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Super League star unhappy about his exit from club

After seven years at Huddersfield Giants, hooker Adam O’Brien has admitted he has likely played his last game for the club after his loan move to Halifax Panthers.

This came after the Giants signed Castleford Tigers hooker Adam Milner.

Speaking on BBC Radio Leeds, O’Brien said:

“You may be right, I may have played my last game for Huddersfield. The way Watto is going with the team and the players he has brought in like Adam Milner from Castleford Tigers, so I may have played my last game for Huddersfield unless something changes, something injury wise or he calls me back to play.

“I may have played my last game for Huddersfield but I will take it week by week. I will focus on my job for Halifax and if Huddersfield need me I will do a job for them.

“There is no point over planning it.”

He also admitted he was disappointed by the way his exit has come about:

“It will be a shame, it has been a big part of my career. Huddersfield took a gamble on me in Super League and I have repaid them and done my best for them.

“Yeah if this it is, it’s not a nice way to finish it.

“At the end of the day it is a business, people come and go.”

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