Josh Addo-Carr will ink the newest title … then the future...

Regardless of where he ends up, Addo-Carr knows he’ll have to readjust his expectations because no other team is like Melbourne.

“Hopefully it will be in the next few years,” said Addo-Carr of a third title. “I know I’ll do my best.” Wherever I go, I’ll try to teach the younger guys how to be good footy players.

“It definitely won’t be the same [because] No other team is like Melbourne. No other team is from Melbourne. I have definitely grown as a player and would like to believe that I am a seasoned player now … I want to share my experience with other rugby players to see how they grow and thrive. ”

Addo-Carr himself said his management had received a healthy interest from the clubs in Sydney and that he was still open to moving from wing to full-back.

Happy to play Addo-Carr in the # 1 jersey, the Tigers were seen as front runners before talks stalled in October. The Storm have also made it clear that they want a comparable replacement before officially granting Addo-Carr an early release.

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Canterbury has also shown genuine interest and appointed him as a defender. The dogs are far from committing to the steward role after also selling the fullback dream to Charlie Staines before staying with Penrith.

Addo-Carr is a proud indigenous man who grew up near South Sydney. While the Rabbitohs want to part with James Roberts, they are already well equipped for the back from the outside.

The 25-year-old leaves Melbourne with fond memories of the club, the players and coach Craig Bellamy who made me the player I have always dreamed of.

“I will obviously miss the club and these guys – I won two premierships here and nobody can take that away from me,” said Addo-Carr. “I’m player number 176, nobody can.” Take that away from me I’m glad I did my part for this club. I played my role and gave everything for the club.

“There are a couple of clubs my manager talked to me about. It will definitely be Sydney or somewhere near Sydney. I look forward to being honest. I’ve been in Melbourne for four or five years. Now I’ve moved to Melbourne for my family and it’s time to come back for my family. ”


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