August 2013
Rugby League Week;8/8/2013, Issue 32, p38
The article reports on the decision of Parramatta coach Ian Walsh to quit when one of his players arrived drunk for training. According to Walsh, he want to quit if players are going to treat him with little respect. He states that he was disgusted after seeing the player who turned up looking drank. He adds that he would have dropped the player if he believed he would have the support of the club.


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