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  1. With the small amount of players they've got at the moment I doubt they'd be worried about the cap.
  2. Tony Sage has said he's individually negotiating with players now. City might be doing the same.
  3. It might be better than normal since the owner is Australian, you could probably find a way to sue him in Australia if he failed to pay wages.
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    Newcastle Jets

    Club being sold to a new Chinese owner.
  5. Good thing that after the LNP butchered the original NBN that nothing that required a huge amount of people to start working or studying from home happened.
  6. Slavery is still legal in the US if you're imprisoned. Republicans absolutely support that staying.
  7. Voted for Trump to be impeached now he's going to vote for his court pick.
  8. There's also "When you look at how the law is written, referees have been very consistent". That's meaningless non-sequitur. A criminal might consistently break the law, doesn't mean that being consistent is some kind of positive factor.
  9. mack

    Perth Glory

    A-League has been a loss making enterprise for a decade and a half. At some point the owners need to start regularly breaking even & making profits because otherwise there's no financial incentive to actually have a league in the first place. Sure, there would probably be an attempt at a 3rd Australian national league if the A-League died, it will be a shadow of how the A-League has operated and it certainly wouldn't keep paying mediocre journeymen $150k a year. We've blown through how many millionaires & billionaires so far? We're about to lose Charlesworth, the guy who owns Newcastle would be out if he could, and while they're both clinging on to hopefully make some cash back on a license they're not spending anything but the bare minimum.
  10. No I was thinking more along the lines of the Henry goal vs Ireland (although that was hardly just an issue of deliberate vs non-deliberate), where someone might accidentally non-deliberately handle the ball and then score. But either apply since under the laws it doesn't matter (similar to how you could score off the ref under previous laws).
  11. That's what the Parakeelia rort was. LNP sets up a company they own called Parakeelia, that provides software to LNP offices about their constituents data, they get charged $2500, which is then claimed back from the taxpayer as a office expense. It was as blatant as a drug dealer washing their cash through a pub poker machine.
  12. I bet they never paid the little people whose land they acquired 10 times the value.
  13. I might be just a stupid non-referee who don't know the interpretation properly because I haven't done 50 courses but to me those two decisions should have been the other way around. No pen, then goal disallowed. One of the purposes of the rebadged handball law was to make it official that a non-deliberate handball that leads to a goal should be over-ruled, instead of just having to rely on the unwritten rules that refs would call such situations as a foul even though they weren't deliberate.
  14. I look forward to many more videos exposing the Tories.
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