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The New Zealand Herald
Andrew Mulligan: Chiefs provide blueprintand agree it's awesome. What isn't is the mana of playing for the Warriors. A
Andrew Mulligan: Chiefs provide blueprint
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
and agree it's awesome. What isn't is the mana of playing for the Warriors. A cleanout is under way and managing director Jim Doyle has struck the first name off his list with the release of Konrad Hurrell. How would a player like Hurrell go in an... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Warriors players hold crisis meetingof McFadden. "The whole team had a good discussion yesterday and we feel like
Warriors players hold crisis meeting
Otago Daily Times / Posted 22 hours ago
of McFadden. "The whole team had a good discussion yesterday and we feel like Cappy (McFadden) and (managing director) Jim (Doyle) have been giving us great treatment," said Tuivasa-Sheck. "We have a leadership group with Ryan Hoffman, Jacob... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Call for Warriors coach to resignWith club boss Jim Doyle backing McFadden, Lowe said the coach may need to make
Call for Warriors coach to resign
Otago Daily Times / Posted 22 hours ago
With club boss Jim Doyle backing McFadden, Lowe said the coach may need to make the tough call on himself to save the lifeless Warriors who lie 14th on the NRL table with four wins from 11. Lowe believes the search for a new coach should start now... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Warriors players hold crisis meetingof McFadden. "The whole team had a good discussion yesterday and we feel like
Warriors players hold crisis meeting
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
of McFadden. "The whole team had a good discussion yesterday and we feel like Cappy (McFadden) and (managing director) Jim (Doyle) have been giving us great treatment," said Tuivasa-Sheck. "We have a leadership group with Ryan Hoffman, Jacob... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Graham Lowe: Andrew McFadden needs to fall on his sword/ Getty Graham Lowe has has called on struggling Warriors coach Andrew McFadde
Graham Lowe: Andrew McFadden needs to fall on his sword
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
/ Getty Graham Lowe has has called on struggling Warriors coach Andrew McFadden to consider resigning. With club boss Jim Doyle backing McFadden, Lowe said the coach may need to make the tough call on himself to save the lifeless Warriors who... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Releasing Hurrell first step forward for Warriorsthing for him, [the] best thing for the club is that he go and find a contract
Releasing Hurrell first step forward for Warriors
Otago Daily Times / Posted 2 days ago
thing for him, [the] best thing for the club is that he go and find a contract somewhere else," Warriors managing director Jim Doyle told Radio Sport's Kent Johns. An announcement is expected today on where Hurrell's playing future lies, with the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Hurrell's axing first step in overhaulthing for him, (the) best thing for the club is that he go and find a contract
Hurrell's axing first step in overhaul
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
thing for him, (the) best thing for the club is that he go and find a contract somewhere else," Warriors managing director Jim Doyle told Radio Sport's Kent Johns. An announcement is expected tomorrow on where Hurrell's playing future lies, with... Read more
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SportsFan
Hurrell released by Warriorsa late night out four weeks ago. The Tonga international was contracted until
Hurrell released by Warriors
SportsFan / Posted 2 days ago
a late night out four weeks ago. The Tonga international was contracted until the end of 2018, but club managing director Jim Doyle says agreement was reached for an immediate release after discussions with the player and his management. Among... Read more
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NZCity
Centre Hurrell leaves Warriorsa late night out four weeks ago. The Tonga international was contracted until
Centre Hurrell leaves Warriors
NZCity / Posted 2 days ago
a late night out four weeks ago. The Tonga international was contracted until the end of 2018, but club managing director Jim Doyle says agreement was reached for an immediate release after discussions with the player and his management. "We... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Hurrell released by Warriors[Inventus Sports] and us we've reached a mutual agreement for him to be release
Hurrell released by Warriors
Otago Daily Times / Posted 2 days ago
[Inventus Sports] and us we've reached a mutual agreement for him to be released now," said Warriors managing director Jim Doyle. "We would like to thank Konrad for his contribution since coming into our development system. He has been a... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Konrad Hurrell released by Warriors(Inventus Sports) and us we've reached a mutual agreement for him to be release
Konrad Hurrell released by Warriors
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
