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Mon Feb 02, 2009 3:44 pm  

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5 weeks for a visa / around 6/8 for a work permit aslong as the applications are "staightforward".

The experience of clubs suggests these are sequential so it could be around 11-13 weeks for the process.
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No, as I said it is a Tier 2 visa - no work permit
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Mon Feb 02, 2009 4:21 pm  

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No, as I said it is a Tier 2 visa - no work permit


I take your point. Still wont see him til after April...if at all.
Tue Feb 03, 2009 3:26 pm  

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not that clued up then, cos its a Tier 2 visa that he needs, not a work permit, well on the right side of the Pennines anyway - I don't know about Yarkshire I admit
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The discussion was regards Crocker, who applied under the old system.
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Thu Feb 26, 2009 11:12 am  

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Imagehere is bird :lol:
winning like never before. decoys. mouse traps. chicken wings. lollie pops. shepperds. the crusher. grapples. big league. In 1935 The Dragon Slayers as they were known defeated Canterbury bulldogs 91-6, which is still the biggest win in the Club's History. In 1907, the St George district had a club in the Sydney rugby union competition. Interestingly, the team's area was referred to as the 'Illawarra suburbs'. A resolution to form a St George rugby league club was made at a local meeting held in early 1908, but the movement faltered and collapsed. St George, wearing the district colours of red and white, played in the NSWRL's Third Grade competition in 1910, and formed a President's Cup team in 1911. References were found at the time to district teams being called 'The Saints'.the perfect 11

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Sat Feb 28, 2009 6:57 am  

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birdbrain signed 9 month contract today :wink:
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winning like never before. decoys. mouse traps. chicken wings. lollie pops. shepperds. the crusher. grapples. big league. In 1935 The Dragon Slayers as they were known defeated Canterbury bulldogs 91-6, which is still the biggest win in the Club's History. In 1907, the St George district had a club in the Sydney rugby union competition. Interestingly, the team's area was referred to as the 'Illawarra suburbs'. A resolution to form a St George rugby league club was made at a local meeting held in early 1908, but the movement faltered and collapsed. St George, wearing the district colours of red and white, played in the NSWRL's Third Grade competition in 1910, and formed a President's Cup team in 1911. References were found at the time to district teams being called 'The Saints'.the perfect 11

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Sat Feb 28, 2009 12:44 pm  

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What I wouldn't have give to have Bird on our team at last nights game.
Thu Mar 05, 2009 3:35 pm  

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:wink: http://www.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/s ... 66,00.html BANISHED Cronulla star Greg Bird last night finally broke his silence about a controversial move to France by declaring: "I was over the constant harassment in Australia."
Bird, 25, yesterday modelled his new Catalans jumper in the southern French city of Perpignan and is set to debut for the club on Sunday morning (AEDT) against Castleford in Super League.

Angry at his critics yet excited at playing again, Bird opened up to The Daily Telegraph, saying from France: "I'm just relieved to be over here and back in a football environment and back around a team again. I just want to play footy again.

"I'm enjoying it over here away from the constant harassment. I was over the judgmental people (in Australia).

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winning like never before. decoys. mouse traps. chicken wings. lollie pops. shepperds. the crusher. grapples. big league. In 1935 The Dragon Slayers as they were known defeated Canterbury bulldogs 91-6, which is still the biggest win in the Club's History. In 1907, the St George district had a club in the Sydney rugby union competition. Interestingly, the team's area was referred to as the 'Illawarra suburbs'. A resolution to form a St George rugby league club was made at a local meeting held in early 1908, but the movement faltered and collapsed. St George, wearing the district colours of red and white, played in the NSWRL's Third Grade competition in 1910, and formed a President's Cup team in 1911. References were found at the time to district teams being called 'The Saints'.the perfect 11

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Thu Mar 05, 2009 8:24 pm  

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:wink: http://www.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/s ... 66,00.html BANISHED Cronulla star Greg Bird last night finally broke his silence about a controversial move to France by declaring: "I was over the constant harassment in Australia."
Bird, 25, yesterday modelled his new Catalans jumper in the southern French city of Perpignan and is set to debut for the club on Sunday morning (AEDT) against Castleford in Super League.

Angry at his critics yet excited at playing again, Bird opened up to The Daily Telegraph, saying from France: "I'm just relieved to be over here and back in a football environment and back around a team again. I just want to play footy again.

"I'm enjoying it over here away from the constant harassment. I was over the judgmental people (in Australia).

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Why post the link and then also copy and paste the contents?
Fri Mar 06, 2009 10:16 am  

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Thu Mar 05, 2009 9:06 pm
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winning like never before. decoys. mouse traps. chicken wings. lollie pops. shepperds. the crusher. grapples. big league. In 1935 The Dragon Slayers as they were known defeated Canterbury bulldogs 91-6, which is still the biggest win in the Club's History. In 1907, the St George district had a club in the Sydney rugby union competition. Interestingly, the team's area was referred to as the 'Illawarra suburbs'. A resolution to form a St George rugby league club was made at a local meeting held in early 1908, but the movement faltered and collapsed. St George, wearing the district colours of red and white, played in the NSWRL's Third Grade competition in 1910, and formed a President's Cup team in 1911. References were found at the time to district teams being called 'The Saints'.the perfect 11

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Fri Mar 06, 2009 10:17 am  

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Methinks you need a 'Big fat bird thread' to keep fredie happy :wink:
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