NRL players have had to get used to the fact that they will not be playing on the same field as the NRL team.
With this season of NRL fixtures set to take place in 2017, there has been a bit of a disconnect between the teams and the NRL as the clubs will play in the same stadiums in 2018.
The NRL has said it will allow for a bit more freedom in the way players and coaches work together, but the players will still be expected to train in the gym and train in a similar way to how they train with their clubs.
However, the NRL have decided that the players are not allowed to train on the field in front of the crowd.
This has come after the players were forced to train outside of the stadium in an attempt to ensure that they did not get injured during the pre-season, and the players have been left in the dark about when the NRL will open up the stadium to the public.
“The players will be allowed to practise on the ground, but not the stadium,” a NRL spokesperson said.
“Players will only be allowed in and out of the training area.
The players will not have access to the facilities outside the training facility, including the locker room and locker rooms, and will be required to leave the training areas at any time during their pre-game warm-ups.”
The spokesperson added that players will only have access outside the stadium for the pre‑game warm up and pre-match practice.
The player welfare department are also concerned about how players will react if they are asked to train during the game, especially during the early stages of a match.
“If a player does not show up for training, they will be subject to a fine,” a spokesperson said.””
In the case of an injury, players will receive medical attention from medical staff outside the pre match dressing room.
“However, it is understood that the NRL are not planning to put players on the court outside of pre-games.
The spokesperson said that players are allowed to wear shorts and a t-shirt during pre-football activities but will not wear their scrubs in public.
There have been a number of high profile cases involving players in the past couple of years.
In 2016, a player from the Canberra Raiders was fined $100,000 for his part in an incident during a match against the Wests Tigers.
Earlier this year, former NRL player Anthony Milford was fined for using racist language on social media.
The Warriors have been criticised for not allowing players to wear t-shirts during their games, and have been fined $300,000 by the NRL for this.
However there is no word yet on if the NRL plan to allow players to participate in pre-and post-match training, which would allow them to have some privacy during the off-season.
Players have also been criticised by some of their peers for being overly aggressive during the matches.”
It has got to the point where there is a level of disrespect to the game that players in some clubs are having to go through,” an NRL spokesperson told News24.”
We have to keep the game relevant.
We have to give the players the opportunity to play, we have to allow them some control and we have a duty to protect them and their welfare.