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Cronulla Sharks coach Shane Flanagan has stormed out of a scheduled press conference after being questioned about the club’s 2011 ASADA drugs scandal.
Flanagan faced the media at pre-season training on Monday, where Paul Gallen, Wade Graham, Nathan Gardner and Anthony Tupou returned after serving their ASADA suspensions.
The Sharks coach, who served a 12-month ban for his own involvement in the saga, walked out on journalists after persistent questioning in relation to the scandal.
“We’re talking about season 2015 now, we’ve gone through paper after paper, comment after comment, we’re concentrating on season 2015,” Flanagan said.
He was then asked about his role in the drawn-out case.
“Mate, we’ve gone through that numerous times,” he said.
“We’re here talking today about season 2015 and the return of the players. That’s what I’m here to talk about.”
With his patience already running thin, Flanagan stormed when he was asked: “Are you sorry for allowing your players to be injected with illegal substances?”
Flanagan was given a 12-month ban over governance issues at the club during the 2011 supplements scandal.
Earlier this year, Flanagan signed a three-year contract to be head coach at the Sharks until 2017.