Former prime minister and religious Cronulla Sharks fan Scott Morrison has responded to rumours a few potential new job.
Former prime minister Scott Morrison has denied hypothesis he approached senior rugby league figures a few potential job, claiming the rumours are “only a little bit of pub discuss”.
The religious Cronulla Sharks fan was voted out of Australia’s high job in Could and rumours are swirling he’s planning to take his profession in a distinct course.
Mr Morrison stepped down as Liberal Get together chief following the Coalition’s election defeat however has remained on the backbench because the member for Prepare dinner.
The 54-year-old is reported to have had a short dialogue about turning into a director with the ARL Fee regardless of there being no vacancies.
Nevertheless, Mr Morrison stated he had no plan to work in rugby league.
“Sounds to me like only a little bit of pub discuss,” he informed The Each day Telegraph throughout the Sharks v Melbourne Storm NRL recreation on Thursday night time.
“Love the NRL and my Sharks. PVL (Peter V’landys) and Andrew (Abdo) have finished an incredible job, actually loved working with them as PM to get via Covid and to develop the Pacific program.”
Former treasurer Wayne Swan slammed Mr Morrison’s ARL bid on Friday morning and recommended he settle down following his election loss.
“He’s already bought a job. I imply, he’s the member for Prepare dinner,” Mr Swan informed At the moment.
“I believe he could be much better off following the election defeat simply to go quiet for some time and simply withdraw.”
Two former politicians are among the many eight members of the ARL Fee, which is chaired by Peter V’landys.
Since shedding the election, Mr Morrison has travelled to Bali for a vacation along with his household and recurrently reveals his help for the Sharks in Cronulla.