I don’t think he’s been so good at all mate. Two years with us, one with the Knights and then last year with us - still hasn’t reached any great heights.This is a tough one. Ramien is so good when he is on but then he has the potential to undo all the good he has done in about 10 seconds.
There are sparks of moments to get you excited but it has not been consistent and often.I don’t think he’s been so good at all mate. Two years with us, one with the Knights and then last year with us - still hasn’t reached any great heights.
I think there is talent there but not enough to overcome a lack of brain power.
Chucked a sad at one club and got contract terminated.He ain't changing
Morris wanted out.Chucked a sad at one club and got contract terminated.
Wanted to come back to us, although apparently had 3 other clubs interested, but coming off bad form and we still pandered to him with 500k a year and 4 years.
Overspent on him given we already had Dugan and Morris both played really well in 2019, and Xerri had debuted.
If we pay Ramien 100k less we would have been able to retain Josh Morris no worries and if he turned the offer down we are still fine.
He is a top tackle buster and offloader but he can be a massive bonehead and also can have quiet games where he should find an extra hitup or two to help out.
That's great but we also were forced to release someone due to cap mismanagement.Morris wanted out.
He thought he could win a premiership at the Roosters. Let’s not think otherwise
I think I'll have to leave it on Wade, you're right very hard to assign it to anyone currently in 17What a tough time to pick your April Whipping Boy... Everyone is playing well. I've gone with Ramien, simply due to feeling he has the highest likelihood of doing something groan-inducing. Closely followed by Trindall, but that would only be if he replaced Moylan, and even he's looking fully fit and firing!