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RED&GREEN4EVA wrote:
Wtf is noonga Neutral

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Guys, lets think about this. He never really wanted to play for the Broncos. He was forced out of the storm and Broncos seemed liked the only viable option at the time. He had to make a quick decision without having the time to really sit and think about it. If he had played for Broncos he wouldnt have been happy and therefore not played his best football anyway. Although he should have said it earlier, souths is the best option for him
So he says he wants to play for the Broncos, but then you reckon he didn't.

Your whole post is a load of biased crap.
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IMO, Inglis used the Broncos to get out of his contract with the Storm, he told them he wanted to be with his fiancee and since she was in Brisbane he had to go to either the Broncos or Titans. but once the Storm signed players with the money freed by Inglis leaving they wouldn't have a choice but to release him to Souths
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Wtf is noonga Neutral
It's WA version of what NSW people would normally say a 'Koori'.
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G.I should play for NSW when origin comes.
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THE NRL will not sanction Greg Inglis' $1.8 million move to the South Sydney Rabbitohs in another stunning twist in his ugly contract saga.
The Daily Telegraph has learned NRL auditor Ian Schubert is set to prevent the realisation of Souths' contract with Inglis, penned after his shock walkout on the Brisbane Broncos earlier this month, and the Rabbitohs may have their own Hollywood star and owner Russell Crowe to blame.

It is now highly unlikely Inglis will play for the Rabbitohs in 2011 with Schubert resolved to voiding the foundation club's proposed three-year deal for the injured centre, who still remains contracted to his original club, the Melbourne Storm.

The boast of Crowe on Jay Leno's Tonight Show in the US has helped skittle the deal with the NRL's alarm bells ringing after the Souths owner revealed Inglis had been secured for three years on a deal worth "roughly about $1.8 million".

The $600,000-a-season figure Crowe alluded to ridicules Souths' attempt to have Inglis squeezed under next year's salary cap on a base salary of just $190,000. It was to be topped up by numerous third-party deals that will now be ruled as obligatory under the salary cap.

The sobering reality of Inglis being lost to the NRL altogether is now the most likely outcome of his manager Allan Gainey's protracted hunt to find his star client a club with French rugby union left as his likely suitor.

"It must be frustrating for him [Inglis] but he has got an agent and frankly, that's what agents are for," NRL boss David Gallop said last night.

"I hope for Greg's sake it gets sorted out pretty quickly because we certainly want to see him be able to settle down and concentrate on his footy."

The Rabbitohs would have to shed a number of their blue-ribbon stars, headlined by club skipper Roy Asotasi, and Maroons Origin forward Dave Taylor to keep Inglis in their burrow in 2011. It remains unclear if the club is willing to do so.

"It's frustrating Souths paraded him in their colours when it's not resolved," Gallop said.

"It's true that Greg's contract position is not resolved.

"Everyone involved has known for some time he is under contract with Melbourne Storm and needs both a release from that contract and the approval of the salary cap auditor."

The ineligible Rabbitohs deal shapes as another huge blow to Inglis who will undergo hip surgery today after earlier reconstructive surgery on both shoulders ruled him out of the Four Nations. His weight has already ballooned to 118kg.

Just weeks ago, Inglis had appeared to finally find a new club after his shock walkout on a written agreement to join the Broncos from the Storm on "compassionate grounds".

If forced out the door at Souths in wake of the NRL's stance Inglis may opt to accept offers from overseas with neither the Broncos or Storm willing or able to take him back.

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/nrl/greg-inglis-surgery-as-souths-battle-cap-woes/story-e6frexnr-1225960431960

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Karma's a bitch. If only he signed with us in the first place. Now look what's happening.

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you forgot to bold the paragraph regarding Souths trying to have Inglis listed on 190k under the cap for next season ... WTF
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now thats not nice, instead of thinking he is a dick for switching to the Bunnies, why cant people just be happy he stays in League in Australia, now we are going to lose another superstar.

Get your head screwed on NRL!
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Outlandish Article with Zero Truth to it, maybe you should do some research before you take every article as a given, Do I see anything up on any other media sites or more importantly NRL?.

