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Johnathan Thurston headlines the list of NRL players off contract at the end of 2013


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#1 boxhead

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Posted 27 January 2013 - 10:02 AM



We bring you a list of the stars who will hog headlines in 2013 as they sort out their playing futures.

NRL PLAYERS OFF CONTRACT AFTER 2013 SEASON


BRONCOS

Corey Norman

Scott Anderson

Matt Gillett

Dale Copley


RAIDERS

Sam Williams

Joel Thompson

Glen Buttriss

Joe Picker

Mick Picker

Brett White

Shaun Berrigan

Jarrod Croker

Sandor Earl


BULLDOGS

Josh Reynolds

Greg Eastwood

Frank Pritchard

Steve Turner

Kris Keating

Aiden Tolman

Corey Payne

Trent Hodkinson

Joel Romelo

Mitch Brown

Dene Halatau


SHARKS

Nathan Gardner

John Morris

Ben Pommeroy

Ben Ross

Todd Carney

Jeff Robson

Chad Townsend

Jayson Bukuya

Jon Green

Stuart Mills

Ricky Leutele

Mark Taufua

Anthony Tupou

Matt Wright


STORM


Gareth Widdop

Brett Finch

Junior Sa’u

Jason Ryles

Bryan Norrie

Justin O’Neill


SEA EAGLES

Jamie Lyon

George Rose

Brent Kite

David Williams

Ben Farrar

Justin Horo

Liam Foran

Jamie Buhrer


TITANS

Luke Bailey

Beau Falloon

Ryan James

Beau Henry

Ash Harrison


KNIGHTS

Aku Uate

James McManus

Kevin Naqaima

Matt Hilder

Danny Buderus

David Fa’alogo


EELS

Ben Roberts

Jarryd Hayne

Matt Keating

Ryan Morgan

Taniela Lasalo

Willie Tonga

Jacob Loko

Nathan Smith

Mitch Allgood


PANTHERS

Josh Mansour

Nathan Smith

Kevin Kingston

Ryan Simpkins

David Simmons

James Roberts


COWBOYS

Johnathan Thurston

Matt Bowen

Dallas Johnson

Matt Scott

Brent Tate

Kane Linnett

Anthony Mitchell

Michael Morgan

Robert Lui

Antonio Winterstein

Clint Greenshields


DRAGONS

Ben Creagh

Bronx Goodwin

Matt Prior

Jamie Soward

Matt Cooper

Michael Henderson

Junior Vai Vai


TIGERS

Robbie Farah

Jacob Miller

Marika Koriobete

Matt Groat

Joel Reddy

Matt Utai

Lote Tuqiri

Sean Meaney


RABBOTOHS

Bryson Goodwin

Nathan Peats

John Sutton

Shaun Corrigan

Matt King

David Tyrell

Dylan

Farrell


ROOSTERS

Daniel Tupou

Mitch Aubusson

Anthony Minichiello

Daniel Mortimer

Mitchell Pearce

Anthony Cherrington

Brad Takairangi

Sonny Bill Williams


WARRIORS

Feleti Mateo


RUGBY

Israel Folau

Kurtley Beale


UK

Michael Dobson

Pat Richards

Dean Collis

Tom Briscoe

Brett Hodgson

Setiamata Sa



Read more: http://www.foxsports...8#ixzz2JAWC8Zs8

There are some talented players off contract, they will be snapped up fast, the English Clubs better get their scouts out early for the better ones.


#2 Just Browny

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Posted 27 January 2013 - 10:16 AM

We bring you a list of the stars who will hog headlines in 2013 as they sort out their playing futures.
NRL PLAYERS OFF CONTRACT AFTER 2013 SEASON




Shaun Berrigan
Greg Eastwood
Todd Carney
Brett Finch
Jason Ryles
Jamie Lyon
Ben Farrar
Danny Buderus
David Fa’alogo
Dallas Johnson
Clint Greenshields
Matt King
Feleti Mateo


Super League retirement home.

I can confirm 30+ less sales for Scotland vs Italy at Workington, after this afternoons test purchase for the Tonga match, £7.50 is extremely reasonable, however a £2.50 'delivery' fee for a walk in purchase is beyond taking the mickey, good luck with that, it's cheaper on the telly.


#3 walter sobchak

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Posted 27 January 2013 - 10:18 AM



We bring you a list of the stars who will hog headlines in 2013 as they sort out their playing futures.

