NRL is not involved in the sale but the player is warned

Detectives investigating allegations of settling the results of the NRL match Rugby in Australia has discovered some cases that could be considered a criminal violation, but these are not related to NRL Football League.

Violations including drug supply and money laundering lead to warnings of players from different teams. After a two-year investigation, New South Wales Police Organized Crime Extermination Team, with Inspector Steve Cook, said there were stories that NRL or Football League followed Australian Formula, very eager to know.

“That investigation has been completed and there will be no prosecution after this investigation, there are a number of issues raised in the investigation, related to other Organizational Crime Exclusion missions, for further investigation”.


There were four matches in the season from 2015 to 2016 that were investigated and the police said they were satisfied when there was no match for the matches. NRL President Todd Greenberg said it was a positive result. “What I am very interested in has been hundreds of hours of investigation, interview and follow-up, and there has been no prosecution at all”.

The tactical force, called Nuralda, has looked at 46,000 pages of paper plus 300 pages of federal government financial executives’ data, monitoring Australian people’s transfers, referred to as Austrac. There were 161 invited witnesses, and 59 search cases along with 13 people, considered characters that seemed to be involved in the case.


Detective Cook said the investigation was successful. “It was absolutely a victory because firstly, NRL felt confident that this was carefully considered, and secondly, it highlighted some fundamental issues for the safety of bridges. their status, status as well as the status of the NRL, which we have mentioned”.

Police said they did not suspect that some players had spread information related to four matches and were investigated. They also said that the profiles of these players remain confidential, so their details will not be disclosed to the NRL’s ethics department. But the issue of NRL players involved in organized crime is a real thing.

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