Gallen unhappy with NRL

Paul Gallen has criticised the NRL and the support they have provided to him and the other nine Cronulla players being investigated by ASADA.

ASADA (Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority) are to interview the 10 Sharks players in regards to allegations of banned substances being used at the club in 2011.

Captain Gallen said, “I don’t think I have done anything wrong and as a player all I can do is adhere to the rules, and I have always done that.

“I have always been drug tested and I have always been fine.”

The New South Wales skipper’s main problem though is with the NRL.

He said, “During the six months since the investigation was launched I don’t think we’ve had great support from the NRL.

“But I am fine, I will be in there with my lawyers looking to do what I have got to do.”

The ASADA interviews, which will be conducted over an eight-day period, begin on Tuesday.

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