Hosted by the Melbourne Storms Robbie Kearns, Jake joined Storm veteran Brett Finch to talk about the upcoming game.
With nothing to lose, Kearns believes the Eels are ready to throw everything at the Storm.
We wont be taking these guys lightly, he said.
They are a very capable side and have a very good coach and some quality players.
Mullaney told Kearns that at the end of what has been a tough season the team have stuck together.
Theres still a good feeling in the sheds. I go to training every day and have a ball, he said.
Were training with our best mates. We turn up each week and we just put our best effort in for each other.
Finchy agrees that a team like the Eels wanting to end their season on a high can often be the most dangerous.
Finch said if he sees his old teammate, Fuifui Moimoi, charging down the blind side towards him he will probably stay out of the way.
Fuifui Moimoi is an absolute Mack Truck that hits the line at about a hundred miles an hour, says Kearns.
Kearns asked about Ricky Stuart, who he knows as a fierce competitor.
Hes a good fella, Ricky, says Mullaney.
One reason that the teams stuck together is because of him. We go out each week and we do our best, not only for him, but for each other.
Mullaney told the show he is looking ahead to the match against the Melbourne Storm with confidence and a fair frame of mind.
Well come down and try to rattle their cage early. Well come out firing and hopefully hold on and play well the whole 80.
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