Phil Gould is a League Columnist for The Sydney Morning Herald
Phil Gould South Sydney's demolition of the Roosters last Friday night was one of the most powerful and complete performances I have seen from a team in a big game for many years.
Phil Gould I don't know Russell Crowe, but I have long been an admirer of what he has done for the South Sydney club and the game of rugby league.
Phil Gould Set of six
Phil Gould There has been much talk in recent times regarding the possibility of a player draft being introduced to the NRL competition.
Phil Gould Why the Bulldogs and Roosters are the favourites for this week's final matches.
Phil Gould There is no doubt the Roosters are the form team in the competition as we head into week one of the finals.
Phil Gould I’ve been asked many times in recent weeks to speak about the huge turnaround in the Panthers over the past few years.
Phil Gould How good was Johnathan Thurston on Saturday night? League fans have been privileged over the past quarter of a century to be able to marvel at the skills of six of the greatest ever Australian rugby...
Phil Gould Thank God for the players! If not for them, rugby league would be an absolute circus.
Phil Gould The NRL has announced the blueprint for the future of refereeing. Fair enough.
Phil Gould Manly coach Geoff Toovey is 100 per cent correct in his criticism concerning the lack of reward given to teams who win the minor premiership.
Phil Gould In my column earlier this season, I wrote: ‘‘Two rules that were introduced to the NRL this season need to be altered as soon as possible.
Phil Gould The last time South Sydney won a premiership most people still had black-and-white television sets. That's if they actually owned a TV – 1971 was such a long time ago.
Phil Gould Well, one thing we learned on Friday night is that there is definitely no “give-up” in the Newcastle Knights.
Phil Gould The way Anthony Griffin has dealt with his sacking by the Broncos stamped this man as all class.
Phil Gould What do you make of the whole Mick Potter/ Wests Tigers saga? Actually, it’s more than just the Tigers and Potter. This stuff is happening everywhere. The world has gone crazy.
Phil Gould I don’t think I’ve ever seen as many matches as I have seen this year in which coaches have selected players out of position to fill holes caused by injuries and suspensions.
Phil Gould South Sydney Rabbitohs 50 Newcastle Knights 10. I was not expecting that kind of a scoreline.
Phil Gould The announcement on Monday that 2014 will be Anthony Minichiello’s final season in the NRL should give the Roosters further incentive to win back-to-back titles and send out their popular...
Phil Gould 1. Never get tired of winning, Blues