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NRL, Former Gold Coast Titans Coach Neil Henry In Negotiations Over Termination Payout

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 26 / 17

Former National Rugby League side Gold Coast Titans coach Neil Henry is "embroiled in legal action with the NRL over his termination payout" of more than A$400,000 ($317,500), according to Phil Rothfield of the Sydney DAILY TELEGRAPH. In an "almost identical position to Des Hasler at the Canterbury...

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