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Menzies Expects Bradford Exit

By Wayne Gardiner 13/08/2010 10:08:42 AM Comments (0)

Super League's oldest player, Steve Menzies, is looking for a new club for next season after admitting he is unlikely to remain with Bradford.

The 36-year-old, who turns 37 later in the year, is coming to the end of his two year-stay with the Bulls after a 16-year stint with Australian NRL side Manly.

Menzies, known universally in the game as 'the beaver', is keen to remain with Bradford, but with new coach Mick Potter taking over in November he accepts that his time at the Grattan Stadium is likely to be up.

"Bradford have come back and said they're looking at other avenues at this stage," he told BBC Radio Leeds.

"I don't think they have definitely said no but they're just looking at other options.

"It's getting pretty late in the season and I'd like to play one more season. I still think I've got another season in me in Super League.

"I've been happy with the way I've played so I still think I can play another 12 months."

Menzies, who is the second all-time leading try-scoring forward in the history of the NRL, is thought to be interesting Huddersfield, Wakefield and Harlequins.

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