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I am sure Souths could find a way to get Latrell the money he wants one way or another.

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glad the circus is over

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@Rowdy12 said in Latrell Mitchell Contract Discussion:

@twentyforty said in Latrell Mitchell Contract Discussion:

Mitchell appears to have let the rabbit out of the hat prematurely with his post try celebration of the rabbit ears.

So many people are saying this. It’s kangaroo ears, not bunny ears

Yep have seen multiple players take photos with Kangaroos and tag Latrell.

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Bulldogs spent a fair amount of the season linked to Latrell. It got the reporters that delirious there were reports of 10 year contracts.

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@happy_tiger said in We need a recruitment 'win'...:

@fibrodreaming said in We need a recruitment 'win'...:

@avocadoontoast said in We need a recruitment 'win'...:

And without Matterson we don’t even finish 9th.

Sounds like garbage to me.

We finished 9th the year before without Matterson. He didn’t make any difference to where we finished on the ladder.

2018 we were three wins from 8th

2019 we were one game from 8th

Obviously MCK was the difference between those 2 years as he clutched 2 games.

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The new Sydney Roosters halfback has huge shoes to fill with the NRL premiers, but rarely do they take a gamble that doesn’t pay off. He’s no Cooper Cronk, but will have him as a tutor - which is the next best thing.


The 18-year-old played three NRL games at the end of 2019, scoring a try as well as a try assist, line-break and three tackle breaks. With his big frame and undeniable talent, he’ll be hard to overlook as the starting centre at Newcastle.


Brisbane Broncos need him to be the breakout star in 2020. They’re desperate for a long-term halfback, and should he reach his potential, he could be the answer they’re looking for.


Although the 20-year-old was Gold Coast’s player of the year in 2019, he is yet to get the attention he deserves from the rest of the competition. Another solid season should do the trick.


Not many players go on to bigger and better things when they leave Melbourne Storm, but this skillful second-rower is a breakout star in the making and will get the chance to prove it at Canterbury.


Benji Marshall described the teenage centre as the player with the most potential he has seen since James Tedesco. He’s exactly the type of player the Wests Tigers will need in 2020.


North Queensland have high hopes for this impressive 19-year-old, who was named Queensland Cup rookie of the year, lock of the year as well as Townsville Blackhawks’ player of the year in 2019.


The rampaging lock already has an impressive NSW Cup career, including setting up a miracle win for Newtown in the State Championship. He’s only played two NRL games for Cronulla but could fill Paul Gallen’s vacant No.13 jersey in 2020.


One of Parramatta’s best young talents, Kaufusi has recently re-signed until the end of 2022. Despite a stacked forward pack, will form a big part of the Eels’ title challenge in 2020.


The 21-year-old could form a crucial part of Penrith’s forward pack in 2020, and it doesn’t hurt that he loves scoring tries. Last season he was the top tryscorer for the Panthers in NSW Cup with 12 in 19 games, and scored two for the NRL side in the final game of the season.

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People adding 1+1 and getting 3

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It would be just people reading it on here. The fake rumors just feed themselves.