The supervisor of Josh Addo-Carr has declared the star winger has “not at any stage been shopped around by the Bulldogs.”
It comes after Addo-Carr met with the membership’s basic supervisor of soccer, Phil Gould on Friday after what’s been a rollercoaster few weeks the place he’s been caught up in two controversial incidents.
Addo-Carr’s supervisor Mario Tartak informed The Sydney Morning Herald that the 28-year-old was assured his future is protected on the Bulldogs however he’s been requested to turn out to be extra of a frontrunner.
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“Phil Gould just met with Josh to check on his welfare and let him know that he is part of Canterbury’s plans,” Tartak stated.
“He asked Josh to take more of a leadership role within the group. ‘Gus’ sees him as an important part of the team going forward and wants him at the club.
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“Gus saw this as a chance for Josh to have a reset after a couple of little hiccups. Not at any stage has Josh Addo-Carr been shopped around by the Bulldogs.
“Josh was grateful for the meeting and we’re all keen on him getting back to the business of playing his best footy.”
Addo-Carr obtained a two-match suspension final week for his involvement in a brawl on the Koori Knockout, costing him a Kangaroos jersey.
Then this week he shared a controversial publish on social media, which he later apologised for. Addo-Carr in contrast the Middle East battle to Indigenous land rights by posting a photograph of Aboriginal and Palestinian flags subsequent to one another with the caption “one struggle, one fight” whereas the phrase “Land Back” was accompanied by two Arabic phrases.
Via an announcement, Addo-Carr later stated the publish was “a mistake”. He apologised for “any offence” he induced and stated he “felt remorse” as quickly because it was dropped at his consideration that he had acquired it incorrect.
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It’s since been revealed by Danny Weidler through the Herald that Addo-Carr was scheduled to have a gathering with ARL Commission chair Peter V’landys days earlier than he was concerned within the brawl.
According to Weidler, Gould arrange the assembly to assist the consultant winger plan for all times after soccer — and the Bulldogs supremo had the concept of him turning into the face of Indigenous rugby league.
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Addo-Carr pulled out of the assembly resulting from his choice within the Australian Prime Minister’s XIII — which he later withdrew from resulting from damage — however Tartak attended it on his behalf.
“I was happy to have the meeting because not enough is done to help players transition into retirement,” V’landys stated.
“It’s a major issue, and when Phil Gould asked for the meeting I was only too happy to meet with them and try and plan something for Josh and his family.
‘I’m open to meeting with players who have ideas about what they’d like to do and I’ll assist where I can.”
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