blazza18 wrote:The Gasnier deal was definitely not right, but I wouldn't have had a problem with it if they didn't bs the nrl and just said it was a 2 year/$100k deal.
Rina wrote:yourhero wrote:https://www.foxsports.com.au/nrl/nrl-premiership/nrl-market-watch-another-dog-departs-frank-pritchards-future-storm-sign-pedigree-half/news-story/0cf961e0c335a9849107b75ab8ff0073
STORM SIGN PEDIGREE HALF
The last name Johns is synonymous with rugby league and Melbourne will be hoping they can develop the next generation of Johns playmaker when the youngest son of Matt Johns joins the Storm next season.
Market Watch can reveal the Storm have signed Cooper Johns on a two-year development deal.
Cooper wasn’t born when his father at and uncle Andrew steered Newcastle to their first premiership in 1997, while he was a youngster when Johns was a consultant at the Storm.
Turning 18 next year, Johns already has a great understanding of the game.
Johns wore the No.6 in Manly’s SG ball side which was littered with famous names including Albert Hopoate, John Hopoate’s son Albert, Ben Trbojevic, the younger brother of Tom and Jake and Solomon Haumono’s son Maile.
waaaaiiiittt... we signed the boy named after Cooper Cronk? That's actually pretty funny to me.