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Victorious Queensland State of Origin coach Mal Meninga has rubbished newspaper reports linking him to English Super League power club St Helens next year.
Meninga says there is "not a hope in hell" of him taking over from Daniel Anderson should the former New Zealand Test coach negotiate a release from his current contract to replace Ricky Stuart at the Sydney Roosters next season.
Meninga played one season for the Saints in 1984-85 but says he has absolutely no interest in coaching any rugby league club because of his heavy business interests. He has not coached a club side since he was with the Canberra Raiders in 2002 but did guide the Maroons to victory in this year's State of Origin series.