Dragons CEO reacts to $305,000 in player fines
St George Illawarra Dragons CEO is apologising to fans after penalties were handed down to players for COVID breaches.
St George Illawarra Dragons players who attended a party at the weekend have been slugged with a total of $305,000 in fines and 20 match suspensions.
Senior player Paul Vaughan, who hosted the party, faces the heftiest penalty – an eight-match suspension and $50,000 fine.
St George Illawarra Dragons CEO Ryan Webb told Ben Fordham it’s disappointing.
“People should be able to be proud of their football club.
“There’s a lot of trust that’s got to be built back.”
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