Bulldogs cult hero set to finish NRL fairytale return after impressing Ciraldo

Veteran halfback Josh Reynolds is reportedly set to finish a surprising return to the NRL and be part of the Bulldogs’ prime 30 roster.

The 33-year-old put pen to paper on a train-and-trial deal in November, and in keeping with the SMH will obtain an improve after impressing rookie coach Cameron Ciraldo.

The former Tiger was anticipating to should impress within the membership’s pre-season clashes in opposition to the Raiders and Sharks — however has already reportedly accomplished sufficient to earn a full-time deal.

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Reynolds performed 160 NRL video games for each the Tigers and Bulldogs from 2011 to 2020 earlier than making the transfer to Hull FC within the Super League.

He was granted a launch from his contract overseas in June and returned dwelling, hoping to safe a fairytale end to his profession.

Reynolds beforehand stated he was so determined to safe a return to Belmore he would have taken a wage of “one dollar a week”.

The gun halfback grow to be a cult determine on the Bulldogs earlier than wage cap points noticed him signal a four-year cope with the Tigers price upwards of $3 million.


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“I’ve dreamt about this. I’ve tried to come back to the Dogs about 30 times and it just hasn’t worked,” Reynolds stated on The JBK Show podcast.

“To be given this opportunity … honestly, you could pay me a $1 a week … and I’m not just saying that, it’s just how I feel.

“I’m at a point in my life, I’ve got other things going on and I just want to play. I want to represent that emblem, it’s just what I want to do.”

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