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Player Poll: Who 'Googles' themselves?

We've all done it. We've all typed our name into Google to see what comes up but if you are a star in the National Rugby League are you also checking your internet presence? According to their teammates these players are fiends for it.

Adam Blair (Broncos)

Tevita Pangai Jnr. He knows everything about anything anyway. He is a footy head. After every game he knows everyone's stats so he'd be the first one looking at his stats on Google for sure.


Joe Greenwood (Titans)

I'd have to say Chris McQueen. I think he just wants to Google his stats and even the write-ups, seeing if people are writing good things about him. I think he gets a buzz from that.

Damien Cook (Rabbitohs)

I see Sam Burgess reading his head in the papers so I reckon he's Googled himself a few times and edited his Wikipedia page.

Nathaniel Roache (Warriors)

Hingano. Ata would Google himself just to check on himself and how he was doing online. But don't tell him I said that.


Ata Hingano (Warriors)

Definitely Nathaniel Roache. He doesn't have Instagram and doesn't go on social media much, so a lot of the boys give it to him and tell him that the Warriors post photos of him. So he goes and searches himself, reads the comments too, his head gets big and he comes to training talking about himself. He walks in wearing no shirt, we don't blame him with that physique. We talked about getting tattoos once, he said, 'Mate, I don't need them'.

Anthony Don (Titans)

Jarrod Wallace.

Tyrell Fuimaono (Rabbitohs) 

One hundred per cent Braidon Burns. I don't think he goes by a mirror without looking at himself so he'd be definitely one to Google himself.

Albert Vete (Warriors)

I heard Nate and Ata said each other – those two have a bromance and can't leave each other alone – but it would be Charlie Gubb. He would Google himself to see if someone had put together a highlight package of him.


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