Yeah I've said before a contract of that value is taking the piss but around $400k would be reasonable. He's in a shambles at the moment but the ability is still there IMO.Milf is always welcome to stay if he's happy to prove himself in Queensland Cup this year first and then cop $150-200k a year to play alongside Reynolds as the junior Halves partner.
I disagree, Gamble is the exact type of player Storm go for, high intensity and passionate player in that system he could certainly come out as a rep player.of all the clubs rumoured to be chasing him ... the Storm are probably the worst ones for him to sign with.
their spine is set. it would guarantee that he spends lots more time in the ISC.
both us and the Bulldogs spines are much less guaranteed. each of us have one halves position guaranteed (Reynolds and Burton). the other halves spot is by no means guaranteed
Just like they did for Ryley JacksBut he's just watched Hynes go from his exact position to the Storm and come away with a new deal and new life.
If you're a ISC player looking to improve and play NRL that carries currency. People forget it was only 2016 Gamble was playing BRL and not in the Dolphins ISC team- if Storm say we can improve you look what we did for Hynes you would listen.
I wouldnt compare Gamble to Cody Walker. Walker Dominated at ISC level, Gamble hasnt even come close to his levels of performance in ISC. Hes been good in the ISC though, i just think in terms of where he is at this moment in time we shouldnt be paying him more than $200k a year. He's a back up half.
We literally have no other half decent options. Its pretty damning on the state of our halves.
I guess it is Kelly and Reynolds next year and Staggs too potentially