Rabbitohs Fans Start A Petition To Keep Fan Favourite Jason Clark At The Club Beyond 2018

"We love you JC"

21 April 2018

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In late 2017, Jason Clark was told by Rabbitohs general manager of football Shane Richardson his services would no longer be required beyond the 2018 season.

It was a tough and bitter pill to swallow for the 28-year-old, who recently surpassed 150 games for the club, but he took it on the chin and wanted to give his all for the remaining part of his Rabbitohs career. 

"It's hard but the club has been great with me dealing with that sort of stuff," Clark told NRL.com.

"Richo pulled me in last year and wanted to let me know early so I could get on the front foot and look after myself. I am very thankful to him for doing that.

"You never really think about it when you are starting out but as you get older you realise that players come and go, and that is part of the game. I've just got to try and play some good footy to get another contract."

However, it seems as though the fans and members of the clubs are not particularly happy with the club's decision to not renew Clark's contract.

So much so, some fans have started an online petition in the hope of keeping the 2014 Premiership winning player at the club. 

 And in just a few hours, the petition has already garnered over 1,000 signatures. 

Starting a petition to keep one of South Sydney’s favourite sons at the club. Jason was told by club officials that he is no longer in their plans beyond the 2018 NRL season. Jason plays every game with pure Rabbitohs heart and he’s both fan and players favourite. We don’t want to see this amazing player leave this club, he played a big part in our 2014 premiership winning series. We absolutely CAN NOT see this great talent leave. Please sign and share this petition and hopefully get this message to club officials. We love you JC ❤️� - Every South Sydney fan.

If you would like to sign the petition, click here

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