Parramatta Eels

Pauli charge puts players on notice over late hits on playmakers

Brad Walter   Parramatta forward Pauli Pauli is the first player to be charged over a late shot on a playmaker after he has passed the ball.

Pauli's hit on Soward legal: Choc

Man of many talents: Eels giant Pauli Pauli had a bright future as a volleyball player before opting for league.

Michael Carayannis   Anthony Watmough says Pauli Pauli's tackle on Jamie Soward "happens eight times every game".

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Furious Soward believes Pauli should have been put in sin bin

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 29:  Jamie Soward of the Panthers leaves the field with an injury during the round 12 NRL match between Penrith Panthers and the Parramatta Eels at Pepper Stadium on May 29, 2015 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

Michael Chammas   A furious Jamie Soward left Pepper Stadium with his right arm in a sling and his short term future up in the air after a late tackle from Parramatta forward Pauli Pauli on Friday night.

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Panthers lose Moylan and the match against Parramatta

Going nowhere: Chris Sandow and Ryan Morgan of the Eels tackle Waqa Blake of the Panthers.

Michael Chammas   Just when it seemed like Penrith's injury-plagued season couldn't get any worse, the Panthers were dealt a blow of monumental proportions by losing fullback Matt Moylan for up to two months.

Fa'aoso escapes ban for Burgess hit

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Parramatta's Richie Fa'aoso has escaped NRL suspension after submitting an early guilty plea for his raised forearm that floored South Sydney's George Burgess.

Storm sound out Eels boss Seward

In demand: Eels CEO Scott Seward.

Michael Chammas   The Melbourne Storm have sounded out Parramatta Eels boss Scott Seward as a potential replacement for departing chief executive Mark Evans.

Eels boss urges NRL to look to NFL to fix salary cap mess

Optimistic: Parramatta CEO Scott Seward says the club will retain its big-name signings despite the salary cap dramas.

Adrian Proszenko   Parramatta CEO Scott Seward has urged the NRL to consider NFL-style trade windows and disabled lists to prevent salary cap breaches and create smoother pathways for players into the top grade.

'Semi Trailer' parked due to driving offences

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Adrian Proszenko   Just when you thought it couldn't possibly get any worse for Parramatta, try-scoring machine Semi Radradra is due to appear in court over a series of driving charges.

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Souths record first win without Reynolds

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 22:  Cameron McInnes of the Rabbitohs scores a try during the round 11 NRL match between the South Sydney Rabbitohs and the Parramatta Eels at ANZ Stadium on May 22, 2015 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

Brad Walter   Until Cameron McInnes's 75th-minute try, it appeared Parramatta were set to end a bad week on a high note, following the salary cap dramas that cost them a $525,000 fine.

Goalkicking cost Eels another win: Arthur

Breaking the line: Cameron McInnes' try proved the difference on Friday night.

Brad Walter   Parramatta coach Brad Arthur was left bemoaning his team's inability to kick a goal in the last two weeks after the Eels crashed to another narrow loss to South Sydney at ANZ Stadium.

Sharp says Eels won't be 'bullied'

Parramatta chairman Steve Sharp.

Chris Barrett   Parramatta chairman Steve Sharp says the Eels will contest some of the salary cap breaches that led to their $525,000 fine and has hit out at the NRL.

Eels claim they can still afford Foran

Optimistic: Parramatta CEO Scott Seward says the club will retain its big-name signings despite the salary cap dramas.

Chris Barrett   ¬†Parramatta are insistent that their salary cap drama will not stand between them acquiring star signings Kieran Foran and Beau Scott next year.

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NRL seize chance to force reform at Parramatta

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Brad Walter   Until now the NRL has had no real influence over a club whose licenced operation made a $6.5 million profit from a turnover of $85 million last yea

Parramatta Eels fined $525,000 for 'significant' salary cap breaches

Reni Maitua was cut from the club at the end of the 2013 season.

Chris Barrett   Parramatta's disappointing season was dealt another blow when they were fined $525,000 on Thursday over salary cap breaches.

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Gordon "struggling" with Sharks drama

Michael Gordon.

Matt Encarnacion   Parramatta coach Brad Arthur says Michael Gordon is "struggling" with the contract dramas that has blocked his mid-season NRL move to Parramatta.

Arthur has no interest in Moimoi biffo

Drawing back the curtain: Fuifui Moimoi.

Daniel Lane   Parramatta coach has no intention of pursuing legal action against club legend¬†despite controversial chapter in soon-to-be-released autobiography.

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Sharks deny Gordon walked out after blocked switch

Support on personal issues: Michael Gordon.

Cronulla have dismissed reports fullback Michael Gordon walked out on the club after it refused to release him to join Parramatta.

Hopoate snr backs son Will for Origin

Ready for the call: Will Hopoate is expected to again play State of Origin.

Daniel Lane   Former international John Hopoate understands why Parramatta are reluctant for his son William to play in this year's State of Origin series opener but he has assured Blues coach Laurie Daley that despite his topsy-turvey season the 23-year-old won't let the state down.

Daley set to ignore injury concerns over Hopoate

Will Hopoate of the Eels looks on during the round 10 NRL match between the Parramatta Eels and the New Zealand Warriors at Pirtek Stadium.

Brad Walter   The Blues have been advised by Parramatta officials that Hopoate may struggle with the demands of Origin

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Eels miss Sandow in narrow loss to Warriors

At arm's length: Solomone Kata puts a fend on Will Hopoate.

Adrian Proszenko   Chris Sandow had his best game. Ever. Try assists, line breaks, a 40-20, repeat sets and eight goals - but all for the wrong team.