Sport Patchy Rabbitohs hatch Storm plan

11:56  01 august  2018
11:56  01 august  2018 Source:   msn.com

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  'The Wayne Bennett era will be over' Brisbane Broncos has set their sights on South Sydney coach Anthony Seibold to replace coach Wayne Bennett when he comes off contract at the end of 2019.Seibold is contracted to the Rabbitohs until the end of next year but has delayed any talk on his future until the end of the season.

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South Sydney must address their patchy form to be any chance against Melbourne in Friday's top-of-the-table NRL clash, says halfback Adam Reynolds.© Getty South Sydney must address their patchy form to be any chance against Melbourne in Friday's top-of-the-table NRL clash, says halfback Adam Reynolds. Adam Reynolds insists memories of last year's 66-4 thrashing by Melbourne are dead and buried but South Sydney must shed their patchy form to prove a worthy foe on Friday.

The top-of-the-table battle will be curiously waged with the Rabbitohs questioning their own credentials despite boasting an identical 14-5 record to the Storm.

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Add to that last season's pummelling and Anthony Seibold's men have plenty to prove as they make their case for NRL title favouritism.

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Reynolds is aware of that but says they have a plan to topple the heavyweight club.

"Not at all, that's last year, that's done and gone," the halfback said of last August's thumping.

"New squad, new plan, new team."

That is the case for the Storm too, who have adjusted well since the departure of playmaker Cooper Cronk to the Sydney Roosters in a shift Reynolds observed as smooth.

"The halves are doing a great job, Billy Slater's in career-best form, Cam Smith's getting round as always and the big boys in the middle are running hard," he said.

"We've looked at their shapes, what you think might come and how you think you might break them down."

Souths were toppled by Wests Tigers a fortnight ago and only just beat bottom-placed Parramatta last round.

Reynolds sees Friday's clash at ANZ Stadium as the perfect platform to kick back into top gear.

"We've sort of been a bit patchy, I suppose, but in saying that there's a lot of upside in our squad," he said.

"We know we haven't been where we want to be but we aren't far away and can get back to playing our best footy."

Slater set to announce retirement: reports .
Nine News has reported that Melbourne Storm fullback Billy Slater is set to announce that the 2018 NRL season will be his last. Slater is expected to officially announce his retirement from the NRL in the coming days.It comes as the Storm said they would not press Slater and fellow veteran Cameron Smith on making a decision about their playing futures until after the current season.While announcing the Storm had reached a record 25,000 members, CEO Dave Donaghy confirmed the reiging premiers had tabled a one-year deal for Smith. © Anthony Au-Yeung/Getty Images Billy Slater of the Melbourne Storm.

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