What the deal with gas cooling means for Newcastle’s new deal
CricInfo has confirmed Newcastle Jets have signed a new two-year deal with Qantas.
The Jets signed a two-season deal with the Australian airline in October, and will be paid about $1 million per season.
It is understood the new deal will see the Jets keep the option to sign another player in the next two seasons.
The signing of the Jets is a blow to the Blues and their fans, who were expecting a big jump in revenue.
Qantas’ new deal with Newcastle will be worth $1.5 million a season.
But Qantadbs boss Peter Fitzpatrick says the club will be back on top in the coming years.
He told the Newcastle Herald: “Qantadbbs will be the financial powerhouse that we all have hoped for and that we have worked so hard to build up and it is an enormous achievement.”
Qantabbs will continue to be Qantads financial powerhouse, Fitzpatrick saysThe Jets are currently the fourth-highest-earning club in the NRL, with an average of $9.2 million a year.
But Fitzpatrick said the deal will help the club.
“We are excited about the opportunities we have in our future, and we are also excited about this exciting new partnership with QANTABBS,” he said.
“It will enable us to continue to grow and build our football department, which is a key part of our football portfolio.”
The Club is a global football authority, and this partnership is another step in our journey to becoming the most financially strong club in Australian football.
“He said the team would have to maintain a high level of financial performance in order to maintain its position as the NRL’s top club.