James Graham EXPLODES reporters who started the Mitchell Moses to the Roosters rumor, calling the ‘bitches’ an ‘absolute disgrace’ for playing with the Eels star’s mental health
James Graham has launched a stunning attack on media figures in the NRL after Mitchell Moses cleared up any doubts about his future at Parramatta.
The 28-year-old arms broker has put pen to paper on a new deal that will keep him with the Eels until 2028, after being linked with unlikely moves to the Roosters and Tigers.
And former NRL star turned pundit Graham has lashed out at speculation Moses was looking elsewhere, insisting the media failed to take into account the 28-year-old’s mental health during the saga.
‘What little bitches they are,’ he said on Triple M. ‘What two little bitches.
‘No, I’m sorry, in the world of mental health, how has Moses been these last few days? Like in terms of waiting to put out fires and, you know, ‘oh, are you leaving?’ Do you think that helps him?
James Graham has lashed out at the ‘little bitches’ who speculated on the future of Mitch Moses
The Parra gunman confirmed his future with the Eels despite press reports that suggest otherwise
The 28-year-old kicked the game-winning field goal for the Eels against Penrith on Thursday.
‘Cause you two want to start a rumor, you little bitches. Absolute shame, they sound like my mother and sister gossiping. I hate gossipers. Like they fuck me.
It is not clear which two figures Graham is referring to.
Despite reports that emerged on Thursday, Eels coach Brad Arthur still did not know anything before the Panthers game and said he and the team had not yet been informed of the decision.
“Unless Mitch has news for us later in the team meeting, they haven’t told us yet,” he said.
The 28-year-old already had an option in his favor for next season, but the new contract, worth $1.2 million a year, will keep him at the Eels for the long term.
At different stages, Moses also responded to suggestions that he was greedy or giving his management too much power, as Parramatta got off to a 0-3 start.
But Moses decided to stay loyal to the Eels and capped off an extraordinary day with a dream match-winning golden point field goal to secure a huge win over Penrith.
His signing comes after the fifth and eighth Dylan Brown signed a new contract with the NRL club in January, setting it until 2025 with an option in favor of the playmaker to extend it until 2031.