Casualty Ward: Round 4 – Benji Marshall cleared of serious injury

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first_imgBrisbane Broncos Broncos pair Corey Oates and Tevita Pangai jnr were the casualties to come out of the 9-7 win over Wests Tigers on Friday night. Sam Thaiday received treatment for a nasty head gash but remained on the field. Tevita Pangai jnr (hamstring, scans to confirm extent of damage) Andre Savelio (knee, season) Jordan Kahu (jaw, round 9-12) Corey Oates (hip, scans to confirm extent of damage)Canberra RaidersThe Raiders had no injuries from their 20-19 loss to the Warriors. Joseph Tapine could return in round four. Josh Hodgson told the Fox League coverage in the loss on Saturday that he is on track for a round 16-18 return.Charlie Gubb (groin, indefinite)Josh Hodgson (knee, round 18)Joseph Tapine (finger, round 4)Canterbury BulldogsJosh Cleeland (ankle, indefinite)Cronulla SharksJayson Bukuya left the field against the Eels and didn’t return as a precaution with groin tightness. Josh Dugan failed to finish the game with an ankle injury but is not a concern. Braden Uele has overcome rib damage to play for Newtown in the Intrust Super Premiership over the weekend. Matt Moylan and Luke Lewis could be fit for round four against premiers Melbourne.Sione Katoa (broken jaw, round 6)Luke Lewis (foot, round 4)Matt Moylan (hamstring, round 4)Jayson Bukuya (groin, to be monitored)Braden Uele (ribs, round 4)Gold Coast TitansThe Titans have a clean bill of health apart from off-season recruit Jack Stockwell, who is at least another week away from a shoulder injury.Jack Stockwell (shoulder, round 4)Manly Sea EaglesThe Sea Eagles had no injury concerns to come out of their loss with the Rabbitohs. Dylan Walker is pushing for a return against the Raiders on Saturday but is only an outside chance. Dylan Walker (leg/ankle, round 4/5)Melbourne StormKenny Bromwich was a late scratching for the Storm on Thursday night and will be monitored. Felise Kaufusi is a strong chance of returning in round four, according to coach Craig Bellamy. Sandor Earl (knee, season)Kenny Bromwich (back)Jahrome Hughes (shoulder, round 4)Felise Kaufusi (hamstring, round 4)Newcastle KnightsConnor Watson suffered a shoulder dislocation during Newcastle’s clash with the Roosters on Sunday night and could be set for surgery, which would mean an extended stint on the sidelines. Chris Heighington was ruled out of the match with a hip flexor injury.Dylan Phythian (ACL, round 6)Chris Heighington (hip flexor, indefinite)Connor Watson (shoulder, round 15)North Queensland CowboysShaun Fensom (leg, round 4) Kane Linnett (pectoral, indefinite) Lachlan Coote (hamstring, round 4)Josh Chudleigh (knee, indefinite)Parramatta EelsJarryd Hayne and Bevan French will have scans on their injuries coming out of the loss to the Sharks. Josh Hoffman and Kane Evans also picked up injuries in a nightmare evening for the Blue & Gold. Tepai Moeroa received treatment during the game but was not a concern post-match. Clint Gutherson (knee, round 8)Brad Takairangi (eye socket, round 10)Jarryd Hayne (hip flexor, scans to confirm extent of damage)Bevan French (shoulder, scans to confirm extent of damage)Penrith PanthersThe big injury out of the round was Nathan Cleary and the halfback is set to miss 10 weeks with an MCL injury. Utility Tyrone May remains on track for round five. In better news for the Panthers, Tyrone Phillips is a strong chance of an early return from a pectoral tear.Nathan Cleary (knee, round 13)Tyrone May (knee, running, round 5)Sam McKendry (knee, season)Tyrone Phillips (pectoral, round 10)Dallin Watene-Zelezniak (jaw, round 7)South Sydney RabbitohsCampbell Graham (hand, indefinite)Adam Reynolds (knee, round 4-5)Tyrell Fuimaono (dislocated toe, round 14)St George Illawarra DragonsNo injuries.Sydney RoostersDaniel Tupou (pectoral, round 13-15)WarriorsFormer skipper Simon Mannering is expected to return from a shoulder injury as the Warriors look to secure four wins in a row to start a season for the first time in club history.Gerard Beale (leg, round 8)Isaiah Papali’i (knee, round 8)Nathaniel Roache (neck, season)Simon Mannering (shoulder, round 4)Wests TigersBenji Marshall had scans on an ankle injury suffered in the second half of the side’s loss to the Broncos and remained in a moon boot over the weekend. The injury is not as serious as first feared and he is a strong chance to play against Parramatta on Easter Monday. Marshall will be named in the No.6 jersey on Tuesday and given every chance to prove his fitness. Tyson Gamble is set to be named on the bench as cover for Marshall while Tuimoala Lolohea is set to return from a knee injury and could also be used at five-eighth if needed. Josh Reynolds is two weeks away from a return from his hamstring injury.Jacob Liddle (shoulder, round 4)Tui Lolohea (knee, round 4)Josh Reynolds (hamstring, round 5)Benji Marshall (ankle, round 4)last_img read more


