Last year Penrith flyer Josh Mansour [Sam Ayoub‘s client] scored eight tries in 15 games. This year he has just one from 18 games – and it was scored back in round four. NRL.com Senior Reporter Margie McDonald tells this story, The former Test and Origin winger is having his leanest year since 2014, when he scored four, and it’s
Sam Ayoub‘s client Panthers winger Josh Mansour has revealed the “demons” he battled after a sickening facial injury usually seen in car crash victims. In the article written by Troy Whittaker on Sporting News, Mansour says, “Just the way it happened – of course being a winger, my position as well, sitting under a high ball and kind of getting
Sam Ayoub‘s client Panthers winger Josh Mansour has only just returned to first grade but he wasn’t shy of confidence, serving up a mouthful for Blake Ferguson after bundling him out of touch to stop a last-gasp Eels comeback. Read more of this story on Sporting News as written by Michael Di Lonardo.
Penrith coach Ivan Cleary conceded stars Josh Mansour [Sam Ayoub‘s client] and Reagan Campbell-Gillard have no time frame for a return to first grade after the pair paid the price for the side’s woes with demotions this week. Two of the highest-paid players at the club, Mansour and Campbell-Gillard re-signed on long-term deals last season but have experienced the highs
The Western Weekender, Masked Panther shares this story, Sam Ayoub‘s client, “Winger Josh Mansour is really struggling with a persistent injury to his shoulder, which is heavily strapped before every game he plays.” “The club’s medical staff continues to monitor Sauce’s injury, and is hopeful it can be managed through the season.” More of this story here