Impatient NRL coaches ‘dirty as hell’

5/05/2020 9:30:00 AM

A stumbling block in the NRL’s timetabled return to action has frustrated some coaches desperate to get their hands back on their players.

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A stumbling block in the NRL’s timetabled return to action has frustrated some coaches desperate to get their hands back on their players.

Some NRL coaches are reportedly “dirty” they haven’t been able to get back to training today as players take time to digest all the information they’ve received after returning to their clubs this week.

The Warriors were pictured training in the northern NSW city of Tamworth after flying in from New Zealand on Sunday but most other clubs had the day off so players could digest the new information they were handed yesterday, something Channel 9 reporter Danny Weidler says has left some coaches filthy.

t.“You can imagine some of the personalities in the coaching ranks who have been sitting there stewing, wanting to get their hands on their players and tell them what to do and test everything about them, their fitness.Source:Getty ImagesThe Gold Coast star will need to explain his position to the NRL and may need to sign a waiver if he is to be allowed to play,

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The 10 greatest players of NRL era namedImmortal Joey Johns was pipped by a Queensland great. 😮 We all know joey is no.1 though So the headline is that Johns is second bust? Curious weighting. balancedreporting

NRL players won't be forced to vaccinate, download tracing app.NRL players will not be forced to download the federal government’s COVIDSafe app or get the flu vaccine to play, although the latter group will be asked to sign a waiver form. NRL This isn’t news NRL What the hell does the Flu vaccine have to do with covid? NRL No of course they won't... they don't have time between Circle Jerks!

Molan schools Freddy over rogue NRL starsThe NRL found itself in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons over the past week thanks to several stars flaunting government protocols put in place to help slow the spread of coronavirus. Is NRL National Rugby League? When it has a team from NZ? 🤔 This world is getting soft. That’s not a schooling. A schooling is Sister Veronica in 1976, ripping the cane across a kindergarten kid’s knuckles She is the daughter of our Jim Molan.

NRL clubs prepare for training restart | Sky News AustraliaNRL clubs will take part in a biosecurity information briefing before training resumes on Tuesday ahead of the season relaunch on May 28.\n\nThere will be an initial ban on contact drills - including tackling - and teams will be limited to groups of 10 or less.\n\nRandom checks will occur to ensure players are adhering to strict coronavirus guidelines.\n\nThe New Zealand Warriors flew into Tamworth on Sunday night, where they will isolate for 14 days while the Melbourne Storm were forced to relocate to Albury after their request to train was rejected by the Victoria n government.\n\n'We know there are other NRL clubs seeking to come into NSW to train from other states and territories,' NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller said.\n\n'This is all about employment and the NRL were not the first group to come forward - Clubs NSW and the CHA were in contact trying to get their pubs and clubs open again.'\n\nImage: News Corp Australia Yes, just in case they catch a cold; and if they do; they will be held ransom ! Biosecurity, information, acting responsibly ........we are talking about NRL players (dumber than dog shit).

'Like their first day at school': NRL players back after long lay-offNRL players greeted each other today for the first time since the competition was suspended, 42 days ago, but training is set to be delayed a further 24 hours

Gal: Why I fear for next NRL offender'The next player who stuffs up... I think it's a season ban at minimum.' 9News NRL Idiots Tip: don't offend! Just goes to show what losers they are. But it is so disappointing that their behavior and lack of punishment is seen by so many young kids, who will grow up thinking and behaving like them as being the acceptable way to do so

Yesterday, footy stars reported for duty after a lengthy lay-off to be briefed on new biosecurity measures designed to ensure the season can restart on May 28.01:16 "It's interesting with Jason's career, and it's a lesson to all kids about perseverance and the importance of self-belief as well, if you remember back in the Under-20s competition he was dynamic.Play video But despite all players being subjected to strict biosecurity protocols which will be explained during an education day at all 16 clubs on Monday, the anti-vaxxers are not likely to be banned from training and playing if they don’t consent to the jab.Latrell Mitchell, Josh Addo-Carr and Nathan Cleary all came under the microscope after going against guidelines by being pictured and filmed with large gatherings.

A strict set of guidelines have been put in place that essentially limits players to their home and the training paddock as the NRL tries to minimise the risk of anyone contracting coronavirus and placing the new-look season in jeopardy. Initially, Monday was the date set for a return to training so teams could complete a mini pre-season before the resumption of the season, but concerns over a payment deal between the players and the NRL set things back a bit. He then went into a two-year lull, he lacked confidence, he lacked self-belief, they started to use him in shorter minutes and question his work ethic and then all of a sudden he came out of that and stopped listening to the negatives and stopped listening to people criticising him and started to put his own skill forward believing in himself. The Warriors were pictured training in the northern NSW city of Tamworth after flying in from New Zealand on Sunday but most other clubs had the day off so players could digest the new information they were handed yesterday, something Channel 9 reporter Danny Weidler says has left some coaches filthy. The RLPA has strongly advised its members to adhere to the NRL flu vaccine edict, but won’t force anyone to abide by it. “They’re supposed to only return to training either tomorrow or Thursday,” Weidler said on the Big Sports Breakfas t." - Phil Gould "He's also taken it to the next level with the Tongan team and the impact he's had with that. “The players were told to take today off to consider everything they’ve been dealing with. Rugby league players are held to a higher standard than the rest of society, I can understand that,” Gallen said.

