IMAGINE taking on a forward pack that included Sam Burgess and three of his almost identical brothers. Well, the South Sydney Rabbitohs are trying to make it happen - and it could be a reality by the start of next season. Sam's older brother, Luke, plays for the Leeds Rhinos, while younger twins, Tom and George, 18, play for his old club the Bradford Bulls. Tom and George are even bigger than Sam, weighing in at 115kg. George is the most highly regarded young forward in the English Super League and a member of England's development academy. "We'd like to have them all here as soon as possible," says Souths CEO Shane Richardson. It would be a massive marketing boost for Souths and the entire NRL. "It would be great if it could happen for next year, but we have to respect they are still under contract to Bradford and Leeds in England. "The three boys have all been out here to see Sam. They love the place and they all want to play for Souths. It's up to the manager back in England, who looks after all three of them, to make the next move. I have been speaking to him regularly about the boys, but I can't do much more until they sort everything out with their clubs." Not since the good old Belmore days,when Steve, Chris and Peter Mortimer played at Canterbury, has an NRL club had three brothers in one team. You have to go back 100 years to find a team with four brothers. Ray, Rex, Roy and Bernard Norman played for Annandale against Souths on August 20, 1910. Souths are confident they can squeeze the Burgess boys under the salary cap by including George and Tom in Toyota Cup and Luke in the first-grade squad.