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NRL 2021: Rugby League Players Association claims players don’t feel protected as public targets – Sydney Morning Herald

The Rugby League Players Association says heavier sanctions are “not a silver bullet” as debate rages over Corey Norman’s punishment for a street fight.

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Close friend and former NRL player James Segeyaro alleged he was racially abused, and the pair claimed one of four men who attacked them threatened to pull a knife.
Corey has our full support in disputing the sanctions outlined in his breach notice, RLPA boss Clint Newton said. Based on the information we have been provided, our view is that the proposed sanction is particularly unfair.
Based on the information we have been provided, our view is that the proposed sanction is particularly unfair.

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