sport news Anthony Milford finally breaks his silence on his exile from the NRL  trends now

sport news Anthony Milford finally breaks his silence on his exile from the NRL  trends now
sport news Anthony Milford finally breaks his silence on his exile from the NRL  trends now

sport news Anthony Milford finally breaks his silence on his exile from the NRL  trends now

Anthony Milford finally breaks his silence on his exile from the NRL to reveal how Souths left him stranded 'nowhere' and why he'll never forget Wayne Bennett's amazing gesture as he hit rock bottom Former Broncos star has lashed out at Souths over his treatment last year  Milford is eternally grateful for Wayne Bennett's support during his exile  Halfback is on course to debut for Newcastle against Brisbane in round 11

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In the last seven months former Broncos star Anthony Milford has been charged with assault, lost $175,000 in wages in a contract stand-off with the NRL and been reduced to living in a room at his parents' house with his footy future in limbo.

Now the 27-year-old has broken his silence on his battle to get back on the field, revealing he's been in talks with the Dolphins after coach Wayne Bennett played a crucial role in getting him out of legal trouble and saying he was 'left nowhere' by South Sydney.

Milford is on track to debut for Newcastle against his old Broncos club next Thursday and said he still has a point to prove in the NRL. 

It's a pity he's not returning against Souths, judging by his criticism of the club after they signed him to a one-year deal that wasn't registered, then dropped off him when his assault charge came up.

After seven months in the footy wilderness, Milford looks set to return for Newcastle against his old club Brisbane next Thursday - bringing an end to seven months in the footy wilderness

After seven months in the footy wilderness, Milford looks set to return for Newcastle against his old club Brisbane next Thursday - bringing an end to seven months in the footy wilderness

Milford had three assault charges dropped by a Brisbane court, with a character reference from Wayne Bennett proving crucial - as was the supercoach's unwavering support as he battled his way back into the game

Milford had three assault charges dropped by a Brisbane court, with a character reference from Wayne Bennett proving crucial - as was the supercoach's unwavering support as he battled his way back into

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