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Roosters Radio Episode 96: Luke Keary

In this weeks episode of Roosters Radio, we sit down with Roosters Halfback Luke Keary, who gives us an update on his ACL rehab, his opinion on the emerging leaders in the squad and his thoughts on the team's performances this year.

We go over the pathways results, review our dominant win over Newcastle over the weekend and preview this week's big Friday night clash at Bankwest Stadium against Parramatta.

After suffering a season-ending ACL rupture in Round 3, Keary gave an update on his rehabilitation and his thoughts on the victory over the Knights

"It's good. I'm three weeks post-op now, so I'm walking around and getting back into rehab and everything and trying to hang around the boys," he said.

"Robbo (Trent Robinson) has given me a few little jobs to do, which is cool. So it's obviously super disappointing to not be playing this year but I get to spend some time with family and probably just decompress for a season and really go after the back end of my career.

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"I thought the weekend was our best win. It may not look like it but they (Newcastle) did turn up and the boys just blew them off the park. They played tough. They played hard. They played with skill. They did it over the whole 80 minutes.

"They put 38 points on a fairly decent team. And they only conceded the one try. I thought it was their best win of the season and obviously, the way it finished was not great, but I think we're tracking well.

"There's a lot of senior guys that have kind of moved on or injured. And I think the current players there are doing a great job."


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Sydney Roosters respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.