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Sport NRL Completes Investigation Into Panthers Back Brent Naden's Racism Incident

11:16  21 september  2020
11:16  21 september  2020 Source:   sportingnews.com

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The NRL has released a statement after concluding its investigation into the ugly racism incident involving Penrith Panthers back Brent Naden during a match The NRL acted swiftly, launching an investigation into the incident and promising harsh consequences for those individuals involved.

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The NRL has released a statement after concluding its investigation into the ugly racism incident involving Penrith Panthers back Brent Naden during a match against the New Zealand Warriors on the Central Coast last month.

A group of eight men were escorted from the ground during the match after Naden was singled out for abuse.

The NRL acted swiftly, launching an investigation into the incident and promising harsh consequences for those individuals involved.

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The findings of that investigation were revealed on Monday afternoon.

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"As part of the outcomes of the investigation the NRL facilitated a conversation between Panthers player Brent Naden and a representative of a number of individuals in which apologies were offered and accepted for verbal abuse directed at Naden during the match," the NRL said in a statement.

"After the conversation, the Integrity Unit and NRL Chief Executive Andrew Abdo consulted with Naden, The Australian Rugby League Indigenous Council (ARLIC) and community partners to determine an appropriate course of action.

"Together with the meeting and apology, a program of education will be offered to the persons involved concerning respect for players and the effect that abuse can have on our participants."

Abdo thanked Naden for his involvement in the process.

“The game will not tolerate any form of abuse against our players - be it physical, verbal or online trolling," he said.

"I commend Brent Naden for taking a strong stand on this matter and the way in which he has conducted himself throughout the process.

“I’m pleased Brent had the opportunity to share how he feels and I’m pleased that an apology has been made and accepted.”

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