Warrington Wolves’ Jason Clark in future admission

Jason Clark has often been dubbed as ‘the nicest guy in rugby league.’

After spending almost a decade at the South Sydney Rabbitohs, Clark made the move to Warrington Wolves in Super League ahead of the 2019 season.

Since then, the loose-forward has made over 60 appearances, but at 32, the Australian knows he doesn’t have long left in the game.

And, he’s been preparing for life after rugby league.

“I will actually be studying at Loughborough University which is going to be over the internet,” Clark told the Through The Wire podcast.

“I’m 32 now and, in this game, I don’t really know when it’s going to come to an end – it doesn’t scare me but it is exciting.”

Clark revealed that he already has an offer from back home in Australia and that he will take it up once his playing career has finished.

“I’m learning off Kylie Leuluai with him being the welfare officer.

“I will go back with the Bunnies (South Sydney Rabbitohs) in Australia.

“I think it’s an area in society and rugby league that is really growing and I want to be there to help people.

“tThe game is growing and there ar eyounger players that i want to help. veryone wants a shoulder to lean on

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