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Death Of Former Cronulla Sharks Player Mannah Possibly Accelerated By Doping
Published April 26, 2013
SHARKS RESPONSE: In Sydney, Brent Read reported Cronulla Chair Glenn Coleman confirmed that "his club was aware of the situation and had acted with the best interests of the Mannah family in mind." Coleman said, "The club is fully co-operating with ASADA (Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority) and in the interest of the Mannah family and all our players we cannot and will not comment on matters relating to the ASADA investigation" (THE AUSTRALIAN, 4/26).