Sport Matthew Johns reveals Cronulla's big premiership question mark in 2018

09:18  13 february  2018
09:18  13 february  2018 Source:   Sporting News

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February 12, 2018 8:13pm EST February 12, 2018 8:05pm EST There's a couple of players that could cause Which is a big one,’’ Johns told the Triple M Grill Team. Cronulla ’ s first test comes against Johns ’ premiership favourites, North Queensland, in round one on March 10 at Townsville.

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They add to an already-colourful line-up that features the outspoken Paul Gallen, fiery Andrew Fifita, lively Luke Lewis and passionate Wade Graham.

With that much life in the dressing sheds, teams can be prone to clashes.

Johns says it’s up to Flanagan to keep his men in order if they want to be considered a serious title threat.

“Can the Sharks’ coaching team manage all these big personalities in the Cronulla squad? Which is a big one,’’ Johns told the Triple M Grill Team.

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Cronulla ’ s 49-year premiership drought won’t be broken this year, according to league Immortal Andrew Johns .

‘’Man management is going to be a real challenge for Shane Flanagan…There’s some big personalities in this team.

‘’The Sharks have the belief they have the squad to win this competition – hard-nosed pack, great backline, good creative players.

“I see the Sharks as a top four side. Are they good enough to win this competition? I don’t know.’’

Asked what would he do in the coach’s shoes, Johns said it was important to build relationships and treat everyone on an even keel.

‘’There can’t be rules for some and rules for others,’’ he said.

‘’You need a really strong coach, Shane Flanagan is, and the coach and the captain have got to do a good job together.

‘’We were lucky at Newcastle, we had Malcolm Reilly as our coach, a very strong personality who was very much into his discipline, and we had Paul Harragon as our captain who we loved so much.

‘’Shane Flanagan and Paul Gallen should manage that, but as I said before at times through the year, particularly if you go through a rough patch where you lose two or three in a row, things can get a little tricky.’’

Cronulla’s first test comes against Johns’ premiership favourites, North Queensland, in round one on March 10 at Townsville.

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