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  • Looolz... of all people, Fox is now complaining to the NSW gov about our new stadium!

    https://www.smh.com.au/national/nsw/...02-p52n7x.html

    Fukking hell! You spend $1 billion trying to make the Fox happy, then Rupert's like 'this is a jooooke!!! The noise will kill our movie studios!!!!'

    Then on top they sneak in the fact that the stadium's already being changed significantly and scaled down... 'Infrastructure NSW is seeking planning approval for the construction of the stadium, having received it for the demolition of the old. The stadium project is clouded in some uncertainty, however, with the state government re-tendering its construction'.

    Seriously, what a farce this is becoming (just as I thought it couldn't get worse). Wonder what old mate Rob C has to say?

  • #2
    I smell a rat, if we have no stadium, then we can be the club they move

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Dummy half View Post
      I smell a rat, if we have no stadium, then we can be the club they move
      They will also have to move Sydney FC and Waratahs, unlikely.

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      • #4
        Yeah, but the timing is interesting

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        • #5
          This is what happens when things are done on the cheap, If the rebuild was costed properly then Lendlease wouldn't have pulled out in the first place. Infrastructure costs what it costs and politicising the topic just made it alot worse and let's be honest here the difference in cost as far as building infrastructure is concerned is peanuts.

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          • #6
            that's what we got for voting this liberal government back into power under the alp the stadium shortfalls would have been fixed with us playing again at Allianz next season? I'm sorry but a lot of people got sucked in by the prospect of a shiny new stadium, instead, we've got a demolition pit and the aging scg!
            Last edited by stephenj; 09-03-2019, 10:30 AM. Reason: spelling

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            • #7
              1. They can't move NRL clubs because they feel like it. The NRL is currently working on new licencing agreements that means clubs are safe forever as long as they don't go broke or are sold off or of course ask to relocate. If a club does any of these things the new licensing agreement will say the NRL has the right to tell them where to go. In the end if the club doesn't go broke, they aren't going anywhere no matter what circumstances

              2. We aren't homeless - the SCG is our home ground indefinitely until anything else gets sorted. Although not ideal, it is not the same as the Sharks who will be homeless next year and will have to play out of area or Souths/Bulldogs who will have to do so when ANZ is refurbished. The spot we play currently (Moore park) is still our home, in the east, and has been since the beginning and always will be. Its just next door. Sydney FC and Waratahs are more homeless then we are because they don't necessarily belong to the area (they cover multiple areas and would prefer to be central but don't agree with playing at the SCG hence them moving more games away)

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              • #8
                They don't want to stop the stadium to be built.... just trying to extort some $ from the government....

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                • #9
                  They re-elected that cackling fugly as a dog's arse toucan, so they can reap what they sow.

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                  • #10
                    If we go back to back,next years grandfinal is at the SCG,no one will beat us on that ground in a GrandFinal.
                    The world is full of Kings & Queens,who blind your eye's & steal your dreams!

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                    • #11
                      SMART INterview by mini. Let the minister dig himself an on time on budget commitment. We now have a single throat to throttle and keep accountable
                      Anthony Minichiello met the NSW Minister for Sport John Sidoti to get the latest update on the upcoming stadium.
                      Written and published on behalf of the Liberal Party, Queensland

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