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Broncos coach Kevin Walters has condemned NRL’s handling of Penny Haas sneakers with Albert Kelly.

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Broncos coach Kevin Walters condemned NRL’s handling of Penny Haas sneakers with Albert Kelly: “I can’t believe he made so many mistakes.”

  • Haas was suspended by the NRL for one game after a pre-season incident
  • The Broncos prop was captured on camera pushing and shoving with Albert Kelly
  • The incident allegedly broke out as Kelly was waiting for her teammate’s new shoes
  • Coach Walters has now said he does not believe the sentence fits into the crime

Brisbane Broncos coach Kevin Walters has been criticized in the NRL for the suspension of Penn Haas after he allegedly beat his team-mate Albert Kelly in a fight over Star Prop’s sneakers.

The New South Wales Blues promoter was ruled out for a game for his role in the push-and-shave with Kelly after the team’s win over the Bulldogs in the second round.

The incident was captured on camera and allegedly sparked as Kelly deliberately smashed her team’s brand-new shoes.

An incident between Haas and Kelly in the NRL pre-season that saw them suspended

Haas appeared to hit Kelly with his open hand but there was no punch and no one was injured in the incident, although both players were suspended from the NRL.

Walters said, ‘Payne one, I was disappointed with the way everyone handled Sen Radio.

‘I really don’t believe he made too many mistakes, and it’s just that it was filmed.

“He was suspended, but I do not agree with the NRL.”

Walters believes the suspension was not necessary and that his star prop did not do much wrong in the pre-season event.

Walters believes the suspension was not necessary and that his star prop did not do much wrong in the pre-season event.

Haas also said earlier that he did not believe punishment would fit into the crime.

He said in April: “I do not think he deserves to be suspended.

“I don’t think I’ve done much wrong, but obviously we’re in the public eye and I can’t do that kind of thing. I have been able to handle such situations a little better. ‘

Haas lost last week with a shoulder injury, but the Broncos returned to their best form after beating Manley 38-0 for their fourth consecutive win.

The prop ended without 18 runs, 178 meters, two tackle breaks, six passes and 24 tackle misses.

Haas returned to his best as the Broncos steamrolled Manly Sea Eagle on Friday

Haas returned to his best as the Broncos steamrolled Manly Sea Eagle on Friday

“Obviously I got a week off, I had a slight pain in my shoulder and I thought it would be good for the team to be 100 per cent back,” he said after the win.

“It was good to get back four films in a row against a quality team.

“I think we were doing well together in the pre-season and that is starting to show, especially in these last four games,” he said.

“It’s nice to have everyone together as a team, especially against a team like Manly.

‘Obviously there have been some very difficult years … but we haven’t achieved anything yet.

“We must be humble and hungry.”

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