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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 destinySemi Radradra faces six weeks on the sidelines
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Thanks, but no thanks. That was the response from the Parramatta Eels, who knocked back an offer from NRL boss Todd Greenberg to deliver the bad news of their salary cap sanctions face-to-face.

Greenberg phoned Eels coach Brad Arthur asking to once again front the players to deliver the confirmation of what is likely a season-ending 12-point penalty, however Arthur opted against another meeting with the chief executive who spoke to them in person when the provisional findings were announced.

Fairfax Media understands the club was not interested in a meeting with Greenberg, viewing a potential second stop-off as a publicity stunt that would have done little to ease their frustrations.

While Greenberg believed the players were entitled to a face-to-face explanation, the reality of the salary cap saga has left a sour taste in the mouths of the players who would be sitting inside the top four had they not been stripped of 12 points for the misdemeanours of the club’s hierarchy.

“What I would say in having spoken to Brad Arthur and the senior players over this period, they are probably the most resilient group of young footballers I’ve ever encountered,” Greenberg said.

“Their ability to be able to turn up to do a job has been nothing short of phenomenal. They should be very proud of themselves.”

The players have been resigned to the fact they would lose 12 points since the NRL handed down it’s provisional penalties.

So it came as no surprise to them when the NRL handed down its final punishment, which resulted in the team shifting from fourth to 12th on the ladder overnight.

“We’ve dealt with the disappointment and moved on from it weeks ago,” Arthur said on Triple M.

“We knew the situation wasn’t going to change for us and the boys have been very resilient. I’m so proud of them the way they keep fronting up and performing each week.

“We need to do that because we’re in a big hole at the club and for us to not go out there and play to the best of our ability and not have a real crack would be real detrimental to the club moving forward.”

Greenberg, with integrity unit boss Nick Weeks by his side, phoned the five Parramatta officials on Saturday morning to inform them their registrations had been cancelled.

They will receive formal documentation on Monday and have five business days to respond. It is believed some of the officials are weighing up fighting the sanctions. But now the NRL has confirmed its penalties, it intends to involve itself in the restructuring of the Eels organisation.

“The NRL has deliberately chosen not to intervene in the affairs of the club while this investigation has been under way,” Greenberg said.

“But that changes now. We want to see a strong board and we will do all we can to facilitate that. We will be working with the board and the members to install a management team that sets the club on the right path for the future.”

The remaining board members aren’t in the clear, and the NRL has identified the need for change if the Eels are to return to the powerhouse they once were.

“We made it clear from the start that the other members of this board were not issued with breach notices,” 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.”

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