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Roosters delay Carney decision

23/08/2011 05:17:36 PM Comments (0)

The Sydney Roosters have delayed a decision on Todd Carney's future until after the NRL season following a request for more time from the troubled star.

Carney was due to front the Roosters board in coming days to show why the club should not tear up his contract following yet another off-field indiscretion.

The reigning Dally M medallist - along with teammates Nate Myles and Frank-Paul Nuuausala - were caught defying a team drinking ban when photographed coming out of a Sydney hotel two weeks ago.

The trio were stood down and issued with breach notices forcing them to explain their actions to the board.

Carney's management asked for his matter to be heard after the season, with reports the Test representative may line up a deal to play in France in 2012 with a view to returning to the Roosters in 2013.

While Carney and Myles remain on the outer, Nuuausala has since resolved his issues with the club, having returned to play in Saturday night's win over Cronulla.

There is still no date for when Myles, who will link up with Gold Coast next season, will front the board.

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