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  • 15 April 2019
    Manly NRL veteran Steve Matai has slammed reports claiming his phone was seized by police, saying they are baseless.Seven Network and Fairfax Media both reported on Friday that Matais phone had been taken as police investigate allegations of match-fixing in the NRL.My phone has never been out of my possession and I have never been interviewed by police, said Matai in a Manly club statement.I am humiliated by the baseless rumour and this is really upsetting for my family.I cant believe my name has been thrown out there like this.Manly said Matai had his phone when visited by Manly officials on Friday.Steve Matai is a life member who has played over 200 games for the club. Of course we will support such an icon of our club, said Manly CEO Joe Kelly.He has given us no reason to do otherwise over 14 years of service.The club said Matais management would commence legal proceedings for defamation against media outlets who named Matai in reports about his phone being seized by police.NSW police have ramped up their probe into match-fixing allegations this week, establishing Strike Force Nuralda, with detectives expected to interview dozens of players, officials and others as they work in conjunction with the NSW Crime Commission.NSW Police released a statement saying their investigation is subject to the secrecy provisions under the Crime Commission Act (NSW).It is important that people, players and officials who may become part of this investigation are not wrongly accused or have their reputations unfairly tarnished on the basis of rumour, read the statement.Initial reports had suspicions raised over three matches involving Manly: one against South Sydney and another against Parramatta last year and a clash with Parramatta this year.However News Corp Australia reported the strike force had now asked betting agencies to reveal every gambling transaction on every market for Sea Eagles games in 2015 and 2016.Sea Eagles chairman Scott Penn has claimed Manly is a victim of guilt by innuendo, revealing the club is yet to be contacted by police.We are concerned about the way in which the club brand has been tarnished by speculation, Penn said.It is guilt by innuendo.We have reached out to (the police) and literally had one conversation and they said we will get back to you when we are ready. Cheap Jerseys For Sale . Inter president Erick Thohir says in a club statement on Wednesday that Vidic is "one of the worlds best defenders and his qualities, international pedigree, and charisma will be an asset. China NBA Jerseys .ca. Hey Kerry, big fan of yours, just finished reading your book. I think that we all saw the Canucks/Flames line brawl just after puck drop. It was obvious that something was about to happen, even to the referees because the fourth lines were on to start. . -- Sergey Tolchinksy scored his second goal of the game 3:56 into overtime as the Sault Ste. Wholesale NFL Jerseys USA . Boucher previously coached the Tampa Bay Lightning and had a 97-78-20 record over two-plus seasons. He was dismissed by the team last March after the Lightning struggled in the lockout-shortened season with a 13-18-1 record. Cheap Jerseys Frrom China .ca NFL Power Rankings, overtaking the Denver Broncos and remaining ahead of NFC competition San Francisco, Carolina and New Orleans.Calgary Flames veteran goaltender Miikka Kiprusoff has reportedly decided to retire. According a report from Finnish news agency STT-Lehtikuva tweeted Tuesday by Vancouver-based NHL hockey writer Juha Hiitela, the 36-year-old has told the Finnish national team hes done with his NHL playing career. "Kiprusoff has told to Finnish national team that he is retiring," read the tweet. "If Calgary has not announced it, you guys can do that. #Flames #Kipper" The Finnish national team also named its candidates for the 2014 mens hockey team for the Sochi Olympics on Tuesday and Kiprusoff is not on the list. "As we indicated when we addressed the media on June 14, having just spoken with Miikka at that time, we realized that if pushed for an answer Miikka would have said that he was finished with his professional career,," the Flames said in a statement on Tuesday.dddddddddddd "In light of our most recent meeting with him, the statement attributed to him by the Finnish National Team does not come as a surprise. However, as we have said consistently, we will continue our dialogue with Miikka." Kiprusoff played in 623 career games with the San Jose Sharks and Flames, going 319-213-71 with a .912 save percentage and a 2.49 goals-against average. He led the Flames out of the first round of the playoffs only once, backstopping the team all the way to the 2004 Stanley Cup Final. This past season, he was limited to 24 games by injury and performance, and he finished 8-14-2 with a 3.44 goals-against average and .882 save percentage. Kiprusoff was drafted by the Sharks in the fifth round (116th overall) of the 1995 NHL Entry Draft. ' ' '