CRONULLA has had no official word from the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) as of yesterday (Wednesday).
Sharks chief executive Steve Noyce said the club has not been contacted.
“There has been no contact as yet from ASADA,” Mr Noyce said. “The investigation is still continuing.”
The Sharks last December were handed a $1 million fine and their coach Shane Flanagan was suspended for 12 months by the NRL, in regard to alleged anti-doping rule breaches in seasons 2010, 2011.
– In other club news, Canterbury hooker Michael Ennis, who lives in the shire, has signed with the Sharks for the 2015-16 seasons.
A Leader website reader Rob Mayne posted his comment yesterday about Paul Gallen’s story of how the ASADA investigation has played emotional havoc with the players and their families.
“Everyone is asking why has the great name of the Sharks been destroyed why has it gone this far whose fault is it; ASADA Sharks management or recent players?
“Is anyone going to come clean and try and resurrect the club or do we keep heading towards oblivion?
“What’s the use of having money if you have a bad name?”
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