Gal makes some good points.Souths' handling of Adam Reynolds a 'bad message' for youngsters, writes Paul Gallen: https://wwos.nine.com.au/nrl/paul-g...y-walker/5310180b-d829-4bd9-ac50-290c991987b6
In what business setting does management allow an employee who has already stated he is leaving the business make crucial recruiting decisions. By these lies, they are making themselves look worse, weak and cowardly. AR is making them eat it and they need to own their error, grow up and learn. This mistake exposes something very wrong at management levels in the club. Souths are not in the running for the premiership, so I hope AR can get his second at the Broncos, they are starting to look dangerous,There were a few raised eyebrows around Redfern when former coach Wayne Bennett questioned South Sydney’s decision to let halfback and captain Adam Reynolds join the Broncos.
Bennett adored Reynolds and wanted him to stay but the fact is he rebuffed a plan that would’ve ensured Reynolds could be re-signed for two years.
The Bulldogs wanted prop Liam Knight mid-season, a move that would’ve cleared salary cap space to keep the veteran No.7.
As the man in charge of recruitment last year, and desperate to win a premiership in his final season, Bennett rejected the move — much to the dismay of the other powerbrokers at the club.
Andrew Webster SMH