Exactly and they end up with the fucked up salary cap instead of usAs much of a mess the tigers are, at least they have learnt from previous errors and grown some balls and conviction with their contract negotiations. Looking at the alaoia saga; he is on 350k, they offered 480k (a fair price after a strong year from him) but he wanted 600k (IMO overs for a prop of his standard) so they bit the bullet and moved on.
We have to start paying players what they are worth, not more simply because another club offering ridiculous amounts.
If 650k is true it's a reminder that nothing will change until the decision makers that got the club into this position are gone. Why would it?If the flegler report is true (i mean it is badel), it shows that despite all the reviews we are continuing to make the same mistakes and have learnt nothing about roster management.
For all the "business" people we have in our organisation, they have no understanding of return on investment.