James Graham has clarified that he has not agreed a role with St George Illawarra Dragons over leading their female academy.
Last week, the Dragons tweeted that the recently retired St Helens legend would return to the Dragons in 2021 to help establish a female academy.
But Graham has since confirmed in a short message via England RL to clarify that he has not agreed a role with the Dragons over the reported role.
A tweet from England RL read: “An update from Sydney – James Graham has asked us to clarify that he hasn’t agreed a role with the Dragons’ female academy, as had been suggested by the club over the weekend.”
An update from Sydney – James Graham has asked us to clarify that he hasn’t agreed a role with the Dragons’ female academy, as had been suggested by the club over the weekend.#EnglandRL pic.twitter.com/Fi6OtLWuip
— England Rugby League (@England_RL) January 24, 2021
Graham made more than 400 club appearances for St Helens, Canterbury Bulldogs and the Dragons. He earned 53 caps for Great Britain and England.
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