Hi i'm DMN, the creator of "I Love My Manly Warringah Sea Eagles" on Facebook. I have been a Manly tragic all my life, and i have been thinking about this for a while now. "When a junior first plays in the NRL for their club, they should be like an apprentice. They should have to play "X" amount of seasons or games for that club, at an "apprentices" wage. No other team can scalp them, or offer them more money to join their club until this time is up. Thus any new talent is secure to his club while he gains experience, and also the club gets to benefit from the introduction of their talented players for longer. Yes, i know that sometimes the club ends up not wanting a player anymore, so then in that case if his time isnt up, then like an apprentice, he then can be transferred between the two consenting clubs." What do you all think?