(Inventus Sports) and us we've reached a mutual agreement for him to be released now," said Warriors managing director Jim Doyle. "We would like to thank Konrad for his contribution since coming into our development system. He has been a... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Warriors release fan favourite Hurrell(Inventus Sports) and us we’ve reached a mutual agreement for him to be release
Warriors release fan favourite Hurrell
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
(Inventus Sports) and us we’ve reached a mutual agreement for him to be released now,” said Warriors managing director Jim Doyle. “We would like to thank Konrad for his contribution since coming into our development system. He has been a... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Warriors release fan favourite Hurrell(Inventus Sports) and us we’ve reached a mutual agreement for him to be release
Warriors release fan favourite Hurrell
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
(Inventus Sports) and us we’ve reached a mutual agreement for him to be released now,” said Warriors managing director Jim Doyle. “We would like to thank Konrad for his contribution since coming into our development system. He has been a... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Midweek Fixture: McFadden - Right man in the wrong jobtrain down a track towards oblivion. If there is a better coach out there than
Midweek Fixture: McFadden - Right man in the wrong job
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
train down a track towards oblivion. If there is a better coach out there than McFadden and he is available, Warriors CEO Jim Doyle and owner Eric Watson would be doing the club and its dwindling fans a disservice by locking themselves into some... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
Will he or won’t he? Some question Walker’s postponement of decision on third termfor re-election, it becomes about who`s next, not about who`s currently in the
Will he or won’t he? Some question Walker’s postponement of decision on third term
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 2 days ago
for re-election, it becomes about who`s next, not about who`s currently in the office,” Nation said. Former Governor Jim Doyle waited, and then announced he wasn’t running, but Walker has sent different signals, hinting that he will. “I... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Elliott Smith: Warriors need independent views to fix their messto be put on the table and a fresh set of eyes can discover issues that fall in
Elliott Smith: Warriors need independent views to fix their mess
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 days ago
to be put on the table and a fresh set of eyes can discover issues that fall into blind spots of managing director Jim Doyle and other officials at the club. Players can speak candidly about the issues and why the club is struggling in an... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Vatuvei linked with Warriors exiton his contract. The 30-year-old has been linked with English powerhouse St. H
Vatuvei linked with Warriors exit
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 days ago
on his contract. The 30-year-old has been linked with English powerhouse St. Helens although Warriors managing director Jim Doyle has denied reports the cult figure is on the outer. “No, we are not shopping him around,” Doyle said. “His... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Vatuvei expected to be availableplaying return in next week's NRL match against the Brisbane Broncos at Mt Smar
Vatuvei expected to be available
Otago Daily Times / Posted 4 days ago
playing return in next week's NRL match against the Brisbane Broncos at Mt Smart Stadium. Warriors managing director Jim Doyle denied reports Vatuvei, who is contracted until the end of 2018, has been shopped around to English Super League... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Warriors wing Manu Vatuvei expected to be available for Broncos clashplaying return in next week's NRL match against the Brisbane Broncos at Mt Smar
Warriors wing Manu Vatuvei expected to be available for Broncos clash
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
playing return in next week's NRL match against the Brisbane Broncos at Mt Smart Stadium. Warriors managing director Jim Doyle denied reports Vatuvei, who is contracted through until the end of 2018, has been shopped around to English Super... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Vatuvei linked with Warriors exiton his contract. The 30-year-old has been linked with English powerhouse St. H
Vatuvei linked with Warriors exit
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
on his contract. The 30-year-old has been linked with English powerhouse St. Helens although Warriors managing director Jim Doyle has denied reports the cult figure is on the outer. “No, we are not shopping him around,” Doyle said. “His... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Elliott Smith: Warriors need independent views to fix their messto be put on the table and a fresh set of eyes can discover issues that fall in
Elliott Smith: Warriors need independent views to fix their mess
