Those names – think Cam Murray, Tyrell Fuimaono, Braidon Burns and Siosifa Talakai – will be better for the run and provide competition to established players.The big question is at No.9 given new coach Anthony Seibold’s preference for an 80-minute hooker while Cody Walker should flourish in the security of the No.6 jersey given Inglis’s return at the back.Left centre and wing are wide open with Fuimaono, Burns, Hymel Hunt, Robert Jennings, Jacob Gagan, Campbell Graham, Adam Doueihi and Richard Kennar just some of the candidates pushing for spots on that edge.NRL.com expert Jamie Soward says:”Rob Jennings might get a spot on the wing for Braidon Burns. They never got that right winger quite right this year, they kept chopping and changing. Fuimaono is probably a back-rower but he seemed to find a spot in the centres.”Damien Cook is under a lot of pressure to play 80 minutes and keep that quality. I don’t know if it was right last year, I don’t know if it was wrong either but they played two hookers at times. Cook is so fast and plays 13 for 10 or 15 minutes and really changed the tempo of the game.”Souths were at their best when Issac Luke was playing 80 minutes and bringing the forwards onto the ball. Cook does that. He’s still learning the game, he’s still relatively young in terms of his first-grade career. I think Cook probably has the edge at the moment being a bit younger but he’s going to have Farah breathing down his neck all year.”Their back line will all depend on how Greg Inglis is. You might find he goes to centres, Fuimaono to back row and push Sutton or even Crichton back to the bench given what’s happened (with Crichton signing for Roosters). Gagai or even Alex Johnston would have to go to fullback.”NRL.com’s predicted Round 1 team:1 Greg Inglis, 2 Alex Johnston, 3 Tyrell Fuimaono, 4 Dane Gagai, 5 Braidon Burns, 6 Cody Walker, 7 Adam Reynolds, 8 Thomas Burgess, 9 Damien Cook, 10 Zane Musgrove, 11 John Sutton, 12 Angus Crichton, 13 Sam Burgess. Interchange: 14 Cameron Murray, 15 Kyle Turner, 16 Jason Clark, 17 George Burgess. Reserves: 18 Robbie Farah, 19 Mark Nicholls, 20 Siosifa Talakai, 21 Robert Jennings.
Eurocup: “The first thing is the club, if everything is done well then the selection is something that comes alone.”Close family: “For them it was very important, it is a great happiness that can be here. Copa del Rey? You had to win that game, it’s an ugly day and those games are the worst for not entering with the mentality with which you have to enter. We already look at LaLiga. ”State of form: “I don’t think the circumstances of three weeks change much. I am available to the coach and I have been playing almost always. I do not think that after four years playing this break is very noticeable. If there is a coach who knows me well, it is Lopetegui. He is the perfect person. ”Trajectory in Milan: “One stays with many things. Tactically I have learned a lot and have improved in the Italian league. ” Sevilla seeks to leave the chaos butler and presented today the signing of Suso Fernández as the last piece aimed at strengthening the power of the Julen Lopetegui squad. The player did not hesitate to highlight the importance of his arrival: “We were talking for a week and there was a great desire for this to happen. We all made an effort and what I wanted was to be here. ”Looking to the future and its intentions: “I played here in Spain with 19, it was another moment of my life. Now I arrive at the best possible moment, it is when I am better. There are perfect circumstances and I am in a great club with a coach who knows me perfectly about the national team, it is the perfect moment. ”He influenced his qualities for the team: “There are very good players, as in all the great teams. I come to help and improve in many ways to make the goal easier. ”