I can't see it being broken. That is an insane record. You would need to play like 300 games on the wing to beat it. Hard for a winger to last that long in the game.
Hopefully they assist him with Gambling councelling. Really the club had to know. And clubs should be looking at these young guys and seeing how they are spending there money. Too much time, too much cash. It's usually a recipe for disaster unless they get that guidance. Maybe holding back cash for the young guys, say 20% that they get when they haven't played for say 1 year. Into some sort of trust fund. At least it gives them something to fall back on.
But the NRL should be payign for the counselling session to allow him to live normally (well the club at any rate).
It would make for some fantastic weekends away to the Gold Coast to watch a match!
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