Talk:Mark Geyer

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Proposed changes[edit]

A few parts that I wonder whether we can get some sources, or just be revised:

  • Geyer "was seen as so good as to be impossible to omit from the Kangaroo Tour (1990)" - POV.
  • "was only denied the Clive Churchill Medal by having been sin-binned earlier" (1991) - not sure about that. Conjectures like that follows every grand final.
  • References to Geyer's contract "being cancelled" by Penrith following Ben Alexander's death.
  • "decimated by suspensions totalling sixteen games due to Geyer's inability to control his feelings (1996-7)" - how about "disciplinary problems"?
  • "He is probably the first rugby player to maintain his own website." - needs a reference. Also, he's a rugby LEAGUE player, please :)

Other than that, a good article.--Alexio 05:17, 26 August 2006 (UTC)

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