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Sport Gus' 'good news and bad news' for Wallace

17:08  13 june  2018
17:08  13 june  2018 Source:   wwos.ninemsn.com.au

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Phil Gould has detailed the remarkable chain of events that led to Peter Wallace playing his last two years for the Panthers without an ACL, with the club only finding out due to a cruel twist of fate that stopped the veteran from playing State of Origin last year.

Wallace shocked the NRL by retiring effective immediately this week but his career could have ended two seasons earlier had Gould and the Panthers brains trust been aware of a fourth ruptured ACL which happened without the player's knowledge just before a switch from halfback to hooker sparked a career renaissance.

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Speaking on the Wide World of Sports' Six Tackles with Gus podcast, Gould recalled the emotional conversation he had with Wallace that could have led to his retirement as he faced a third knee reconstruction at the end of the 2015 season.

Concerned that the Panthers could face starting the 2016 season without their highly paid halfback, Gould was on the verge of asking Wallace to walk away before agreeing to let him undergo surgery and "see how this goes".

While the Panthers were convinced the operation was a success, a groin injury that stopped Wallace being selected for the NSW side at the start of the 2017 Origin series would lead to a scan on his knee that proved he'd been playing one leg for more than 12 months.

"So now we get to Origin selection 2017 and they're all touting that he's going to be the state hooker, in fact they've (the NSW selectors) rang us to say he's going to be the Origin hooker for this weekend, he'll be announced he'll come in (to camp) on Monday morning, which is an unbelievable result," Gould said.

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"So of course he goes out that weekend and plays Newcastle in Newcastle and tears his groin, so we send him for a groin scan.

"And before he goes he says, 'me knee's been a bit puffy lately , can I get a scan on me knee just to make sure it's alright'.

a man wearing a suit and tie smiling and looking at the camera © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd "I said alright, off he goes to get a scan on his groin and back it comes, he's got a grade three tear, he's going to be out for six or eight weeks or whatever.

"And then we got a call, 'Peter Wallace has done his ACL' and our hearts sank. And we're just about to get him out of the gym, he's in the gym doing weights right, he's just been told his groin's no good for eight weeks and he's back in the gym doing weights.

"Then we get a phone call from the doctor, going 'hold on, we've had a good look at this, there's an area of calcification there that suggests he did this 12 months ago, which means the original operation didn't take, it didn't last all that long.

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a person posing for the camera © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd "His ACL had been gone and he's been playing with it for 12 months without an ACL and not telling anyone."

Gould's subsequent conversation with Wallace sums up why he retires with a reputation for being one of the best teammates in the NRL.

"We brought him in and said 'we've got some good news and bad news'," Gould added.

"He said 'me groin's no good' and we said 'we've got some good news and bad news. Bad news is you've done your ACL', he said 'oh' and we said 'good news is you did it 12 months ago. You've been running around and not knowing'.

"And in his heart I think he did know. And I said 'what happens now' and he said 'well if I've been playing on it, then I've been playing on it'.

"He said 'don't tell anyone, I'll just keep playing'. So he's been playing on it since that day two years ago without an ACL."

a man holding a sign posing for the camera: Wide World of Sports' Peter Sterling shares his thoughts on the recent retirement of Peter Wallace and the rep retirement of Darius Boyd. © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Wide World of Sports' Peter Sterling shares his thoughts on the recent retirement of Peter Wallace and the rep retirement of Darius Boyd.

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