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White goes Green

By johnboy - 10 August 2010 6

The Canberra Raiders are celebrating their own turn picking the carcass of the disgraced Melbourne Storm.

Our bite at the corpse has netted prop Brett White:

Raiders Coach David Furner said the club was looking forward to having an experienced player like White join the Raiders for three years and said he will bring many qualities with him both on and off the field.

“It’s a great signing for the club,” Furner said. “Brett is an experienced player who has played in Grand Finals and State of Origin and he’s also a Cooma native so we’re excited to secure him for three years.

“Brett’s shown he’s keen to come back to his local region and that’s important for the club and I know he’s looking forward to putting on the green jumper,” he said.

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6 Responses to
White goes Green
Ian 12:29 pm 11 Aug 10

bd84 said :

Someone better tell them that getting a player from the Storm won’t mean that they will become a serious premiership contender..

Maybe if they got Cam Smith and Cooper Cronk?

ramblingted 12:03 pm 11 Aug 10

Thumper, that never gets old…

Thumper 9:29 am 11 Aug 10

Well, it must be time to repost this little gem.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4cib33LPWY

ConanOfCooma 8:19 am 11 Aug 10

Haha, you guys thought Carney was bad, wait until Whitey hits the town with a gut full.

I guarantee he hasn’t changed since high school!

bd84 10:00 pm 10 Aug 10

Someone better tell them that getting a player from the Storm won’t mean that they will become a serious premiership contender..

Gungahlin Al 5:16 pm 10 Aug 10

More importantly (for me anyway) Greg Inglis is off to the Broncos. Woo hoo!

“picking the carcass of the disgraced Melbourne Storm” – LOL

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