- Sep 6, 2013
I do feel for Griffin, I feel like he has been set up to fail there from day 1. He’s obviously lost the playing group too.
Yaha...................it's been both truly bizarre and cringeworthy.
You can smell the desperation...................I'm just totally lost as to why they making such a big deal about this one kid?
Isn't that a one year extension?
Wighton opting to not take up his option for 2024 with Canberra and will go to the open market.
If we didn't have Mariner, I would take Wighton in a heartbeat. I reckon he would play centre if he had a better chance of winning a premiership.
Hell, I would probably still take him. He's a fucking gun centre and a perfect replacement for Herbie.
Except he's a wanker. Doesn't fit the no dickheads policy. Do not want, no thanks. Dolphins can have him.
Sure, but they're *our* wankers. Not some NSW blow-in.Every club has wankers. It's unavoidable when you're giving young guys lots of money and constantly blowing smoke up their ass.
We've got some at the club already.
The rumours suggest he is happy to move out of the halves.Great player but where does he fit in? Unless Reynolds retires at the end of the year, there is no spot for him in the halves. And I'm not sure a Wighton/Mam combo is going to work, really need a proper halfback not two five eights.
It is a desperate move but they are desperate. I actually think it’s a good move solely because anything is an upgrade on Brooks. I have no idea how Pearce has been in SL but his form at knights was fine.The Wests Tigers are preparing to offer Mitchell Pearce a two-year deal worth $1.5 million in what’s being called a “desperate” move from the struggling club.
Pearce left the NRL abruptly at the end of 2021 when departed the Knights to join French Super League club Catalans Dragons.
Pearce turns 34 next week but the Tigers halves Luke Brooks and Adam Doueihi have been struggling badly in the side’s winless start through four rounds.
“It stinks of desperation,” Paul Kent said on NRL 360.