Brad Fittler, the coach of the NSW Blues, acknowledges that facing criticism on social media is a regular part of the game as his team gets ready to travel to Brisbane for Origin II.
Following their loss in the first match at Adelaide Oval, Fittler decided to make five changes to the side. Tevita Pangai Junior and Nicho Hynes were dropped in favor of Stefano Utoikamanu and Reece Robson. Additionally, Damien Cook and Mitchell Moses were brought in to replace the injured Apisai Koroisau and Nathan Cleary, respectively. Although Latrell Mitchell was initially included, he unfortunately got injured and was replaced by Stephen Crichton.
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Ever since taking on the role of NSW Blues coach, Fittler has faced plenty of criticism for his team selections. However, he understands that this comes with the territory. Many fans have expressed their belief that Adam Reynolds and Nicho Hynes should have been included in the team as well.
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