League Central’s anti-tampering crackdown is about to proceed after an NRL inquiry was reportedly launched into the Broncos’ pursuit of Ben Hunt.
The Dragons skipper revealed in June he wished out of the Red V membership and was allegedly pursued by Brisbane powerbrokers on the time.
The Daily Telegraph is reporting that the NRL acquired a proper criticism towards the Broncos and it’s understood it wasn’t filed by the Dragons.
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There is at the moment no suggestion the Broncos are responsible of any misconduct and are reportedly but to be contacted concerning the matter.
Similarly, the Dolphins weren’t contacted by the NRL whereas they investigated their conduct which led to a $50,000 superb for failing to offer sufficient data of negotiations with Broncos flyer Deine Mariner.
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News Corp’s report states that preliminary proof is reportedly being gathered earlier than the membership is approached.
NRL salary-cap auditor Matt Faulkner beforehand reportedly despatched the Broncos, Dolphins and Titans an e mail asking for data of any correspondence with Hunt.
At the time the Dragons reportedly requested the NRL examine any negotiations, with Brisbane powerbrokers eager on his companies.
The NRL’s investigation into the Mariner saga reportedly took a complete of 9 months, however now the Broncos might come underneath the microscope.