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Blake Ferguson a step closer to NRL return after accepting Roosters job

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Troubled rugby league star Blake Ferguson has taken up an off-field role with the Sydney Roosters with a view to resuming his NRL career with the premiers.

Ferguson and his manager, Sam Ayoub, met with NRL officials at Rugby League Central on Wednesday to discuss a new community-based role for the former Raider at Bondi Junction.

Before it all went wrong: Blake Ferguson in action for Canberra in 2013.

Before it all went wrong: Blake Ferguson in action for Canberra in 2013. Photo: Getty Images

"Blake will work with the PCYC, the junior leagues club and in our community department," confirmed a Roosters spokesperson.

"It is a community-based role with a number of indigenous programs."

The NRL approved the appointment after it was satisfied Ferguson was on a modest salary that would not provide the Roosters with any salary cap advantage should the club try to register him in the future.

The Australian Rugby League Commission will consider re-registering the sacked Raider, but not before he completes a series of education and rehabilitation courses.

It is understood Ferguson, who is recovering from ankle surgery, will not be allowed to play first grade until next season.

"Our welfare and education people will continue to work with him while he's in rehabilitation," an NRL spokesperson.

Ferguson has been in limbo since being found guilty of the indecent assault of a woman at a Cronulla nightspot on the eve of the second State of Origin match last June.

Sacked by the Blues and the Raiders, he turned to boxing only to lose a bout to Goulburn labourer Luke Turner on the undercard of a fight night featuring Anthony Mundine, his cousin.

The 24-year-old vowed to turn around his life and converted to Islam, but has subsequently been spotted drinking at various nightspots.

The Blues have shown they will not allow more alcohol-fuelled incidents to derail their campaign, as evidenced by the sacking of Roosters halfback Mitchell Pearce for a nightclub indiscretion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Whaaaa? The guy with a drinking problem is still drinking. Had he made a significant and obvious turnaround in his life over say at least a year, then he may have a strong message for young players. Rhetoric without example is completely hollow. This just seems a thinly-veiled attempt by the Roosters to side-step the issues of his re-registration and sneak him in the back door. I hope the NRL doesn't allow it.

    Commenter
    Hohum
    Date and time
    May 21, 2014, 4:34PM
    • I know of hundreds, if not thousands of people who have got stupidly drunk on multiple occasions. All of those are generally responsible people who still drink. Some did stupid things both sober and drunk, still they hold roles in law enforcement, the legal industry, tier one accountancies and they conduct themselves fine.

      Commenter
      Glass House
      Location
      Brisbane
      Date and time
      May 22, 2014, 7:38AM
    • @Glass House - I have drank with a lot of people in my time. In that time none of them have ever been accused of, let alone have been found guilty of, indecent assault on a woman. The excuses that are made for some of the neanderthals that still play the game are just sad. Until the NRL takes a zero tolerance approach on things like this then it will continue to fade in relevance. I've done stupid things when drunk - but never have I (and I have been plenty drunk before) thought it okay to touch a woman indecently in the manner that Mr Ferguson did. The game can do without this kind of grub within its ranks.

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      Admiral Percy Fitzwallace
      Location
      The Sit Room
      Date and time
      May 22, 2014, 11:45AM
    • @glass house- If your bi-line is coincidental I apologise. However, I am not one to throw stones with impunity as I have some experience with problem drinking and know the value of a positive example of recovery. I firmly believe in a second chance but my experience tells me that second chances are doomed to failure unless they are built on solid foundations. In that context your response makes little sense but I can understand that you think it does. My point was twofold; one, that BF has no place at this time working in a mentoring/community role and two, given one is obvious, the Rortsters motivation and intentions in employing him are dubious to say the least. However, I am sure the process has been written and signed off already by good mate Sponsor Smith.

      Commenter
      Hohum
      Date and time
      May 22, 2014, 1:22PM
  • And yet again the Roosters find a smidgeon of room for the latest superstar on the market under their salary sombrero.

