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Veteran journalist Phil Rotfield says he wants to join the NRL and help hire dolphins.

This happened after the dolphins missed another big fish sign in the Race Walsh, which immediately signed only with the Broncos – and not the Dolphins.

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“I think the game, like the AFL franchises for the Suns and GWS Giants, should be given a little extra help,” Rotfield told NRL 360 on Monday.

“They don’t need financial support. They own a mall, own the land, and earn about $ 100 million from a bank.

“What happened when the AFL teams came in was that they chose one, three, five and seven drafts and we don’t have a draft. There were offers for them.

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“I think we need to look at the system to help them recruit them, and the next time someone like Race Walsh comes out or Luke Brooks comes down, give them a crack first.

“Give them an extra $ 1 million for just three years.

“Eventually they become strong, they have a big junior league – like the Pennits.

But the risk is that they will not be able to sign the player immediately and they will become dirty. We don’t want another bottom four club in this com.

“The TV deal has raised $ 100 million in five years by including the dolphins so they are bringing an additional $ 20 million into the game, they are only taking $ 13 million for the gift so there is more money in the game.

“In the long run, we want the powerhouse dolphins and bronchos.

“I have no doubt that the dolphins will be successful after completing these first years.”

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Evan Sampson echoes Rotfield: “Dolphins are good financially but can do so over time.

Samson told NRL 360: “They admired the extra time. 12 months was not enough to sign 34 players because they could not get players out of contract.

“Radcliffe is a very strong club and since Arthur Betson entered the doorstep in the mid-60s, they have been bringing in NRL players, ARL players and NSWRL players for decades and now they feel they have no good intentions to return.

Paul Kent believes the game should “worry” and put the flash on the NRL, the governing body “made no move to test and help the dolphins.”

“The Warriors, Crusaders, Perth Reds and Cowboys have been in charge of the NRL for two years, so a lot of players will be out of contract,” Kent said.

The dolphins had nowhere near that time, 30 per cent of the players in the NRL were coming up with a contract that they could actually talk about – this is not a big picture.

“The NRL must put their hands here and lead the way in helping the dolphin.

“It won’t go away in a year or two.”

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Has Bright Anastasia Wayne been appointed head coach? Rival clubs do not want to leave the players early and have asked to meet with the seven-time Premier League winner.

“We all thought it would be very interesting for everyone to watch the game – he could be called the best coach in the game. But is it broken again? Said Anastasia.

Because the Warriors or other clubs threaten Wayne not to let their players go to the Dolphins … so he is so successful and powerful that this ultimately defeats them?

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According to Kent, the dolphins have lined up to advise Bennett only to be able to attract players.

“NRL told the dolphins they wanted Wayne as their coach,” he said.

“The dolphins, I believe, were lined up for the job. Get out of that way.

“There have been a lot of changes in the Rugby League landscape and the reputation of Gold Star Wayne is not as good as it used to be.

The Dolphins are currently locked in 20 of their top 30 spots for the next season and have four development players, but none of them are signers.

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