Discussion in 'Rugby League Talk' started by broncsgoat, Feb 27, 2018.
Mascord has put up an article about the ninth Immortal. You can find it here:
I think he's playing devil's advocate but it's worth a read. The NRL has let out some details on the new selection criteria.
It looks like they'll be two immortals named and then another two every four years.
Players that no-one alive today had seen play live will now be eligible. This is a change from the original concept.
No details yet on whether they'll tinker with the minimum retirement limit (not a fan of - in fact, I think it should be longer maybe a decade even before a player could be considered) or if they'll open it up to non-Australian rep players (long overdue).
Anyone else think it could be SBW named as our first international Immortal? There were rumours a few weeks ago of a possible RL comeback?
Love the Inglis interview in that link.
The stare he gave that reporter. The reporter kept digging for a response on the racial slur and Inglis had to say twice that he isn't talking about it, and then the stare.. The reporter shut up real quick.
Why. Just **** WHY!!!!!! It's a minimum decade out of the game AFAIC and you name one when there's a genuine, rare talent. Not because you have to meet a **** quota. That's what the Hall of Fame should be for FFS
The AFL has it right. Players are inducted to the Hall of Fame every year, with 1 player every few years at most upgraded to 'Legend' status - 10, 20, 30 years after their initial induction. None of this flavour of the month bullshit with your Thurstons and Smiths already booked in years before they are even eligible.
When you guys gonna learn to expect disappointment? Do that and things look better in relation to the NRL.
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