Posted in Sports NewsGreg Inglis’s retirement from the NRL brings one of many competitors’s most illustrious careers to a detailed. However simply how good was he? Whereas the previous South Sydney and Melbourne star will virtually actually be inducted into the Corridor of Fame, questions loom over whether or not he'll ever fulfil the ‘future Immortal’ tag some have bestowed on him. Showing on the inaugural episode of the Recreation of Codes podcast on Tuesday, Roar NRL Skilled Tim Gore and Editor Daniel Jeffrey made it clear they don’t fairly meet eye to eye on whether or not the 263-gamer deserves the league’s highest honour, with the previous contending there’s just one present participant worthy of the accolade, and it’s not Inglis. Take heed to the talk After a 14-year profession in rugby league’s high flight, Inglis bows out of the sport with 149 NRL tries to his title and three grand last victories – two with Melbourne and one with South Sydney – in addition to 32 Origins for Queensland and 39 Exams within the inexperienced and gold of the Kangaroos. As for particular person accolades, Inglis has loads of them. A Wally Lewis Medallist and two-time Dally M consultant participant of the 12 months, he was additionally named fullback of the 12 months and five-eighth of the 12 months on separate events. However is that sufficient to see him handed rugby league’s highest honour? Take heed to the talk on Recreation of Codes after which have your say within the feedback under. Take heed to the complete episode under and subscribe to Recreation of Codes on Apple Podcasts, iHeartRadio or wherever else you get your podcasts.