John Lehmann takes a look at why South Sydney need gaming mogul James Packer JOHN LEHMANN EDITOR AT LARGE The Sunday Telegraph January 25, 2014 10:00PM KERRY Packer always said you'd have to be mad to put your money into football clubs or racehorses. But if his son, billionaire gaming mogul James Packer, ends up doing a deal to buy Peter Holmes a Court's stake into the South Sydney Rabbitohs, he won't be doing it to line his pockets. Like those racing tragics who chase the dream of winning the Golden Slipper with a horse they picked up for nix, he'll be doing it for the thrill of the chase. The truth is that Souths is at the crossroads. If the Rabbitohs' revival is to continue, the club needs to find a well-heeled owner, sooner rather than later. Click here to read the full article. [hr] It's funny how Manly is continuously always being portrayed by the media as the only club that is supposedly so in debt and dysfunctional so it was interesting to read about South's dysfunctional owners being barely on speaking terms for at least four years and of their club's current debt problems.