NRL head of football Graham Annesley has issued a message to the entire audience – from players, coaches, fans and the media – to reset their opinions around head and neck contact in the game.
Annesley spoke at his weekly media briefing for more than an hour on Monday afternoon, defending the latest criticism around the NRL’s judiciary system and delivering figures that indicate charges and suspensions for head/neck contact were on the rise.
A further four players were charged by the match review…
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