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Sport Comment: Roosters must keep Mitchell to stop history three-peating

23:25  15 november  2019
23:25  15 november  2019 Source:   smh.com.au

Why Roosters have fallen out with Latrell

  Why Roosters have fallen out with Latrell The Roosters are "not happy" with Latrell Mitchell for a raft of reasons and could let him walk for next season.Weidler on Tuesday broke the story that the Roosters had withdrawn their contract extension offer to Mitchell; about $800,000 per season for 2021 and beyond. He further explained the situation on Wednesday.

Keeping Latrell Mitchell will be key to the Roosters ' hopes of a historic hat-trick of NRL titles. Credit:Getty Images. It was Jones who replied, saying words to the effect of “we have already done our study on this, about what pulls a successful team apart, and we realise that the key thing is uneven

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‘Oh, how the mighty have fallen.”

It is a phrase, and concept, that has resonated through the ages, across cultures – for the simple reason that so often the hubris that comes with success brings with it the seeds of destruction. Just as the great Paul Keating once noted that “a government starts dying on the day it is born,” so too must successful sports teams essay not to be spoiled by the spoils of success.

I have long remembered the press conference after the Dallas Cowboys won their second successive Super Bowl in 1994, when owner Jerry Jones and coach Jimmy Johnson fronted the media. “What chance of a three-peat?” they were asked.

Anthony Mundine urges Latrell Mitchell to seek 'as much money as he can' as contract standoff continues

  Anthony Mundine urges Latrell Mitchell to seek 'as much money as he can' as contract standoff continues Anthony Mundine has applauded Latrell Mitchell's hunt for a big-money contract, saying he has a young family to look after. In an interview with the SMH, the former NRL and boxing legend, who is a family friend of Mitchell's, urged the representative star to look after himself in negotiations for a new contract.It comes amid the ugly standoff that has taken place between Mitchell and premiers the Sydney Roosters.Uncontracted beyond 2020, the Roosters reportedly tabled a $1.6 million extension over two-years to Mitchell, which he baulked at in light of suggestions of bigger money offers from rival clubs.

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It was Jones who replied, saying words to the effect of “we have already done our study on this, about what pulls a successful team apart, and we realise that the key thing is uneven division of the glory and the benefits of victory.”

Latrell Mitchell in a baseball game: Keeping Latrell Mitchell will be key to the Roosters' hopes of a historic hat-trick of NRL titles.© Getty Images Keeping Latrell Mitchell will be key to the Roosters' hopes of a historic hat-trick of NRL titles. Fair enough. But within weeks the coach had resigned. The issue? Who deserved more of the credit for success – the coach or the owner!

The Cowboys have had just one Super Bowl win since, and that was almost a quarter of a century ago. And how funny I should say that, because even as we speak one of those teams often haled or hailed – I’m never sure which – as the “Greatest of All Time” also appears to be crumbling before our very eyes. Yes, friends, it can even happen to the Golden State Warriors who, in the first 12 games of the NBA season have won just – let’s see – two matches! That is not a misprint. I said two, as in TWO.

One condition for Latrell quitting Roosters

  One condition for Latrell quitting Roosters The Sydney Roosters are prepared to Latrell Mitchell walk out on the final year of his contract - on one condition.Mitchell had an $800,000 per-year contract offer withdrawn by the Roosters, who felt disrespected by his insistence on testing the market. The Test star would have been the highest-paid centre in the game by taking the Roosters' offer.

Stop cryin bout roosters and fighting if you live in the city you shouldn’t have them and roosters are not forced to fight they are naturally aggresive. If you notice a hole in the upper left-hand corner of your Farmers' Almanac, don't return it to the store! That hole isn't a defect; it's a part of history .

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True, in the case of the Warriors – who in the last five years have made every finals series, winning three of them – the central problem is less a case of obvious hubris than the two best players, Steph Curry and Klay Thompson, having a broken hand and a torn ACL respectively. But it is equally the case that when ageing players of their ilk take so much of the available funds to pay players it means that their replacements were never likely to fill the spot seamlessly. And it also doesn’t help that they recently lost the great Kevin Durant to the Nets in high dudgeon though he, too, is now injured. The bottom line is that it is the very nature of phenomenally successful teams to suffer from players with both bodies and egos that are fragile, and the chances of a breakdown of some sort are commensurately huge. In the case of the Warriors it seems just that it has all happened at the one time.

Top suitor's concern over $3m Latrell deal

  Top suitor's concern over $3m Latrell deal Wests Tigers are wary of splashing $1 million per season on Latrell Mitchell and pairing him with coach Michael Maguire.The Concord club have emerged as favourite to sign Mitchell after his current club, Sydney Roosters, withdrew a deal worth $800,000 per season. Wests Tigers are reportedly considering a three-year offer worth $3 million for Mitchell.

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In sum?

In sum, Trent Robinson, don’t let Latrell Mitchell leave the Roosters! Find a way to keep him. I don’t say he is the best player you’ve got. But, motivated and healthy, he is potentially exactly that and he’s still young enough not to have come even close to his best. He’s the guy, with James Tedesco and Jared Waerea-Hargreaves, to build the three-peat around!