Shane Richardson hasn't even taken the contract to the NRL yet, Richardson is still as confident as ever that Inglis will be a bunny in 2011. All it is it's sensational journalism from the "Souths haters" in News Limited who seemed hell bent to offload from one News Ltd team to another but they couldn't get there way.

Gallop has also said that he hasn't received any formal dealings with Souths over Inglis's contract for a final review.
How can Schubert definitively decline the contract he hasn't even seen yet?


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Plus it was on NBN last night and the dealings between the Storm and Souths are in mutual agreements, Storm gave permission for Souths to negotiate, Inglis wants to be a bunny, Storm settled their legal bill with Inglis last week, NRL seem to be okay with the deal. So there is no problem there.

News Limited is the Only problem, creating double standards is there sly game. Gasnier signing for 50k, no problem with that, Inglis on 190k for his first year, PROBLEM?



Still as confident as ever that GI will be a bunny in 2011 and beyond. Maybe you should take your envious, bitter self and march yourself out of here, because you are starting to sound like a jealous so and so. Inglis is one of the best players in the game, I will not take "I don't want Inglis" with any credibility.
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http://www.rabbitohs.com.au/News/Club-News/Rabbitohs-outline-current-situation-with-Greg-Inglis-contract.html
Rabbitohs Outline Current Situation with Greg Inglis’ Contract
25 Nov 2010

The South Sydney Rabbitohs would like to clarify the current situation with Greg Inglis’ NRL contract that has been reported in today’s Daily Telegraph.

The situation has not changed since the Rabbitohs announced that Inglis had agreed to terms with the Club on 12 November.

The Rabbitohs are following the normal procedures of signing a player to an NRL contract and lodging that contract with the NRL for registration.

A short form contract was lodged with the NRL on Monday 15 November. Within 20 business days of this contract being lodged, the Rabbitohs are required by the Rules to lodge a full NRL playing contract. The Club will be lodging this contract within the next 24 hours.

Following the lodgment of the full NRL playing contract, NRL Salary Cup Auditor Ian Schubert will review the contract in accordance with Rules.

In the meantime, the Club continues to work constructively with the Melbourne Storm towards gaining a release for Inglis from his existing contract.

The Rabbitohs hope to have a favourable resolution to this situation within the next seven days.
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THE NRL will not sanction Greg Inglis' $1.8 million move to the South Sydney Rabbitohs in another stunning twist in his ugly contract saga.
The Daily Telegraph has learned NRL auditor Ian Schubert is set to prevent the realisation of Souths' contract with Inglis, penned after his shock walkout on the Brisbane Broncos earlier this month, and the Rabbitohs may have their own Hollywood star and owner Russell Crowe to blame.

It is now highly unlikely Inglis will play for the Rabbitohs in 2011 with Schubert resolved to voiding the foundation club's proposed three-year deal for the injured centre, who still remains contracted to his original club, the Melbourne Storm.

The boast of Crowe on Jay Leno's Tonight Show in the US has helped skittle the deal with the NRL's alarm bells ringing after the Souths owner revealed Inglis had been secured for three years on a deal worth "roughly about $1.8 million".

The $600,000-a-season figure Crowe alluded to ridicules Souths' attempt to have Inglis squeezed under next year's salary cap on a base salary of just $190,000. It was to be topped up by numerous third-party deals that will now be ruled as obligatory under the salary cap.

The sobering reality of Inglis being lost to the NRL altogether is now the most likely outcome of his manager Allan Gainey's protracted hunt to find his star client a club with French rugby union left as his likely suitor.

"It must be frustrating for him [Inglis] but he has got an agent and frankly, that's what agents are for," NRL boss David Gallop said last night.

"I hope for Greg's sake it gets sorted out pretty quickly because we certainly want to see him be able to settle down and concentrate on his footy."

The Rabbitohs would have to shed a number of their blue-ribbon stars, headlined by club skipper Roy Asotasi, and Maroons Origin forward Dave Taylor to keep Inglis in their burrow in 2011. It remains unclear if the club is willing to do so.

"It's frustrating Souths paraded him in their colours when it's not resolved," Gallop said.

"It's true that Greg's contract position is not resolved.

"Everyone involved has known for some time he is under contract with Melbourne Storm and needs both a release from that contract and the approval of the salary cap auditor."

