Quade Cooper: Club rugby pathway good enough for me

Quade Cooper is adamant the best thing for his rugby future is to stay in Brisbane and play in the Queensland Premier Rugby competition. The mercurial five-eighth today swatted away suggestions he could look for a contract overseas. “I’m very happy where I am," Cooper said. “I signed a three-year contract.” “That’s showing your cards as it is. I want to be here for three years and enjoy playing for my club and the rest will all look after it’s self.” After being named as skipper for Souths this season, Cooper wants to lead the Magpies to a premiership and raise the Hospital Cup. A feat that would go a long way to helping the 29-year-old get back into the Super Rugby fold. “If the opportunity arises to one day represent the Reds and the Wallabies again, then so be it,” said Cooper. But he is confident the direct course for making that happen is by using the Premier Rugby competition the same way so many other rugby players have. “It’s d
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