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There is a strange connection between Jarryd Hayne and Kieran Foran. Two of the biggest names to play for Parramatta have both walked out on the club in an effort to find themselves. And now Foran’s departure opens the way for Hayne’s return.

Hayne left with ambition in his head and God as his navigator. No matter what anyone says, he did more than anyone would have thought. He continues to.

Foran leaves with no real plan and a head that simply won’t allow him to enjoy day-to-day life. His heart is heavy because of a relationship breakdown and he misses his kids. He is weighed down by depression and battling significant issues on a number of fronts. It’s not my place to say what they are.

What needs to be made very clear is that right now Foran is in the fight of his life. He is craving normality and stability and is NOT interested in football. Not the Bulldogs. Not the Roosters. Not the Sea Eagles. He just walked away from close to $4million. He has a massive mortgage and other debts. He is not doing it with a pile of savings and he is certainly not a trust fund baby.

When I announced on Thursday night on Nine news that Foran would have to quit the Eels to allow Parrramatta to make a play for Hayne, Iwas shot down pretty quickly. But Parramatta were already making noises that day that they had the money for Hayne and with the right information it was a move I was comfortable forecasting. When Foran sent the text to teammates the next morning, my story was confirmed.

Now the pressure is on Parramatta to sign Hayne.

Foran wanted three months away from football, but that idea didn’t sit well with Eels coach Brad Arthur. As much compassion as the coach has for his star player, he couldn’t do that. Arthur and Foran have had many chats about his future. Yes, Foran has thought about quitting before. He’s raised it with Arthur. And dismissed the idea after chatting to those he trusts, including Arthur and his agents, George Mimis and Paul Sutton.

But in recent days it has become too much. The thought of turning up to training has filled him with angst; it’s made him sick in the stomach. He has been unable to process the thought of playing football. When he spoke to Arthur on Thursday it was because he couldn’t see a way out.

Foran has been boiling this week. The suggestion from one columnist that he was making light of his situation tipped him over the edge. His response to that columnist was a blistering phone call. He was reported by the columnist to the NRL for his blast. This came a few days after police were called to intercept Foran as he was driving up the coast due to fears for his safety.

Mimis has been concerned about Foran for weeks. It is my understanding that he has been sourcing Foran further medical and expert help. Mimis has cared for him 24-7. Above and beyond. He continues to.

Arthur is a football coach who isn’t an expert with mental health issues, but he has tried his best. Like everyone he wants Foran to be better. Lifeline: 131 114beyondblue: 1300 22 4636

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