The ineligible Rabbitohs deal shapes as another huge blow to Inglis who will undergo hip surgery today after earlier reconstructive surgery on both shoulders ruled him out of the Four Nations. His weight has already ballooned to 118kg.

Just weeks ago, Inglis had appeared to finally find a new club after his shock walkout on a written agreement to join the Broncos from the Storm on "compassionate grounds".

If forced out the door at Souths in wake of the NRL's stance Inglis may opt to accept offers from overseas with neither the Broncos or Storm willing or able to take him back.

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/nrl/greg-inglis-surgery-as-souths-battle-cap-woes/story-e6frexnr-1225960431960
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Karma's a bitch. If only he signed with us in the first place. Now look what's happening.

Laughing at Rusty on the Jay Leno show. What a tard.


News Ltd quick to edit their story after it was found to be complete B.S...

RL may block Greg Inglis' Rabbitoh move

UPDATE 1.02pm: SOUTH Sydney are to lodge Greg Inglis' contract with the NRL within the next 24 hours, but The Daily Telegraph has learned the NRL may block the $1.8m deal.

NRL chief executive David Gallop said the league had yet to reach any firm conclusions about the Inglis deal.

"We don't have a contract for Greg Inglis - we've seen a short-form agreement, we haven't seen any of his third party deals and at this stage we're not in a position to even consider registering it," Gallop told Sky Sports Radio today.

"Everyone's known for some time that this is a difficult situation brought about by the salary cap breaches at Melbourne and that we need to have the salary cap auditor's approval for any deal that he got at a new club."

South Sydney maintained registering the deal was a work in progress.

"A short form contract was lodged with the NRL on Monday 15 November," the statement said.

"Within 20 business days of this contract being lodged, the Rabbitohs are required by the rules to lodge a full NRL playing contract.

"The club will be lodging this contract within the next 24 hours.

However, The Daily Telegraph has learned NRL auditor Ian Schubert may be set to prevent the realisation of Souths' contract with Inglis, penned after his shock walkout on the Brisbane Broncos earlier this month.


And the Rabbitohs may have their own Hollywood star and owner Russell Crowe to blame.

The boast of Crowe on Jay Leno's Tonight Show in the US has helped skittle the deal with the NRL's alarm bells ringing after the Souths owner revealed Inglis had been secured for three years on a deal worth "roughly about $1.8 million".

The $600,000-a-season figure Crowe alluded to ridicules Souths' attempt to have Inglis squeezed under next year's salary cap on a base salary of just $190,000. It was to be topped up by numerous third-party deals that will now be ruled as obligatory under the salary cap.

It is now up in the air whether Inglis will play for the Rabbitohs in 2011 with Schubert resolved to voiding the foundation club's proposed three-year deal for the injured centre, who still remains contracted to his original club, the Melbourne Storm.

The sobering reality of Inglis possibly being lost to the NRL altogether is now the most likely outcome of his manager Allan Gainey's protracted hunt to find his star client a club with French rugby union left as his likely suitor.

"It must be frustrating for him [Inglis] but he has got an agent and frankly, that's what agents are for," NRL boss David Gallop said last night.

"I hope for Greg's sake it gets sorted out pretty quickly because we certainly want to see him be able to settle down and concentrate on his footy."

The Rabbitohs would have to shed a number of their blue-ribbon stars, headlined by club skipper Roy Asotasi, and Maroons Origin forward Dave Taylor to keep Inglis in their burrow in 2011. It remains unclear if the club is willing to do so.

"It's frustrating Souths paraded him in their colours when it's not resolved," Gallop said.

"It's true that Greg's contract position is not resolved.

"Everyone involved has known for some time he is under contract with Melbourne Storm and needs both a release from that contract and the approval of the salary cap auditor."

The [possibly ineligible Rabbitohs deal shapes as another huge blow to Inglis who will undergo hip surgery today after earlier reconstructive surgery on both shoulders ruled him out of the Four Nations. His weight has already ballooned to 118kg.

Just weeks ago, Inglis had appeared to finally find a new club after his shock walkout on a written agreement to join the Broncos from the Storm on "compassionate grounds".

If forced out the door at Souths in wake of the NRL's stance Inglis may opt to accept offers from overseas with neither the Broncos or Storm willing or able to take him back.


