General David Myles returns to NRL

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Utility David Myles will return from a stint with French team Toulouse to play for the Gold Coast Titans in their inaugural NRL season next year.
Myles, 28, has become the Titans' 26th signing after agreeing to a one-year deal with the new franchise.
Gold Coast managing director Michael Searle said Myles' experience in NRL finals with the New Zealand Warriors and North Queensland was a big plus for the Titans.
"He's a very talented player and I have no doubt he has the ability and the determination to force his way into the first grade squad," Searle added.
Myles made his first grade debut for the Gold Coast Chargers in 1998 before joining Cronulla the following year.
The five-eighth/centre played for the Warriors from 2000-02 and the Cowboys from 2003-05.
The Brisbane product helped Toulouse reach this year's French Super League grand final.
Coach John Cartwright believes Myles' versatility will prove invaluable to the Titans.
"To have a player of the calibre of David Myles with his utility value and experience as a first grade player is outstanding," Cartwright said.
"I have no doubt he will place a lot of pressure on players within our top squad which is a good thing.
"Players like David could potentially prove to be our most important signings in our inaugural year."
 

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MiXmasterreece said:
https://news.ninemsn.com.au/article.aspx?id=78060

Utility David Myles will return from a stint with French team Toulouse to play for the Gold Coast Titans in their inaugural NRL season next year.
Myles, 28, has become the Titans' 26th signing after agreeing to a one-year deal with the new franchise.
Gold Coast managing director Michael Searle said Myles' experience in NRL finals with the New Zealand Warriors and North Queensland was a big plus for the Titans.
"He's a very talented player and I have no doubt he has the ability and the determination to force his way into the first grade squad," Searle added.
Myles made his first grade debut for the Gold Coast Chargers in 1998 before joining Cronulla the following year.
The five-eighth/centre played for the Warriors from 2000-02 and the Cowboys from 2003-05.
The Brisbane product helped Toulouse reach this year's French Super League grand final.
Coach John Cartwright believes Myles' versatility will prove invaluable to the Titans.
"To have a player of the calibre of David Myles with his utility value and experience as a first grade player is outstanding," Cartwright said.
"I have no doubt he will place a lot of pressure on players within our top squad which is a good thing.
"Players like David could potentially prove to be our most important signings in our inaugural year."

Good to see someone recognise his value to a team - pity the Warrioirs couldn't see it when it was plain to see.

Kav
 

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