Sharks celebrity Nicho Hynes has declared he needs a 20 yr contract with the Cronulla membership, revealing his aspirations to be a coach after his taking part in days are over.
The 26-year-old initially signed a three-year deal reportedly price $600,000 per-season to make the transfer from the Storm and is free to barter with rivals come November 1.
After profitable the Dally M Medal in 2022, his worth has skyrocketed and Fox League’s James Hooper revealed Cronulla bosses have begun negotiating with the gun halfback.
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Speaking on SEN, Hynes made it clear he needs to complete his profession with the Sharks earlier than taking over a training function.
“There’s been talks, everyone’s talking about it a little bit,” Hynes advised SEN 1170.
“I just hope something happens and gets done, my manager will sort that out and the club will sort that out, so hopefully they’re talking as we speak because I’d love to stay… then hopefully I’m here forever.
“Ideally I’d love to be here for the rest of my career then I’d like to go straight into coaching… give me a 20-year contract Sharks.”
Post-football Hynes additionally defined that he has “always wanted” to transition into teaching and believes the ambition stems from his love of “helping people”.
“Yeah I do (have ambitions to be a coach), big time, I’ve always said I wanted to be a coach, I just love it,” Hynes added.
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“I love helping people out, I love helping young kids realise their dreams.
“So hopefully one day I can be a coach to hand a debut jersey, that’s the ultimate (dream) for me, I’d love to do that.
“I’ve always told Fitzy (Craig Fitzgibbon) that and every time he makes a stressful call he looks at me and say, ‘Do you still want to be a coach?’.
“But obviously you have to start somewhere and I could be a development coach, then into an assistant, then one day work my trade and become a head coach, that would be nice.
“I know I have to start somewhere and if I could an assistant at NRL level our a development coach, I’d be happy to do that but coaching is for me.”
According to Hooper, Hynes’ subsequent contract will possible see his keep prolong to the tip of 2028.
The gun halfback additionally made his first look of the season in opposition to the Dragons in Round 4, ending the sport with seven line breaks and 4 strive assists.
Source web site: www.foxsports.com.au