Cowboy propaganda The election of Jordan McLean Blues casts doubt on the future of Els CEO Reagan Campbell-Gilaard.
The Paramatta Proposer Ax was one of seven changes in Brad Fittler’s massive Game II, which he eventually won 44-12 NSW.
Now, following the loss of Payne Hass due to a shoulder injury, North Queensland veteran Jordan McLean will make his debut at the Scorpio Stadium.
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Daily Telegraph Booth Rotfield Field Campbell-Guild believes he should have been called up to the Blues.
“Jordan McLean is in front of Reagan Campbell-Guild, who I don’t think is our worst player in Game 1,” said Rotfield.
“His cards are clearly marked,” said Paul Kent, co-host of the NRL360.
“I don’t think Jordan McLean has done a lot in the last few years but he has been strong over the last six weeks but maybe I went to Reagan Campbell-Gildard,” said Rotfield.
The Daily Telegraph’s David Richie went on to say that there were doubts about the Game 1 election, but that NSW voters were chasing ‘big men’ to fill the front line.
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NRL360 host Bryce Anastasia said:
“The first game I had was a starting point for team I, but it got there, but this is because there is a shortage of adults, they lack big front rowers outside of Payne Hass,” Riccio said.
“Daniel Seifiti was a big place for them last year.
“They were looking for a big man. That’s where McLean jumped in.”
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