Tag: Melbourne Storm

Wayne Bennett has already had offers from rival clubs for 2020

Brisbane Broncos CEO Paul White admit he has met with Melbourne coach Craig Bellamy but denies being in negotiations. White has stressed Bennett will be coach until the end of 2019. In another twist, White says it was Bennett who pushed him to meet with Bellamy. Coach Bennett was next up to face the media […]

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The Craig Bellamy comments from 2012 that should have Storm fans shaking in their boots

BY CURTIS WOODWARD  @woodward_curtis  Here are the Craig Bellamy comments that should have Melbourne Storm fans shaking in their boots as the drums beat louder the great coach could be on his way to the Brisbane Broncos to replace long time rival Wayne Bennett. Back in 2012, Bellamy told The Courier-Mail that he considered a […]

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Remember Wally Lewis? Coach Bennett may suffer same ruthless fate of past Broncos legends

BY CURTIS WOODWARD @woodward_curtis The Brisbane Broncos have been in talks with Melbourne mentor Craig Bellamy for up to a month according to Fox Sports reporter James Hooper. Speaking on NRL 360, Hooper revealed the Broncos have offered Bellamy a $5.8 million deal which could start in season 2020. Bellamy has consistently been linked to […]

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Cameron Smith is the most influential player in rugby league history

BY CURTIS WOODWARD  @woodward_curtis  They say a great player can make an average player look a million bucks. An average Joe can be a premiership winner, play for their country or state. A good player demands more from those around them. The Johnathan Thurston’s, Cooper Cronk’s, Billy Slater’s and Greg Inglis’s of this world have […]

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‘I had a fear of letting people down’: Smith retires from rep footy

BY STAFF WRITERS Legendary hooker Cameron Smith has officially retired from retirement football effective immediately after calling a press conference in Melbourne on Tuesday afternoon. Flanked by Queensland coach Kevin Walters and watched on by Craig Bellamy and other Melbourne Storm officials – Smith explained what drove him to play on – and so well […]

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Cameron Smith retires from rep football effective immediately

Australian and Queensland captain Cameron Smith has sent shockwaves through the rugby league world by retiring effective immediately from all representative football. It is understood Smith will officially make the announcement this afternoon and has already told Melbourne Storm teammates. His Maroons teammates, such as South Sydney’s Greg Inglis, were seemingly unaware of his decision […]

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