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
to be put on the table and a fresh set of eyes can discover issues that fall into blind spots of managing director Jim Doyle and other officials at the club. Players can speak candidly about the issues and why the club is struggling in an... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Senior Warriors set to be axedaction whether it be team selection or longer-term in terms of contracts, but t
Senior Warriors set to be axed
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
action whether it be team selection or longer-term in terms of contracts, but that's something for (managing director) Jim (Doyle) and Cappy (head coach Andrew McFadden) to work through." Matulino was largely ineffective in a 51 minute stint... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
McFadden given last chanceimprovement and potential over the coming weeks. The club's hierarchy - includ
McFadden given last chance
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
improvement and potential over the coming weeks. The club's hierarchy - including owner Eric Watson, managing director Jim Doyle and the board - have been extremely loyal to McFadden. Doyle resisted calls to make changes after the disastrous... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
'Pain and anger': Sister outraged over Sonny Fai post on social mediawrote that? Would love to discuss this post with you personally." When contact
'Pain and anger': Sister outraged over Sonny Fai post on social media
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
wrote that? Would love to discuss this post with you personally." When contacted by the Herald, Warriors Managing Director Jim Doyle said the post was "highly disrespectful to Sonny and his family." However, Lalelei also hopes that this event... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Michael Burgess: In defence of Konrad Hurrellpotential suitors of his abilities. If, as it seems, the club is currently tryi
Michael Burgess: In defence of Konrad Hurrell
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
potential suitors of his abilities. If, as it seems, the club is currently trying to offload Hurrell, Managing Director Jim Doyle will have a tough job trying to convince another franchise to pick up most (or all) of his relatively high wages.... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
McFadden: Warriors need to find fighting spirititself and set new standards following the recent prescription pills and energy
McFadden: Warriors need to find fighting spirit
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 days ago
itself and set new standards following the recent prescription pills and energy drinks saga, McFadden and managing director Jim Doyle are determined to cull any players that cannot fulfill their criteria around what it means to be a true... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Bill to raise Illinois smoking age to 21 snuffed out at Capitola job as spokesman for the Chicago Police Department. Before that, he was “Seni
Bill to raise Illinois smoking age to 21 snuffed out at Capitol
Chicago Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
a job as spokesman for the Chicago Police Department. Before that, he was “Senior ThoughtPartner” at The Grossman Group communications firm and spokesman for various Democratic politicians in Wisconsin, including former Gov. Jim Doyle. (Hal Dar... Read more
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The North West Star
NZ Warriors star Manu Vatuvei speaks out over prescription drugs sagamembers. "Hopefully I can play well not just for the club and for the boys but
NZ Warriors star Manu Vatuvei speaks out over prescription drugs saga
The North West Star / Posted 15 days ago
members. "Hopefully I can play well not just for the club and for the boys but for you guys and my family." Warriors boss Jim Doyle confirmed earlier this week that all six players had served their punishment, with Matulino and Thompson being... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Drugs scandal can be turning point for Warriors season, says Shaun Johnsonfrom the drugs scandal with a sharpened focus. The hardline stance taken by co
Drugs scandal can be turning point for Warriors season, says Shaun Johnson
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
from the drugs scandal with a sharpened focus. The hardline stance taken by coach Andrew McFadden and managing director Jim Doyle in the prescription pills saga made it clear that new and improved standards are expected on and off the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Warriors prescription pills scandal: Manu Vatuvei breaks silenceresponding angrily to online criticism from fans. The following day he was gra
Warriors prescription pills scandal: Manu Vatuvei breaks silence
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
responding angrily to online criticism from fans. The following day he was granted time off by Warriors managing director Jim Doyle but today assured fans he was happy to be back with his teammates. "It's good to be back in the environment with... Read more
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Perth Now
