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  • 14 Jun
    导出博客文章Not on my watch.Memories of a divided Australias disastrous 1985 tour of New
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    Queensland veteran Corey Parkers claim that tensions between the State of Origin
    teams were at an all-time high ahead of the end-of-year Four Nations campaign in
    the UK.But Meninga vowed to stamp out any interstate issues in the Kangaroos
    camp after enduring a fractured Kangaroos trip across the ditch 31 years
    ago.Back then Terry Fearnley held both the Kangaroos and NSW reins, ensuring
    plenty of interstate friction - especially after the Blues had won their first
    Origin series in 1985.Fearnley copped plenty of criticism after appearing to
    prefer NSW players over Maroons across the ditch, culminating in a humiliating
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    Australia.Asked if he feared a repeat of the 1985 debacle, Meninga said: That
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    trophy and leading the Blues away after last weeks game three in Sydney.Meninga
    not only has to unite his Kangaroos team ahead of the end-of-year Four Nations
    in the UK but also next years World Cup which was launched in Brisbane on
    Tuesday.But Meninga - a veteran of 32 games for Queensland before a decade-long
    stint as Maroons coach - could not see a problem.Origin is about passion, thats
    what makes it so special, he said.Players will move on. I dont anticipate any
    problems whatsoever.He refuted Parkers claim that Origin hatred had reached
    another level this year.I dont think so - its as per normal, he said.Its part of
    the banter and theatre of Origin - there wont be any issues.Kangaroos captain
    Smith reckoned anyone who couldnt get over their Origin issues shouldnt be
    picked for Australia.Anyone that struggles with getting a call up to play for
    Australia and leaving that stuff at the door shouldnt play, he said.
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