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Panthers seal Nathan Cleary deal and there is no 'dad clause'
DANNY WEIDLER

Panthers seal Nathan Cleary deal and there is no 'dad clause'

The final touches were put on the deal in a series of meetings on Thursday. One of those meetings took place between Nathan, his father Ivan and Phil Gould.

  • by Danny Weidler

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Ciraldo happy to keep coaching seat warm for Cleary at Penrith
Wests Tigers

Ciraldo happy to keep coaching seat warm for Cleary at Penrith

Cameron Ciraldo will continue to coach the Panthers, but that will change if Ivan Cleary makes an early return.

  • by Adrian Proszenko
'No need to change': Gould hints Ciraldo will coach Panthers in 2019

'No need to change': Gould hints Ciraldo will coach Panthers in 2019

Penrith are set to install Cameron Ciraldo as head coach for next year's NRL as they continue to be linked to Ivan Cleary in the long term.

  • by Steve Zemek
Panthers offer Ivan Cleary a three-year deal from 2021
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Panthers offer Ivan Cleary a three-year deal from 2021

While son Nathan is poised to sign a new long-term contract at Penrith, his father is now deep in negotiations about a return to the club that sacked him.

  • by Adrian Proszenko
Gould expects Cleary to re-sign at Penrith 'shortly'

Gould expects Cleary to re-sign at Penrith 'shortly'

Penrith general manager Phil Gould is extremely confident star halfback Nathan Cleary will soon commit his future to the NRL club.

'It will be very hard to walk away': Cleary's big hint about future

'It will be very hard to walk away': Cleary's big hint about future

Why Penrith's superstar No.7 Nathan Cleary will not muck around making a call on his long-term future.

  • by Christian Nicolussi
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Maloney cleared of cannonball, hoping to rocket into Kangaroos

Maloney cleared of cannonball, hoping to rocket into Kangaroos

Penrith playmaker James Maloney avoided suspension for a canonball tackle and hopes his next game is for Mal Meninga's Kangaroos.

  • by Christian Nicolussi
Panthers to channel 2018 NRL heartbreak
Sharks

Panthers to channel 2018 NRL heartbreak

Whatever Cameron Ciraldo's job is at Penrith next year, everything the caretaker coach does will be about arresting their reputations as the NRL's cardiac kids.

  • by Steve Zemek
The five places where Sharks v Panthers will be won and lost
Sharks

The five places where Sharks v Panthers will be won and lost

Val Holmes, sixes and sevens and a calculated coaching gamble all come into play in the first of the NRL's knockout semi-finals.

  • by Phil Lutton
'Critter' could be next big thing, says Panthers teammate DWZ
Sharks

'Critter' could be next big thing, says Panthers teammate DWZ

Penrith flyer Christian Crichton has been hailed as one of the game's best prospects by the player who ultimately squeezed him out of the club.

  • by Christian Nicolussi
Panthers pack vow not to be baited by niggling Sharks
Sharks

Panthers pack vow not to be baited by niggling Sharks

Cronulla and Penrith nearly came to blows the last time they met, with Penrith big bopper James Tamou conceding the Sharks were always ''in your face''.

  • by Christian Nicolussi