hands off jamie........ dennis fitzgerald

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DUFFMAN

Bencher
parra tonight asked the NRL to investigate manly for possible anti-tampering involving j. loyn.
it comes froma story from RLW by tony adams, and he has refused to name his source.
ian schurbet spoke to patrick wilson, and wilson has said the club would be absolved.


there is a half page story about this in tomorrows telegraph by dean ritchie
 

DUFFMAN

Bencher
PARRAMATTA last night asked the NRL to investigate Manly for possible anti-tampering involving St Helens centre Jamie Lyon.

Eels chief executive Denis Fitzgerald contacted NRL chief executive David Gallop and salary cap auditor Ian Schubert to probe Manly's interest in Lyon.

The drama came as incoming Parramatta coach Michael Hagan claimed he had made contact with Lyon about a return to the Eels.

Rugby League Week magazine this week quoted an unnamed Manly official saying: "We were confident we had him [Lyon]."

Fitzgerald read the article and claims Manly may have breached the anti-tampering rules by negotiating with Lyon - still contracted to Parramatta - before the June 30 deadline.

"I have asked the NRL to investigate whether Manly has breached the anti-tampering rules," Fitzgerald said.

"A story has appeared quoting a Manly official saying: 'We were confident we had him'.

"Jamie Lyon is still contracted to Parramatta. He was given a conditional release to join St Helens."

Manly deny any of their officials spoke to the magazine.


"No Manly official has said that," said Sea Eagles chief executive Patrick Wilson.

"We have complied with all the regulations. We deny having spoken to Jamie or his representatives."

Veteran journalist Tony Adams, who wrote the story, said he would "not reveal his source".

Schubert had contacted Wilson last night.

Wilson said his club would be "absolved".

Meanwhile Hagan spoke to Lyon this week, despite most believing if the former Test centre returned to Australia it would be with Manly.

"I was under the impression he had all but agreed to go to Manly," Hagan said yesterday.

"But I don't know if that is the case.

"The phone call was just touching base with him from a coach's perspective and to get a feel for his plans - to see if he hasn't agreed to anything anywhere else.

"I just wanted to see whether there was some interest there."

Asked if there was, Hagan said: "I think so."

Fitzgerald said his club's senior players would be asked whether they favoured Lyon returning.

Lyon walked out on the club just one match into the 2004 season.

"I'm not saying we're keen or that we're not keen," Fitzgerald said.

"If he is keen to play with Parramatta, if the coach is keen, if the senior players want him back and if he can fit under the salary cap, then we'd consider it."

Eels Test forward Nathan Hindmarsh was cautious about a possible Lyon comeback.

"To tell you the truth, I wasn't too happy with the way he handled it [in 2004]," Hindmarsh said.

"If he [walked out] again, I'd be really p..... off.

"There's nothing to forgive him for - he didn't want to be here. He could have done it [align=left] a bit better but I don't hold grudges.

"He's a champion and anyone would be happy to have him in their side. The only problem would be where would you fit him in."

The Daily Telegraph
 

fLIP

UFO Hunter
I wash my hands of this ****e. Too many spare moments are wasted hoping for big signings.

Its just so ****e that our club can't do it with out some sort of waiting game/ controversy.
 

Ryan

Journey Man
There are too many "what if's" in that.

If Parra can fit him into cap
If The players want him there
Then Cayless gives hima spray...LoL

Really warm home coming.

Bell / Lyon....has a ring to it.
 

Stevie

Reserve Grader
I f'n hate Dennis Fitzgeral so much. If he had his way, Parra would be the only club from Sydney.

Here Here

Dennis "No Des, Jamie Can't come out and play , he had a fight with Uncle Brian, So hes Grounded for 2 years !! "
 

mellonhead

Reserve Grader
Don't worry guys....Jamie will be at Brookie! The others half of the Lyons family is coming home shortly to go looking for real estate on the northern penisula area. I reckon this saga been the worlds worst secret! At the season launch its was interesting that management believed this year would be alright (maybe a top 8 finish) but their focus has been the the next years were we are to become "real contenders". Maybe the goal is to have a great backline which we are building and that might attract some quality props? But what do I know?
 

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