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RLPA chief executive Clint Newton has stated that the NRL’s May 28 return date will not be threatened, although players will not be able to train next week.
The players’ association is seeking information about a number of issues just days before clubs are set to be back in training for Monday’s biosecurity briefings and the resumption of physical training on Tuesday.
“We are in ongoing discussions with the NRL and our members today regarding a range of employment matters that require clarification,” said Newton.
“We have requested further information and clear direction from the NRL and we are committed to continuing to work through this process in good faith.”
Here are the key areas that the RLPA has requested confirmation on:
Source- Love Rugby League