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Manfred Mann

Nathan Brown wants to poach Super League players for the NZ Warriors

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Nathan Brown, formerly coach of Huddersfield Giants and Newcastle Knights, has been appointed Head Coach of the NZ Warriors from 2021. Brown will work with the multi tasking Phil Gould to try and improve the team. Brown is looking to recruit some Super League players to play in Auckland for the NZ Warriors. Top of his wish list is Oliver Gildart. But there are others.

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Don't see an issue either way. Exposure to the best comp in the world is only going to improve squad depth at international level.... and it can't be stopped. C'est la vie. 

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It’s a massively under used resource by the NRL you could easily make a list of 20/30 players that would improve NRL squads. That combined with the relative cheapness of SL players makes me think SL are currently getting off lightly. 

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6 hours ago, Number 16 said:

Source? 

Post match discussion on Fox League Saturday (Watchnrl.com).

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8 hours ago, Manfred Mann said:

..there are others..

Yes. Dean Bell, Andy Platt.....😊

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Four legs good - two legs bad

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