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Post by jadtiger » Mon 14 Jan, 2019 10:37 pm

diedpretty wrote:
Mon 14 Jan, 2019 10:07 pm
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Mon 14 Jan, 2019 8:53 pm
Wonder if the NRL CEO Greenturd will write a character reference for MCK? Or does one have to be a salary cap cheat first?

It's not favouritism though, there's no bias. it's just that Todd knows Greg and thinks he is a top bloke. So because Greg is a top bloke, who has done well for the NRL, Todd will give him a reference. And someone like MCK will not get one. But it's not favouritism though, that's just big business.
The game is in total disarray - what was always argued about has become blatantly obvious - that the hierarchy of the NRL play favourites - Greenturd ( sorry if I offend all the petals on here ) has gone over the top in giving a salary cap cheat, wife beater drunken speeding driver a character reference. Says more about Greenturds character than Inglis's.
It wouldnt surprise me if greenie got a cameo in a movie


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Post by happy tiger » Mon 14 Jan, 2019 11:42 pm

hobbo wrote:
Sun 13 Jan, 2019 1:09 pm
Spud Murphy wrote:
Sun 13 Jan, 2019 11:42 am
happy tiger wrote:
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It hasn't been said anywhere they gave permission for it to be shared on social media which is an offence..so no straws at all
Rangas see ......

Can't be trusted

Should all be moved to Tasmania , keep them away from real people
Gladstone would be a better location for them - arse end of the earth :lol:
Drove through it once
(With central locking on )

Absolutely the arse end of the world
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#tencenttoads
Gladstone NSW

Exactly , arse end of the world , but that applies to the entire state

Looks like some that came from Qlds butt , NSW , but more in a gerbil form though

Bit like England , Wales ,Scotland and Ireland all got drunk , had a technicolour yawn and hey presto .....England and its inhabitants

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Post by Cultured Bogan » Tue 15 Jan, 2019 7:42 am

Tiger Steve wrote:
Mon 14 Jan, 2019 9:18 pm
TigerTiger wrote:
Mon 14 Jan, 2019 8:53 pm
Wonder if the NRL CEO Greenturd will write a character reference for MCK? Or does one have to be a salary cap cheat first?

It's not favouritism though, there's no bias. it's just that Todd knows Greg and thinks he is a top bloke. So because Greg is a top bloke, who has done well for the NRL, Todd will give him a reference. And someone like MCK will not get one. But it's not favouritism though, that's just big business.
There’s no problem TT. We’ve got Peter Beattie to keep everyone honest. He didn’t give Inglis a reference as he’d never heard of him!
Poor old Peter Beattie turned up to give a reference for a Grant English.
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Post by TheDaBoss » Tue 15 Jan, 2019 7:50 am

Corey norman has decided that it is his turn now to go viral...
:sign: + :deadhorse: = Ivan in a nutshell

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Post by Furious1 » Tue 15 Jan, 2019 8:03 am

TheDaBoss wrote:
Tue 15 Jan, 2019 7:50 am
Corey norman has decided that it is his turn now to go viral...
Another video thats a couple of years old. This one has already been dealt with a couple of years ago. The good old media...........talking the game up :lol:


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Post by gallagher » Tue 15 Jan, 2019 10:46 am

Furious1 wrote:
Tue 15 Jan, 2019 8:03 am
TheDaBoss wrote:
Tue 15 Jan, 2019 7:50 am
Corey norman has decided that it is his turn now to go viral...
Another video thats a couple of years old. This one has already been dealt with a couple of years ago. The good old media...........talking the game up :lol:
The NRL are saying it was dealt with years ago, but not really saying how it was dealt with.

