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Tuesday, 21 May 2019

Latrell's painful split: 'I couldn't get out of bed'


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Latrell Mitchell has revealed his anguish over a messy split from his manager, revealing that there were times where he was bedridden.

Roosters superstar Mitchell split from agent Steve Deacon and has now linked with Wayde Rushton, who operates a small client list that includes Newcastle Knights ace Kalyn Ponga.

The split was amplified by claims that Mitchell was being influenced towards a club switch to South Sydney. Mitchell told The Daily Telegraph that "there's nothing there" with the Rabbitohs and opened up on his struggles with changing agents.

“There’s been times this year where I couldn’t get out of bed,” Mitchell said. “Where I didn’t want to get out of bed, didn’t want to go to training, nothing.

“It was my first time dealing with a situation like this and I felt like if I could just stay in bed I’d be all right.”

In the wide-ranging Telegraph interview, Mitchell also spoke about his desire to play five-eighth, about how he loves "dominating" opponents at centre, and called for James Roberts to be retained at right centre for NSW in Origin despite being dropped to reserve grade.

Mitchell also branded Cameron Smith the NRL's greatest player and gave an empowering message to Indigenous kids, with NRL Indigenous Round played this weekend.

Latrell Mitchell has revealed his anguish over a messy split from his manager, revealing that there were times where he was bedridden.

Roosters superstar Mitchell split from agent Steve Deacon and has now linked with Wayde Rushton, who operates a small client list that includes Newcastle Knights ace Kalyn Ponga.

The split was amplified by claims that Mitchell was being influenced towards a club switch to South Sydney. Mitchell told The Daily Telegraph that "there's nothing there" with the Rabbitohs and opened up on his struggles with changing agents.

“There’s been times this year where I couldn’t get out of bed,” Mitchell said. “Where I didn’t want to get out of bed, didn’t want to go to training, nothing.

“It was my first time dealing with a situation like this and I felt like if I could just stay in bed I’d be all right.”

In the wide-ranging Telegraph interview, Mitchell also spoke about his desire to play five-eighth, about how he loves "dominating" opponents at centre, and called for James Roberts to be retained at right centre for NSW in Origin despite being dropped to reserve grade.

Mitchell also branded Cameron Smith the NRL's greatest player and gave an empowering message to Indigenous kids, with NRL Indigenous Round played this weekend.

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