sport news James Segeyaro details his battle to return from the wilderness after drug bust trends now

sport news James Segeyaro details his battle to return from the wilderness after drug bust trends now
sport news James Segeyaro details his battle to return from the wilderness after drug bust trends now

sport news James Segeyaro details his battle to return from the wilderness after drug bust trends now

James Segeyaro details his battle to return from the wilderness after drug bust - revealing he worked as a traffic controller before picking up an NRL lifeline with Manly  James Segeyaro was suspended by NRL for a failed drug test in October 2019  He was handed a 20-month backdated ban in February 2020 PNG international worked as a tradie and traffic controller during his time away The hooker has played six games for Manly's feeder club in NSW Cup And he could return to the NRL in Round 11 against Parramatta 

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A year after working as a traffic controller and concreter, James Segeyaro could make his NRL return next week when Manly face Parramatta in Round 11.

The hooker was suspended by the NRL in October 2019 for returning a positive sample at an anti-doping test - which he has maintained was ingested via a housemate's blender - and then copped a backdated 20-month ban in February 2020.

The Papua New Guinea international has played six games for the Blacktown Workers - Manly‘s feeder club - in the NSW Cup, enough to earn himself a $1,000-per-week train and trial contract with the Sea Eagles.

James Segeyaro could make his NRL return next week when Manly play Parramatta

James Segeyaro could make his NRL return next week when Manly play Parramatta

A meeting with Manly boss Des Hasler last week,

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