Gunna say the bleeding obvious, he left all of his magic in San Fran, not half the player now as when he left. Looks like he now needs to train to keep the kilos off. Father Time has caught up with…Continue
"Received a call this morning from a mate who I think is in the know, TRex & Hayne are both in. I said to him can I take it to the bank his reply was “it would be like backing a red hot horse favorite, you could still do your arse on it,…"
"What are you on Frenchy . Contractors sign contracts which are worth an amount . We have contractors that work exclusively for us and are told this contract is worth x amount and it's for 12 months ( or two years ) . No different to an NRL…"
"Um, because a "real world" contractor can earn any amount of money, but an NRL player cannot. The salary cap is a clear restraint of trade. "Real world" contractors aren't told "you can only earn x amount of…"
"How is it a restraint of trade Brett ? Contractors sign contracts every day of the week committing them to exclusivity to one company in order to get the work . NRL players are contractors . FFS why do people continually refer to these guys as some…"