John Quayle breaks his silence on the state of the NRL
There has been a general dislike for the way that the NRL is being run. From rule changes, to fumbled press conferences and poor decisions from the Bunker.
Mark Levy has been firm on his beliefs about Todd Greenberg and the changes that need to be made for the sake of the game and the fans themselves.
John Quayle, Australian legendary professional rugby league footballer of the 1960s and 1970s, and administrator of the 1980s and 1990s, has broken his silence on the state of the game.
Following his retirement Quayle became the NSWRL’s first General Manager and later the ARL’s chief executive officer.
John joined Mark Levy and Mark Riddell for a rare chat about his feelings about the administration and the current state of the game. He was also asked whether he would rule our making a return if asked.
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