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Ashley Harrison. (Getty)
The Gold Coast Titans' troubles have deepened, with former player Ashley Harrison the latest to be arrested over the NRL club's drug scandal.

Mahatma Gandhi (L) and new Bulldogs skipper Ben Graham. (Getty)
Des Hasler has called upon his Bulldogs players to look to Mahatma Gandhi for inspiration in 2015.

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