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Post by jadtiger » Tue 15 Jan, 2019 10:51 am

gallagher wrote:
Tue 15 Jan, 2019 10:46 am
Furious1 wrote:
Tue 15 Jan, 2019 8:03 am
TheDaBoss wrote:
Tue 15 Jan, 2019 7:50 am
Corey norman has decided that it is his turn now to go viral...
Another video thats a couple of years old. This one has already been dealt with a couple of years ago. The good old media...........talking the game up :lol:
The NRL are saying it was dealt with years ago, but not really saying how it was dealt with.
Probably swept under the carpet

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Post by hobbo » Tue 15 Jan, 2019 11:15 am

gallagher wrote:
Tue 15 Jan, 2019 10:46 am
Furious1 wrote:
Tue 15 Jan, 2019 8:03 am
TheDaBoss wrote:
Tue 15 Jan, 2019 7:50 am
Corey norman has decided that it is his turn now to go viral...
Another video thats a couple of years old. This one has already been dealt with a couple of years ago. The good old media...........talking the game up :lol:
The NRL are saying it was dealt with years ago, but not really saying how it was dealt with.
20k fine
8 match suspension

At least Norman’s got a great career after footy
“Party planner “

Sign me up :lol:
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Post by rex2ce » Tue 15 Jan, 2019 11:45 am

Tiger Steve wrote:
Mon 14 Jan, 2019 8:44 pm
Pawsandclaws wrote:
Mon 14 Jan, 2019 7:04 pm
https://www.smh.com.au/sport/nrl/nap...14-p50rbi.html

Napa in crisis talks with lawyers as third sex tape emerges

By Andrew Webster
14 January 2019 — 6:17pm
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A third sex tape allegedly involving Bulldogs prop Dylan Napa is being circulated on social media amid claims the lurid videos were part of a private WhatsApp group involving as many as 25 other players.

The latest Napa video came to light as potentially damaging footage of two other star footballers emerged, with Dragons recruit Corey Norman and Wallabies star Kurtley Beale laughing in the presence of a man snorting a line of white powder. It is not clear when it was filmed.

A third sex tape involving Queensland and Bulldogs prop has emerged on social media.
Credit:
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Napa and his manager, Steve Gillis, met with lawyers in the city on Monday in a desperate bid to come up with a strategy to stop the slow leak of explicit videos into the public domain.

In what is looking increasingly like a revenge porn situation, the latest Napa video allegedly shows him engaging in a consensual sex act with a woman while referring to himself as “Big Papi” — the same name he is heard to call himself in the first video.

In the second Napa video, which was circulated on Saturday, the Queensland forward bizarrely performs sexual acts on himself while another former teammate shadow boxes in the corner.
The Herald has been told the Napa videos were posted “four to five years” ago on a private WhatsApp group involving other players.

Napa played 121 matches for the Roosters from 2013-18, including last year’s grand final win over the Melbourne Storm, before being moved on during the off-season to the Bulldogs. They have never said it publicly, but the Roosters had been concerned for some time about Napa’s loose off-field behaviour.

Meanwhile, the Bulldogs are in the foetal position.
They were just starting to placate angry sponsors and members following the club’s Mad Monday shenanigans in which players were photographed, by News Corp, standing on tables in the nude while singing Neil Diamond’s Sweet Caroline.

Now chief executive Andrew Hill faces a fresh crisis involving a new signing who is yet to play a match.
Napa has told the Bulldogs he knows who took the videos but won’t divulge the person’s identity.
It’s been speculated that a former teammate is responsible for releasing the videos, although Napa hasn’t confirmed that with the Bulldogs.

One NRL fansite has been openly boasting on its Facebook page about releasing more videos while players on the WhatsApp group are nervous that damning videos and images of themselves could be leaked publicly.
The Roosters say none of their current squad are involved in the scandal.

While Napa’s lawyers have spoken to NSW Police about the matter, no formal investigation is underway.
Federal revenge porn laws involving the non-consensual release of intimate images were strengthened in August last year. Those found guilty of the offence face a maximum jail sentence of seven years. Under NSW law, they face three years.

While Napa appears on one hand to be the victim of a covert plot to trash his reputation, his utter stupidity in being filmed in the first place could still see him heavily sanctioned by the club or the NRL.

Under the NRL’s code of conduct, players are forbidden from uploading or distributing “obscene or sexually explicit” material on social media. What could limit any possible sanction is that the audience that sees it is limited.

