NRL 2020: Cameron King ACL injury, Phil Gould seeks support, Cronulla Sharks

The influential rugby league character Phil Gould contacted Cameron King following the season-ending knee injury of the prostitute Cronulla.

Scans on Monday revealed that the 28-year-old had suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee while playing for sharks against Canterbury in a PNG trial.

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The injury was a serious blow to the prostitute journalist who signed a one-year deal with the club in hopes of reestablishing his NRL career after a season with England’s second tier Featherstone team.

“Shattered. The fact that my season is over is still sinking, “King posted on Twitter.

“It was difficult to accept what happened and I would be lying if I said that I am fine. I take things 1 day at a time and I am determined not to let myself be physically or mentally defeated. Thank you all for your support.”

Gould, who recently reactivated his Twitter account, replied King with a few words of wisdom.

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“Cameron. He’s just a playmate, “wrote Gould.

“We do our best to succeed, but it’s still just a game. It doesn’t define you. The biggest game in life is much more important. Your courage and perseverance will be rewarded. You can make a difference in many ways. If you never need anything, just call. “

Cronade captain Wade Graham, who returned from an ACL injury last season, spoke up foxsports.com.au on King’s latest setback on Tuesday, while some other rugby league identities also offered support on social media, including South Sydney assistant Jason Demetriou who trained the Northern Pride prostitute.

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“Thinking about you boy. It’s not your first rodeo and it certainly won’t be your last. I’d like to catch up with a coffee buddy. Today you have one more reason to keep things in perspective. I will receive you, “wrote Demetriou.

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Fox League commentator Andrew Voss wished King “all the best” in the second half, as did former NRL player Daniel Vidot.

Melbourne winger Sandor Earl, who suffered an ACL injury after returning from his four-year ban, also offered some words of encouragement.

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“Our setbacks build character and resilience, two huge factors on who we are as people,” he wrote.

“These can only be built in the arena when we take the opportunity and commit ourselves to something.

“You will come back, always here to talk about the healing shop, my friend !!

“I wish you the best!”

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NRL 2020: World Club Challenge, Trent Robinson, video analysis on Sky Sports, St Helens against Sydney Roosters

Trent Robinson has developed a reputation as probably the greatest coach of the past decade.

Three prizes and as many World Club Challenge titles since 2013 put the Gaul coach in a rarefied territory.

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The bit-bit NRL player enjoyed an unorthodox journey to the top of the coaching world.

And after adding a third World Club title to his growing list of honors, Robinson offered an incredible in-depth analysis of how The Gauls beat St Helens on Sunday.

Separating his team’s defensive frailties and attacking the skill, Robinson joined Sky Sports’s Jon Wells to talk about the good guys, the bad guys and the bad guys from their victory over the Saints.

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“I feel like I’m in the trenches, I still like that we’re still fighting for the best and the best of the team,” said Robinson.

“I’m interested in the game over the next two years – how can I train and as a group of coaches take this group of players [forward]?

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“They are mature and hungry. As a coach I have to live up to their expectations, I have to keep improving, that’s the motivation.”

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