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CODE OF CONDUCT BREACH WITHDRAWN AGAINST CARNEY

CODE OF CONDUCT BREACH WITHDRAWN AGAINST CARNEY

The Newcastle Jets have withdrawn a breach of the code of conduct against former player David Carney.

An arbitration hearing was due to take place tomorrow in Sydney, but has since been cancelled.

Carney was disputing one of the three ‘strikes’ against him, which led to his termination last month.

New CEO Mitchell Murphy says, “It is the club’s desire to work proactively behind the scenes with David (Carney) and the PFA and to resolve the situation in a timely manner.

“We achieved such an outcome earlier this week with Kew Jaliens, and the club is also committed to continuing the process with Joel Griffiths, Billy Celeski and Adrian Madaschi,” he said.

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Renee Fedder is a journalist and web producer for NBN News in Newcastle. She has worked for the company for the past three years, since completing a Bachelor of Communication at the University of Newcastle.

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