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Sport Inglis makes stunning call on Seibold future

16:26  01 august  2018
16:26  01 august  2018 Source:   wwos.ninemsn.com.au

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With speculation heating up about South Sydney coach Anthony Seibold replacing Wayne Bennett as the Brisbane Broncos coach, Greg Inglis has urged his coach to take the job if offered.

Speaking on Nine News, the Rabbitohs captain said he understood the lure of a move up North should it come Seibold's way.

"If something did come across his way from the Broncos, why wouldn't you have a look?" Inglis said.

"It's interesting to him and he is a Queenslander and he does come from the Broncos system."

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Seibold and Inglis have combined to great effect in the coach's debut season (AAP). With the Queensland native's contract up at the end of next season, incidentally the Seibold 's Rabbitohs have a potential Grand Final replay this week as they take on Craig Bellamy and the Melbourne Storm.

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Greg Inglis wearing glasses and smiling at the camera © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd While he endorsed his coach's potential move up North, the 31-year-old veteran was adamant that he would continue wearing a Rabbitohs jersey for the remainder of his career.

"I'm enjoying what I'm doing here at South Sydney," Inglis said.

"I love the place and I definitely will end up retiring here in South Sydney."

The 43-year-old Seibold has become a hot commodity on the coaching market following a wildly successful debut season as the coach of the Rabbitohs.

  Inglis makes stunning call on Seibold future © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd With the Queensland native's contract up at the end of next season, incidentally the same time as Bennett's, he has been heavily tipped to be the successor to the legendary Broncos coach in recent weeks.

While Seibold has a contract extension on the table from the Rabbitohs, he has insisted that he will not get involved in contract negotiations until the end of the season.

The Broncos are expected to replace Bennett next season, with Queensland coach Kevin Walters also in running for the top job in Brisbane.

Seibold's Rabbitohs have a potential Grand Final replay this week as they take on Craig Bellamy and the Melbourne Storm.

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