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Soward: I don't care I'm NRL's most hated

nrl jamie sowardJamie Soward stopped caring about being hated the day he signed on the dotted line with Penrith.

One of the most polarising figures in the NRL came to the realisation his career long struggle for recognition and respect was a losing battle.

So when nearly 25,000 fans at Allianz Stadium were chanting the all too familiar "wanker" chorus as he lined up the definitive sideline...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 September 2014 06:00

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Manly's Hodges cleared of serious injury

Manly coach Geoff Toovey has gotten some sorely needed good news, with hooker Jayden Hodges cleared of a serious injury to his neck but Hodges remains in serious doubt to be fit enough to take the field against Canterbury in the elimination final.

Hodges was injured in Manly's 40-24 pummelling from South Sydney at Allianz Stadium, adding to a forgettable night for the finals specialists.

But Toovey still has a massive selection headache ahead of this weekend's semi-final, with Hodges still not sure to take the...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 September 2014 05:59

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