Sport Dean Pay has part of $25,000 fine suspended

06:21  17 may  2018
06:21  17 may  2018 Source:

Dogs coach slugged with $25,000 NRL fine

  Dogs coach slugged with $25,000 NRL fine Canterbury coach Dean Pay has been hit with a $25,000 fine for his critical comments about the NRL referees following their loss to Brisbane. Canterbury coach Dean Pay has been slugged with a $25,000 for his post-match spray at the NRL referees after his side's controversial loss to Brisbane.Rookie Bulldogs mentor Pay became the first NRL coach of 2018 to be handed a breach notice for criticising the whistleblowers and the club now has five days to respond to the proposed fine.

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Frustrated: Dean Pay after the Bulldogs were beaten by the Broncos.© NRL Photos Frustrated: Dean Pay after the Bulldogs were beaten by the Broncos.

The NRL has suspended $10,000 of the $25,000 fine handed to Canterbury Bulldogs coach Dean Pay for complaining about referees.

Pay was bewildered at several decisions in the Bulldogs' narrow loss to the Brisbane Broncos two weeks ago, saying that he felt that his side were "meant not to win" and labelling some calls that went against his team as "ridiculous" and "disgraceful".

The fact that Pay is in his first year as a head coach worked in his favour, with the governing body noting his lack of prior breaches when making their ruling today.

Canterbury Bulldogs coach Dean Pay fined $25,000 for press conference spray

  Canterbury Bulldogs coach Dean Pay fined $25,000 for press conference spray Canterbury Bulldogs coach Dean Pay has been whacked with a whopping $25,000 fine for his comments in the post-match press conference following his side's loss to Brisbane Broncos on Thursday night. Several controversial calls went against the Dogs at Suncorp Stadium, including the penalty that sealed the game for the Broncos, and Pay let rip after the match.“There was a lot in the lead up to it, you could say that,” Pay said.“There was a lot of decisions out there that went against us – a lot.“We shouldn’t even have been in that position.

Bulldogs coach Dean Pay has been hit with a proposed $ 25 , 000 fine by the NRL after he ripped into the referees following Thursday night's loss to Brisbane.

Former President Bill Clinton has paid a $ 25 , 000 fine that was part of a sanction in which his Arkansas law license was suspended for five years. 19, the last full day of his presidency, Mr. Clinton reached an agreement on the fine and suspension with Robert W. Ray, the independent counsel.

Pay spent the first several years of his playing career at Belmore, representing New South Wales and Australia in that time. He remained loyal to the ARL during the Super League war and signed with the Parramatta Eels when the Bulldogs aligned with the rebel competition.

He was Ricky Stuart's assistant coach at Parramatta, before following him to Canberra, where he remained until the end of 2017.

It hasn't been an easy first season at the helm of a first-grade side for Pay, with the Bulldogs sitting 13th on the ladder. A narrow win over the Eels last week kept them out of last place.

A spokesman for the NRL said there had been a significant increase in club funding this year and the higher level of fines was aimed at ensuring there was an adequate deterrent against criticism of match officials.

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