Sport May handed lifeline after Panthers sacking
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has received a lifeline just a month after being sacked by Penrith, signing a deal with Super League side .
May's Panthers career was abruptly ended after the team's premiership win, with a social media post that appeared to reference his highly publicised court case, which saw him labelled "morally reprehensible" and "criminal" by a magistrate.
The 25-year-old will join Catalans on a one-year deal from the 2022 season.
"First of all, I'm very grateful for this opportunity," he said in a club statement.
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"I can't thank the coach Steve McNamara, Alex Chan and the president Bernard Guasch enough for allowing me to come to such a great club with an amazing fan base.
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"I'm eager to meet my new teammates and gain their respect by working hard to go one better this year."
May is the latest in a long line of players to have gone from the NRL to Catalans, and will link up with, who was to head to France.
May leaves the NRL having played in 56 games for the Panthers since making his debut during the 2017 season. He scored 10 tries, including three during the 2021 season.
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