NRL’s best youngsters set to walkis in the hands of a working subcommittee run by the clubs. Four CEOs — Paul Wh
NRL’s best youngsters set to walk
Perth Now / Posted 15 days ago
is in the hands of a working subcommittee run by the clubs. Four CEOs — Paul White (Brisbane), Don Furner (Canberra), Jim Doyle (Warriors) and Peter Doust (Dragons) — are in charge of recommending a way forward for the code. “There is a... Read more
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SportsFan
Henry to help Warriors deal with adversitygrade for breaking team protocol after a late night out. McFadden said he had
Henry to help Warriors deal with adversity
SportsFan / Posted 16 days ago
grade for breaking team protocol after a late night out. McFadden said he had discussions last year with managing director Jim Doyle about bringing in someone who could add value to the club, "so it's not a reactive thing" to events of the past... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
Gov. Walker to skip $50 million in debt payments for second year in a rowwonderful Democratic party left us with THREEEEEEEEE PLUS Billion dollars of de
Gov. Walker to skip $50 million in debt payments for second year in a row
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 16 days ago
wonderful Democratic party left us with THREEEEEEEEE PLUS Billion dollars of debt. Perhaps Sir Gordon Hintz should call up Jim Doyle and ask him why they did it. Walker is doing just great with what he inherited from the FISCALLY responsible... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Graham Henry switches codes to work with New Zealand Warriorstheir opening nine matches. McFadden said Henry's arrival was the result of di
Graham Henry switches codes to work with New Zealand Warriors
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
their opening nine matches. McFadden said Henry's arrival was the result of discussions he had had with managing director Jim Doyle last year about engaging a mentor. "I've always been open to the idea of having extra support to help me to... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
World Cup-winning coach Graham Henry makes code switch to the Warriors10th on the ladder, the move to bring in former All Blacks coach Henry was the
World Cup-winning coach Graham Henry makes code switch to the Warriors
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 17 days ago
10th on the ladder, the move to bring in former All Blacks coach Henry was the brainchild of Warriors managing director Jim Doyle. Henry will be a familiar sight at the underperforming Auckland-based club over the next month to provide support... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Warriors recall Matulino, Thompsonit's for the betterment of the club. "There has been a lot of commentary aroun
Warriors recall Matulino, Thompson
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 days ago
it's for the betterment of the club. "There has been a lot of commentary around that and we need to own some of that noise. We are trying to change things here. [Managing director] Jim Doyle and I have spoken at length about bettering our standard... Read more
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NZCity
Henry mentoring Warriors coach McFaddenwebsite. McFadden said the arrival of Henry, who began his role this week, fol
Henry mentoring Warriors coach McFadden
NZCity / Posted 17 days ago
website. McFadden said the arrival of Henry, who began his role this week, followed discussions with managing director Jim Doyle last year about engaging a mentor. "I've always been open to the idea of having extra support to help me to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
World Cup-winning coach makes code switch10th on the ladder, the move to bring in former All Blacks coach Henry was the
World Cup-winning coach makes code switch
Daily Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
10th on the ladder, the move to bring in former All Blacks coach Henry was the brainchild of Warriors managing director Jim Doyle. Henry will be a familiar sight at the underperforming Auckland-based club over the next month to provide support... Read more
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SportsFan
Graham Henry mentoring NRL Warriors10th on the ladder, the move to bring in former All Blacks coach Henry was the
Graham Henry mentoring NRL Warriors
SportsFan / Posted 17 days ago
10th on the ladder, the move to bring in former All Blacks coach Henry was the brainchild of Warriors managing director Jim Doyle. Henry will be a familiar sight at the under-performing Auckland-based club over the next month to provide support... Read more
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The Courier Mail
World Cup-winning coach makes code switch10th on the ladder, the move to bring in former All Blacks coach Henry was the
World Cup-winning coach makes code switch
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 days ago
10th on the ladder, the move to bring in former All Blacks coach Henry was the brainchild of Warriors managing director Jim Doyle. Henry will be a familiar sight at the underperforming Auckland-based club over the next month to provide support... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Familiar face on hand at Warriorsof the late night escapade. McFadden said Henry's arrival was the result of di
