Controversies – an inevitable part of rugby sports events

Rugby gets a lot of media coverage and public attention, not just because it is a popular and an exciting contact sport. The controversies and scandals that surround the National Rugby League, its te ams and players have become an unavoidable part of every rugby season in the country. The NRL has always been accused of being involved in match-fixing and a host of other policy/ rules- related allegations. Every season has its fair share of doping accusations, sex scandals, players’ match-fixing, controversial umpiring decisions and so on. Every season, the controversies garner their fair share of tabloid coverage and now considered an inevitable part of the rugby season.

Controversies – an inevitable part of rugby sports events

Rugby gets a lot of media coverage and public attention, not just because it is a popular and an exciting contact sport. The controversies and scandals that surround the National Rugby League, its te ams and players have become an unavoidable part of every rugby season in the country. The NRL has always been accused of being involved in match-fixing and a host of other policy/ rules- related allegations. Every season has its fair share of doping accusations, sex scandals, players’ match-fixing, controversial umpiring decisions and so on. Every season, the controversies garner their fair share of tabloid coverage and now considered an inevitable part of the rugby season.

Controversies – an inevitable part of rugby sports events

Rugby gets a lot of media coverage and public attention, not just because it is a popular and an exciting contact sport. The controversies and scandals that surround the National Rugby League, its te ams and players have become an unavoidable part of every rugby season in the country. The NRL has always been accused of being involved in match-fixing and a host of other policy/ rules- related allegations. Every season has its fair share of doping accusations, sex scandals, players’ match-fixing, controversial umpiring decisions and so on. Every season, the controversies garner their fair share of tabloid coverage and now considered an inevitable part of the rugby season.

Controversies – an inevitable part of rugby sports events

Rugby gets a lot of media coverage and public attention, not just because it is a popular and an exciting contact sport. The controversies and scandals that surround the National Rugby League, its te ams and players have become an unavoidable part of every rugby season in the country. The NRL has always been accused of being involved in match-fixing and a host of other policy/ rules- related allegations. Every season has its fair share of doping accusations, sex scandals, players’ match-fixing, controversial umpiring decisions and so on. Every season, the controversies garner their fair share of tabloid coverage and