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THE Sharks debacle - the NRL must accept some of the blame!
CANBERRA Raiders CEO Don Furner said the Raiders can feel vindicated about their involvement in the recent ASADA investigation and knew they had little to worry about from a club perspective.
THE Greatest Game of All faces disruption that would even put the Super League War in the shade!
THE Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority has advised the NRL that it has completed the initial phase of its current investigation and that it will this week issue notices formally requesting interviews with approximately 30 current NRL players who may be able to assist with further information.
The Manly Warringah Sea Eagles have received no formal request from the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority to interview players.
The Board of the Cronulla Sharks Football Club today announced that former first grade player Glenn Coleman had been elected as the Club’s new Chairman, after the Board accepted the resignation overnight of long-serving Chairman Damian Irvine.
THE National Rugby League has reassured fans that the Cronulla Sharks will take the field in the opening round of the season and that the NRL will support the club and its Board throughout the current ASADA investigation.
SHARKS fans and all rugby league supporters can be assured the club has been very proactive in fully cooperating with ASADA