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first_img « PRIVATE BLOG: Domestic v International Perspective COMMENT: Mr Armstrong, I want to thank you for I listened to the forecasts of analysts who said Europe and Emerging Markets were the best places to invest because the US was overpriced and would crash. I was introduced to you by a friend. I listened. I cut my losses and switched to the domestic market. Your analysis saved my future.I cannot thank you enough.HAREPLY: I was a hedge fund manager. I used to manage a fund for Deutsche Bank (Track Record). The reason analysis is so bad is because of regulation. We have the SEC & CFTC and the regulations between them are incompatible. You could never have a fund domestically where you would actually hire a fund manager who made that decision for you. Because of the regulation, you had fragmentation. Funds that sold Munis, other tech, others IPOs, high growth, etc., etc. etc. There was no domestic fund that would make those decisions for you because there was no single entity that served as the regulator as is the case outside the United States. Too many chiefs and no Indians, as they say.The offshore hedge fund began, not a real hedge, but as a fund where the manager made the decision and could invest in anything. Today, hedge funds have lost their way. The idea that they would offer an alternative strategy that would move opposite to standard funds was really a sales job. Often, hedge funds have not performed because of biased domestic views. That was NEVER the way I managed the fund. I was named “Hedge Fund Manager of the Year” back in 1998 because my strategy was to make that decision on a global scale of what to be in and out of. I was not trying to lose money deliberately as a hedge when the market rallied and I saw its mirror image. I never got that idea of a hedge fund nonsense. My job was to pick the winners on a global scale and avoid the danger areas like Russian back in 1998.If we look at the world in REAL VALUE terms, that means we MUST look at everything filtered through currency. Here is our index of the world. We take Europe and Asia, combine the indices and then replot them in dollars. This clearly shows that we ABSOLUTELY MUST include currency into the analysis. We can see that the US share market has dramatically outperformed everything else in the world.I had to always consider geopolitical risks. Knowing when there was a risk of war or political uprising was important. Understanding the trends in weather was critical, as was evident from the Great Depression. Even keeping an eye on earthquakes and correlating that to the global economy was also obvious from hist – e.g. the 1923 Japan Earthquake and the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake that eventually contributed to the creation of the Federal Reserve. The realization that the world economy was dynamic meant we had to respect the various different influences each factor played in the outcome of the whole.Yet, none of this would be possible without also considering capital flows and currency movements. The currency became the means for capital to vote on a global scale as to who it trusted and who it did not. Here we can see that the British pound reached $9.97 in 1864 against the dollar. It fell to $1.03 in 1985. The trend of the currency cannot be ignored.Here are the share markets based in euros. All peaked in 1999 to 2000, except Spain which entered the euro late. How any analyst could recommend Europe two years ago was just nuts. This demonstrates that they do not understand international capital flows or the importance of the currency in making such forecasts. Now, look at the European share markets that are NOT in the Eurozone. They have all made record highs. The difference has been the currency and regulations pouring out of Brussels with self-interest in maintaining the European Project, even though it has failed.This is not my opinion v everyone else. This is simply looking at the facts, not propaganda, and letting the fact lead to the conclusion. Categories: Foreign Exchange, Stock Indicies Tags: Capital flows, Hedge Funds Central Banks Buying Equities »last_img read more