Legendary commentator launches attack on Channel Nine over Erin Molan and ...

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Legendary commentator launches scathing attack on Channel Nine over feud between Erin Molan and Andrew Johns' - and says the female presenter is 'suffering badly' Legendary footy commentator Peter Peters has slammed Nine's rugby coverage  He especially said the network had handled the Molan and Johns feud poorly  Peters also claimed new additions Thurston and Thaiday were a disappointment  

By Brett Lackey For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 11:56 GMT, 1 December 2019 | Updated: 12:01 GMT, 1 December 2019

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Legendary rugby league commentator Peter 'Zorba' Peters has launched a scathing attack on Channel 9's football coverage.

Speaking to Sky Sports Radio on Sunday, he was especially critical of the network's inability to repair the feud between Andrew Johns and Erin Molan. 

'The Joey Johns - Erin Molan feud has been handled terribly. Nothing's happened... Erin is suffering badly in the background' Mr Peters said.  

Peter Peters said he was especially critical of the network's inability to repair the feud between Andrew Johns and Erin Molan (pictured)

Peter Peters said he was especially critical of the network's inability to repair the feud between Andrew Johns and Erin Molan (pictured) 

Andrew Johns (pictured) and Erin Molan have reportedly been in a feud for some months with Channel Nine unable to repair their rift

Andrew Johns (pictured) and Erin Molan have reportedly been in a feud for some months with Channel Nine unable to repair their rift 

Peter Peters (pictured) is a former Manly Sea Eagles rugby player and commentator

Peter Peters (pictured) is a former Manly Sea Eagles rugby player and commentator 

The former Manly player said only Molan, 37, had

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