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The NRL will likely endorse one of the three groups attempting to overthrow the Parramatta board at an extraordinary meeting, although the direction of the club’s future will ultimately be left to its members.

The NRL officially cancelled the registrations of the so-called “gang of five” administrators on Saturday, leaving a massive leadership vacuum at the Eels. The club is now operating without a chief executive, chairman or football manager, while the four remaining directors only just make a quorum.

Long-suffering fans are baying for a cleanout after the salary cap debacle, but only those who have been Parramatta Leagues Club members for at least three consecutive years are in a position to affect it. Three separate groups have gathered the 101 signatures required to call an extraordinary meeting. Once the signatures are validated – and if their resolution is deemed constitutional – members can choose to throw their support behind their preference. Chris Losco, Brendon Noney and Andrew Eagleston are each heading up their respective coups, with each offering a different take on how replacement directors should be installed.

While there is likely to be some debate among members as to which will best serve Parramatta in the future, it’s likely they will be united in the belief the directors currently in charge shouldn’t remain. The current board is likely to challenge the opposing groups on legal grounds.

“We made it clear from the start that the other [remaining] members of this board were not issued with breach notices,” NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg said. “But that should not be taken as a sign of an endorsement that they were having a strong performance. Having said that, the actions of the remaining board members in this interim period also remain very disappointing.

“Rather than get the club back on track, what they have done is continue to engage with us in infighting and factionalism. That time has to stop.”

Eagleston’s ticket comprises former Eels skipper Ray Price, businessman Ian Sekuloski and former Parramatta Lord Mayor Paul Barber. Under that proposal, two board spots will be appointed by the NRL as independent directors, while another will be chosen by the membership.

Noney’s proposal would see the lawyer installed alongside Martin Zaiter, John Hugh, Rony Wardan and David Ciantar. Losco has taken a different approach, proposing to overthrow all current directors save for Geoff Gerard, who would assist in forming a committee to identify replacements based on merit. That process would include a recruitment firm and Clubs NSW to select candidates to run through until at least the next election.

“From what I understand there are three separate individual groups looking to make a play for the board,” Greenberg said. “We need to think very carefully and work with the right group to make sure the ownership and the running of the club is what it should be.”

Greenberg said the NRL hadn’t yet begun to work with or endorse any of the three groups, but would look to do so. “We will look carefully into this,” Greenberg said.

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