NRL COO: Player conduct has lost us $10 million in sponsorship already

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What are you on about .
Firstly .
I don't lie
Secondly
You're a proven compulsive liar .
So please show where I posted what you claimed .


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I found it .
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Read it stupid .
Then Read your idiotic replies .
Nothing deleted .
Just you talking shit .
You clogged that thread up .now you're doing it here .
Go to the thread .theres the proof I never said what you claimed .


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The_Wookie wrote: Sat Apr 20, 2019 9:57 am NRL chief fears de Belin scandal could cost game 'hundreds of millions'
By Sam Phillips
April 19, 2019 — 3.34pm

NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg fears off-field incidents such as the sexual assault case against Jack de Belin could cost the game "hundreds of millions of dollars" in fees paid by broadcasters to televise the competition, explosive court documents reveal.

As de Belin awaits a decision in his Federal Court challenge of the ARL Commission's "no fault" stand down policy, the financial toll of the code's summer of off-field scandals has been spelled out by the governing body.

While NRL chief operating officer Andrew Abdo said the code had lost $10 million in sponsorship, Greenberg used his sworn affidavit to outline concerns that the game could pay a significant price when it came to renegotiating its next broadcast rights deal.

In defending the new stand down policy, Greenberg detailed conversations in which he said executives from Nine Entertainment and News Corp, which owns Foxtel, told him the next broadcast deal could be impacted dramatically by the de Belin saga.

“During both face to face meetings and telephone conversations they each said words to the effect that they were concerned that the charges laid against Mr de Belin would have a negative effect of the upcoming season’s rating and would significantly dilute our future broadcast values,” Greenberg’s affidavit said.

A downturn in ratings will ultimately lead to lowering of the value of the broadcast rights, which has the potential to cause losses to the NRL in the hundreds of millions of dollars.

The present five-year television deal is worth $1.8thillion and expires in 2022. Greenberg said he feared a slide in ratings could be catastrophic for the NRL when it came to negotiating a new deal for the 2023 season and beyond.

“Broadcast revenue is the major revenue source of the NRL competition," Greenberg’s affidavit said.

“A downturn in ratings will ultimately lead to lowering of the value of the broadcast rights, which given the length of the broadcast contracts has the potential to cause losses to the NRL in the hundreds of millions of dollars.”

Abdo, meanwhile, revealed a $10 million loss – split between four separate sponsorship deals totalling $2.6 million and grassroots sponsorships worth $7.5 million over the next three years – had been incurred in the weeks after de Belin was charged with aggravated sexual assault in December. De Belin has pleaded not guilty.

Abdo also feared a further $8 million could be lost through six sponsorship deals up for renewal at the end of this year.

“I consider that the renewal of these agreements would have been very difficult in the present circumstances had not the NRL addressed sponsor concerns by implementing the stand down policy,” Abdo said in his affidavit.

“I base this opinion on the reaction of other sponsors or potential sponsors discussed above and, additionally, upon a communication received from (one) of the parties whose contract ends in 2019.”

Abdo also said he had been unable to have a conversation with new sponsors without the disastrous off-field player behaviour of the summer being raised.

“Even with the policy change implemented it is my opinion that we have suffered significant setbacks in the ability to commercialise our available sponsorship assets for the next 6-12 months because of the impact of the recent serious player behaviour incidents,” Abdo said.

“I cannot have a conversation with a current or prospective sponsor without this matter being raised.

“This will place us under financial pressure to achieve set revenue budgets for the 2019 and 2020 seasons, given that once the season kicks off, the majority of sponsorship properties linked to broadcast exposure decline as the rounds progress.”

Greenberg said the overwhelming feedback from sponsors was that "permitting players facing serious criminal charges like Mr de Belin to participate in the NRL Competition would from their own perspective damage both the reputation of the NRL Competition and their own brands".

He added: "A general decline by the NRL Competition in its attractiveness to sponsors will also in my view damage the future value of broadcast rights of the NRL Competition as this will impact negatively on the ability of the broadcasters to sell advertising and sponsorship to its broadcasters."

The NRL's outlining of the financial toll of off-field incidents comes as it emerged that de Belin had been selected as one of 32 of the game's most marketable players and offered a direct contract from League Central under the NRL's player marketing fund.

After the NSW State of Origin forward was charged, the NRL pulled their contract offer.

“The NRL after the charge made the decision to no longer offer Mr de Belin a contract because of the damage caused to the reputation of the NRL Competition if he was publicly held out as one of its chosen representatives,” Greenberg’s affidavit said
Surely, this will not effect code expansion?
Perth are primed ... Apparently.
SA still don't have a team.
Brisbane should have at least a couple more teams.
And the promise of a comparable women's game to the AFLW's within a couple years will still happen, surely.
Surely this is all budgeted for?


