Betting is ‘a terrible idea’: John McTernan

Dukes basketball betting?

Yes, it is.

It’s just not a good idea.

John McLean, the former NRL player and current sportsbook operator, is the latest in a long line of former NRL players to come out in support of the sport’s betting industry.

“I was in the NRL in the early 2000s and it was a horrible time for sports betting,” McLean said.

“There was a lot of money going around, and it wasn’t fair.

It wasn’t the way it should be.”

The gambling industry is one of the biggest sources of revenue for the NRL, but the sport is also a highly regulated industry, with its own governing body, the NRL Players’ Association, and a number of clubs that are also overseen by the NRL. “

It’s a very dangerous business.”

The gambling industry is one of the biggest sources of revenue for the NRL, but the sport is also a highly regulated industry, with its own governing body, the NRL Players’ Association, and a number of clubs that are also overseen by the NRL.

The NSW Rugby League was formed in 2005 and has been run by the National Rugby League Players’ Organisation since 2008.

In February 2019, the RLPA, which was also in its second season, voted to ban betting in the game, citing a rise in gambling as a risk to players and spectators.

There are still a number other NRL clubs that have also come out against betting.

The sport’s biggest betting lobby group, the Australian Sportsbet Association, is calling for a change in the law to remove the gambling element.

“Betting is a terrible idea,” said Sinead O’Donoghue, the group’s chief executive.

“What it does is it reduces the incentive for people not to bet.

“And we’ve seen that over the last two decades.” “

In his time as a player, McLean is well known for his support for the game of rugby league. “

And we’ve seen that over the last two decades.”

In his time as a player, McLean is well known for his support for the game of rugby league.

He said he was always supportive of players who were “going into it for the right reasons”.

“I think that’s why I’ve always been supportive of rugby union and AFL players,” he said.

McLean’s thoughts about the future of sports betting come after the NRL announced it was looking to introduce new regulations to ban the betting of sport.

“Sport has to be a part of life for every Australian.

It has to go beyond sport to all the other things in life,” the NRL said in a statement.

“To be a supporter of sport and its role in our communities, it’s crucial we support the best possible regulation for the sport.

The NRL will be looking at the regulations proposed by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) and working closely with the NRLPA and the clubs to see what changes are necessary to help ensure our game continues to flourish and to keep our game relevant and growing.”

The announcement comes after the Australian Football League released a survey of 1,500 fans, showing a growing appetite for betting in sport.

A similar survey by the Paddy Power betting industry firm found just 18 per cent of football fans were willing to bet money in the sport, with a majority of those preferring to be on the sidelines and do other things like shopping.

The ABC’s Chris Furlong reported from Melbourne.