Cronulla Sharks players picks a luxurious place to lay low as the drugs storm takes over.
Disgraced Cronulla Sharks star Todd Graham has been spotted partying with Todd Carney in Bali as the ASADA scandal continues to rock the NRL club.
The Daily telegraph has photos of the two together in the island holiday spot with the jovial expression on Graham’s face set to annoy fans of the Sharks and rugby league.
Graham is one of 12 Cronulla players that have been exiled from the NRL after admitting they were a part of an illegal substances program at the club in 2011.
Their ban has seen them unavailable to play or be involved in any NRL games or activities until November 21 this year with the bans being back-dated.
rugby league until November 21.
The Penrith product has been banned from associating with his team for the rest of the season after taking an ASADA deal that excluded him from the club’s final three matches of the year.
Graham was snapped with Carney just days after he agreed to the controversial ASADA deal.
Carney was sacked by the Sharks earlier this season after the notorious ‘’bubbler’’ photo taken in a Cronulla bar founds its way to social media.
Carney was also pictured with Schapelle and Mercedes Corby in a Bali bar last month.
Graham”s manager Mark Stewart said his client has not done anything wrong bu catching up with Carney in Bali, and ordered him to step away from the NRL for a while.
“I told him to get out of the country and get away from everything for a while,’’ said Stewart.
“He has the rest of his football career in front of him and I suggested he needed a break to clear his head. He needed to go away so he could come back in November with his head in a good place.
“It was my call to send him so he could go away and clear his head and put all the ASADA stuff behind him. This has dragged on for two years and he needs to leave it behind and start the new season fresh and with it all behind him.’’
However, the latest photo involving Carney and now Graham is set to annoy fans of the game with some already questioning if the Sharks saga is serving as a deterrent at all.