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Eels slapped with 12-points deduction and $1 million fineManagers and players the next focusChoice of three as members prepare to decide destinyPlayers reject offer to meet with Todd Greenberg
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Parramatta’s fate still rests in their hands. The equation is simple for the Eels, who now sit six points outside the top eight after having 12 competition points stripped on Saturday for a range of salary cap breaches.

Win their remaining eight games and they play finals football for the first time since 2009. Lose one and they will have to rely on other results going their way. Lose two and they might as well start sending players off for premature off-season surgery to get their bodies right for 2017. Making the near impossible mission even more difficult is the fact they will mostly have to do it without their star winger Semi Radradra, who will be sidelined for up to six weeks with a knee injury suffered against the Roosters on Friday night.

But the Eels haven’t given up hope, with coach Brad Arthur still clinging to the dream of landing a top-eight position despite going from fourth to 12th overnight.

“If we were a team that was sitting 14th or 15th because of form then it might be a really big ask,” Arthur said on Triple M. “It’s still going to be a big ask for us, but at the moment, in terms of wins, we’re a team that’s a top-four team. Next week we have Penrith, so if we just really focus on one game at a time we’ll give ourselves an opportunity. We’re a team that has to play for the 80 minutes every week.

“We can’t afford to let any opportunities go and we can’t afford to have a five-minute lapse in a game because if we do, that’s our season. That’s the situation for us, but it’s not beyond us, because in terms of a football team, we’re a top-four side in my eye.”

The NRL handed down its final sanctions on Saturday, docking the Eels 12 competition points and the points differential they had accumulated in the first nine rounds of this season, as well as this year’s Auckland Nines title.

Their run home isn’t too difficult, avoiding the top four sides with matches against the Panthers, Titans, Tigers, Sea Eagles, Broncos, Raiders, Dragons and Warriors to close out the regular season.

They’ll also have to do it without Kieran Foran, who is expected to be formally granted a release by the Eels next week to deal with a range of personal issues that have taken over his life that will likely pave the way for Jarryd Hayne to return to the club in 2017.

“It’s all about his health for me at the moment,” Arthur said of the embattled former Eels captain. “I’ve been dealing with him for quite a while in terms of where he was at personally. It’s no real surprise to me that his head is not in the right space to play football and I think him having time away from the game can only help him and get himself right.

“I’m sure at some stage he’ll regain that desire to be in a team environment and play football. But at the moment he has to concentrate on his issues sorted in his personal life.”

Corey Norman, the star of the show in Friday night’s come-from-behind victory against the Roosters, has a nervous wait as he fronts court next week over drug possession charges. He also faces a stint on the sidelines if he is found guilty, which would all but end Parramatta’s hopes of competing in September.

PARRAMATTA’S RUN HOME:

Panthers (a), Titans (a), Tigers (h), Sea Eagles (h), Broncos (a), Raiders (a), Dragons (h), Warriors (a)

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