Sport Latrell Mitchell: Mal Meninga approach to have 'domino effect', says Mark Geyer

01:01  27 november  2019
01:01  27 november  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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While the Latrell Mitchell saga has been dominating the off-season, news that the Gold Coast Titans were entering the hunt for the representative star has Mitchell is reportedly keen to switch to fullback, but Meninga wasn’t able to guarantee him the position at the Titans like the Tigers have done in their

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  Latrell Mitchell: Mal Meninga approach to have 'domino effect', says Mark Geyer © Getty Images

Mal Meninga’s late bid to lure Latrell Mitchell to the Gold Coast could spell disaster for Wests Tigers and convince South Sydney superstar Cody Walker to also join the Titans, according to NRL legend Mark Geyer.

As first reported by News Limited, Meninga recently spoke to Mitchell about a move to the Glitter Strip next season.

“It’s a big lure, when you’ve got Mal Meninga who wants you at a club you’ve got to really give it some consideration,” Geyer told Triple M’s The Rush Hour with MG.

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Malcolm Norman Meninga AM (/məˈnɪŋɡə/; born 8 July 1960) is the head coach of the Australian national team and an Australian former rugby league footballer.

Mal Meninga believes Latrell Mitchell is a better player this year who has done a remarkable job coping with constant ''crap'' and will pose a huge threat during the finals. Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson declared Mitchell ''ready to go'' after a few errors against South Sydney last Thursday night.

“He’s coached Latrell at national level so he knows him well … but I think with Mal Meninga throwing the olive branch out, that kind of confirms a little more strongly the Titans might get him.

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“And with every day that goes past I think he’s slipping out of the Tigers’ grasp.”

Mitchell last week met with North Queensland officials and also held talks with Wests Tigers officials earlier this month.

The Cowboys appeared to bow out of the race to sign the disgruntled Sydney Roosters star on Sunday after they announced the signing of Valentine Holmes on a six-year deal.

But coach Paul Green insisted the Townsville club were still in the race for Mitchell’s signature, declaring ‘those conversations with Latrell are still ongoing’ on Monday.

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They say Mal Meninga was one of the toughest players to bring down. But Sydney Roosters NRL star Latrell Mitchell has invited comparisons after With the Roosters opening their premiership defence against South Sydney on Friday night, Mitchell is eyeing off Meninga 's crown. "I try to set goals - high

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The Tigers, who have offered Mitchell a reported four-year, $3.8 million deal, had been considered strong favourites to secure the 22-year-old’s services before Meninga’s recent power play.

New Titans coach Justin Holbrook expected to meet with Mitchell in the coming days.

Off-contract Gold Coast forward Jai Arrow looms as the X-factor in the club’s pursuit of Mitchell.

Arrow has been heavily linked with a long-term move to South Sydney that Geyer believes could see Rabbitohs five-eighth Cody Walker, who is off contract at the end of 2020, return home.

“I think a lot hinges on Jai Arrow,” Geyer said.

“If Jai Arrow gives an indication he’s coming down to Sydney (to join) South Sydney … I think what will happen is you’ll see a bit of a domino effect.

“I think you’ll see the Titans go hard for Latrell, then I think you’ll see the Titans go hard for Cody Walker as well, who is a Gold Coast native.

“And all of a sudden we’d see a completely different looking Titans team if they get Cody Walker and Latrell Mitchell – all of a sudden you’ve got hope if you’re a Titans fan.”

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Latrell Mitchell's manager has defended his actions as the Roosters star continues to shop around for a lucrative contract.Mitchell is still contracted for 2020 with the Bondi club but has been talks with numerous other NRL clubs - Wests Tigers, North Queensland Cowboys, Canterbury Bulldogs and the Gold Coast Titans - eyeing an early release to take up a bigger deal.

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