Jesus Christ... Here we go...
Cameron wrote:A few of you blokes, while you have all the Testosterone in the world; don't understand simple finance. I reaslise a lot of you whizz kids are still living at home off your daddy's' allowances so I will graphically try and explain it to you. First of all; let me introduce myself. I work at the top end of town. Spring St. I am a major financier and understand the numbers and figures that drive things.
Look out! Big player in the house guys!
Cameron wrote:It is only getting bigger and will be Australia's largest city in 10 years time. Bigger than Steak and Kidney.
Weird... I would have thought you genius Finance types would have the simple ability to visit the ABS website and projected population growth rates for Australian cities. Sydney will still have a larger population in 50 years time. Do some basic f*cking research before you big note yourself and mouth off.
Cameron wrote:Melbourne is the new "heartland".
Idiotic statement, even for you.
Cameron wrote:Even Perth is hardly big enough to sustain a team as the Western Force and Western Reds/Perth Reds debacle showed. I am talking adverting dollar. I am talking about what Goldberg actually talks about in the halls of NRL house with his board. I am talking about who really run the game of Rugby League. I am talking about the people who actually run everything in the world. The Accountants.
Perth can sustain two successful AFL teams but the failure of a Super Rugby team you automatically tie to lack of corporate support? You do realise the success of professional sports teams relies on people supporting the game? If the people love it, the corporates will follow. Corporate support is but one piece of the bigger puzzle.
Cameron wrote:A second NRL team in Melbourne makes commercial sense from an advertising dollar. That is the No 1 driver of growth - everywhere!
As above, corporate support is not the driver. People supporting the game at all levels, is. People need to love the game to attend/watch at home to ensure corporate interest. It's quite simple really...
Cameron wrote:Leave the decision making to us Accountants. We run the World.
Yeah, righto. Looking at numbers in a spreadsheet does not correlate to any real world business nous, champ. Might I suggest sticking to what you are good at, borderline incoherent internet rambling/trolling.