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04:21  14 september  2017
04:21  14 september  2017 Source:

Penrith Panthers grant Matt Moylan leave from the NRL

  Penrith Panthers grant Matt Moylan leave from the NRL Matt Moylan has been granted leave to sort out personal issues following a meeting with Panthers officials on Monday morning. Despite rival clubs circling for his signature, the Panthers have resolved lingering tension between the captain and the club but have decided to give him time away from the game to deal with personal issues.Moylan won't play for the Panthers in this Saturday's do-or-die clash with Manly at Allianz Stadium."We held a long discussion with Matt and his manager this morning," Panthers general manager Phil Gould said.

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The Panthers brought Captain Munnerlyn back home because he’s good at playing slot corner, and they needed someone who was. But the thing he might be better at is talking , and when you deal in words in volume the way he does, some of them might eventually come back to bite you.

Dallin Watene-Zelezniak of the Panthers in action. © Tony Feder/Getty Images Dallin Watene-Zelezniak of the Panthers in action. Penrith winger Dallin Watene-Zelezniak has revealed how Manly opposite Matthew Wright took exception to a tackle before striking him during the Panthers' fiery NRL finals win.

Bad blood between the two sides boiled over when Wright lunged and hit Watene-Zelezniak during Penrith's upset victory at Allianz Stadium on Saturday night.

Fairfax Media published images of the incident and the Kiwi international said despite appearances otherwise, the Sea Eagles winger didn't strike him with a clenched fist.

"It was more of a palm, it didn't really rattle me too much," Watene-Zelezniak told AAP.

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Anthony denied the rumor but when you aren’t willing to pass the salt, people are going to talk . In the latest episode of the very funny and NSFW Uncensored Trash Talk video by the comedic genius ItsReal85, Melo and his unwillingness to pass is hilariously mocked.

"There was a lot of banter but I try not to get caught up in that too much or else I lose focus on my own game.

"I just tried to give it back in tackles."

Watene-Zelezniak revealed the Sea Eagles winger had taken exception to a tackle moments earlier.

"I rocked him a little bit," he said.

Asked if it was a legal hit, Watene-Zelezniak said: "I felt like it. I don't know if it looked like it.

"But when I got up he was a bit angry at me."

Tempers boiled over when the two sides met the previous week with Manly centre Dylan Walker relentlessly trash-talking the Panthers and successfully getting under their skins.

Watene-Zelezniak says he refuses to engage in niggling tactics and sought to deal with it via legal retaliation.

"It puts people off their game when they get into that kind of stuff," Watene-Zelezniak said.

Panthers hoping Moylan can extend NRL finals run

  Panthers hoping Moylan can extend NRL finals run Penrith Panthers players are hoping troubled skipper Matt Moylan can return from personal issues against Brisbane to extend the club's NRL finals charge.The Panthers were considered long shots to beat Manly in their elimination final with Moylan on indefinite leave as he battles personal issues.

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"You've just got to get them back the right way and win the game.

"We spoke about (Manly's niggling) it but it wasn't our main focus, we just wanted to work on the areas where we went wrong the week before. It turned out really good for us."

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Matt Moylan doesn't want to go: Merrin .
Penrith lock Trent Merrin has dismissed rumours an alleged rift between the playing group and injured skipper Matt Moylan will force him out of the club.The former NSW back-rower was adamant Moylan would be staying with the club at the foot of the Blue Mountains for the 2018 NRL season, despite reports Manly, Cronulla and Wests Tigers are interested in the playmaker.

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