Month: November 2015

NRL announces $1.8billion deal with plenty of dollars to come

The NRL has announced its $1.8billion broadcast deal today which will reach more fans across the globe than ever before covering free-to-air, Fox Sports and Telstra with the new agreement expiring at the end of 2018. Rights are yet to be sold for State of Origin, International fixtures and radio rights. It was expected that […]

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Enough is enough – fans have had a gutful of seedy player deals

Oh here we go again. Another star released in the NRL. Another player training with his buddies one day, up and gone the next. Quite literally, pulling on an opposition club’s jersey the next day. This is the space where we would usually type out a few lines and get the quotes from the new […]

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Finished: Rabbitohs prescription drugs saga investigation

The South Sydney Rabbitohs have completed their investigation into players Dylan Walker and Aaron Gray after the pair overdosed on prescription drugs. In a statement released on their website, the Rabbitohs said: “The Club undertook a thorough process which involved interviews with key persons including the two players concerned, the receipt of verbal and written […]

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Robbie Farah running out of options as Roosters players shoot down move

According to reports from The Daily Telegraph, Robbie Farah’s manager Sam Ayoub met with St George Illawarra on Wednesday despite the Dragons restating that incumbent Mitch Rein is their top priority. The rumoured Farah move to the Roosters was shot down immediately by Jake Friend and other senior players after coach Trent Robinson publicly stated […]

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Blake Ferguson’s subtle insult to Sharks and Raiders

Sydney Roosters star Blake Ferguson has given former clubs Cronulla and Canberra subtle backhanders in an interview on the Denan Kemp podcast ‘The Locker Room’. The former NSW centre who once famously told Cronulla he was signing with the Raiders because he thought they could win the premiership and was then consequently sacked by Canberra […]

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