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  1. #226

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    I hope Boyd can go well, but still haven't seen enough of him in the halves

  2. #227
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    Where did this crazy idea come from?

    TITANS

    Should the Titans invest in a seasoned utility?

    The Titans are building really well under the eye of Justin Holbrook. They’ve made some impressive moves in the player market, luring David Fifita across as well as Herman Ese’ese and premiership-winner Tino Fa’asuamaleaui.

    With just one spot left on their roster, the Titans need to recruit wisely. They’re well-balanced in the backs and forwards so a seasoned utility player like Brad Takairangi could be the final piece to their puzzle.

    Takairangi has 178 games of NRL experience under his belt and has played centre, wing, five-eighth, second row, lock and hooker. He’s a Mr. Fix It style player that coach Justin Holbrook could rely on to slot in at almost any position. On top of that, at 31-years old, Takairangi is an older head to add to quite a young group.

    Gold Coast farewelled Dale Copley, Tyrone Roberts and Nathan Peats — three older and experienced players — and replaced them with youth. Takairangi could provide the depth Copley, Roberts and Peats did as well as their experience all in the one signing.

    https://www.foxsports.com.au/nrl/nrl...59f02024fa6246
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    Probably written by the same Fox intern that published the 2021 ladder prediction and had us 12th

  4. #229

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    Quote Originally Posted by psmitty View Post
    Where did this crazy idea come from?

    TITANS

    Should the Titans invest in a seasoned utility?

    The Titans are building really well under the eye of Justin Holbrook. They’ve made some impressive moves in the player market, luring David Fifita across as well as Herman Ese’ese and premiership-winner Tino Fa’asuamaleaui.

    With just one spot left on their roster, the Titans need to recruit wisely. They’re well-balanced in the backs and forwards so a seasoned utility player like Brad Takairangi could be the final piece to their puzzle.

    Takairangi has 178 games of NRL experience under his belt and has played centre, wing, five-eighth, second row, lock and hooker. He’s a Mr. Fix It style player that coach Justin Holbrook could rely on to slot in at almost any position. On top of that, at 31-years old, Takairangi is an older head to add to quite a young group.

    Gold Coast farewelled Dale Copley, Tyrone Roberts and Nathan Peats — three older and experienced players — and replaced them with youth. Takairangi could provide the depth Copley, Roberts and Peats did as well as their experience all in the one signing.

    https://www.foxsports.com.au/nrl/nrl...59f02024fa6246
    One of takas mates probably fishing for a contract for him

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    Be nice if Cameron Smith could make his mind up so we can work on locking up a hooker. How can one man take so long.
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  6. #231

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    Brandon Smith free to explore options from 2020

  7. #232

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    Hell yeh! Be great if he comes to us.. but could we afford him? Apparently we were The only club not included in the emails to other clubs.. with rumours cam smith might have already agreed to us.. but I think that is reporters only guessing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Croc View Post
    Hell yeh! Be great if he comes to us.. but could we afford him? Apparently we were The only club not included in the emails to other clubs.. with rumours cam smith might have already agreed to us.. but I think that is reporters only guessing
    I don't believe this for a second

  9. #234

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dooldog76 View Post
    Brandon Smith free to explore options from 2020
    For the year 2022 and onwards. Doesn’t help us this year unless we offer a like for like player and I doubt Melbourne will swap for rein

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    Yeh i don’t think we were left of the list.. just a media gee up.. yeh I don’t see who we would offer to them to get the cheese up next year

  11. #236

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    B Smith has been offered to every club besides Melbourne who he is already at and us.

    Means 1 of 2 things

    We are already deep in negotiations with him and he's trying to up his price

    Or

    We have all up locked up cam smith for 2 seasons

  12. #237

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    We have got an email now. Manager admitted to the error and said he sent it to us as well after.

  13. #238

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    where'd you see that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hangingon View Post
    where'd you see that?
    One of the GC Bulletin writers Nic Darveniza shared a text message conversation he had with the manager confirming it was an oversight in one of the FB fan clubs.

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    Smart move by his manager. He's just won a premiership, likeable on social media, his value won't get any higher than what it is now. Good luck to him.


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