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Robert Lui linked to Cronulla Sharks

The Cronulla Sharks are eyeing Robert Lui to replace sacked five eighth Todd Carney.

It is understood Cronulla staffers have spoken internally about making an approach to the Cowboys playmaker and Lui's management has been approached on an informal basis about the off-contract 24 year old's desire to return to Sydney.

Lui's previous stint in Sydney where he spent three seasons at Wests Tigers ended on an awful note after he was charged and found guilty of assaulting his partner, Tahleah Backo who was pregnant at the...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 July 2014 09:02

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Knee surgery ends Andrew Walker's AFL season

The bad news has continued for Carlton as they labour through a horror AFL season with the announcement star defender Andrew Walker has undergone knee surgery and will not play again this year.

Carlton football director Andrew McKay said on the club website Walker had struggled with an injury for several weeks.

"Andrew's knee has been troubling him for a significant amount of the season but to his credit he has managed to play through the pain and make a solid contribution for our team," McKay said.

"While we have...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 July 2014 09:00

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