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SBD Global/February 7, 2013/Franchises
National Rugby League's South Sydney Co-Owner Says He Won't Sell Stake In Club
Published February 7, 2013
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STAYING PUT: In Sydney, Brent Read reported Holmes a Court "made it clear he had no plans to follow Crowe's lead." Holmes a Court said, "There has been a step-change in the game of rugby league. This new (broadcasting) deal takes clubs from all losing money to a situation where everyone working hard can break even. I have been through the lean years. I have been through the difficult years. I look forward to enjoying myself a little bit more" (THE AUSTRALIAN, 2/7).