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Hot property in Broncos stars’ plans for life after sport

first_img One of two properties currently owned by D Boyd. Boyd is currently redeveloping this Paddington property.Early last year Boyd also bought a Paddington home for $1.205m with plans to redevelop the site into luxury homes.Running on with the Broncos 12 jersey Friday night is Tevita Junior Pangai, who last year bought two properties, according to CoreLogic records, one of which was $649,000 in Hidden Valley, Yeppoon. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus8 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market8 hours agoThe second was a $250,000 block at Logan Reserve where a new house was approved for build at a cost of $277,712. An apartment in this Indooroopilly complex is listed to young star P Hass.Even young Broncos’ prop, number 10 Payne Haas, has begun his property journey, buying an apartment off the plan in Indooroopilly a year ago for $590,000.Fellow prop Thomas Flegler has also kicked off his property adventures with a $595,000 Everton Hills property according to CoreLogic records.Second rower Joe Ofahengaue is among the newbies, having bought a $750,000 house in February this year at The Gap, while records show Patrick Carrigan chose Holland Park West ($640,000 house). Joe Ofaghengaue at Broncos training at Red Hill . Picture: Annette DewThe Broncos run on at 7.55pm Friday night, with fans hoping for a spirited outing against the Melbourne Storm. BACKS: 1 Fullback Anthony Milford, 2 Winger Herbie Farnworth, 3 Centre Kotoni Staggs, 4 Centre Darius Boyd, 5 Winger Xavier Coates, 6 Five-Eighth Brodie Croft, 7 Halfback Tom Dearden. FORWARDS: 8 Prop Thomas Flegler, 9 Hooker Cory Paix, 10 Prop Payne Haas, 11 2nd Row Joe Ofahengaue, 12 2nd Row Tevita Pangai Junior, 13 Lock Patrick Carrigan. INTERCHANGE: 14 Tyson Gamble, 15 Rhys Kennedy, 16 Jamil Hopoate, 17 Ben Te’o. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK 78 Harding Street, Hendra, sold for $1.86m just weeks before Queensland’s COVID-19 lockdown.The deal was struck just weeks before Queensland went into COVID-19 lockdown and it was not the only property that Boyd and wife Kayla redeveloped.They bought a holiday unit at Broadbeach Boulevard in Broadbeach on the Gold Coast for $500,000 two years ago, and set about renovating it to a modern space that they planned to lease out for short-term visits. MORE: Where house prices fell most amid COVID-19 Anthony Milford at Broncos training at Red Hill . Picture: Annette Dew.They may be running on against Melbourne Storm with a terrible rap sheet tonight, but at least some Brisbane Broncos have begun plans for life after sport, sinking mega salaries into property. Record $6.6 million sale for Gold Coast mansioncenter_img One of two properties listed to A Milford in Forest Lake, QLD.The NRL’s Round 11 kicks off at Suncorp Stadium Friday night for the Broncos against the Storm, with Anthony Milford running out in the number one jersey as fullback.Milford is one of three Broncos whose names are listed as owning two properties; with the two others being centre Darius Boyd, who is a mega property investor; and tough second rower Tevita Junior Pangai.Milford has been putting his mega salary to work, with two properties listed in his name, according to CoreLogic property records, both of which are in the suburb where he did part of his schooling, Forest Lake. Game time: How Anthony Milford’s property at Forest Lake was marketed when he bought it.One was listed as having been bought five years ago for $631,500 and the other two years ago for $590,000. Milford is the highest paid player in the Broncos team and has been focused on his young family as his mainstay through the current tough losses faced by the team, according to a report in The Courier-Mail on Thursday.But it is former captain Boyd who has embraced the real estate investment game wholeheartedly, having just sold a stunning home at 78 Harding Street in Hendra for $1.86m. 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Townsend: Eze’s an incredible talent

first_imgRelatedPosts Gundogan tests positive for coronavirus Derby County want Jordon Ibe EPL: Crystal Palace stun sloppy Man U Crystal Palace star, Andros Townsend, has hailed Eberechi Eze as an “incredible talent” following his impressive displays since he joined the Eagles.The 22-year-old was handed his full debut as Roy Hodgson’s men bowed out 11-10 on penalties to Bournemouth in the English League Cup on Tuesday evening. Eze played all minutes, converted his penalty kick during the shootout after the score stood at 0-0 at full time, nevertheless, Palace bowed to Jason Tindall’s side at Dean Court.And Townsend, who featured for 20 minutes having replaced Nya Kirby, claimed the Anglo-Nigerian has all the raw tools to rise to the very top of the sport.“It’s no secret we didn’t score enough goals last season, so obviously you have to bring players in,” the 29-year-old winger told the club website.“Eze is an incredible talent, and what he has shown so far is that he will be one for the future. Great business and it freshens up our attack.”The England international also reflected on his team’s defeat while looking forward to Saturday’s fixture against Manchester United. “It was a difficult one [to take],” he admitted. “The standard of penalties was incredible.“And obviously we knew someone had to be the villain and someone had to be the hero, and unfortunately Wayne Hennessey was brilliant in the game, but he and Luka missed a penalty.“I was actually the one who missed against Colchester in the cup last season, so I know exactly how those boys are feeling.“You just want the ground to swallow you up. But it’s part and parcel of football and we’ve got a big game on Saturday and if we win on Saturday [then] this is all forgotten about.”Eze joined the Selhurst Park giants on a five-year deal worth £17 million after consistently featuring for QPR as they finished 13th in the Championship. He has featured for England U20 and the U21 teams but he is still eligible to play for the Nigeria national team if he chooses.The 22-year-old, who has been a target for the Super Eagles, has previously revealed he is yet to decide on his international future.Tags: Andros TownsendBournemouthCrystal PalaceEberechi EzeJason TindallRoy Hodgsonlast_img read more