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Wayne Bennett's season of misery continued on Saturday night when Newcastle meekly fell to a 32-16 defeat to Canberra at Hunter Stadium.
The upset, which leaves Newcastle just two points off last place and on a five game losing streak, resulted in them being booed off the field by a disappointed crowd after losing to a team which had to deny rumours their coach, David Furner was facing the sack earlier...
"Police just took our kids at the point of their guns"
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