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Rusty's still a tard.
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Danger32 wrote:
Rusty's still a tard.
Your mumma..
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Yes, we know you love Stifler's mumma....
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Yes, we know you love Stifler's mumma....

No you're mistaken.. She's in love with me cos you don't give her what she needs.. Sadly I've had to turn her away and broken her heart..
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Inglis better sign with 1 NRL club, i'd be filthy if he wasn't playing in the NRL next year!
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GI to earn $650,000 with third-party deals

Brad Walter and Glenn Jackson
November 26, 2010

MORE than half of Greg Inglis's $1.8 million three-year deal with South Sydney has been counted in the club's base salary cap, with five third-party sponsors making up the rest. The contract, which Rabbitohs officials expect to lodge with the NRL today, is similar to the two-year deal Inglis reneged on with the Broncos, who had intended to include him under the salary cap for $300,000 a season.

There is no NRL rule stating a percentage of a player's income must be included in the salary cap. The Herald reported earlier this year that Brisbane captain Darren Lockyer was listed under the salary cap at $250,000 a season, while St George Illawarra reportedly registered Mark Gasnier for $140,000 this year.


Souths propose to register Inglis under the salary cap for $215,000 next season and $350,000 in 2012 and 2013. Those figures include a car valued at $25,000 under the cap.

However, the 23-year-old Test star will earn more from his move to Redfern as the third-party deals he had secured in Brisbane totalled $230,000 a season, taking his income for each of his two years at the Broncos to $530,000.

The Rabbitohs deal includes $100,000 from one major sponsor, which counts as part of Souths' $300,000 marquee player allowance, and $200,000 from third-party deals with four non-club sponsors.

As a result, Inglis will earn $530,000 next season and $650,000 in 2012 and 2013.


NRL salary auditor Ian Schubert will review the contract in full but Rabbitohs officials believe there is no reason for him to reject any of the third-party deals.

A short-form contract was lodged with the NRL on November 15 but Inglis formalised the deal only on Wednesday as it took time to finalise the third-party deals. Some of the sponsors had expressed an interest in becoming involved with him only two days before he agreed terms on November 12.

After being forced out of Melbourne because the club's massive salary cap breaches obliged it to shed about $1 million in playing talent for next season, Inglis agreed to a two-year deal with Brisbane. He did not sign a contract, and the Broncos withdrew their offer on November 6.

The collapse of the deal followed a stand-off between Inglis and the Storm over the payment of legal costs from his defence of a charge of assaulting fiancee Sally Robinson, whom he is due to marry next month.

Inglis maintains Melbourne should pay for the cost of a QC engaged by the club but Schubert has determined that any contribution by the Storm towards the $117,000 bill will be considered a termination payment and included in their salary cap next year.

With News Ltd as a common owner, it was difficult for the Broncos to support Inglis in his dispute with the Storm. Souths, lacking this constraint, is working with him to find a resolution.

Until then, Inglis remains officially contracted to Melbourne. NRL officials are believed to be unimpressed that Rabbitohs co-owner Russell Crowe spruiked the club's signing of Inglis in an interview with talk-show host Jay Leno on US television, before the player's release from the remaining two years of his Storm deal.

Both clubs yesterday said they hoped the issue would be resolved within the next week.

Officials still hope Inglis will make his first appearance for Souths in a pre-season trial against Gold Coast at Coffs Harbour on February 19. If not, they expect him to have recovered from a hip operation he underwent yesterday in time for the opening round clash with Sydney Roosters three weeks later.

Inglis will miss the NRL All Stars match on February 12 and the Charity Shield, which has been rescheduled to February 13 at ANZ Stadium after St George Illawarra yesterday confirmed they would play in the World Club Challenge against Wigan on February 27.
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Greg Inglis not welcome to return to Melbourne Storm and Brisbane Broncos, Souths lodge contract with NRL

Greg Inglis will not be welcomed back to Brisbane Broncos - or previous club Melbourne Storm - under any circumstances should his contentious deal with South Sydney be blocked by the NRL.


Souths officially lodged Inglis's $1.8 million contract with the NRL on Friday afternoon amid reports that salary cap auditor Ian Schubert may obstruct the three-year deal.

