Sport Greenberg not happy with players' stunt

16:52  17 july  2017
16:52  17 july  2017 Source:   wwos.ninemsn.com.au

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NRL CEO Todd Greenberg. © AAP Image NRL CEO Todd Greenberg. However, the decision to wear caps with the letter RLPA on them didn’t set will with head office.

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Greenberg says of his somewhat stunted best friend, "We call each other 'man,' but it's a joke. He's generally unemployed, and his romantic relationships are in shambles—he's either single or, if he's married, not happy about it.

''My personal opinion of that is that wasn’t a good look for the players, or the game,’’ Greenberg said.

  Greenberg not happy with players' stunt © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd ''But again, they’re decisions that players will make.’’

The issue of dispute between Australia’s elite sportspeople and their governing bodies has been brought into sharp focus by the ongoing divide between Cricket Australia and the Australian Cricketers’ Association.

Australia’s domestic and international cricketers haven’t been paid since July 1 after the two bodies failed to agree to a new Memorandum of Understanding.

League fans will be hoping the tension that exists between the NRL and the RLPA doesn’t end up in the same dark place that cricket now finds itself in.

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