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Up to five NRL clubs are chasing Brisbane Bronco Josh Hoffman

Incoming master coach Wayne Bennett is facing a battle to retain Josh Hoffman with at least five rival NRL clubs after the Broncos custodian.

Hoffman is set to leverage interest by testing his value on the open market and his management have met for talks with Broncos hierarchy to discuss Hoffman's future at the club.

The Broncos are keen to upgrade Hoffman but his agent will field offers from November 1 for the New Zealand Test star, who could earn upwards of $500,000 annually.

The development will be of concern to...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 August 2014 18:38

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Justin Hodges admits he wants to play fullback for the Broncos

Justin Hodges hopes to play fullback fulltime, revealing he approached Anthony Griffin and asked him if he could revert to his most natural position.

It is believed Hodges will be the Broncos fullback for the rest of this season, regardless of Josh Hoffman's return from injury, after his brilliant performance in the win over Newcastle last Saturday.

Hodges said he would also like to be custodian next year but will play wherever incoming coach Wayne Bennett wants him.

While there have been reports Hodges veteran body...

 

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