The NRL360 panel hailed the move as “respectful” for the rabbit.
The 25-year-old made his long-awaited return to the long-awaited NRL with a stunning 30-12 victory over Els before post-match bomb news.
“No, I think I’m going to close their headlines right now. I’m out of my head. I’m worried about the South. Focus on myself.”
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As host NRL360 host Bryce Anastasia, NSW voters were taken by surprise following an announcement.
“It was unusual, and they were surprised by what I heard from the NS coaches and voters,” said Anastasia.
The Daily Telegraph’s Booth Rotfield said: “I’ve heard he doesn’t really want to play, he has no respect for the NSW jersey.
“But I think the way Latrell has managed to get back in the last 12 weeks is very professional. His body is at another level for another 80 minutes and I’m not sure what the pressure will be on him.
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“I think he made a good decision.”
The Daily Telegraph’s David Richieu says he believes the decision was made by the club.
Before returning to the United States after a 12-week break, he paid tribute to Michel’s rehabilitation trip to the United States with Bill Wells, a renowned specialist.
“He has a lot of respect for South Sydney, I have no doubt he will join the starting line-up, I have no doubt he will catch up, I thought he showed enough the other night,” Riccio said.
“Southerners pay their salaries. It was the last time we saw a player jumping in the middle of the year, going to the United States to rebuild his body, playing a game and a duck going home.
I think it was a wise move from Latrell to return something to South Sydney.
But the Daily Telegraph fears Booth Rotfield may be setting a dangerous precedent for the Rabbitohs star.
As a rule, if you play in the NRL, there is a rule that you must be prepared to play representative football.
In this case, the possibility of a single game under the belt would overturn any decision, according to NRL360 partner Paul Kent, both of which Rothfield is concerned about.
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“The only thing that worries me is Dave’s choice of players and their presence. It was a tough and fast rule. If you are playing NRL, you have to be ready to play ripball,” said Rotfield.
“Now if other players say they won’t be on the eve of the team if we come back from injury, we will be in all sorts.”
“It was just the inspiration of the moment. Did he bring that after the game?” Anastasia said.
Kent: “It was speculated that he was in his mind and wanted to go to bed as soon as possible.
“I think it’s true that he respects the NSW jersey, just because there is a small gap there,” he said.
“It’s the first case in 15 years since Jamie Lyon,” Riccio said.