I wouldn’t be surprised if we are only see a very small piece of the pie. It makes mention of key talk starting in May 2018 in the article. If Kerevi wanted to stay I’m sure he would have asked the question numerous times before the overseas deal was done. It was summed up perfectly as “buyers.
Call it what you will but the QRU made a meal of this and surely some heads need to role. Was talking with some people at GPS game today and they believe there is a personal vendetta against Picone because he didn’t give them an opportunity. Then I read this article tonight and wow! Pathetic and.
Just went and looked at that page Jets..Clarified 3 key points for me. 1. Reds stuffed up! 2. Will Genia is with Newstar 3. They must be doing something right over there.
Agree with the Reds looking the goods for 2020!
I have a vested interest in facts. I also have a boy that has just started school rugby this year that has lead me to this site. As mentioned previously in the forum, I have researched the company and they have represented some respected talent over the years and the article that was posted here.
Sounds like you are pretty confident with your source of information there mate. If you could provide an accurate list of players I would be happy to eat my words. In return if you are unable to back your statement would you retract your comments? Not sticking up for the Picone's here but a mass.
Kids are on rugby scholarships as early as 13 years old and often well before agents are on the seen as schools regularly attend carnivals in search of players to assist in securing those lucrative trophies. I have also heard of many cases where franchise academy coaches have approached kids at.
“I am a player’s agent,” said Picone. “I have a fiduciary duty to act in my player’s best interests, which I do without fear or favour. The QRU’s job is to make it an attractive proposition to choose to play with the Reds, which no doubt they do to the best of their ability.”
Is it really an.