Napa’s former Roosters teammate, Mitchell Pearce, was banned for eight matches and fined $125,000 for his infamous drunken encounter on Australia Day in which he jokingly had simulated sex with a poodle.

The NRL came down hard on Pearce because of the widespread coverage the incident - and video - received around the world. Because he wasn't naked, it could be broadcast.

The three videos involving Napa are so sexually explicit they simply can’t be shown. It’s a similar situation to the one involving former Parramatta star Norman, who in 2016 was filmed having consensual sex with a woman.

Either way, the so-called “Big Papi Tapes” are yet another off-field distraction for a code that continues to lurch from one crisis to the next.

Many fans will argue there’s nothing to see here. It was consensual. It was private. Whoever released the video on social media is a grub. But we’re not talking about “Big Papi” if he’s not starring in his own homemade videos in the first place.

In 2017, during collective bargaining agreement negotiations, the Rugby League Players Association demanded a 29 per cent share of total game revenue because it wanted to be genuine “partners” in the game.

The RLPA insisted it would clean up player misbehaviour because their actions would directly hurt their back pockets.
We humbly ask the RLPA: how's that going for you?

A small fraction of the game's 500-or-so players didn’t get the memo. An off-season of players being charged with assaulting women both sexually and physically, assaulting cab drivers, being banned from licensed premises for fighting, highlights that in bold type.

On Monday, South Sydney star Greg Inglis was placed on a good behaviour bond but escaped conviction after he was caught drink driving and speeding on the outskirts of Lithgow the day after playing at the Koori Knockout in Dubbo on October 1.
It emerged in court that Inglis had received a character reference from NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg, something that bemused other clubs who felt that support crossed the line.

Greenberg couldn't be contacted on Monday because he's still on holidays. ARL chairman Peter Beattie was tweeting from the south coast of South America, otherwise known as the "end of the world", which is where his code will end up if players don't start keeping their mobile phones and other accessories in their pants.
This is what really annoys me. Our club do the wrong thing and Greenberg hits us with a savage, over the top penalty, ruining a mans career.
Inglis displays extreme poor judgement, putting the lives of motorists at risk and Greenberg gives him a reference. WHERE IS THE CONSISTENCY IN LEADERSHIP YOU DRIBBLING, INCOMPETENT, CORRUPT GRUB??!!
Greenburg giving Inglis a reference is the best thing that could have happened for Pascoes defence team, GI is not on his first chance , so TG is saying it is ok to bash your wife, exceed the speed limit while over the BA limit so long as you represent a minority group and are a player for a team with influence, smacks of discrimination for mine

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Post by tonza » Tue 15 Jan, 2019 12:24 pm

rex2ce wrote:
Tue 15 Jan, 2019 11:45 am
Tiger Steve wrote:
Mon 14 Jan, 2019 8:44 pm
Pawsandclaws wrote:
Mon 14 Jan, 2019 7:04 pm
https://www.smh.com.au/sport/nrl/nap...14-p50rbi.html

Napa in crisis talks with lawyers as third sex tape emerges

By Andrew Webster
14 January 2019 — 6:17pm
Share on Facebook

A third sex tape allegedly involving Bulldogs prop Dylan Napa is being circulated on social media amid claims the lurid videos were part of a private WhatsApp group involving as many as 25 other players.

The latest Napa video came to light as potentially damaging footage of two other star footballers emerged, with Dragons recruit Corey Norman and Wallabies star Kurtley Beale laughing in the presence of a man snorting a line of white powder. It is not clear when it was filmed.

A third sex tape involving Queensland and Bulldogs prop has emerged on social media.
Credit:
AAP
Napa and his manager, Steve Gillis, met with lawyers in the city on Monday in a desperate bid to come up with a strategy to stop the slow leak of explicit videos into the public domain.

In what is looking increasingly like a revenge porn situation, the latest Napa video allegedly shows him engaging in a consensual sex act with a woman while referring to himself as “Big Papi” — the same name he is heard to call himself in the first video.