TIES THAT BIND

The craziest sports story of this year? I am going to go with the travails and ties of England/New Zealand cricket matches. You will recall that the two teams met in the World Cup final only to be level after 50 overs, and then – after the extraordinary saga of overthrows and all the rest – also tied after the super over. England finally won on a boundary countback. England then toured NZ to play a five-match T20 series, which after four matches was – you guessed it – locked at 2-2. As rain interrupted the fifth and deciding clash, it was reduced to an 11-over match. New Zealand got 5-146 in their dig with England needing a four from the last ball to level it up. Can you believe it? They got it. Another super over! This time, England won the super over easily, and it is for the Kiwis to demonstrate, once again, their extraordinary grace in the face of deep disappointment. But it still begs the question. Has sport ever delivered such a history of ties between two major teams in a single calendar year? Best, most erudite answers to get a pat on the back out of petty cash.

World Club Challenge date set for St Helens-Sydney Roosters showdown

  World Club Challenge date set for St Helens-Sydney Roosters showdown NRL champions Sydney Roosters will be aiming to retain the World Club Challenge trophy when they visit St Helens in 2020.The Roosters beat Wigan Warriors to be crowned champions this year and will return to Lancashire for a showdown with Saints 12 months later.

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RIGHT ROYAL LAUGH

TFF has been enjoying reading the reminiscences of two our greatest long-time sportswriters, Ian Heads and Norm Tasker – the latter my erstwhile rep rugby coach – in their just-released book, Great Australian Sporting Stories. And Norm was actually there in 1975 when Wallaby coach David Brockhoff took his charges to Buckingham Palace to meet the Queen of England, not long after The Dismissal, which saw a democratically leader of the Australian people summarily dismissed from the position, by the power of the English monarchy ... but don’t get me started. As chronicled by Norm, Brock risked a joke with Her Maj. “You know Ma’am, they rang to tell you, ‘Whitlam’s out,’ and Ma’am you said, ‘Don’t wake me in the middle of the night with the cricket scores’.” Norm says, “The Queen politely chuckled. Most of the rest of the group slinked off, red-faced ... ” But that sounds like Brock all right!

NEW ORDER

Sadly, the star of Westminster, the Speaker of the House, John Bercow - “Orderrr, Ord-ERRRR!” - has just finished his long and wonderful stint in the chair. Which has little to do with the sports pages, I grant you. Nevertheless, there is a tiny sporting angle to note about his replacement, Sir Lindsay Hoyle. I am advised by a reader that he was given his first name because his father was such an admirer of Lindsay Hassett, vice-captain of Sir Donald Bradman’s 1948 Invincibles, who went on to be a well-loved ABC cricket commentator for many a moon providing expert input to Alan McGilvray. So don’t say you haven’t been told!

Latrell Mitchell: Star would need to change body to play fullback at Wests Tigers - Daley

  Latrell Mitchell: Star would need to change body to play fullback at Wests Tigers - Daley Roosters superstar back Latrell Mitchell appears set for a big-money move, with Wests Tigers reportedly in the box seat, though the move is likely to come with a positional switch.Having played in the centres for the majority of his stunning ascent into one of the game's most exciting players, the 22-year-old is expected to switch to fullback if he does head to Concord.

Separate the rooster from the hens, and keep him in a secure enclosure so he can't get back with "his girls." Unfortunately, no one knows why a rooster does such a thing a part from mistaking the hen as another male. You might want to supervise or keep the rooster away from any other hens.

Roosters that grow up together from chicks tend to work out their differences early in life and get along fairly well thereafter. Of course, how many males you keep will depend on your ultimate goal. Thank you very must for you quick response and excellent birds.

VALE, PETER

TFF was very saddened last Saturday to hear of the accidental death the day before of Peter Farr-Jones, 59. A well-known figure in Sydney rugby through his own playing days as a winger with Sydney University, the fact he was the one who honed some of the skills of his younger brother Nicholas, and his time running the Sydney Rugby Club, the news moved quickly. A former teammate of mine, I will always remember him as a fellow as happy-go-lucky as they come, quick to laugh, just about impossible to anger and ever inclined to back himself. The Herald sends its deepest condolences to his children, Charlie and Tom, and their mother Michelle.

TEAM OF THE WEEK

Hockey One. Today is the big day – a double-header with the undefeated NSW Pride taking on Brisbane Blaze in the men’s final, and Hockey Club Melbourne trying to bounce Brisbane Blaze in the women’s.

Kai Komulainen. The 13-year-old tearaway won both the Long Reef Golf Club Junior AND Senior Club Championships.

Deepak Chahar. The Indian bowler recorded the best-ever bowling figures in a T20 international with 6-7.

RIP John Fordham. 1944-2019.