“Privately, coaches are dirty as hell about that. (AAP) 8. The NRL and RLPA will still allow players a personal choice over whether they install the app on their phone after critics expressed privacy concerns over their data being accessed. They wanted to start today. They can’t believe they have to wait another day. "The biggest thing Cooper did was get the most out of himself. “You can imagine some of the personalities in the coaching ranks who have been sitting there stewing, wanting to get their hands on their players and tell them what to do and test everything about them, their fitness. "It's important they download the app because that is our best protection. “They’re really dirty they’re not getting the chance to train them as of today. To be able to come from Melbourne where everyone gets aligned with Cameron Smith and everything is because of Cameron Smith, to the Roosters and not only beat Melbourne in a Grand Final with one arm, which was possibly the best performance I've nearly ever seen, and then back it up again to be the first team. I feel like there’s also a lot of cloud around what you’re allowed and not allowed to do and the first two of Latrell and Addo-Carr showed a lot of disrespect.

” The Warriors are back in action but other clubs will need to wait. Source:Getty Images STAR’S FLU SHOT STANCE ‘UNACCEPTABLE’ Bryce Cartwright won’t accept a flu shot even after the NRL said it was compulsory for all players to receive the vaccination before the season restarts." - Brad Fittler "(The 2018 Grand Final) is the stuff of legend because I wonder how that story will be told in the future. "I'm sure that they will all feel comfortable and move forward. The Gold Coast star will need to explain his position to the NRL and may need to sign a waiver if he is to be allowed to play, reports. Cartwright and his partner Shanelle are well known anti-vaxxers, and have refused to vaccinate their children. He was a student of the game. Former Cronulla and NSW prop Martin Lang said on Twitter Cartwright’s stance was “unacceptable”." While players won't be forced into either vaccinations or downloading the COVID-19 tracing app, they will be forced to sit through an education day on Monday. I think Josh Addo-Carr approached him and said my cousins are doing it tough and Latrell said I’m looking after the brothers, come on over,” Molan said.

The Titans back-rower will need to speak to NRL chief medical officer Dr Paul Bloomfield, who will assess Cartwright’s situation. He was also playing with a great group of players which contributed to that, but he contributed to their greatness as well. Bryce Cartwright has to answer to the NRL. Source:News Corp Australia BELLAMY HAS CONCERNS OVER PLAYER WELFARE Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy has expressed concern about the safety and welfare of NRL players over the shortage of contact work they will do before the competition’s scheduled resumption later this month. So they sat down and said what are we going to do about the game plan and he said just do what you've been doing all week and I'll just walk around as a decoy and they'll think we're doing something different. The players will also be shown an explanatory video featuring Dr David Heslop, who drafted the biosecurity measures. Squad sessions will resume on Wednesday, but permission for contact isn’t expected to be granted until later in the week. That means players will potentially have under three weeks of work in that crucial area before the scheduled May 28 restart." - Phil Gould "(The move to Sydney) was huge for his career because a lot of the talk would be around playing in between Cameron Smith and Billy Slater, but then he went to the Roosters and changed a few things there from a club point of view. It’s almost we’re all in this together, except us.

No games have been played for six weeks and Bellamy said Melbourne would definitely have to change their philosophy. They will also receive the full 40 page protocol document and be talked through each part of the protocol by the club staff member who has been designated to take the players through the presentation. “For me, it feels unrealistic to expect them to, after what they’ve had off, to have three weeks’ preparation and be ready, but that’s the situation we are in,” Bellamy told Fox League Live." - Andrew Johns Cooper Cronk during the 2019 NRL finals. “I’m a little bit concerned I suppose, not about our team, but I suppose about players’ safety or welfare with the lack of contact. “I think we are going to be able to start contact on Saturday you’d love to be able to start it on Wednesday. GREG INGLIS RECORD: 263 games (149 tries), 32 Origins (18 tries), 39 Tests (31 tries); premiership (2014), Clive Churchill Medal (2007) , Dally M Five-Eighth of the Year (2008), Dally M Fullback of the Year (2013), 2x Dally M Representative Player of the Year (2008, 2009), Golden Boot Award (2009), Wally Lewis Medal 2009. “We’re not going to just let them go bashing into each other straight away, they are going to have to let their bodies adjust, but come Saturday I think there’s only about two-and-a-half weeks before the first game. P.

” Melbourne won their two games before the competition was suspended. He had the talent at club level to play virtually wherever he liked. Storm players on Monday returned to AAMI Park for the first time in over a month. “It’s been very difficult times for guys to train and for some guys it will be very hard to stay motivated. He showed what a great athlete he was to accommodate to that very quickly.” Bellamy said. “But seeing them today, they all look OK, but come Wednesday or Thursday that will tell us the true story. (Sydney Morning Herald) 6.G : “This is it, this is the line in the sand moment, it’s here.

” A total of 50 Storm players and staff will on Tuesday travel to Albury as the state of emergency in place in Victoria prevents the team training at its home ground, forcing it across the border into NSW. “I’m not quite sure how long we are going to be up there, it could be five days it could be four of five weeks, who knows?” Bellamy said. Brad Fittler during the 2002 NRL grand final. “We’d like to think as it goes on as the restrictions start easing off a touch that we will be allowed to train in Melbourne hopefully in the near future.” He hoped Josh Addo-Carr and other NRL players would learn from the star winger’s recent breaches of social distancing laws. BILLY SLATER RECORD: 319 games (190 tries), 31 Origins (12 tries), 30 Tests (27 tries); 2x premierships (2012, 2017), 2x Clive Churchill Medal (2009, 2017), Dally M Medal (2011), 3x Dally M Fullback of the Year (2008, 2011, 2017), Dally M Representative Player of the Year (2010), Golden Boot Award (2008), 2x Wally Lewis Medal (2010, 2018). “He paid a reasonably heavy price as far as the fine so that is going to hurt,’ Bellamy said.G : “I don’t think they should be because that punishes the club.

“We all go through life and make some mistakes. There were a lot of fullbacks who could do some of the things Billy could do, but they couldn't do all the thing she could do.” With AAP .