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Rabbitohs forward Jason Clark says the only people who can turn around the fortunes of his team are the team themselves, as the Rabbitohs begin preparations to take on the Penrith Panthers this Friday night at Pepper Stadium.

Speaking to media ahead of the team’s recovery session at North Sydney Leagues Club today (Saturday), Clark said the team needs to focus on the fundamentals of the game to turn around the results on the scoreboard.

“The people that are going to get us out of it is us,” Clark said.

“We’ve got to stick together, work hard, and start working for each other even more.”

Clark, who was sporting more stitches above his left eye following last night’s game against the Eels, said he thinks it may have been friendly fire that caused the latest split to his brow.

“I don’t know if it was from one of my own players even?” Clark said with a grin.

“I haven’t watched it yet but it’s becoming a common thing. I’m getting used to it now so it’s not too bad.”

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