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  • #91
    The NRL has every right to have a code of conduct outside of "work" hours because off field bad behaviour damages its brand and in turn impacts revenue. Now if a player doesnt think its fair to have this code of conduct 24/7 7 days a week then thats fine- go find another job....the NRL isnt the right place of employment for you. My main concern is the NRL's over the top knee jerk reactions to some of the softer indiscretions ....and then letting some of the more serious events just slide. The Bulldogs have copped it hard over the end of season Mad Monday and now with Dylan Napa....whilst the South Sydney Koala Bears have become the protected species. Just the mere fact that Greenberg gave Inglis a character reference knowing it would help him get off a serious DUI charge should have alarm bells ringing.Jack De Belin is a good bloke-i wonder if Greenberg is going to write him a reference for his court appearance on Tuesday. Somehow i doubt it

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    • #92
      Originally posted by Random Rooster View Post
      The NRL has every right to have a code of conduct outside of "work" hours because off field bad behaviour damages its brand and in turn impacts revenue. Now if a player doesnt think its fair to have this code of conduct 24/7 7 days a week then thats fine- go find another job....the NRL isnt the right place of employment for you. My main concern is the NRL's over the top knee jerk reactions to some of the softer indiscretions ....and then letting some of the more serious events just slide. The Bulldogs have copped it hard over the end of season Mad Monday and now with Dylan Napa....whilst the South Sydney Koala Bears have become the protected species. Just the mere fact that Greenberg gave Inglis a character reference knowing it would help him get off a serious DUI charge should have alarm bells ringing.Jack De Belin is a good bloke-i wonder if Greenberg is going to write him a reference for his court appearance on Tuesday. Somehow i doubt it
      Not to mention the Sam Burgess sexting that was swept under the carpet. Also a few years back the Auva’a cover up that didn’t come to light until after their GF win.
      Seriously, Souths are s protective species.

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      • #93
        Originally posted by Random Rooster View Post
        The NRL has every right to have a code of conduct outside of "work" hours because off field bad behaviour damages its brand and in turn impacts revenue. Now if a player doesnt think its fair to have this code of conduct 24/7 7 days a week then thats fine- go find another job....the NRL isnt the right place of employment for you. My main concern is the NRL's over the top knee jerk reactions to some of the softer indiscretions ....and then letting some of the more serious events just slide. The Bulldogs have copped it hard over the end of season Mad Monday and now with Dylan Napa....whilst the South Sydney Koala Bears have become the protected species. Just the mere fact that Greenberg gave Inglis a character reference knowing it would help him get off a serious DUI charge should have alarm bells ringing.Jack De Belin is a good bloke-i wonder if Greenberg is going to write him a reference for his court appearance on Tuesday. Somehow i doubt it
        Nailed it.

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        • #94
          Originally posted by ism22 View Post
          Absolutely no doubt and I'd probably get more exposure than him too because while I don't have the same public profile.
          Yeah, nah. You would get absolutely zero exposure in the media. It is about who you are, not what you are that decides how much media attention you get.
          ...

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          • #95
            Is that damage control rumour true - about Napa's manager getting him in on 'The Bachelor'?

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