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ASADA Scandal Could Force NRL Cronulla Sharks To Relocate In 2015
Published September 25, 2013
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FIT FOR A QUEEN: In Sydney, Stuart Honeysett reported a spokesperson for the consortium pushing for a central Queensland team said that the group "was open to the idea of taking on a relocated club." Central Queensland Business & Community Manager Walson Carlos admitted that relocation "was not the bid team's preferred option but it would be willing to accept it in order to grow the game in the region." Carlos: "Obviously our preferred option is to start our own team with our brand with some input from the people from central Queensland. I guess the reality of the situation is there's too many teams in Sydney and it's only a matter of time before the NRL look at rationalization" (THE AUSTRALIAN, 9/25).