Discussion in 'Rumours' started by Teddybear, Mar 13, 2020.
We just need some gun outside backs and a half
Kasiano IN Tolman OUT
Sign a hooker and a half back asap.
Keep Foran as back up on less coin.
LOLLL at this rate there'll be bring back Josh Reynolds to the Bulldogs calls too
Kasiano is shit now. But man, I loved him at his peak.
When him and Frank the Tank were both smashing pricks, good days.
Seems a long time ago now hey. Some hard running, tackle busting forwards.
I'd pay a million for Fifita for sure.
Yes it does, specially when it was back when shoulder charges were still legal. They both excelled at using them which was both strong points of theirs. Man, i loved the Tank when he was with us.
Fifita would be good to get but i doubt the Broncos will let him go, they'll find a way to keep him there.
I do miss having dominating forwards.
Does this ring any bells for you @BELMORE :
"Boxer said: ↑
Kas will be the best forward in the game mark my word."
Peats offered his services, they knocked him back. He looked good for the Titian’s for the time he was at dummy half. We need an Ennis type, that controls the game from dummy half.
The idiot smoking affected him most. Could have played at his size succesfully if he didn't smoke
I don't have a twitter account, can someone ask Buzz for me what his favourite brand of goon is
We need something people, I don’t know what that is, but some kind of spark to get this shit going an us scoring more than 2/6 points a game..!!
only chance of getting anything out of kassiano is to sign him up on a krispy kreme performance based contract
If kasiano came back he would be our best half
The Mole: Melbourne Storm eyeing off gun Super League, Test prop
By The Mole
5 days ago
NRL clubs are scrambling to sign England and Ireland Test prop Robbie Mulhern for next season - with the Storm leading the way.
Word from the UK is that Mulhern, a 25-year-old powerhouse with the Hull KR club, wants to test himself in the NRL.
My spies in England say that the Storm are shaping as his likely home, with the big front-rower keen to learn under the best in the business, Craig Bellamy.
Mulhern is at the right age and experience level to make the switch, having recently brought up his 100th appearance for Rovers.
The Storm are keen to bolster their forward stocks for next season, with the club likely to battle to retain several of their star big men.
Front-rower Robbie Mulhern scores a try for Hull KR. (Getty)
No to Kasiano and since we couldn't land Alex Walmsley's signature why wouldn't we look at Robbie Mulhern? If anything we could drive his price up and make Melbourne pay more for his services.
Well I'd ask him the location of every bottle-o, that drunk c*** would answer faster than Google.
Would be a good rotation
He looks like he could adapt to the NRL. Hard to gauge though as HullKR are pretty ordinary imo
Being 25 years old, standing 6 foot 3 inches at 109kg its not difficult to see why Melbourne are interested in him. His a big lump of a lad who is not afraid to take the ball up and over the advantage line, has an off load in him and moves well for a big guy. Melbourne are not mugs when it comes to recruiting talent. Mulhern would compliment our forward pack quite nicely along with Thompson.
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