The Rabbitohs remain highly confident the deal will be approved, as will an overdue financial settlement with Melbourne Storm.

But Broncos officials have not forgotten the fact Inglis walked out on a handshake agreement. And they won't forgive either.

"Good luck if he wants to come back here," one source close to the Broncos camp said.

"No way in the world after what he did to us."


Despite still being a contracted Melbourne player, the Storm also have no plans for Inglis, who had a hip operation on Thursday.

It is understood the NRL will, eventually, allow the deal to proceed - but not without unprecedented scrutiny.

Asked was he confident the contract would be accepted, Souths CEO Shane Richardson said: "I am, absolutely.

"He wants to be here, we want him here. The contract will be lodged with the NRL and, yes, we are very confident."

Richardson also rejected suggestions Souths would need to shed Roy Asotasi or Mick Crocker to sign Inglis.

"We don't have to get rid of any players," he said.

"There is a lot of speculation about that. It's not right."

Privately, the NRL is angry Souths paraded Inglis in a red and green jumper before the deal was settled and the money paid to Melbourne.

"I hope for Greg's sake that this gets resolved soon," NRL chief executive David Gallop said.

"Certainly lodging the full contract with us will help."

Souths hope the saga will be concluded within a week.

Meanwhile, AFL chief executive Andrew Demetriou has ruled out chasing Inglis, despite initial interest from Essendon.

"He's a terrific athlete and a wonderful rugby league player, but we haven't had any discussions about Greg Inglis," Demetriou said.

"I hope he finds a home in rugby league soon because he'd be a great loss to the game.

"He's a fantastic player. (But) we're happy with Karmichael Hunt and Israel Folau."

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Great stuff from Brisbane and Melbourne. It was obvious Inglis wanted to return to Melbourne after he "agreed to terms" with Brisbane. Now, after walking out on us, he's not welcome anywhere near Brisbane. Also great to see that Melbourne don't want him anymore either.

It's a real shame though, because he was an absolute superstar at the Storm.
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looks like the Warriors is his only option. C'Mon to NZ GI!

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Danger32 wrote:
Great stuff from Brisbane and Melbourne. It was obvious Inglis wanted to return to Melbourne after he "agreed to terms" with Brisbane. Now, after walking out on us, he's not welcome anywhere near Brisbane. Also great to see that Melbourne don't want him anymore either.

It's a real shame though, because he was an absolute superstar at the Storm.

Well not till origin time where he will be welcomed with open arms.. Fickle Qldr's Laughing

Silly Bronco fans latching onto every word News Ltd says and thinking it's gospel.. Like he wants to go to that backwater burg called Brisbane anyway.. He already realized his error in going there in the first place.. And of course he can't go back to Melbourne- The reason he's leaving is cos they were over the cap.. If it turns out that the NRL turns down the Bunnies deal (Which they won't) and he decides to stand his ground and not sign with another club, switch codes, or go overseas then they are royally screwed as they will have to take him back, or pay him out, which will still be part of their cap, and then shed 2-3 players. They need this deal to go through so they can move on..

You should also prob highlight this part of the article, which basically contradicts their B.S story the other day:

It is understood the NRL will, eventually, allow the deal to proceed - but not without unprecedented scrutiny. Suspect

This is from the SMH story above:
MORE than half of Greg Inglis's $1.8 million three-year deal with South Sydney has been counted in the club's base salary cap, with five third-party sponsors making up the rest. The contract, which Rabbitohs officials expect to lodge with the NRL today, is similar to the two-year deal Inglis reneged on with the Broncos, who had intended to include him under the salary cap for $300,000 a season.

Souths propose to register Inglis under the salary cap for $215,000 next season and $350,000 in 2012 and 2013. Those figures include a car valued at $25,000 under the cap.

Do the math and both Bronco and Rabbitoh deals work out to be 300k per year under the cap. So if you were happy to accept the Bronco deal was fine, then you'd have to be willing to accept that the Rabbitoh deal as well.. Also next year we will lose Wesser and that will free up the extra 150K needed..





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Hendo Maroon wrote:
looks like the Warriors is his only option. C'Mon to NZ GI!

You wish Grin
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Have fun with a fat lump playing 2 good games for the Rabbitohs next year... while gunning it for QLD and Aus
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