Sully answers cap cheating queries before dumbasses get to ask them: report

Sully: speaking plain English so deadshits can understand. Image credit Fox Sports.

Sully: speaking plain English so deadshits can understand. Image credit Fox Sports.

Sometimes you need to speak in plain English to silence the doubters who can barely speak it, such as your typical fucking Rabbitohs fan.

It’s for this very reason that I loved the article from Michael Chammas in the SMH this morning. Questions have always been raised about the “rorters”cheating the salary cap, usually by Rabbitohs fans who are dumb enough to make the accusation even when we suck.

So when we signed Luke O’Donnell, combined with the signings of James Maloney, Michael Jennings and Sonny-Bill Williams, those same imbeciles were poised to make the same dogshit accusations in lieu of their team sucking this year while the Roosters potentially dominate.

In that vein, Peter O’Sullivan went on the offensive and gave a matter of fact answer that nullifies every question possible. Here’s the snippet from the Herald:

Questions have been raised over the Roosters’ ability to sign James Maloney, Sonny Bill Williams, Michael Jennings and now Luke O’Donnell, without going over the $5.8 million salary cap for this year.

But Roosters recruitment guru Peter O’Sullivan, who capped off a golden summer in the player market by extending Mitchell Pearce’s contract for another four years, said the side’s roster for this season was a result of good management.

”It’s pretty simple – the salary cap went up and we had money to spend,” O’Sullivan said.

”The other thing is that we had a significant sum left over last year. We left some money up our sleeve and that obviously carries over and gives us extra spending this year.”

Yeah. All that’s left to say after that is: “Get fucked”.

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One response to “Sully answers cap cheating queries before dumbasses get to ask them: report

  1. Pingback: An overly-long response to accusations of salary cap cheating and corruption against the Sydney Roosters | 26 Rounds·

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