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A big news morning in rugby league and sport in general - here's what's happened on your Tuesday morning.
HUNTER SPORTS GROUP DROP A-LEAGUE BOMBSHELL
It's not NRL, but it will have a big effect on the Newcastle sporting landscape - the owners of the Newcastle Knights, the Hunter Sports Group, have handed their Newcastle Jets A-League Football Club licence back to the sports' governing body, Football Federation Australia (FFA). The below is taken from a statement this morning issued by HSG:
"The HSG has invested almost $12 million since stepping in at short notice to save the ailing club less than 18 months ago.
During this period the club has been unable to resolve a variety of issues with the FFA including a $5 million acquisition fee, the Jason Culina insurance matter and continued request to address the competition