One of the best-known figures in the sports/media world and agent to Ricky Stuart, Ian Chappell, Richie Benaud, Andrew Johns, Alan Jones et al, passed away last Sunday morning after a long battle with cancer. He was also the immediate past chair of rugby charity the Cauliflower Club and did wonderful work while there. Vale, John.

Australian baseball team. Scored a historic 2-1 win over the United States in Tokyo at the Premier12 tournament to give them an outside chance of direct qualification to next year’s Olympics.

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  Latrell Mitchell: Wests Tigers to take recruitment ‘drive’ to another level, reports Mitchell has been heavily linked with a move to Wests Tigers as early as next season.News Limited first reported coach Michael Maguire, CEO Justin Pascoe and general manager of football Adam Hartigan will drive to Mitchell’s home town of Taree on Friday.

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RIP Kieran Modra 1972-2019. The eight-time Paralympian died in a tragic cycling accident this week. He had won five Paralympic gold medals on the bike and in the pool between 1992 and 2016.

RIP Bruce Malouf. 1956-2019. The courageous Randwick, Waratahs and Wallabies hooker passed away this week, from cancer. A good man, and great rugby player who never saw a stoush he didn’t want a piece of.

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Sam Kerr. Signed a deal to play with Chelsea reputed to be worth more than $2 million over two years.

WHAT THEY SAID

a close up of a person: Illustration: John Shakespeare© Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Illustration: John Shakespeare English batsman Ben Stokes, on how David Warner’s sledging prompted his match-winning heroics in the third Ashes Test at Headingley: “He just wouldn’t shut up for most of my time out there. I had extra personal motivation due to some things that were said to me out on the field on the evening of day three when I was trying to get through to stumps. A few of the Aussies were being quite chirpy but, in particular, David Warner seemed to have his heart set on disrupting me. I could accept it from just about any other opponent. Truly. Not from him, though.”

a man in a baseball game: David Warner and Ben Stokes shake hands after the latter's heroics during the third Ashes Test in Leeds.© Getty David Warner and Ben Stokes shake hands after the latter's heroics during the third Ashes Test in Leeds. Tongan Prime Minister Pohiva Tu’i’onetoa declaring a public holiday due to their rugby league victories against Australia and Great Britain: “This is to celebrate the achievement, outstanding performance and the talents gifted to Tongan players by the Government of Tonga.”

Broncos CEO Paul White, after the club’s latest late-night disaster, this one in Bali: “Nothing good happens after midnight.”

Todd Greenberg on off-field scandals: “I get frustrated because there’s so much good stories to be told ... I want to talk about the great things that our players do off the field but unfortunately I’m a realist to know that when someone makes a poor decision I have to be accountable to that and I have to talk about it.”

Cowboys 'unlikely' to land Mitchell despite meet

  Cowboys 'unlikely' to land Mitchell despite meet While the North Queensland Cowboys met Latrell Mitchell, the club is unlikely to sign him, with the Wests Tigers in the box seat.Mitchell arrived in Townsville on Monday and met with the Cowboys' brass, and was even endorsed by club legend Johnathan Thurston.

Time to let Mitchell go: The Roosters halfback needs to be sacked by the club. Credit:Diimex. All three are eventually turfed out. The fact the man holding the camera kept asking for Pearce's name He kept turning his career around, being named captain of his club around this time last year before

AOC boss Matt Carroll on the ABC’s decision to pull their coverage of the 2020 Olympics, due to budgetary constraints: “We live in times when we need to inspire even more Australians to participate in sport to defeat the growing scourges of obesity and mental illness.”

Sonny Bill Williams on going to Toronto after he signed with the Wolfpack, whatever that is: “I’m not coming over for a holiday, although my son might be. I’m coming over to do some work and god willing we can have a successful season on and off the field.”

Marnus Labuschagne on mental preparation: “It’s about preparing for where I am playing. There’s no point practicing to play at the Gabba if you are about to play at the MCG. It’s about being ready for the game at hand and that’s one thing that I’ve been able to do the whole season, prepare for different bowlers in different conditions and adapt my game.”

Sam Kerr on World Cup elimination in June: “As a footballer, you never really get over things like [the World Cup]. I'm still thinking about things that happened and moments in games and I think that's just a footballer's way.”

NZ cricketer and commentator Ian Smith on the aftermath of the World Cup final: “And I was just so disappointed for the New Zealand players. It was their time . . . but it wasn’t. We never lost the game. We just didn’t win it.”

Kevin Sheedy on Adam Goodes: “But the people who booed him for that, and for his celebratory on-field war dance, should have known better. New Zealanders don’t boo the All Blacks for the haka, they celebrate it.”

Arsenal Manager Unai Emery after another loss: “I know we are receiving criticism and I can accept it, that is normal if you are not winning matches. But my message to everyone at Arsenal would be to stay calm because we can improve.”

Cowboys 'unlikely' to land Mitchell despite meet .
While the North Queensland Cowboys met Latrell Mitchell, the club is unlikely to sign him, with the Wests Tigers in the box seat.Mitchell arrived in Townsville on Monday and met with the Cowboys' brass, and was even endorsed by club legend Johnathan Thurston.

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