Blues coach Brad Fitler has reportedly held a secret meeting with Chief Justice Jared Maxwell ahead of the opening of the State of Origins series.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Fitler came up with a video of last season’s home series and the NRL’s video of illegal play by Maron players.
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Half of all the goals were scored by Marons prostitute Harry Grant, Muntster off-field and half-defender Nathan Cleri.
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It does not end there. Fitler then became angry with referee Ashley Klein and sought out Maxwell after the game.
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He also wanted to talk to Rookie, a key point in Game Two in Perth.
Earlier this month, Fitler said, “Queensland is being held hostage.”
“They did not want a penalty kick. I think we got a penalty 17 minutes before the end. “They did a good job, they worked hard there and they definitely won the race.”
It was a comment made by Blues Assistant Greg Alexander on Monday night.
“We have to pay more attention to the forest and realize that it is not a club game,” he said of the NRL360.
“It’s a start and the penalties like to be small. You have to push the boundaries. You don’t want to play pretty. I thought we were pretty.”
“It seems we don’t want to offend anyone. The purity, the purity, the purity, the purity, the purity, the purity, the purity, the purity, the purity, the purity. I’m sure we will be better off in that area.
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“I was confident with the first team, but I have to go there and pick the team that we can win and that’s it,” Fittler said.
“When you hit, you have to re-evaluate.
“We don’t have any safety net right now. We went into the first game thinking about what the game will be like and what we can do, but it didn’t happen.
“So I think we can win when we go to Perth with the team.”
Fittler also claimed that Jack Whiteton was considered the best of the Blues at the opening of the series, and that Panthers gunman Stephen Crychton would take the starting line-up.
Fittler “I thought he was our best player, I thought he was very strong, I was very optimistic about him.”
“I was talking to him and there was activity around him but he was very perverted, so he got very sick for the first two or three days and was immediately eliminated from the game.”
The inclusion of Cosifa’s tackle is a great reward for the balcony hurricane in the sharks’ center, but the point of sale is, according to the Blues coach, its versatility.
The 25-year-old could be used in midfield and has played in Craig Fiszibon corners and centers this year.
“He’s a great player, he gives us a lot of versatility, I think he started the season in the middle, played top and bottom and then he played in the middle all year and he did a good job,” said Fittler.
“He was mostly unlucky not to play the first game and the person we were watching was very excited to watch the season so I look forward to seeing him play.”
Meanwhile, researchers have criticized Jack Turbojevich for leaving the starting lineup after announcing the opening series.
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“We want someone who is really defensive,” said Jack Trabojevich, the way the game went in Game I.
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