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Sport NRL concludes investigation into Naden abuse

11:16  21 september  2020
11:16  21 september  2020 Source:   wwos.nine.com.au

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

  NRL Completes Investigation Into Panthers Back Brent Naden's Racism Incident NRL completes investigation into Brent Naden racism incidentA group of eight men were escorted from the ground during the match after Naden was singled out for abuse.

Panthers centre Brent Naden has accepted the personal apology of fans who abused him during a game against the Warriors on the Central Coast. The NRL on Monday confirmed its investigation into the spectators' behaviour last month has concluded , with Naden consulted on the governing body's

An NRL investigation into racial abuse hurled at Brent Naden last month has been closed after one of the men ejected from Central Coast Stadium apologised to the Penrith centre. The apology was made on behalf of the eight spectators who were thrown out of the ground on August 14 when Naden

The NRL has completed an investigation into the racial abuse directed at Penrith Panthers player Brent Naden during a match against the New Zealand Warriors.

The incident occurred in Round 14 at the Central Coast Stadium in August where police were forced to escort eight fans out of the the venue after Naden claimed that they had racially abused him.

After the match, Penrith coach Ivan Cleary confirmed Naden "took offence" to the comments at the time, but was "doing OK" following the game.

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Brent Naden has spoken to one of the men involved in the incident and the NRL has closed its investigation . Naden admits part of him was concerned about the backlash from defending himself, but he said the support he received from the rugby league community justified his action.

The NRL investigation into the targeted racial abuse of Penrith Panthers back Brent Naden last month has been closed after one of the men ejected from Central Coast Stadium apologised to the 24-year-old. The incident occurred during the Panthers' narrow win over the NZ Warriors last month

Cleary said it was the first time the Indigenous star had experienced such abuse at an NRL match.

According to an NRL press release, the league facilitated a conversation between Naden and a representative of a number of individuals in which "apologies were offered and accepted" for the abuse directed at the 24-year-old Panther.

Josh Mansour, Nathan Cleary standing in front of a crowd: Naden celebrates with his teammate Josh Mansour in Penrith's Round 14 clash against the NZ Warriors © Getty Naden celebrates with his teammate Josh Mansour in Penrith's Round 14 clash against the NZ Warriors

The fans involved in the abuse will undergo education around "respect for players and the effect that abuse can have on participants", but will not be banned from attending NRL matches in the future.

The decision was made after the NRL Integrity Unit and CEO Andrew Abdo consulted with Naden himself as well as the Australian Rugby League Indigenous Council (ARLIC).

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Abdo thanked Naden for his involvement in the entire process.

"The game will not tolerate any form of abuse against our players - be it physical, verbal or online trolling. I commend Brent Naden for taking a strong stand on this matter and the way in which he has conducted himself throughout the process,'' he said in a NRL statement on Monday afternoon.

"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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