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Australia Brisbane Broncos have gone from underachievement to the wooden spoon — but trying to transplant success is risky

02:01  29 september  2020
02:01  29 september  2020 Source:   abc.net.au

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There was a time when the Brisbane Broncos wanting to be the Melbourne Storm was like Roger Federer wanting to be Wally Masur; like Muhammad Ali wanting to be Joe Bugner; like Leonardo DiCaprio wanting to be Paul Giamatti.

Why would the NRL's powerhouse franchise want to be the plucky, admirable against-the-odds battler?

Of course much has changed since the Storm presented as that admirable underdog from the game's southern outpost by winning the 1999 premiership.

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Melbourne's unexpected inaugural title was sandwiched between two of the six premierships the Broncos won over 14 glorious seasons — the last of those in 2006 when they beat the Craig Bellamy-coached Storm in the grand final.

Since then Wayne Bennett has gone and come and gone again. The Storm has won four grand finals (for two official premierships), contested nine grand finals and, upon rebounding from the shame of 2010, proven beyond doubt their success was more than a clever accountancy trick.

The once-battling Storm is now the competition's undisputed yardstick and the peerless Broncos have lurched from mere underachievement during 14 barren seasons to the once-unimaginable ignominy of the wooden spoon.

And so Brisbane has turned its lonely eyes to … Melbourne. The club that represents the cradle of Australian rugby league seeks rebirth by pillaging the cornerstones of the Storm's success in the far-flung colonies.

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It all makes sense on paper — and in the papers. Melbourne Storm has the most revered coach, Craig Bellamy, the most respected leader, Cameron Smith and a rising chief executive Dave Donaghy, who has an excellent relationship with both.

Bellamy's move is either a done deal or a scandalous beat up designed to distract the Storm on the eve of yet another finals campaign, depending where you look.

According to a News Corp report: "Brisbane Broncos have won the race to sign Craig Bellamy."

According to Bellamy: "I can tell you right here, right now, that I haven't agreed to nothing anywhere."

The two point-blank assertions are separated by the Simpson Desert, which doesn't mean both can't be correct.

Bellamy could have indicated his leanings to his confidantes without putting pen to paper, or even giving a verbal assurance to the Broncos.

Equally, while no official agreement is in place the Storm can maintain Bellamy has not made a commitment.

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But amid the public arm wrestle for Bellamy's signature and perhaps those of Smith and Donaghy also, an important point seems to have been overlooked — the very tenuous assumption that the essence of the Storm's success can be packaged up and sent north.

As stark as the difference in their recent fortunes is the environment in which the Storm and Broncos operate and, in turn, the methods required to prosper in such contrasting sporting landscapes.

Bellamy has not merely relished the relative anonymity his club enjoys in AFL-crazed Melbourne. He has used it to drive a close knit culture where players form the kind of personal bonds usually created at a country club.

When a Storm recruit arrives it is not unusual for new teammates to help unload the removal van; when a baby is born someone will pop over with a home cooked meal for the family.

The hokey notion of Storm as family is not just a marketing tool but an almost mundane day-to-day reality.

Bellamy's ability to turn discards into vital role players and occasionally bone fide stars has also been aided by the team's low media profile. The master coach conducts his brutal training camps without scrutiny and can trial and drill players away from the harsh lights of the NRL heartland.

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In Brisbane, off-season hamstring stretching gets more coverage than the Storm's games do in Melbourne, while even seemingly modest Broncos signings are under immediate pressure to become the next Wally, Alfie or Gordie.

From the Broncos fans there is a crushing expectation exemplified by the fierce backlash after this season's failure. In Melbourne there is a vague general appreciation that the Storm carries the city's name with professionalism and pride.

In Melbourne, Bellamy can play the "us against them" card with even the blatant salary cap breaches used to fan the flames of alleged victimisation. Brisbane is "them".

Gap year makes Bellamy move a hard sell

Then there is the not-insignificant matter that Bellamy would not arrive in Brisbane until 2022.

Rugby league prides itself that coaches and players can complete contracts with one club even after pledging their future to another without compromising their commitment to their current pay master.

But the idea of Bellamy coaching the Storm in 2021 while supposed "rival" Kevin Walters conducts a thorough rebuild at the Broncos without his future mentor's input strains credulity.

Particularly in Melbourne where an AFL coach or player who merely mumbles his intent to leave for another club is usually cleaning out his locker the same afternoon.

Meanwhile as the Broncos continue to remove the wooden spoons thrown on their training ground, the Storm will play Parramatta in a qualifying final — perhaps the first step on the way to yet another grand final.

The gulf between the clubs could not be greater. But rather than trying to become the Brisbane Storm, surely the Broncos would be better served attempting to become the very best version of their once dominant selves.

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