Barba "feeling the love" at the Sharks

Michael Carayannis   Even Ben Barba doubts if he can regain his magical form of 2012 but he believes he is better placed than ever thanks to the Sharks showing him "some love".

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SBW v Gallen fight on the cards


Chris Barrett   Sonny Bill Willams says a fight against his former NRL and rugby league international rival Paul Gallen is on the cards 

Sharks can have A-League team operating by 2017, says Gorman

"If you own a venue today, you want content": Cronulla Sharks chief executive Lyall Gorman.

Michael Chammas   New Cronulla Sharks chief executive Lyall Gorman believes the club can own the next A-League franchise and be ready in time for when the FFA look set for expansion in 2017.

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Gallen's next fight will be one for credibility

"I want to have one more fight before the [NRL] season starts": Paul Gallen.

Adrian Proszenko   Paul Gallen plans to re-enter the ring before the start of the footy season, but the biggest battle will be to establish his credibility in the sport.

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Cronulla captain Gallen expects to finish NRL career as a prop star

Face-to-face: Anthony Watts (left) and Paul Gallen get up close and personal at Tuesday's weigh-in.

Adrian Proszenko   Cronulla captain Paul Gallen is resigned to finishing off his NRL career as a front rower.

Gallen keen to punch on for Sharks past next season

Paul Gallen

Brad Walter   Paul Gallen has revealed he wants to continue playing beyond next season and does not see a new career for himself as a professional boxer.

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Age resonates as Sharks remember fallen champion

Tribute: Sharks players honour the memory of Phillip Hughes on Saturday.

Adrian Proszenko   When Cronulla players gathered on Saturday to honour Phillip Hughes, the thing that struck them most was his age.

New Sharks boss canvasses privatisation

"The world has shown a logical connection between private and public equity makes sense": Sharks chief executive Lyall Gorman.

Adrian Proszenko   Lyall Gorman has flagged the prospect of privatising the Sharks after being unveiled as the embattled club’s new group chief executive.

Gorman is the new CEO of the Cronulla Sharks

Lyall Gorman, pictured with FFA chairman Frank Lowy in 2012, is the new CEO of the Sharks.

The Cronulla Sharks have appointed experienced football administrator Lyall Gorman to be the club's new CEO.

Are you sorry? Flanagan calls off media conference

Unhappy: Sharks coach Shane Flanagan at training on Monday.

Daniel Lane   Cronulla coach Shane Flanagan has taken a leaf out of Clive Palmer's handbook for dealing with the media, storming out of Monday morning's press conference.

Ban over, Gallen vows to move on

The fight with the NRL is over, but Paul Gallen is in training for his next bout, this time in the ring.

Phil Lutton   The battered bridge with NRL boss Dave Smith can be mended, insists Paul Gallen, as the Sharks and NSW captain vows to move on from a forgettable year and return to the rugby league fold.

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Sharks make massive play for Cherry-Evans

Multimillion-dollar lure: Cronulla want to snatch Daly Cherry-Evans from Manly.

Adrian Proszenko   Cronulla is in the process of putting forward a mammoth offer for Daly Cherry-Evans which would make the star halfback the highest-paid player in NRL history.

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Todd Carney upset at NRL exit but happy in France

Todd Carney has moved to the English Super League.

Joe Barton   Todd Carney has come to terms with the fact his NRL career is over, declaring his new home at the Catalans Dragons will be his last.

Flanagan sets off on Barba voyage

Danny Weidler dinkus Dinkus

Danny Weidler   Shane Flanagan has landed in the deep end in his second coming as a coach.

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Barba says reunification will help him

"To be told I wasn't needed was a bit of a shock": Barba.

Brad Walter   The new Sharks five-eighth believes the fresh start will enable him to regain the form that earned him the 2012 Dally M and RLPA player-of-the-year awards.

Ben Barba to earn big bucks at Sharks

Ben Barba will leave the Broncos after one season in Brisbane.

Michael Chammas   Ben Barba will join Cronulla for the next three seasons on a deal believed to be worth close to $800,000 a year after he was released by the Brisbane Broncos for 2015.

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Gallen's NRL fine reduced

Speaking his mind: Sharks captain Paul Gallen.

The NRL has suspended $15,000 of the $50,000 fine imposed on Cronulla captain Paul Gallen for his abusive social media tirade against the game's officials.

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Abusive fans enraged Gallen

Controversial: Sharks skipper Paul Gallen is appealing his fine.

Cronulla skipper Paul Gallen said abusive rugby league fans and some late night drinks led to his Twitter gaffe that cost him $50,000. Gallen was hit with the massive fine after a disparaging remark directed towards NRL officials while he was on holiday in Hawaii.

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Barba a good fit for Sharks: Gallen

Sharks target: Broncos fullback Ben Barba.

James MacSmith   Captain Paul Gallen says he would welcome Ben Barba's recruitment by Cronulla, after confirming on Sunday the Sharks are chasing the unwanted Brisbane utility.

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Ben Barba set to sign with Sharks

Heading south?: Ben Barba.

Paul Haigh, Phil Lutton   Ben Barba looks destined to join the Cronulla Sharks after the Brisbane Broncos gave the former Dally M winner permission to look elsewhere for the upcoming NRL season.

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