Krisnan Inu prepares to live his dream
Tue, 25 Sep 2012 6:29p.m.
By Australia Correspondent Rachel Morton
The Warriors let Krisnan Inu go mid-season because they thought he lacked consistency. But more game time at the Bulldogs has made him'"Mr Consistent', and now the 25-year-old is preparing for his third grand final for his third club.
“It's where you always dream of playing, especially as a kid you pretend to kick goals from the side line, the winning kick for a grand final, so to be doing it in real life is such an honour and a blessing,” says Inu.
It's not just Inu involved in back-to-back grand finals. It's the same for coach Des Hasler who made the move from Manly.
If the Doggies win he'll be the first coach to win back-to-back titles for different teams, and the players have put their success down to him.
“He deserves every accolade he gets because the Manly side and our side are two totally different teams, and to be able to produce what he has in 12 months with both sides certainly puts him up there with the best coaches in my opinion,” says Bulldogs captain Michael Ennis.
And Hasler can count on more crowd support from Bulldogs fans than Manly got against the Warriors last year.
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