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Danny Buderus

Danny Buderus’ playing was career was between 1997-2008, and he returned to the red and blue from 2012 to 2013, and he served as coach in 2015. The club’s most capped player with 257 games that will be hard to top. Gifted with attitude and skill Danny is arguably this clubs most loyal servant. Danny on changes in the club – 2012 Danny on the ’97 parade Danny on coaches Danny on the future Danny on his coaching Danny on pride

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KNIGHTS KORBIN SIMS TO FACE JUDICIARY

Korbin Sims will front the judiciary tomorrow, hoping to be cleared to face the Panthers on Saturday. Jamie Soward is likely to miss the battle to avoid the wooden spoon. PANTHERS v KNIGHTS Final Round MAMO\ROSS\S.MATA’UTAI\GAGAI\UATE GIDLEY(c)\ROBERTS SNOWDEN\CLYDSDALE\K.SIMS SCOTT\T.SIMS HOUSTON Bench: Tapine, Mataora, Randell, Newton

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NEWCASTLE KNIGHTS SET TO REPLACE COACH RICK STONE

The Newcastle Knights have sacked coach Rick Stone, citing his position with the club as untenable. Danny Buderus will step in as interim coach until season’s end while the Club goes through a formal process to appoint the 2016 coach. The Newcastle Knights CEO Matt Gidley said in a statement, “We thank Rick for his efforts and loyalty over a long period of time and while these decisions are never easy, it was made in the best interests of the Club,”. The Knights have won just two of their last 14 games this season.

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KNIGHTS UNVEIL NEW COACHES

Good news for the Knights with four players, including the Mata’utia brothers, picked in the Samoan train on squad, while Beau Scott, Kurt Gidley and Willie Mason were named in the Kangaroos squad. Meanwhile Newcastle has unveiled new additions to the coaching ranks for 2015.

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NEWCASTLE KNIGHTS FAREWELL BUDERUS IN STYLE

The perfect send off for Knights legend Danny Buderus – Newcastle whipping the wooden spooners in front of a big crowd. Buderus played a starring role in his final home game in the blue and red, as the Knights punished the Eels. The Sea Eagles finish the regular season in 4th…despite being ambushed by Penrith at Brookvale Oval.

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