NRL PLAYERS OFF CONTRACT AFTER 2013 SEASON


BRONCOS

Corey Norman

Scott Anderson

Matt Gillett

Dale Copley


RAIDERS

Sam Williams

Joel Thompson

Glen Buttriss

Joe Picker

Mick Picker

Brett White

Shaun Berrigan

Jarrod Croker

Sandor Earl


BULLDOGS

Josh Reynolds

Greg Eastwood

Frank Pritchard

Steve Turner

Kris Keating

Aiden Tolman

Corey Payne

Trent Hodkinson

Joel Romelo

Mitch Brown

Dene Halatau


SHARKS

Nathan Gardner

John Morris

Ben Pommeroy

Ben Ross

Todd Carney

Jeff Robson

Chad Townsend

Jayson Bukuya

Jon Green

Stuart Mills

Ricky Leutele

Mark Taufua

Anthony Tupou

Matt Wright


STORM


Gareth Widdop

Brett Finch

Junior Sa’u

Jason Ryles

Bryan Norrie

Justin O’Neill


SEA EAGLES

Jamie Lyon

George Rose

Brent Kite

David Williams

Ben Farrar

Justin Horo

Liam Foran

Jamie Buhrer


TITANS

Luke Bailey

Beau Falloon

Ryan James

Beau Henry

Ash Harrison


KNIGHTS

Aku Uate

James McManus

Kevin Naqaima

Matt Hilder

Danny Buderus

David Fa’alogo


EELS

Ben Roberts

Jarryd Hayne

Matt Keating

Ryan Morgan

Taniela Lasalo

Willie Tonga

Jacob Loko

Nathan Smith

Mitch Allgood


PANTHERS

Josh Mansour

Nathan Smith

Kevin Kingston

Ryan Simpkins

David Simmons

James Roberts


COWBOYS

Johnathan Thurston

Matt Bowen

Dallas Johnson

Matt Scott

Brent Tate

Kane Linnett

Anthony Mitchell

Michael Morgan

Robert Lui

Antonio Winterstein

Clint Greenshields


DRAGONS

Ben Creagh

Bronx Goodwin

Matt Prior

Jamie Soward

Matt Cooper

Michael Henderson

Junior Vai Vai


TIGERS

Robbie Farah

Jacob Miller

Marika Koriobete

Matt Groat

Joel Reddy

Matt Utai

Lote Tuqiri

Sean Meaney


RABBOTOHS

Bryson Goodwin

Nathan Peats

John Sutton

Shaun Corrigan

Matt King

David Tyrell

Dylan

Farrell


ROOSTERS

Daniel Tupou

Mitch Aubusson

Anthony Minichiello

Daniel Mortimer

Mitchell Pearce

Anthony Cherrington

Brad Takairangi

Sonny Bill Williams


WARRIORS

Feleti Mateo


RUGBY

Israel Folau

Kurtley Beale


UK

Michael Dobson

Pat Richards

Dean Collis

Tom Briscoe

Brett Hodgson

Setiamata Sa



Read more: http://www.foxsports...8#ixzz2JAWC8Zs8

There are some talented players off contract, they will be snapped up fast, the English Clubs better get their scouts out early for the better ones.

The Aussie $ is king now and I can't really see kurtly Beale coming to the NRL, do you think that folau was holding out for a better deal or better club hence only signing a 1 year contract with the warathas?

#4 boxhead

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Posted 27 January 2013 - 10:32 AM

The Aussie $ is king now and I can't really see kurtly Beale coming to the NRL, do you think that folau was holding out for a better deal or better club hence only signing a 1 year contract with the warathas?


I think he was waiting for a better deal when the Salary Cap goes up and the Clubs are cashed up.

I also think he believes he is worth more than he is but next year he will get what he wants, he is not an organiser with the value of Thurston or a Cronk nor is he worth what an Inglis or Slater is worth.
He is a good finisher but without the talent inside him to feed off he could do very little in some teams.
No doubt a desperate Club will throw plenty at him next year.

Edited by AndyCapp, 27 January 2013 - 10:33 AM.


#5 ArmchairRhino

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Posted 27 January 2013 - 10:34 AM

Is Lyon still threatening a St Helens swansong?
There's no dignity in plastic seats

#6 boxhead

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Posted 27 January 2013 - 10:39 AM

Is Lyon still threatening a St Helens swansong?


He may want to come back to Saints to pick up his Man of Steel Trophy he left behind at his house last time he was there. :)

He looked like he was Titans bound last week.
I think Mr Lyon will go to any Club that offers him the most money for the longest contract possible.

Edited by AndyCapp, 27 January 2013 - 10:40 AM.


#7 walter sobchak

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Posted 27 January 2013 - 10:40 AM

Is Lyon still threatening a St Helens swansong?

I really hope so, we could do with him.

#8 walter sobchak

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Posted 27 January 2013 - 10:43 AM

I think he was waiting for a better deal when the Salary Cap goes up and the Clubs are cashed up.

I also think he believes he is worth more than he is but next year he will get what he wants, he is not an organiser with the value of Thurston or a Cronk nor is he worth what an Inglis or Slater is worth.
He is a good finisher but without the talent inside him to feed off he could do very little in some teams.
No doubt a desperate Club will throw plenty at him next year.

Totally agree, a good finisher but having 3 years out of rugby league and looking for top $$ is a big risk. Whatever happened to karmichal hunt, is he making a go of it in the AFL?

#9 boxhead

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Posted 27 January 2013 - 10:51 AM

Totally agree, a good finisher but having 3 years out of rugby league and looking for top $$ is a big risk. Whatever happened to karmichal hunt, is he making a go of it in the AFL?


He is finally having a few good games and would be classed as a competent AFL player that is not anything special other than being very expensive, he will be the next to want to come home for the money.

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Posted 27 January 2013 - 10:55 AM

I thought Rugby was a UK team?

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#11 boxhead

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Posted 27 January 2013 - 11:14 AM

I thought Rugby was a UK team?


I guess not in Australia where this article originates from.

#12 John Rhino

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Posted 27 January 2013 - 01:15 PM

I guess not in Australia where this article originates from.


You've been on this forum long enough to know what I mean! ;) :D

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#13 boxhead

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Posted 27 January 2013 - 01:47 PM

You've been on this forum long enough to know what I mean! ;) :D


Yes I have,
Point taken :)

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Posted 27 January 2013 - 10:06 PM

I thought Rugby was a UK team?


Rugby - oh the shame




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