Former Rabbitoh Adam Reynolds is bracing himself for a tsunami of sledging when the Broncos play Souths – and he is aware of EXACTLY which former teammate shall be operating his mouth
- Adam Reynolds spent 10 years with South Sydney, making two Grand Finals
- He moved to the Broncos within the offseason after a contract standoff with Souths
- Reynolds will face his former crew for the primary time on Thursday evening
- However 31-year-old insists he has no ‘exhausting emotions’ for the Bunnies after leaving membership
Adam Reynolds insists ‘there aren’t any exhausting emotions’ after leaving South Sydney, however he’s bracing himself for a barrage of sledging when he returns to his outdated stomping floor with the Broncos.
Brisbane tackle the Rabbitohs at Stadium Australia on Thursday evening and the star halfback is aware of precisely what sort of reception awaits him and who would be the most vocal of his former teammates.
‘Jai Arrow,’ the 31-year-old instructed the Courier Mail when requested whom he expects many of the verbal salvo to return from.
Adam Reynolds will face the Rabbitohs for the primary time since leaving the membership within the offseason
‘There shall be a little bit of banter, which is all the time enjoyable. Trying ahead to what Jai Arrow has to say. He may be a bit quiet this time.’
After 10 seasons with the Bunnies, Reynolds moved north of the border throughout the offseason, penning a three-year take care of Broncos after Souths tabled a one-year extension provide.
Reynolds recommended the event might show a blessing in disguise as he ‘all the time needed to reside up this fashion’ after retiring and made clear he doesn’t maintain a grudge in opposition to his former membership.
Reynolds spent 10 years with South Sydney, reaching the Grand Ultimate in 2014 and 2021
‘There aren’t any exhausting emotions. It’s a determination that needed to be made,’ he defined.
The 31-year-old has been in wonderful type for the Broncos this season, enjoying an influential position as Brisbane secured back-to-back wins in opposition to Canterbury and Cronulla over the previous two weeks to snap a four-game dropping streak.
The Broncos and Souths have already crossed path this season, with Brisbane upsetting final season’s Grand Ultimate runners-up 11-4 at Suncorp Stadium in Spherical 1.
Reynolds missed the sport via damage and is adamant dealing with his former crew, with whom he received the 2014 Grand Ultimate, is not going to present any additional motivation.
The 31-year-old insists he feels at house in Brisbane and has no regrets about shifting north
The previous NSW consultant has been in wonderful type for the Broncos these days
‘I’m a Broncos participant,’ he continued.
‘Developing in opposition to an outdated crew doesn’t actually matter. I’ve numerous great recollections from the membership and numerous mates there. It’s what it’s.
‘For me, it’s no completely different. I wish to go on the market and win for this membership. My angle is not any completely different.’