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Captivating Stories of Jamal Idris

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Idris has been wandering around too. Since dropping an NRL bombshell by quitting a multimillion-dollar contract with the Penrith Panthers last November, the dreadlocked giant has ­travelled a staggering 105,000km in an 11-country search for his soul.
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Idris played three senior games during the 2008 season and earned a two-year deal with the Bulldogs. It didn’t take long for higher honours to start flowing.
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After embarking on a worldwide journey of self-discovery that spanned 12 countries in less than 12 months, Idris is now keen on making a comeback to the competition.
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WE find Jamal Idris in Pune, India. The rugby league runaway is feeding wild dogs on a litter-lined street. “I feed ’em every day,’’ the former State of Origin star said. “These puppies man ... they are strays. They just wander around and me and my mates, well, we just ended up looking after them.’’
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Former NRL star Jamal Idris has declared himself ready for a return to the game, and says his manager has already received interest from a number of clubs to play next season.
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Idris has been wandering around too. Since dropping an NRL bombshell by quitting a multimillion-dollar contract with the Penrith Panthers last November, the dreadlocked giant has ­travelled a staggering 105,000km in an 11-country search for his soul.
Imagine having the opportunity to actually do this. What a wonderful journey to self discovery.
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The reality is that while it’s important for professional athletes to be well rounded and have outside interests, it’s impossible to perform at the elite level without giving it your full commitment.
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Former NRL star Jamal Idris has declared himself ready for a return to the game, and says his manager has already received interest from a number of clubs to play next season.
The 26-year-old hasn't appeared in the NRL since being released by Penrith late in 2015 to take an indefinite leave of absence.
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Idris was a champion athlete as a young child, emerging as a talented shot put and javelin thrower, and representing Australia at the 2007 world youth championships in discus.
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Jamal Dasuki Idris (born 6 July 1990) is an Australian professional rugby league footballer. An Australia national and New South Wales State of Origin representative centre, he previously played for the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, Gold Coast Titans and Penrith Panthers in the National Rugby League. He has also represented the Indigenous All Stars.
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I must read up on this player. I guess I can catch a game or two that he is playing. He definitely looks solid and ready to go.
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