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YOUR SAY: Bad behaviour at NRL must not be tolerated

BAD FORM: A Bulldogs fan ‘throws a punch’ at a policeman as fans clash with officers after their NRL loss to the Sydney Roosters.
BAD FORM: A Bulldogs fan ‘throws a punch’ at a policeman as fans clash with officers after their NRL loss to the Sydney Roosters. AAP Image

YOUR SAY: Once again the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs supporters have acted up after the knockout final match against the Roosters, leading to confrontations with police.

It's about time the NRL hierarchy reacted with severe penalties.

This behaviour should not be tolerated under any circumstances.

Maybe the management of the Bulldogs should take a much sterner attitude with their supporters. Expelling the miscreants from club membership would be a start.

Not allowing them to attend any matches or functions is another step that could be taken.

ROB ARMSTRONG, Toowoomba

Topics:  letter nrl opinion toowoomba


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