    But I'm sure he'll fit into the culture in Bondi quite nicely, I expect Mitchell will take him under his wing.

    Commenter
    Seano
    Date and time
    May 21, 2014, 5:36PM
    • I said a year ago, before the Roosters were even considered a premiership contender that they had pulled off the biggest rort of the salary cap since the NRL was formed. I was howled down by the boys East of Anzac Parade, but of course I have been proven right. The troubling thing is that the NRL and their so called "independent" integrity team keep endorsing the Roosters blatant rorting. Dave Smith is too close to the Roosters and actively worked to deliver Sonny Bill. Until the NRL gets some genuinely independent management in place, and particularly gets a salary cap process with some integrity, the NRL will continue to be tainted by its favouritism towards the golden boys from the East. The current revelations of their efforts to sweep the drunken indiscretions of the Roosters over recent years under the carpet just proves the NRL have double standards.

      Commenter
      Hargreaves
      Location
      Paddington
      Date and time
      May 21, 2014, 8:12PM
    • I reckon Roosters lesser paid players are contracted to earn around $3.74 a season to fit all the other big name players in their Roster each season...Its simply the Cap that just keeps on giving. I reckon their Bean Counters could get a car to travel to the other side of the Planet for $20.00 Bucks.

      Commenter
      Mike
      Location
      Sydney
      Date and time
      May 21, 2014, 8:55PM
    • I agree Hargreaves whilst ever the Roosters are signing every top player who becomes available and never having to make a tough decision about who to let go like the battling club the whole thing is a joke.

      An independent auditor and a clarification/clean up of the rules especially around 3rd party agreement, which Andrew Faffita's non-contract with the dogs and Darius Boyd being owed hundreds of thousands show are also a farce.

      We're back to the old days of the richest teams buying premierships but at least a back then we didn't have to pretend we were all on a level playing field.

      Commenter
      Seano
      Date and time
      May 22, 2014, 7:16AM
    • Simpletons. Since the mid-90s this stupid accusation of cap rorting has been thrown around by people who have nothing better to throw at a club that have offered them a million reasons to get critical.
      Sonny Bill is chewing up a heap of the cap. He goes next season.
      Minichiello, though no longer a superstar, is chewing up a lot of it. He goes next season.
      Pearce, Tupou, Tuivasa-Sheck, Moga, Kenny-Dowall, Friend, Guerra, Cordner, Napa, Aubusson, Nuuausala - all of them have never played for another club. We didn't have to poach them from anywhere, we brought them into first grade, and as such in some cases, they are still on very little coin, and in other cases, loyalty to some degree ensures that they are probably with us for less than they'd be elsewhere.

      Jared Waerea-Hargreaves played 5 games with Manly, Sam Moa played 1 game with Cronulla about five years ago. Daniel Mortimer would be on peanuts wherever he plays. So it isn't as though they came with big price tags.
      The only name players we've actually picked up in the last few years are Maloney, who wasn't even a rep player at that stage anyway, SBW, and Jennings who was playing reserves at Penrith.

      Now, lets have a look at those we've gotten rid of in the last 5 years.
      Kennedy, Riddell, Aurona, Ryles, Carney Waqa, Symonds, Mason, O'Meley, Cherrington, Masoe, Linnett, Tasi, O'Donnell. Some stars, some not so great, but all gone, and all their salaries with them. Add SBW to that list come 2014, and the $800,000 or whatever he's on per season, and tell me why we won't be able to afford Fergo?

      Commenter
      Phat Boy
      Date and time
      May 22, 2014, 2:18PM
  • Wow! This will help. Putting Blake under the direct influence as such great role models as Mitchell Pearce and Boyd Cordner. Now is Blake and his manager were fair dinkum they would appologise to Raiders fans for his complete disruption of the last season and he would work with kids in the national capital for his keep. Then we might be able to say he is on the road to recovery. This is just a sick sinecure to ease him into the elastic Roosters salary cap.

    Commenter
    Brisraider
    Location
    Queensland
    Date and time
    May 21, 2014, 6:04PM

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