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Mick Potter.


Would just like say what a great guy.

Think he was treated a bit unfairly by

Saints . But the way he stuck by the

Bulls leaves him with great credit.

Well done Mick , all the very best to

you & yours , when you return back

to Oz .

posted on 16/9/12

Yes I agree, Mick was a real

Hero in continuing on in an

Unpaid capacity at the Bulls.

He is an excellent coach and

I am sure he leaves Super

League with everyone's best

wishes.

posted on 16/9/12

Top marks to the man for continuing to coach the Bulls without wages. Best of luck to him in the future.

posted on 16/9/12

I've admired Mick for many years, but the way he volunteered to keep on coaching the Bulls for no pay for 3 or 4 months just shows how dedicated the guy is to do his best for the club & fans.

It's a great shame he has decided to head home down under, but perhaps he has lost his appetite for SL, and just needs a change of scene & club for a season or two. I'm convinced we have not heard the last of Mick - in fact I reckon by 2015 he will be back in SL where he belongs.

posted on 18/9/12

Agreed, a man if great loyalty and morales.

posted on 20/9/12

There is a whisper around Sydney that Potter might be offered the job of coaching the Wests-Tigers as it appears the knives are out for the current coach Tim Sheens after yet another ordinary season added to what looks like a players revolt....

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