Tag: Jarryd Hayne

Queensland legend says Titans should keep both Neil Henry and Jarryd Hayne

Premiership-winner Justin Hodges has echoed Australian Coach Mal Meninga believing the Gold Coast Titans should make Jarryd Hayne captain of the club. But the former Australian and Queensland centre has gone a step further saying the Titans should also keep embattled coach Neil Henry. “As for his [Hayne’s] relationship with Neil Henry, I don’t really […]

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Gold Coast made one very big mistake when they signed Jarryd Hayne: Sattler

Former Gold Coast Titans official Scott Sattler believes the club was right in signing enigmatic star Jarryd Hayne but made the mistake of offering the former Dally M winner an option in his favour as part of contract negotiations. Sattler has told NRL.com that giving the fullback an option to stay in his second season […]

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Cleary calls on Wests Tigers fans to get to Campbelltown for Hayne clash

Wests Tigers Coach Ivan Cleary has called on fans to get to Campbelltown Stadium on Friday night for their clash with Minto junior Jarryd Hayne’s Gold Coast Titans. Cleary believes Wests Tigers aren’t far away from a victory. “Preparations have been very good this week,” Cleary told the club’s website. “Last week was really disappointing […]

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Mundine takes shot at Blues selectors after Roberts snub

Former State of Origin player and boxing champion Anthony Mundine has taken a shot at Blues selectors after James Roberts was overlooked for makeshift Centre Jarryd Hayne. “Why on earth wouldn’t NSW pick the most dynamic player in the game ?” Mundine wrote on Facebook. “James Roberts ! They pick jarrod (sic) Hayne in centres […]

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Wests Tigers should bring back Tim Sheens, sign Ivan Cleary as coach and Jarryd Hayne as five-eigth

BY CURTIS WOODWARD If the Wests Tigers Intrust Super Premiership side were not struggling too you’d be more inclined to hand Luke Brooks and Mitchell Moses the axe to reserves rather than a juicy, new upgrade to their contracts. But that’s the way the cookie crumbles. Ain’t it grand being a modern day NRL half? […]

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