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Silence speaks volumes about the pain that drives Stewart

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by firechild, Sep 28, 2011.

  1. firechild

    firechild Active Member

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    Few could imagine the emotion Brett Stewart carried to his comeback NRL season and now a grand final, writes Richard Hinds.

    Tomorrow, it will be precisely 12 months since Manly fullback Brett Stewart heard the verdict. A year since, in a formal sense, his personal ordeal came to an end.

    Read the full article
     
  2. Brookie4eva

    Brookie4eva Well-Known Member

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    It is good to see at least one of the major newspapers in Sydney actually has quality journos. Well done to SMH for not acting in the manner the DT has these past few weeks (months, years, decades ...)
     
  3. MissKate

    MissKate Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    Sent Mr Hinds an email to thank him for putting together such an unbiased article. Shame other so called professional journos cannot do the same instead of spouting their vitriolic hatred for Manly and Brett.
     
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    • Berkeley_Eagle

      Berkeley_Eagle Current Status: 24/7 Manly Fan

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      Karma demands a 2nd Grand Final ring for Brett


      Hey that could be a banner
       
    • Jerry1

      Jerry1 Well-Known Member

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      Kiss our rings gallop
       
    • EagleFromMay1967

      EagleFromMay1967 Sky Punching : send them High as the Clouds

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      Karma demands a 2nd Grand Final ring for Brett
      . . .


      and at least a double ! Is Les Hanigan still alive ?
       
    • Bradza

      Bradza Well-Known Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

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      That's perfect Jerry, but could only be unfurled after victory.
       
    • DSM5

      DSM5 Well-Known Member

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      Yeah, I thought it was a good article. Well done to that Journo.
       
    • Phantar

      Phantar Well-Known Member

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      Except for the fact that they still give Roy Masters column space.
       
    • TWO DOGS

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      I also sent Richard Hinds an email thanking him for the article. I also pointed out that false allegations can be levelled at any of us, something forgotten by a lot of people.
       
    • DSM5

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      Poor old Roy. It's a real tragedy that one so stupid can get stuff published. I saw him on 'Bare foot Rugby League', Ch 182 a few weeks ago and he was still bringing up that old worn out us v them stuff. Tedious and boring and equally strange as he's now a rabid Storm supporter. Talk about selling out..
       
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      • Phantar

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        Yes! The irony of Roy supporting the Storm, a team propped up by News Ltd and that deliberately cheated the salary cap, seems completely lost on him.

        Especially when he was writing pro-Manly articles and bye xtension anti-Superleague, circa 1995.
         
      • Andy 1972

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        Finally, a story about Brett that looks at what happened to him from his perspective. Maybe if Gallop could think for once about how quick he was to suspend him without even asking him for his side of the story he might even apologise.

        Andy1972
        Manly Forever.
         

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