Rugby’s Andrew Jones has warned that Niko Haynes faces high odds if he leaves Melbourne Storm at this point in his career.
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The great Bronco said Darren Lockyer There was a concern whether Hynes would be as good in Brisbane as a Storm Champion. Jones echoed these sentiments, saying two players only left Melbourne early in their football careers and honestly somewhere else.
“The only thing that worries me is that I only see two players who have really started after leaving Melbourne and going to another club,” Jones said on Wade World of Sports. Freddy and the VIII.
“Israel was one, Israel Follaw when he went to Brisbane. The other is Greg, clearly [Inglis, at South Sydney]. Any other player just left [up]? “
Haynes is a defender who can play the fifth round. It constitutes a major employment for Brisbane, who are in desperate need of more game makers.
“He is a good defender. He is tall, fast and a good footballer. Brisbane needs a defender,” said New South Wales coach Brad Vettler. Freddy and the VIII.
“I think it’s more important to have a good defender than being a good eighth-place player. A full back is priceless.”
“Especially if you are going to sign with Brisbane, Brisbane desperately needs a defender,” Jones added.
Broncos signed full-back Brodie Croft from Melbourne at the start of last season, a recruiting so far unsuccessful. However, Croft was already shot twice by the storm as crucial times, so the “buyer beware” signals were ignored. Hynes is showing on a strong bullish trajectory, with the added bonus of being able to play multiple back positions to offset any signature risks.
Johns has said Hynes will take a kick by leaving the powerful Storm system but the 24-year-old appears to have little choice, given he wants to be a regular. Melbourne includes stars Ryan Pappenhuis and Cameron Munster at full back and 5 eighth, respectively.
“I hope he stays there [but] “Obviously he will have to go somewhere else,” Jones said.
“I see him as five over eight, and that’s where he played junior ball; when he was at Manley, he was fifth there.”
Believes Peter Stirling, fellow rugby league teammate That Hynes could prove to be one of the best buys this season, given its apparent quality and potential mid-range price tag.
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