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Skathen

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Roosters hide theirs in real estate. 1.5mil house suddenly picked up for a steal at 1mil by an NRL player than sold 4 years later for 2mil.
 

Santa

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Jun 30, 2020
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Awesome stuff Santa Santa

Good on him for earning some money on the side as well. He deserves to crow a bit after last night's performance.

How does this request stuff work? Are there any good opposition players we can entice? Say $100,000 for Walsh?
So I did it through Memmo cause it was cheap, but there are a bunch of current Nrl players on Cameo too (some charging over $100 per message!).
 

Skathen

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Feb 25, 2015
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Cowboys too, no?
Very likely.



2 million profit for 3 years.


2017-2019 were not super hot in that market.
 

McHunt

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Roosters hide theirs in real estate. 1.5mil house suddenly picked up for a steal at 1mil by an NRL player than sold 4 years later for 2mil.
If these sort of rorts were widespread wouldn't they get leaked by players shifting club?
 

Kimlo

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If these sort of rorts were widespread wouldn't they get leaked by players shifting club?
They're not that widespread though. You do the deal with 2 or 3 players, to get a massive discount and use the savings elsewhere. Very few people need to be involved for it to work, and who's going to rat who out? The only people that would have any proof are the people benefiting.
 

McHunt

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They're not that widespread though. You do the deal with 2 or 3 players, to get a massive discount and use the savings elsewhere. Very few people need to be involved for it to work, and who's going to rat who out? The only people that would have any proof are the people benefiting.
It would be corporate crime if the Broncos did it.
 

Kimlo

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It would be corporate crime if the Broncos did it.
I don't know what the criminal legalities are, but for the privately owned clubs, it's all completely legal, so why not do it. NRL's salary cap auditor has only ever pinged someone when a club has self-reported or someone has dobbed a club in. They've never found shit on their own.
 

Cult

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Oct 17, 2013
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If these sort of rorts were widespread wouldn't they get leaked by players shifting club?
Why would they? They've just made 2 million dollars they wouldn't have had, plus whatever they earned after those games of golf with Uncle Nick.
 

McHunt

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Why would they? They've just made 2 million dollars they wouldn't have had, plus whatever they earned after those games of golf with Uncle Nick.
I know these kind of elaborate conspiracy theories that verge on organized crime are widespread amongst fans but if you think them through they don't bear much scrutiny.
 

Kimlo

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I know these kind of elaborate conspiracy theories that verge on organized crime are widespread amongst fans but if you think them through they don't bear much scrutiny.
Why not? I'm curious to read why you think it's not feasible, or likely.
 

McHunt

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Why not? I'm curious to read why you think it's not feasible, or likely.
The club with the most ostentatious display of wealth and the best access to third party arrangements is the Broncos. We leave every other club, including the Roosters, for dead.

Meanwhile, the coach's son, who is the best we can find for a 5/8th cum hooker is pimping himself out on a celebrity greetings service at 15 dollars a pop. When if we were unscrupulous we could launder uncapped money to him through his family members.

Let's start there, before we completely make stuff up about the Roosters having a sophisticated money laundering arm that ordinary fans can see but other clubs allow to operate unchecked.
 

Kimlo

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The club with the most ostentatious display of wealth and the best access to third party arrangements is the Broncos. We leave every other club, including the Roosters, for dead.

Meanwhile, the coach's son, who is the best we can find for a 5/8th cum hooker is pimping himself out on a celebrity greetings service at 15 dollars a pop.

Let's start there, before we completely make stuff up about the Roosters having a sophisticated money laundering arm that ordinary fans can see but other clubs allow to operate unchecked.
We're publicly owned, it's pretty simple. It would be criminal for the club to use shareholder profits to do dirty deals privately, they have to show where they spend their money. Melbourne and the Roosters don't, they also conveniently have billionaire backers. Other clubs can crow all they like, no proof, they can't do shit and it's not criminal so they can't report it to anyone.

Nick Politis leeched more off Jobkeeper last year than the Rooster's entire cumulative salary cap since their inception. You really think a multi billionare who's life passion is rugby league wouldn't give away a couple of million a year to make sure his pride and joy are successful?
 

McHunt

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Aug 25, 2018
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We're publicly owned, it's pretty simple. It would be criminal for the club to use shareholder profits to do dirty deals privately, they have to show where they spend their money. Melbourne and the Roosters don't, they also conveniently have billionaire backers. Other clubs can crow all they like, no proof, they can't do shit and it's not criminal so they can't report it to anyone.

Nick Politis leeched more off Jobkeeper last year than the Rooster's entire cumulative salary cap since their inception. You really think a multi billionare who's life passion is rugby league wouldn't give away a couple of million a year to make sure his pride and joy are successful?
You are talking about routinely asking your employees to collude in a criminal conspiracy. Apart from the NRL Integrity Unit whose principal remit is to investigate these rorts, there's also a great little bunch of blokes call the ATO that love this shit.
 

Kimlo

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You are talking about routinely asking your employees to collude in a criminal conspiracy. Apart from the NRL Integrity Unit who's main remit is to investigate these rorts, there's also a great little bunch of blokes call the ATO that love this shit.
I'm sure smart accountants would find a way to do it completely legally so it wouldn't upset the ATO. It's not that hard, they'd have lawyers and accountants on speed dial.
 

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