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Sport Brisbane Broncos recruit Jack Bird to undergo more surgery

07:21  14 june  2018
07:21  14 june  2018 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Prize Brisbane Broncos recruit Jack Bird’s season of misery could already be over after coach Wayne Bennett confirmed the former Cronulla star needs more surgery.

Bird, who signed a four-year deal with the Broncos last year, missed the pre-season after undergoing off-season shoulder surgery and has been horribly out of form since making his club debut in Round 3 against Wests Tigers.

The 23-year-old hasn’t played since Round 10 against Manly, with Bennett revealing the $3.5 million utility must now go under the knife again to repair his injured sternum.

“I’m hoping his season isn’t over, they are saying if he has the operation it could be six weeks so there’s a possibility he could be back this year,” Bennett told The Courier Mail’s Peter Badel.

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In a huge blow to the start of the Brisbane Broncos ’ 2018 campaign, new prized- recruit Jack Bird is set to miss the opening of the season as he undergoes a full shoulder reconstruction as reported by The Mole today. “We’ll know more after the surgery but we’re hopeful he’ll be ready for Round 1.

Broncos captain Darius Boyd sees similar traits in new recruit Jack Bird ahead of club debut. Sent for shoulder surgery that the Sharks didn’t feel was necessary while he was at Cronulla shortly after moving to Brisbane , Bird has also battled a sternum injury in pre-season.

“But to be honest, Jack can’t play at the moment. He’s in pain and he’s no good for us if he can’t play to his potential.”

Bennett publicly criticised the Sharks following Bird’s arrival last year, accusing The Shire Club of failing to disclose the severity of his shoulder injury.

Broncos medical staff decided the former NSW utility needed a shoulder reconstruction, robbing him of an off-season and delaying the start to his first campaign at Red Hill.

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More . About Us. Community. Jack Bird will make his long awaited Brisbane Broncos debut on Friday night, eight years after Wayne Bennett recruited him as a 15-year-old at the St George Illawarra Dragons.

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Bennett took another shot at the Sharks on Wednesday, claiming Bird’s sternum injury is also a carry-over from his time at the Sydney club.

“It wasn’t our doing, he came to our club with this injury, we need to get things sorted out for him,” he said.

Bennett's comments add further spice to an already contentious relationship between the two clubs, with the Sharks to host the Broncos in a Round 15 clash on Saturday.

Bird, a member of Cronulla’s 2016 premiership-winning side, has managed just eight games for the Broncos this season.

His maiden campaign in Brisbane has also been plagued by persistent speculation he is homesick and wants out of the remaining three years of his lucrative deal.

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