Mark the Week: I'm not sure why players don't want Silver Lake deal

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Publish Date
Fri, 30 Apr 2021, 2:49PM
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Mark the Week: I'm not sure why players don't want Silver Lake deal

Author
Newstalk ZB ,
Publish Date
Fri, 30 Apr 2021, 2:49PM
At the end of each week, Mike Hosking takes you through the big ticket items and lets you know what he makes of it all.
"The more I know, the more it makes sense.
And why the Players Association, in other words the union, don’t want it, I don’t get."
"A symbol of all that is wrong with this country's biggest city and engine room.
A failed shambles and an ideological minefield.
When business owners are suing the city, you know it's out of control."
"A signal for the rest of the planet. They have a date for their bubble with Hong Kong.
They want Australia in, they want the world back, and they want to be seen as the country leading the way.
That's what we need more of, aspiration.
And that’s why they got made number one for their Covid response this week."  
Disneyland Reopening: 7/10
"It's open again, and was part of a real week of global hope.
From Britain, to Italy, to the US and beyond, restrictions are being lifted, needles are in arms, and there is hope in the air."
"The Queen Street of entertainment.
Once fun, enjoyed, followed, and watched.
Now each year they still set records, but for the number of people who no longer can be bothered."
"In a week they officially put Brexit to bed, a reminder of just what a bunch of narrow minded, miserly navel gazers the EU are."
"I don’t like them, but so what?
They're hot, they're the “it” shoe of the pandemic, and they're a success story.
They go along with all the other success stories we heard from this week in the US reporting season."
"Conferences and an expanded competition, it's got real potential."
"Still good, but not that good.
Proof that the Warriors have moved on."
LISTEN ABOVE FOR MIKE HOSKING'S FULL WEEK IN REVIEW