Parramatta should cut Sandow, says Kenny

Parramatta legend Brett Kenny says the club should rip up the contract of big money signing Chris Sandow if he doesn’t find form soon.

Sandow, 23, was a big name close season signing from South Sydney Rabbitohs, but he has struggled to make an impact as the Eels have won just one game from seven so far this season.

Speaking in Australian magazine Rugby League Week, Kenny said: “He is not performing and there can only be two reasons for that. Either he doesn’t want to be there or he doesn’t have the ability.

“Either way it’s unacceptable and it is time for the club to step in and do something.

“I would give him another two weeks and if he doesn’t start looking interested, I’d cut my losses and get rid of him and put in a young bloke who will have a go.”

The half-back has scored three tries and 14 goals in his seven appearances so far. He previously scored 19 tries in 84 appearances for the Rabbitohs, since making his debut back in 2008.

Kenny, 51, who won the Golden Boot in 1986, played more than 250 games for the Eels, and also played 17 times each for New South Wales State of Origin and Australia.

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