Catalans owner “affected” by Tony Gigot attitude

Catalans owner Bernard Guasch has criticised several players who are off-contract at the end of the season, including star man Tony Gigot.

The Dragons currently sit seventh in the Super League table and are four points away from making the play-offs, with just two games of the regular season remaining.

In an interview with French publication L’Independant, Guasch said the club had “six or seven problems with players who do not accept being told that they will not be with us next season”.

France international Gigot has confirmed he will leave the Dragons at the end of the campaign when his contract expires.

Guasch told L’Independant: “We gave him all the cards this season. I am very affected by his attitude.

“Tony Gigot does not listen to the right people. At some point, you have to be serious and I am.”

Catalans coach Steve McNamara is set to given a new contract by the club while Gigot, Jodie Broughton, Kenny Edwards, Thibaud Margalet and Antoni Maria are off-contract with Catalans at the end of the campaign.

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