahead of BJ and Roberts. I can’t see that happening.
On BJ’s form last season I would definitely start Momo ahead of BJ.
Last season he was as useless as an ashtray on a motorcycle.
I’d would love to know your logic on this one considering Nofoaluma had his best year to date for tries last year with BJ playing on his inside.
For those that are interested and yes I know he isn’t playing anymore but honestly I was a bit shocked to say the least when I read this and what has become of Brett’s life, very sad.
Former NRL star in custody for more than six months
The 46 year old is charged with the aggravated possession of ice and faces up to 25 years jail if convicted.
Former rugby league footballer Brett Dallas outside Mackay courthouse.
Former Mackay NRL star Brett Dallas could face up to 25 years jail if convicted of aggravated methylamphetamines possession.
Next week he will make a bail bid after spending more than six months in custody on remand.
The 46 year old is charged with 13 offences including the aggravated possession of ice, supplying ice, producing marijuana, possessing ketamine and weapons category D/H/R.
His case was listed in Mackay Magistrates Court for a hand-up committal and bail application on January 7.
However because of issues with the videolink the bail application could not proceed.
He has been in custody on remand since June last year and it is the first time he has been behind bars.
Mr Dallas shot to stardom in 1995 for a 90-metre runaway try that helped secure Queensland’s Origin series win.
The former Queensland and Australia rugby league winger has played five Tests and 10 State of Origin games as well as club stints at the Bulldogs, North Sydney and English club Wigan.
After playing seven seasons with the English Super League he retired in 2007.
Legal Aid Queensland defence solicitor Rosie Varley said her client’s matter would proceed by way of full hand-up committal “with no submissions”.
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