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Daryl Clark Sat Mar 27, 2021 4:00 pm  

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Just heard on the Triple M NRL podcast this morning that the Gold Coast Titans have offered Daryl a contract. We won’t be standing in his way apparently? Anyone else heard that? Thoughts?
Re: Daryl Clark Sat Mar 27, 2021 4:55 pm  
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Just heard on the Triple M NRL podcast this morning that the Gold Coast Titans have offered Daryl a contract. We won’t be standing in his way apparently? Anyone else heard that? Thoughts?



He is contracted until 2023 so they would need to make a big offer.
Re: Daryl Clark Sat Mar 27, 2021 5:13 pm  

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He is contracted until 2023 so they would need to make a big offer.


They really don't in this day and age. If a player wants to go, what benefit does playing hardball bring? They won't pay anything alarming as a fee and you'd end up with a sulking, under performing player and a toxic influence in the dressing room. Imagine how much a pull the thought of playing for Justin Holbrook must be.

I take it this is for next season and not this year?
Re: Daryl Clark Sat Mar 27, 2021 5:33 pm  
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He's 28 so now is the time to go. He's in the calibre of English players who could make it over there so why not let him go for it. I was surprised he re-signed for us a couple of years ago rather than try the NRL and you never know what private commitments were made to him from the club that they would allow him to explore NRL opportunities if they came up.

Obviously it will be a big loss for us to lose him but he's given us good service in some difficult years so I'd be happy if the club allowed him to pursue something in the NRL. Remember we took him from his hometown club and probably sold him a vision of being a more successful club than we have been, and he missed out on Castleford's best years so maybe sometimes privately he regretted the move, but he hasn't complained and he's been a very consistent performer whatever has gone on around him.
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Re: Daryl Clark Sat Mar 27, 2021 6:43 pm  
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Would not begrudge him a move. He deserves it. World class player who has been fantastic for us.
Re: Daryl Clark Sat Mar 27, 2021 7:42 pm  

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Would be sad to see him leave super league (although he torments my team every time we play).

I’d like to see him get the recognition he deserves from down under though.

Seems Warrington are ready to let him go without the need of a fee. Bulldogs also interested too
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Re: Daryl Clark Sat Mar 27, 2021 8:25 pm  

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He's a fantastic player, if he wants a crack in the nrl now is the time and I hope we don't stand in his way to be honest. It will leave us short but could more ratch to 9 and Ashton then gets to start? Danny walker can sink or swim if given the chance. It would free up quite a bit of cap space I would think so could be possible to replace.
Re: Daryl Clark Sat Mar 27, 2021 8:48 pm  

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Well, I'd be gutted if he went to Gold Coast. He's going to win nothing there and he'll to end up as one of those top players who didn't win enough.

I'd stand in his way for purely selfish reasons, but if he made it clear he's off, I'd wish him the very best.
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Re: Daryl Clark Sat Mar 27, 2021 10:25 pm  

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No bitterness from me if he goes. He has always been fully committed when playing for us. He will be a shoe in for England as well if based in the NRL.
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Re: Daryl Clark Sun Mar 28, 2021 8:48 am  
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Agree with most on here that Clark deserves a crack at the NRL, and to do it before age prohibits such a move.
Would be sad to see him leave, but would wish him well.
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