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- Apr 12, 2012
- AFL Club
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If it goes through, I really hope he doesn’t fu** the club around and respects its history and what it means to the ‘gong.
Yeah that would be a great idea .... the guy that owns the league owns (or at least "owns") United so why not have 1 guy own 2 teams
I’ve listened to the pod and supposedly the NBL wasn’t a fan of 1 bloke owning 2 teams in the 1 state (don’t know if it would change if he tried to own another team in a different state).Yeah that would be a great idea .... the guy that owns the league owns (or at least "owns") United so why not have 1 guy own 2 teams
It was always going to happen. He chose to burn his bridges at the 36ers.Kevin White is now a free agent after agreeing to being released by the 36ers.
Im shocked after what happened in February......
It's not as if he was one the out and out must have stars of the competition where you get to forgive some attitude issues.It was always going to happen. He chose to burn his bridges at the 36ers.
I’d be surprised if another club will take the risk of signing him up given his conduct at the end of the season.
Didnt know he was co-captainIt's not as if he was one the out and out must have stars of the competition where you get to forgive some attitude issues.
He was very much a bottom of the rotation. 2 points per game, few minutes of relief per game, 33 year old in an average team sort of guy.
I'd be stunned if he stays in the NBL.
Was that a statement or a question?Didnt know he was co-captain
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