Its one thing to be the owner of a football club, but to sit a player down and tell him what he should do with his life so your club doesn't breach the salary cap is a joke. This is the exact reason why souths will never really get any class in their side. No one wants to work for DICKHEADS! Rusty pushes Joe into God squad SOUTH Sydney forward Joe Galuvao has been told by South Sydney owner Russell Crowe to swap the paddock for the pulpit and become a religious minister to free up money for Craig Wing. Wing will announce a four-year deal with the Rabbitohs worth more than $1 million today, ending weeks of speculation over the Roosters hooker's future. Wing's deal pushes Souths to its salary cap ceiling but the club is hoping to ease the strain by off-loading Galuvao, who is on more than $300,000 a season. The NRL is monitoring Souths' salary cap because of the Wing deal. Ball-playing forward Galuvao, signed to the end of 2008, is a devout churchgoer who is heavily involved with the Penrith Christian Life Centre. Galuvao was told this week by Crowe and Souths co-owner Peter Holmes a Court that he had no future at the club. "Russell suggested that he retire and go into the ministry," Galuvao's manager Allan Gainey said. "Joe was gobsmacked." Galuvao is digging in and wants to remain at Souths until his contract ends at the end of 2008. "The church is a big part of my life, being a Christian," Galuvao said. "But being a minister is a bit far-fetched. They spoke about the realities of the club and where I stood. I have a contract here and, as for now, I'm here to stay." Galuvao has battled injuries in recent times and will play Premier League this weekend for Souths' feeder club Norths. Fullback David Peachey will meet Souths chief executive Shane Richard-son tomorrow to determine his future. Asked if he would be disappointed if Souths did not re-sign him, Peachey said: "Yeah, I would. But Souths have given me a second chance to play in the NRL." Wing claimed the Roosters could have signed him. "Here we are in June. I could have been signed before the season started," he said. "It's very hard because I had so many good years at the Roosters."