But Brennan says the early signs are good that Cartwright has discovered the desire to rectify a nightmare 2018 debut with the Titans when he was slammed for his attitude. Brennan talked up Cartwright’s chances of featuring this year in the Titans’ back row after the former Penrith star had stood tall at pre-season training.
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Cartwright training with a ‘freak’ as he pushes for Titans recall 11-01-2019 05:56 via Sport news and galleries | Herald Sun Gold Coast NRL coach Garth Brennan admits there are no guarantees Bryce Cartwright can turn around his defensive woes and finally cement a starting Titans spot in 2019.
He says he often hears the same question: "People always ask me how I got the job and then they ask how they can get it”. Mick didn't always drive such sweet rigs. He started off driving an old meat truck. "I would run in and out of the back with a pig over my shoulder or half a cow, which was a good workout,” Mick says.