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Benji needs time: Gregor

Thursday, May 29, 2014

SYDNEY - Getting the best out of Benji Marshall is shaping up to be one of the biggest challenges for St George Illawarra caretaker coach Paul McGregor.

But the former joint venture captain says all he needs is time.

Marshall put in an indifferent performance against the Dragons, a 36-0 thrashing at the hands of Parramatta.

But McGregor is adamant the former Wests Tigers superstar still has the skills that made him one of the game's leading players and they are returning day by day.

"We have to have time and be patient, we all know he can play football and each time I see him out on the football park he is improving."

Marshall's first game his five errors made headlines".

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