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Rabbitohs back-rower, Ben Te'o, fronted the rugby league media this week ahead of tomorrow's Grand Final blockbuster against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium.

After serving a five-week suspension, Te’o was thrown back into the match by coming off the bench against the Roosters in the Preliminary Final – the lethal defender making an immediate impact.

“When Madge gave me the opportunity to come off the bench, I knew I had to bring some impact,” said Te’o.

“Five week’s with no footy has been tough, but very excited and privileged to be a part of this week.”


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The Grand Final will be Te’o’s last outing with the Rabbitohs before he heads overseas, with Te’o admitting that the Rabbitohs mean a  lot to him.

“This Club means a lot to me,” admitted the departing Maroon.

“I think I’ve changed a lot as a person, as a player since I’ve come here, and it means a lot to me and the squad to be here this week and we’re just going to enjoy it.”

To watch the full interview, please press play on the video player.

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