Hayne and obvious don’t go together

by admin on July 13th, 2018

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Jarryd HayneIs it possible Jarryd Hayne has tricked himself out of a move back to the Parramatta Eels in orderto maintain his career’s unpredictability?
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Since Hayne’sdeparture from Parramatta in October, 2014there’s consistently beendiscussions and rumours about areturn to the NRL.

If that was to occur,Hayne’salways said he’dreturntoParramattabut plenty hashappened since the two-time Dally M Player of the Yearannounced he’d pursue anNFL dream.

Parramatta Eels’football club is continuing to spiral out of control from itssalary cap scandal and Hayne himself has retired from the NFL –where he played eight games for the San Francisco 49ers –and then failed his bid to make Fiji’s Rugby Sevens squad for the Rio Olympics.

It seems the obvious option and easy option now would be to rejoin the Eels and rekindle his form inthe sport that made him famousbut ever since he turned his back on what would have been a record NRL contract the words obvious and Jarryd Hayne don’t associate.

Surely Hayne’s desperate to read a headline in relation tohis brilliant athletic ability rather than thousands of memes circulating social media displayingthe latest odds on what his next career move might be.

Personally I’d like to see him back in the NRL, preferably in a blue and gold jumper, where we can really appreciate the talent he has.

Latest reports suggest a move to the NSW Waratahs might be on the cards butit is only the secondday of this week –don’t forget this is Jarryd Hayne.

Test cricketAustralia’sexpected to take a one-nil series lead after the first Test match ontour of Sri Lankabeginning today.

But how many days will the Test match last? I’ll say it won’t make lunch on day four and that’s being modest.

The tone will be set from day one no matter which way the coin lands from the toss.

Dave Warner announced he’s rearing to goand Mitchell Starc must be champing at the bit to lead the Australian’s bowling attack on his return to the Test arena since his last appearance at Adelaide in November.

The Sri Lankans will rely heavily on crafty spinner Rangana Herath and captain Angelo Matthews but Australia’s side looks far superior. By Peter Guthrie

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