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23 October, 2014 at 3:50 am in Business
Cronulla skipper Paul Gallen has taken exception at Sharks boss Steve Noyce's exit from the NRL club in an extraordinary expletive-laden outburst on social media.
Noyce was made redundant by the Sharks in a new management structure announced late on Wednesday, in a move that upset Gallen, who is serving a back-dated 12-month drugs ban.
Holidaying in Hawaii with Sydney Roosters halfback Mitchell Pearce, Gallen vented his frustration at the NRL over Noyce's exit on a Twitter post on Thursday morning.
"Steve Noice (sic) actually cared about players from cronulla's feelings. Couldn't say that about any other **** from Nrl." Gallen wrote, before later deleting the post.
Later Gallen took to Instagram to post a photo of him and Pearce with the caption: "4 drinks for $5 RSA. OMG no wonder I'm hung. Good times. Time to fly home."
Noyce joined the Sharks as football manager in April last year, before taking over the chief executive's role soon after.
He steered the wooden spooners through much of the turmoil surrounded ASADA's protracted investigation into the club's 2011 supplements program.
Gallen is no stranger to dramas on social media.
Last year he had a spat with veteran NRL coach Brian Smith Basketball Shoes for Sale in Kevin Durant V Low Sale an acrimonious exchange on Twitter, after the former Sydney Roosters mentor accused him of running away from Dylan Napa after a brutal hit from the Tricolours prop.
A number of the messages that appeared on Gallen's account during the exchange were later credited to his father Garry.