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Elliott avoids ‘love triangle’ apology, but teammates know the score – Sydney Morning Herald

The Bulldogs back-rower fronted the cameras for the first time since the alleged “love triangle” involving teammate Michael Lichaa – and stayed tight lipped.



Its a private matter and out of all due respect to everyone involved I want to keep it that way, Elliott said. Im really lucky that Ive got a really supportive club, really supportive teammates and a good supportive system around me that I was able to focus on the job Im here to do for this club.
Im a Bulldogs man through and through – and I love this place – and if I can keep that at the forefront of my mind thats going to remain my focus moving forward.
Adam Elliott and Michael Lichaa. Credit:Getty,…

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