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NRL Wants Access To Players' Finances; Players Demand Revenue Sharing In Return

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 03 / 24 / 17

The National Rugby League "wants to bump up integrity powers by gaining access to the bank accounts, tax returns and phone records of players," according to Brent Read of THE AUSTRALIAN. And "the price of winning approval for the proposal could be meeting player demands for a fixed percentage of th...

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