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it has caused short term damage..
but the game will recover it slowly already is...

quite amazing when De Belin is not even guilty yet.. and has stated his Innocents..


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Regarding LIC

i have deleted some of B.S posts in the past..
as it was just B.S and not tolerated..

but not the one you guys are running on about.


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Leeroy the problem is threads getting clogged up
He claims I've posted something .
I havnt
He repeats it over & over yet can't show where when repeatedly asked .
Then claims I must have deleted it .
Then continues on with the same crap .

I have posted a link to that thread where what I said about sponsorship is clearly stated .
He will ignore & just keep doing the same
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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Wed Apr 24, 2019 10:34 am it has caused short term damage..
but the game will recover it slowly already is...

quite amazing when De Belin is not even guilty yet.. and has stated his Innocents..
We always recover ...Might be a bit slower this time with the terrible off season
Hope the commission learnt something off Gilty about keeping things hush hush by using the afl hush money method .
Seems to work wonders down south .


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AFLcrap1 wrote: Wed Apr 24, 2019 10:45 am
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Wed Apr 24, 2019 10:34 am it has caused short term damage..
but the game will recover it slowly already is...

quite amazing when De Belin is not even guilty yet.. and has stated his Innocents..
We always recover ...Might be a bit slower this time with the terrible off season
Hope the commission learnt something off Gilty about keeping things hush hush by using the afl hush money method .
Seems to work wonders down south .
maybe the NRL could move into the 20th century and consider protecting their own reputation
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Lol by paying hush money .
Nope .
Not morally or ethically right .


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AFLcrap1 wrote: Wed Apr 24, 2019 10:39 am Leeroy the problem is threads getting clogged up
He claims I've posted something .
I havnt
He repeats it over & over yet can't show where when repeatedly asked .
Then claims I must have deleted it .
Then continues on with the same crap .

I have posted a link to that thread where what I said about sponsorship is clearly stated .
He will ignore & just keep doing the same
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=6576&start=90
i have been away the past week.. i missed his rants...

i just by>pass them
i give him zero attention..


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AFLcrap1 wrote: Wed Apr 24, 2019 10:45 am
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Wed Apr 24, 2019 10:34 am it has caused short term damage..
but the game will recover it slowly already is...

quite amazing when De Belin is not even guilty yet.. and has stated his Innocents..
We always recover ...Might be a bit slower this time with the terrible off season
Hope the commission learnt something off Gilty about keeping things hush hush by using the afl hush money method .
Seems to work wonders down south .
Common crap. You can't afford that!
Even if you wanted to.
Your integrity unit costs alone would be astronomical.
Especially considering the amount of work they're having to do these days.
It will be a minor miracle for you to last this broadcast cycle without a loan.


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AFLcrap1 wrote: Wed Apr 24, 2019 11:08 am Lol by paying hush money .
Nope .
Not morally or ethically right .
if both parties agree where's the harm?


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NlolRL wrote: Wed Apr 24, 2019 8:07 pm
AFLcrap1 wrote: Wed Apr 24, 2019 11:08 am Lol by paying hush money .
Nope .
Not morally or ethically right .
if both parties agree where's the harm?
hmmmm quite sketchy on the ol ethics front there aren’t ya nlol?

So let’s say if Afl player (a) decides to sexually abuse single mother working class woman (b) and Afl decides to ‘protect the brand’ and so offer single mother working class woman (b) a payout with a muzzle order attached... then single mother working class woman (b) accepts big payment and Afl player (a) lives happily ever after.

to you nlol everything is fine and dandy? There’s nothing morally wrong going on there?

So sketchy ... :/; [-X


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Yep excatly .
There's also th fact that an ordinary everyday woman has little hope going up against an organisation as powerful as the AFl .
Who seem to have a sympathetic media who fawn all over wrong doers ..oh what a wonderful,young man blah blah , & will more than likely drag the women's name through the mud .
It's disgusting .


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King-Eliagh wrote: Wed Apr 24, 2019 8:19 pm
NlolRL wrote: Wed Apr 24, 2019 8:07 pm
AFLcrap1 wrote: Wed Apr 24, 2019 11:08 am Lol by paying hush money .
Nope .
Not morally or ethically right .
if both parties agree where's the harm?
hmmmm quite sketchy on the ol ethics front there aren’t ya nlol?

So let’s say if Afl player (a) decides to sexually abuse single mother working class woman (b) and Afl decides to ‘protect the brand’ and so offer single mother working class woman (b) a payout with a muzzle order attached... then single mother working class woman (b) accepts big payment and Afl player (a) lives happily ever after.

to you nlol everything is fine and dandy? There’s nothing morally wrong going on there?

So sketchy ... :/; [-X
what sort of person takes money over pressing charges for sexual assault?


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