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Kurtley Beale told to take step back

Newly appointed Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has opted not to rush Kurtley Beale back for the European tour, feeling the troubled utility needs to take a step away from the spotlight.

Cheika's first key decision in the role he accepted only three days ago means Beale won't be joining his Australian team mates for the start of their five match tour this week despite being eligible for selection following his code of conduct hearing.

Cheika has not ruled out the possibility of Beale joining the month long tour at some stage...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 October 2014 08:58

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Barba needs Bennett: Renouf

Some Wayne Bennett tough love may be just what Ben Barba needs to reignite his NRL career, Broncos great Steve Renouf said.

Bennett has already begun his player cleanout since resuming the Broncos reins.

Ben Hannant has linked with North Queensland, fellow forward Martin Kennedy is believed to be talking to four clubs and Kiwi fullback Josh Hoffman has been told he can speak with rivals.

And there is not expected to be much room left for Barba in the Brisbane backline next year with Anthony Milford arriving from...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 October 2014 08:57

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