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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Former Gold Coast Titans player turned assistant coach Micheal Gordon has been arrested and charged with multiple drug offences

    Former Gold Coast Titans player turned assistant coach Micheal Gordon has been arrested and charged with multiple drug offences


    Gordon has been charged with two counts of supplying and two counts of possessing prohibited drugs.

    Soon after his arrest, the Titans released a statement confirming Gordon will no longer be working at the club.

    He played 261 NRL matches before retiring at the end of last year.

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