Well in the NRL magical fairy land $185k can turn into $600k (TPJ last year) if we just hold off picking someone up until right on the top 30 cutoff point
Say you have $200k free in your cap and a full top 30.I don’t think this is what’s being suggested though. It sounds like we are paying an additional amount according to this idea.
Say you have $200k free in your cap and a full top 30.
Loan out Arthur’s now you have ~$400k and a spare spot. That can buy you a decent starter, especially if you backend the contract.
Alternatively a player like Harris might be given a top 30 spot to prevent signing with the Dolphins.
There’s a few ways that could be an advantage.
You mean by offloading him completely rather than the loan? I’m genuinely not understanding what your first sentence is saying.Sure but you are going to have even more by paying none of his remaining wage right? I get the Broncs have done some dumb deals in recent years but paying a chunk of a loaned player already on a low wage doesn’t make much sense to me, especially given he’s very good depth.
You mean by offloading him completely rather than the loan? I’m genuinely not understanding what your first sentence is saying.
I dont think the broncos are paying any of his wage for the remainder of the season, so the whole argument is moot.If you are loaning a player, why would you agree to it if you have to pay some of the loan yourself? Why not just keep the player in that case. All you are doing is benefiting another club. Essentially, the wording of the announcement implies that Arthars for all intents and purposes is a Warrior for 2022, so why should we have to pay ANY of his remaining wage?
The Warriors need a back, we gave them one, we are doing them a favour not the other way around. So why do another club a favour AND pay some of the wage to boot?
I’m not sure what’s so difficult to understand? Which bank would provide a loan AND then pay for part of it themselves? That’s just dumb.
I was thinking we were doing good business with the Warriors when Walsh went, we never actually got anything out of that