In the second Napa video, which was circulated on Saturday, the Queensland forward bizarrely performs sexual acts on himself while another former teammate shadow boxes in the corner.
The Herald has been told the Napa videos were posted “four to five years” ago on a private WhatsApp group involving other players.

Napa played 121 matches for the Roosters from 2013-18, including last year’s grand final win over the Melbourne Storm, before being moved on during the off-season to the Bulldogs. They have never said it publicly, but the Roosters had been concerned for some time about Napa’s loose off-field behaviour.

Meanwhile, the Bulldogs are in the foetal position.
They were just starting to placate angry sponsors and members following the club’s Mad Monday shenanigans in which players were photographed, by News Corp, standing on tables in the nude while singing Neil Diamond’s Sweet Caroline.

Now chief executive Andrew Hill faces a fresh crisis involving a new signing who is yet to play a match.
Napa has told the Bulldogs he knows who took the videos but won’t divulge the person’s identity.
It’s been speculated that a former teammate is responsible for releasing the videos, although Napa hasn’t confirmed that with the Bulldogs.

One NRL fansite has been openly boasting on its Facebook page about releasing more videos while players on the WhatsApp group are nervous that damning videos and images of themselves could be leaked publicly.
The Roosters say none of their current squad are involved in the scandal.

While Napa’s lawyers have spoken to NSW Police about the matter, no formal investigation is underway.
Federal revenge porn laws involving the non-consensual release of intimate images were strengthened in August last year. Those found guilty of the offence face a maximum jail sentence of seven years. Under NSW law, they face three years.

While Napa appears on one hand to be the victim of a covert plot to trash his reputation, his utter stupidity in being filmed in the first place could still see him heavily sanctioned by the club or the NRL.

Under the NRL’s code of conduct, players are forbidden from uploading or distributing “obscene or sexually explicit” material on social media. What could limit any possible sanction is that the audience that sees it is limited.

Napa’s former Roosters teammate, Mitchell Pearce, was banned for eight matches and fined $125,000 for his infamous drunken encounter on Australia Day in which he jokingly had simulated sex with a poodle.

The NRL came down hard on Pearce because of the widespread coverage the incident - and video - received around the world. Because he wasn't naked, it could be broadcast.

The three videos involving Napa are so sexually explicit they simply can’t be shown. It’s a similar situation to the one involving former Parramatta star Norman, who in 2016 was filmed having consensual sex with a woman.

Either way, the so-called “Big Papi Tapes” are yet another off-field distraction for a code that continues to lurch from one crisis to the next.

Many fans will argue there’s nothing to see here. It was consensual. It was private. Whoever released the video on social media is a grub. But we’re not talking about “Big Papi” if he’s not starring in his own homemade videos in the first place.

In 2017, during collective bargaining agreement negotiations, the Rugby League Players Association demanded a 29 per cent share of total game revenue because it wanted to be genuine “partners” in the game.

The RLPA insisted it would clean up player misbehaviour because their actions would directly hurt their back pockets.
We humbly ask the RLPA: how's that going for you?

A small fraction of the game's 500-or-so players didn’t get the memo. An off-season of players being charged with assaulting women both sexually and physically, assaulting cab drivers, being banned from licensed premises for fighting, highlights that in bold type.

On Monday, South Sydney star Greg Inglis was placed on a good behaviour bond but escaped conviction after he was caught drink driving and speeding on the outskirts of Lithgow the day after playing at the Koori Knockout in Dubbo on October 1.
It emerged in court that Inglis had received a character reference from NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg, something that bemused other clubs who felt that support crossed the line.

