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Dragons chairman Craig Young has sent out a warning shot to his players following reports of unrest at the club.

According to The Daily Telegraph, a single player or team at the club is releasing information – specifically, one member of the team is being accused.

Reports surfaced earlier in the week surrounding Anthony Griffin’s future and his “interest” in key players in the Dragons squad.

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“Players who don’t want to stick together aren’t part of the team,” Young said. News Corporation

“The expectation at this club is that when things are difficult and we find a way, we push through to the other side.

“You don’t go huffing and puffing, you roll up your sleeves and work hard and get through it. You don’t go and be angry with anyone. We all need to stick together.

Channel 7 reporter Michelle Pope told SN on Friday that the Dragons have been “watching” the player for months and are unhappy with his behaviour.

“That guy just keeps getting upset,” Bishop said.

“There’s a lot of talk about who the player is and it wouldn’t be fair or legal to single out a player but you’re looking at it, they’re not happy.

“They have a name I hear… [the Dragons] It’s been months.

SN Breakfast host Andrew Voss replied: “Not good, complete break.”

“If they know this is happening and it’s damaging the club, they’ll show the reporter the door. There’s no place, it’s out, it’s gone.”

Meanwhile, former frontline enforcer Michael Wyman was furious when players vented their frustrations to the media.

“He pissed me off. You don’t talk behind each other’s backs – it’s cheating. If you have a problem, go and talk to someone else – you don’t spill.” said Orman.

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“The club is very tight, so if you don’t like that, don’t be part of it. Do not try to put a cone in there. You don’t do that.

Anthony Griffin’s future was not discussed at the club’s board meeting this week, but the 55-year-old admits speculation will be raised after two poor performances.

The Dragons have scored 86 points in the last two rounds but Griffin still believes he is the man to lead the popular Red V forward.

“That’s just part of the job. That thing happens. Most things play out outside the four walls. I want to leave it that way,” Griffin said.

“Such a situation is something to talk about. My role is to prepare the team for (Friday) night, that’s the main thing. All other things are for the papers and fans.

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