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Rugby League Players Association's Dally M Boycott Would Not Punish NRL

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 23 / 17

The National Rugby League is "desperate for every dollar it can get its hands on to keep clubs and stakeholders happy," according to Michael Chammas of the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. Therefore, the Rugby League Players Association's threat to boycott the Dally M Medal ceremony may not punish the gover...

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