Blake Green still waiting to speak Warriors owner Mark Robinson over axing – Stuff.co.nz

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Mark Robinson (3rd from the left), has actually signed up with the Warriors in Gosford for the next month. Green said he knew a number of days prior to it went public that he d have to find a brand-new club for 2021, when Warriors recruitment and retention supervisor Peter OSullivan notified him of the clubs decision. However, he states he does not understand why hes not desired and hasnt been able to find anything out today.
” Not at this phase,” Green said.
” It sort of taken place rather rapidly, we had a review the next day (Sunday), delved into training on Monday and it was a special day for us, so today is our first day of rest.
” Well see what takes place in the coming days.”

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Blake Green had an exceptional video game for the Warriors against the Broncos, in spite of a difficult week off the field. When they do eventually talk, Green suggested hell invest many of the time listening.
” I do not think I need to say excessive to be sincere,” he said.
” Ill most likely just listen, Im sure hell have a few things to say to me. Im uncertain how thats going to go.”
Green was asked if he was dissatisfied that Robinson hadnt spoken to him and said: “Im sure he will. The club has actually obviously got a strategy in location, that will take place in time I think.”

Undesirable Warriors halfback Blake Green says he still hasnt talked to the clubs owner Mark Robinson.
Robinson, who will partner Chanel Harris-Tavita in the halves on Friday against the Titans, confirmed on One News last week that Green and centre Gerard Beale would not be used agreements for next season.
The timing of the statement last Thursday came as a surprise, especially as the gamers had not been told that Robinson would go public with the clubs decision.
While it sent shock waves through the club, with other players unaware that the two veterans were going to be axed, both had outstanding video games in the 26-16 win over the Broncos on Saturday night.

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Gerard Beale requires to discover a new club for next season. Although Beale is in the same boat, Green said he chose not to have a conversation with him about what they were both going through.
” I havent talked to Bealey, because I didnt know if he d seen it or he d been told,” Green said.
” I didnt know his scenario and I didnt desire to seem disrespectful or be nosey about it.
” I didnt want to interfere with his preparation. Im sure people were well mindful about what occurred, however nobody raised it or anything like that.”
Although the Warriors do not desire him, Green says he hasnt considered retiring at the end of the season and believes he still has something to provide to the game.
” I have still got a desire to play footy,” he said.
” Im uncertain anyone understands the ideal response, but everyone Ive talked to says that you understand when its the ideal time (to retire).
” I still love playing, still like to showing up to training and doing it, so as long as I can bring a contribution to a footy group and have an impact on the outcome of games, I want to continue to play.”
It would not have been easy for Green to front the media as hes done. Clearly he was injured by what happened, but he said he didnt feel he needs to run away from anything.
” Ive got nothing to hide,” he said.” The worst thing for me to do was say no to responding to concerns and appear like Im kicking stones and Im concealing from things.
” If somethings going to get stated, I want it to come from me and be the truth.
” It is what it is, thats the video game. Individuals get carried on, people alter sides and footy rolls on.
” I get evaluated on how I carry out on the weekend, so my job was to carry out as finest I might on Saturday against the Broncos and Im going to do the same versus the Titans on Friday.”
Jazz Tevaga is back in the Warriors 17 for Friday nights game, making his first look for the club this season.
The utility back has actually needed to get rid of ankle surgical treatment and a calf strain given that last season finished, however has actually stated himself all set to go this weekend.
Beale, drops to the extended bench as Roger Tuivasa-Sheck returns into the team and Peta Hiku reverts to centre.
In the halves, Chanel Harris-Tavita will partner Green, as Kodi Nikorima has been eliminated following last weekends head knock.
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Warriors: Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (c), David Fusitua, Patrick Herbert, Peta Hiku, Ken Maumalo, Chanel Harris-Tavita, Blake Green, Jamayne Taunoa-Brown, Wayde Egan, Adam Blair, Jack Murchie, Tohu Harris, Karl Lawton. Interchange (from): Agnatius Paasi, Jack Hetherington, Isaiah Papalii, Jazz Tevaga, Lachlan Burr, Gerard Beale, King Vuniyayawa, Adam Pompey.

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Speaking to the media on Tuesday, Green stated he still hasnt had a conversation with Robinson, who remains in camp with the team in Gosford.
” Not as yet, Im sure we will in the coming days,” Green stated when asked if he d spoken to Robinson.