Sport Sterling takes aim at Moses

20:06  15 may  2017
20:06  15 may  2017 Source:   Wide World of Sports

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Peter Sterling has taken a swipe at Wests Tigers five-eighth Mitchell Moses saying the Parramatta-bound playmaker “needs to take a hard look at himself”.

Moses' future has been a hot topic in the NRL since he last month agreed to a long-term deal with the Eels starting from next season, and requested for a mid-season release from the Tigers, only to be knocked back.

The Tigers five-eighth has come under criticism from sections of the media after a poor performance in the Tigers' loss to the Rabbitohs but Moses’ uncle and former NSW and Balmain hooker Benny Elias defended his nephew’s level of play on Friday night.

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"I told him he missed more tackles than he made and he said, 'Uncle Ben, I'm just not there'. He's not there and he hasn't been there for the past two weeks," Elias told AAP.

"You're everywhere, you're a scattered gun. Like anything in life, if you're not settled, you got no routine, you're going to be all over the shop.

"The greatest thing for him is the sooner the better for him to go, for the club and for him."

Mitchell Moses of the Tigers looks on. © Brendon Thorne/Getty Images Mitchell Moses of the Tigers looks on. But Sterling believes Moses needs to be held accountable for his form and his attitude regardless of the situation.

“Ivan Cleary now needs to decide whether he wants him at the club, whether he can offer something for the rest of the season or cut your losses. If he wants him in the club I’d put him in reserve grade for a couple of weeks.”

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Sterling says Moses’ defence wasn’t up to NRL standard during the loss the Rabbitohs.

“His first up attempt on a tackle … it was terrible it wasn’t of a first-grade standard and he didn’t get a whole lot better. He needs to get his head right. It doesn’t matter what jersey you wear on your back, you’re a first grade player you’ve got to get the job done”.

Reports suggest the Tigers are looking for a replacement before they agree to letting Moses' exit mid-season.

One player looked at a possible replacement is out-of-favour Warriors utility Tuimoala Lolohea but it’s believed his request to leave has also been blocked by the club, despite the Warriors allowing him to negotiate an early exit at the end of the season.

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