‘No excuses’: Sutton’s warning as Rabbitohs coach names next-gen stars — Off-season Central

South Sydney assistant coach John Sutton has despatched a warning to Rabbitohs gamers and revealed the following wave of stars coming by means of the well-known membership.

Jason Demetriou’s facet shockingly missed the finals in 2023, with their destiny sealed after a remaining spherical loss to the Roosters.

Assistant coaches Sam Burgess and John Morris have each already left the membership, with Sutton, the Rabbitohs’ longest-serving participant, promoted to the place.

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He joins Ben Hornby and title-winning NSW Cup coach Joe O’Callaghan in Demetriou’s employees forward of the 2024 season, able to spark change in Redfern.

“Put it this way, there’s no excuses next season,’’ Sutton said to The Daily Telegraph.

“Nothing beats hard work and we’re going to be ripping in from day one of pre-season to be ready for the new year.

“Just to be able to work with first grade now, and be more hands on is something I’m really looking forward to.

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“I’m looking forward to doing a lot of work for the younger players in the squad, which I love to do.”

The Rabbitohs will welcome marquee recruit Jack Wighton to the membership in 2024, with Sutton revealing he’ll probably characteristic within the centres.

That means Isaiah Tass can be ousted from his place, with a battle firming for the fitting wing spot.

Tass, alongside Taane Milne and Izack Thompson can be vying for the wing spot, however Sutton believes Tyrone Munro is a participant to observe.

“The sky is the limit for Tyrone Munro, he could be anything,’’ Sutton said.

He also believes Tallis Duncan, Jye Gray, Ben Lovett and Thomas Fletcher will all be “putting pressure” on first graders, hoping to take their spots subsequent yr.

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