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Rebels to change style for Koroibete

  • Rebels to change style for Koroibete

    MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 19: Marika Koroibete of the Storm poses during a Melbourne Storm NRL Media Opportunity at AAMI Park on September 19, 2016 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Melbourne coach Tony McGahan has vowed to adopt a more expansive attacking approach to make use of potentially the most destructive wing pairing in the Super Rugby competition.

With NRL convert Marika Koroibete taking one wing and Wallabies powerhouse Sefa Naivalu on the other, McGahan is salivating at the thought of the two in full flight.

"We've got to work out clever ways of getting them the ball and getting them involved - that's the key part," McGahan said.

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"We really want to expand our game and evolve our game to what we've been able to do."

The Rebels are confident Koroibete will recover from a knee injury in time for the club's round-one cl

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