Tim Moltzen
Dragons seek compensation

The St George Illawarra Dragons haven’t given up hope of getting compensation in the wake of the ugly Tim Moltzen contract tug of war.

As the Dragons yesterday completed their first day of pre-season training without their star recruit, club boss Peter Doust confirmed the fight for damages was just starting.

“We are investigating our legal options and we’ll certainly be asking the Player Manager’s Accreditation Scheme through Neil Cadigan to investigate the role of management in this,” Doust said.

Asked if the club would be chasing compensation, Doust said: “I think the ultimate objective would be to get some compensation from parties involved, predominantly Wests Tigers.

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“We believe the manager (Martin Tauber) was an integral part of the communication between the Wests Tigers and the Dragons and his obligations under the NRL rules are pretty straightforward.”

Read more at the Daily Telegraph