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manlyfan76

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Gold Coast Titans assistant coach Michael Gordon charged after raids targeting drug supply to 'schoolies areas'
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The Gold Coast Titans say assistant coach and former NRL star Michael Gordon will not be "providing services to the club until further notice" after he was charged by police.
It is understood the 37-year-old former fullback is one of seven people arrested by New South Wales police over an alleged cross-border cocaine and MDMA supply syndicate.
Tweed/Byron Police District crime manager, Detective Chief Inspector Brendon Cullen, said the arrests would have "significantly disrupted" the supply chain into the "schoolies areas".
"Byron Bay is one of the busiest places on the east coast of Australia right now, with thousands of schoolies expected to fill coastal towns during the coming weeks," he said.
"These drugs were bound for our streets.
"Police will allege in court this syndicate was operating across the border."
The investigation by Strike Force Caved saw five search warrants executed at Casuarina and Terranora in New South Wales on Saturday, and four at Robina, Burleigh Waters and Miami in Queensland.
Police said the searches unearthed more than $60,000 in cash, as well as cocaine, MDMA, steroids, mobile phones and drug paraphernalia.
Mr Gordon was arrested in Casuarina and taken to Tweed Heads Police station, where he was charged with two counts each of supplying and possessing a prohibited drug.
In a statement, released on Sunday morning, the Titans confirmed it was aware Mr Gordon had been charged by police.
"Michael has been working on a contract basis, providing specialist coaching services to the club over the past season," it said.
"He will not be providing services to the club until further notice.
"The club will make no further comment as the issue is now with police."
Five other men and one woman have been charged in relation to the alleged syndicate.
Mr Gordon is set to face Tweed Heads Local Court on December 14.

 

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Was Gordon there in 2015 when a bunch of Titans got caught up in the cocaine ring
Or when Hayne gave $5K to a bikie on video?
 

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Was Gordon there in 2015 when a bunch of Titans got caught up in the cocaine ring
Or when Hayne gave $5K to a bikie on video?
He has played for five clubs, The Rif, Cronulla, Doesn'tmatta, Easts and the Tits.
 

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Lazy journalist didn’t try hard enough to link it with manly and have manly in the headline.

“Former manly opponent“

“Gordon, who played more than a dozen times at brookvale oval”
Etc
Fixed it!

FORMER TEAMMATE OF MANLY DUO ARRESTED FOR DRUG SUPPLY

A former NSW Origin teammate of Manly Sea Eagles players Jason King and Anthony Watmough has been arrested for drug supply and possession on the Gold Coast. Investigations into an alleged drug supply ring resulted in the arrest of seven men, including the Manly-associated Michael Gordon. It is alleged that Gordon was part of a drug syndicate set to supply cocaine and MDMA to Schoolies participants in Byron Bay. Gordon, King and Watmough were NSW teammates for Game 3 of the 2010 Origin series. The Manly club has an association with drinking and partying in Byron Bay as far back as 2014. It can also be revealed that Gordon was known to occasionally spend a winters weekend in the Brookvale area during his playing career where he was often spotted in the same area as numerous Sea Eagles players and staff.
 

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This will absolutely cripple drug supply on the Gold Coast and... wait nvm.
 

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