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NRL talking points New protocols, coronavirus tes

2020-05-05

Jenna Brooks looks at the latest talking points from Australia as the NRL moves towards resuming the 2020 season,回眸中国围棋:1990年富士通杯“海峡对决”, including the new protocols in place, coronavirus tests for players and contract talks...

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It is back to work for the NRL, as all 16 clubs attended a briefing on Monday which covered new biosecurity guidelines,姆巴佩蝉联法国足球先生:因证实本人获更多机遇, instructing players and staff on the strict protocols that must be followed if the competition is to resume on May 28.

Tuesday will be spent absorbing the new guidelines, with some of the protocols involving random door knocks from a dedicated COVID-19 liaison officer provided by the NRL, who will be enforcing the new rules.

Roosters coach Robinson tested for coronavirus

Warriors in Australia but two stay at home

"It's a great day for rugby league to see our squads assembling for the first time since the competition was suspended," ARLC chairman Peter V'landys said.

"And I'm grateful to clubs and players for the commitment they've shown to ensure the competition resumes on 28 May."

"Every player participated in an education day which explained our strict biosecurity protocols to ensure players understand what they can and cannot do.

"Our protocols are substantially stricter than the current government measures, and we wanted to ensure the first day was devoted to educating our players. They know the future of the game rests with them complying with our protocols."

The players know the future of the game rests with them complying with our protocols

Peter V'landys

Group training will begin on Wednesday, with a limit of 10 squad members taking part in each session. However, contact is banned until restrictions are reviewed towards the end of the week.

Reports suggest an announcement will be made on a new pay deal for players, which will guarantee 80 per cent of their annual salary.

Anxious wait for Souths players

Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson was not the only one to be tested for coronavirus on Monday.

A week after breaking social distancing rules, Latrell Mitchell was one of four South Sydney Rabbitohs players sent home from the club's briefing on Monday after suffering from flu-like symptoms.

South Sydney have had four players tested for coronavirus

Also refused entry into the education day were club captain and half-back Adam Reynolds and prop Liam Knight. The fourth player has not been named.

"We are all following protocols," Souths coach Wayne Bennett told The Herald. "We all want to be back playing footy and we all understand what it is going to take - there wasn't one complaint today.

"The doctor questioned them upon entering the training facility and our medical staff were there with doctors to undergo screening. They were asked all questions about whether they had a sore throat, runny nose or have been coughing.

"If they had one of those symptoms in the last 24 hours we sent them straight off to be tested for coronavirus,疫情影响多少何?有机构预计一季度寰球GDP将减0.8%."

We all want to be back playing footy and we all understand what it is going to take

Wayne Bennett

The club are expecting the test results first thing Tuesday morning.

Contract talks

The league has confirmed contracts can once again be registered after negotiations were suspended for the last six weeks due to the pandemic.

All new deals must carry a clause stating that the value of the contract could decrease if the salary cap is reduced.

There are more than 180 off-contract players who must make a decision on their futures, including stars such as Cameron Smith, John Bateman, James Graham, Jake Friend, Benji Marshall, Kieran Foran,腾讯启动春节后在家办公机制:暂定正月十七返岗上班, Nathan Peats and David Fifita.

James Graham has been linked with a return to Super League

There are reports England international Graham is headed back to the UK and the St George Illawarra Dragons forward has been linked with a return to St Helens.

With star prop Luke Thompson moving to the Canterbury Bulldogs at the end of the year,欧初赛提醒:拉脱维亚近5个主场比赛颗粒无收, it makes sense that Saints will be looking for someone to fill that void.

However, from speaking to head coach Kristian Woolf he believes they may already have the player to do just that.

"We spoke about Luke Thompson,剖腹产宝宝要更器重健康状况_贝贝怡_新浪博客, and there's no doubt in my mind that Matty Lees could step in and fill that void next year and become a starting prop for us," Woolf said.

 


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