Greenberg couldn't be contacted on Monday because he's still on holidays. ARL chairman Peter Beattie was tweeting from the south coast of South America, otherwise known as the "end of the world", which is where his code will end up if players don't start keeping their mobile phones and other accessories in their pants.
This is what really annoys me. Our club do the wrong thing and Greenberg hits us with a savage, over the top penalty, ruining a mans career.
Inglis displays extreme poor judgement, putting the lives of motorists at risk and Greenberg gives him a reference. WHERE IS THE CONSISTENCY IN LEADERSHIP YOU DRIBBLING, INCOMPETENT, CORRUPT GRUB??!!
Greenburg giving Inglis a reference is the best thing that could have happened for Pascoes defence team, GI is not on his first chance , so TG is saying it is ok to bash your wife, exceed the speed limit while over the BA limit so long as you represent a minority group and are a player for a team with influence, smacks of discrimination for mine
The worrying part of all this is that Greg was recorded as .085 when taken back to the Police Station. What must his reading have been 4 hours earlier when he left Dubbo. All the families lives that where put at risk and Todd decides to gives a character reference. Unbelievable.

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Post by tigerbalm » Tue 15 Jan, 2019 12:31 pm

Wow. Just when you think Greenburg cant act any shadier.

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Post by hobbo » Tue 15 Jan, 2019 12:37 pm

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Wow. Just when you think Greenburg cant act any shadier.
And the scumbag is still on holidays ....
Most likely he’s in Jerusalem nutting his head against the wailing wall
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Post by Newtown » Tue 15 Jan, 2019 1:37 pm

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Wow, drama!
Where is Greenburg? Still on holidays? Every day Pascoe is looking more and more a saint while the many bludging, indecent NRL footballers continue to earn a motza living off the NRL.

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Post by rex2ce » Tue 15 Jan, 2019 5:02 pm

I can’t say what I think about Inglis’s result, but he should not buy lottery tickets again,nrl and other businesses are scared of minority groups, in particular Kooris, the rest of us should be screaming discrimination regarding this mob, I live in Pt Stephens Nsw , they have claimed the good bits and was given to them,but don’t want the bits where the rest of us live, I see the results of this prosperity at the RSL club, where it goes through the pokies, in the meantime , I did 46 years of shift work and am battling Centrelink for payment

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Post by rex2ce » Tue 15 Jan, 2019 5:08 pm

hobbo wrote:
Tue 15 Jan, 2019 12:37 pm
tigerbalm wrote:
Tue 15 Jan, 2019 12:31 pm
Wow. Just when you think Greenburg cant act any shadier.
And the scumbag is still on holidays ....
Most likely he’s in Jerusalem nutting his head against the wailing wall
:lol:
I’d say that the major shareholders for broadcast rights would be worried about the public view of their product

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Post by supercoach » Tue 15 Jan, 2019 5:11 pm

To be fair to Greenberg all he did was give Inglis a reference along with probably 20 other people like Rusty and Andrew Denton. It’s the magistrate who needs to be held accountable. I imagine if it was your normal 33 year old they would have the book thrown at them

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Post by prattenparkchild » Tue 15 Jan, 2019 5:37 pm

supercoach wrote:
Tue 15 Jan, 2019 5:11 pm
To be fair to Greenberg all he did was give Inglis a reference along with probably 20 other people like Rusty and Andrew Denton. It’s the magistrate who needs to be held accountable. I imagine if it was your normal 33 year old they would have the book thrown at them
No, people are responsible for the references they right and who they right them for. The act of providing reference implies support, esteem and trust. That the reference was provided to Inglis to ameliorate a drink driving charge, when coming back from a NRL sanctioned and sponsored event, says as much for Greenburg as for Inglis. By his actions Inglis let Greenburg, the NRL and Souths down.

Shows how ramshackle the NRL PR is- if they knew it was an event with alcohol and a broad mixing, social event afterwards why the hell didnt they just hire a driver to take inglis there and back- not a huge expense in light of the PR damage. Amateur hour at NRL HQ yet again - and these professionals seek to whack WT for a supposed transgression that still cant be adequately explained and supported by evidence.

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Post by Russell » Tue 15 Jan, 2019 5:48 pm

How many times must players and teams transgress before suffering consequences fitting the crimes.

Ingles - cap rorting, hitting women, high range drink driving (probably over 1.0 in Dubbo).

Sharks - Peptides, cap rorting, breaking NRL instructions, team drinking indiscretions.

Just a joke NRL management are not worth a bean,

BUT... grab the Tigers... Seriously!!!

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