Familiar face on hand at Warriors
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 days ago
of the late night escapade. McFadden said Henry's arrival was the result of discussions he'd had with managing director Jim Doyle last year about engaging a mentor. "I've always been open to the idea of having extra support to help me to... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Suspended Warriors apologise, returnat the club. Now we just want to look ahead and do all we can to help our team
Suspended Warriors apologise, return
Otago Daily Times / Posted 17 days ago
at the club. Now we just want to look ahead and do all we can to help our team and the club." Warriors managing director Jim Doyle said discussions with the players were ongoing. "We continue to work with them on welfare and education matters,"... Read more
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The Journal-Standard
Freeport Aquin students search for Mercury and other planetsview of Mercury and other planets. Tom Dunmore, assistant director at Doug Fire
Freeport Aquin students search for Mercury and other planets
The Journal-Standard / Posted 17 days ago
view of Mercury and other planets. Tom Dunmore, assistant director at Doug Firebaugh Observatory, and observatory Director Jim Doyle visited the elementary school in hopes of letting the kids view the planet Mercury through their professional-grade... Read more
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NZCity
Suspended players rejoin Warriorsbreaching team protocol with their off-field behaviour late last month have ret
Suspended players rejoin Warriors
NZCity / Posted 18 days ago
breaching team protocol with their off-field behaviour late last month have returned to the full squad, managing director Jim Doyle says. Six players were dropped for the Warriors' NRL match against St George Illawarra last week amid allegations... Read more
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SportsFan
Suspended players rejoin Warriorsbreaching team protocol with their off-field behaviour late last month have ret
Suspended players rejoin Warriors
SportsFan / Posted 18 days ago
breaching team protocol with their off-field behaviour late last month have returned to the full squad, managing director Jim Doyle says. Six players were dropped for the Warriors' NRL match against St George Illawarra last week amid allegations... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Banned Warriors players issue apology, back in the frame for Panthers clashat the club. Now we just want to look ahead and do all we can to help our team
Banned Warriors players issue apology, back in the frame for Panthers clash
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 18 days ago
at the club. Now we just want to look ahead and do all we can to help our team and the club." Warriors managing director Jim Doyle said discussions with the players were ongoing. "We continue to work with them on welfare and education matters,"... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
David Skipwith: Warriors face more painand his management remain intent on clearing his name. Even if he is successful
David Skipwith: Warriors face more pain
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 18 days ago
and his management remain intent on clearing his name. Even if he is successful in pleading his case to managing director Jim Doyle and McFadden, it's understood the damaging ball-runner has used up numerous second-chances and may have tested the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
David Skipwith: Warriors face more painand his management remain intent on clearing his name. Even if he is successful
David Skipwith: Warriors face more pain
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 18 days ago
and his management remain intent on clearing his name. Even if he is successful in pleading his case to managing director Jim Doyle and McFadden, it's understood the damaging ball-runner has used up numerous second-chances and may have tested the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Betham's baffled by the actions of Vatuveiresponding angrily to online criticism from fans. The following day he was gra
Betham's baffled by the actions of Vatuvei
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 18 days ago
responding angrily to online criticism from fans. The following day he was granted time off by Warriors managing director Jim Doyle and will remain on medical leave while sitting out Saturday's NRL clash against Penrith in Christchurch. Betham,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
NRL’s best youngsters set to walkis in the hands of a working subcommittee run by the clubs. Four CEOs — Paul Wh
NRL’s best youngsters set to walk
The Courier Mail / Posted 19 days ago
is in the hands of a working subcommittee run by the clubs. Four CEOs — Paul White (Brisbane), Don Furner (Canberra), Jim Doyle (Warriors) and Peter Doust (Dragons) — are in charge of recommending a way forward for the code. “There is a... Read more
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