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sport news South Sydney 'do NOT have a home ground for 2023 after NSW BLOCKED their return ... trends now
sport news South Sydney 'do NOT have a home ground for 2023 after NSW BLOCKED their return ... trends now

sport news South Sydney 'do NOT have a home ground for 2023 after NSW BLOCKED their return ... trends now

South Sydney 'do NOT have a home ground for 2023 after NSW BLOCKED their return to Moore Park' as chief insists club have fallen victim to stand-off between NRL and the government South Sydney are without a home ground for the 2023 season, reports claim  The Rabbitohs asked to return to their historic former ground, Moore Park  However, the New South Wales government has opted to block the move Club chief Blake Solly says they are caught in a feud between NRL and NSW 

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South Sydney are desperately attempting to resolve a stadium dispute with the NRL giants at risk of being without a home ground for next season, reports claim.

A widening rift between the NSW government and NRL has reportedly left the Bunnies stranded, after they formally announced a decision to quit Accor Stadium after 16 years at the venue.

Instead, the club were lining up a historic return to the rebuilt Allianz Stadium, situated closer to the club's heartland in east Sydney.

South Sydney are without a home ground for 2023 after NSW blocked their return home

South Sydney are without a home ground for 2023 after NSW blocked their return home

However, the return to Moore Park - after it has undergone an $800million upgrade - has been blocked, according to NewsCorp, because the NSW Government are refusing to sanction the move. 

The decision leaves Souths at risk of a financial black hole with the club preparing to sell tickets, memberships, sponsorship and corporate hospitality for home games in 2023. 

The NSW government and NRL are in the midst of a dispute after politicians refused to invest a further $250m into stadium renovations across the state, having already ploughed millions into a number of venues.

As a result, NRL chiefs are considering moving the Grand Final to Brisbane, despite pledging to keep the showpiece event in NSW until 2042. 

The NSW Government, however, have blocked the move (pictured: Premier Dominic Perrottet)

The NSW Government, however,

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