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Opinion Josh Mansour

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1. Makes a claim
2. Claim came true
3. Bradk: NOT CREDIBLE NOT LEGITIMATE *goes onto detail how we can fit players into our rosters based on numbers pulled straight from his asshole*
My 2 cents. If somebody hits the target 75% of the time then they are more often then not right and that’s credible. Maybe others expecting
100% but nothing is a given..
 

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He was part of the Bulldogs SG ball before bunnies signed him up.
"After being cut from the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs' S. G. Ball Cup side, Mansour attended an open trial for the North Sydney Bears and was subsequently signed by the South Sydney Rabbitohs, playing in their NYC team between 2008 and 2010.[3] Mansour was selected in 2010 as Winger of the Year NYC and was chosen as the NYC Player of the Year at the Rabbitohs. He represented Lebanon in the 2009 European Cup and played for the Junior Kangaroos in 2010. Mansour graduated to South Sydney's full-time training squad in 2011, playing for their feeder team, the North Sydney Bears, in the New South Wales Cup. After a number of strong performances for Norths, Mansour caught the attention of the Penrith Panthers who offered him a contract for the 2012 season."
 

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"After being cut from the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs' S. G. Ball Cup side, Mansour attended an open trial for the North Sydney Bears and was subsequently signed by the South Sydney Rabbitohs, playing in their NYC team between 2008 and 2010.[3] Mansour was selected in 2010 as Winger of the Year NYC and was chosen as the NYC Player of the Year at the Rabbitohs. He represented Lebanon in the 2009 European Cup and played for the Junior Kangaroos in 2010. Mansour graduated to South Sydney's full-time training squad in 2011, playing for their feeder team, the North Sydney Bears, in the New South Wales Cup. After a number of strong performances for Norths, Mansour caught the attention of the Penrith Panthers who offered him a contract for the 2012 season."
Ok great . He’s now at south’s...Now we can stop talking about him?
 
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