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Captain Daly Cherry-Evans speaks ahead of this Sunday's clash against the Dragons and addresses NRL Integrity Unit investigations.

"As far as I know, we’re doing all the right things and we’re complying with the NRL. We will continue to do our job as players and try to win football games," Cherry-Evans said.

Yesterday, Manly's Director of Football Bob Fulton issued a statement welcoming the NRL's investigation.

"The constant trial by innuendo is damaging the club and many good reputations," Fulton said.

"I applaud the club for calling the NRL in to settle the allegations as quickly as possible rather than let it drag on as was the case with the so-called match fixing allegations.

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