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Sharks Coach Shane Flanagan fronted the media today and as is usually the case with his weekly mid week media call,  fielded questions on a whole range of issues. 

Flanagan revealed the Sharks would be changing up the roles of international back line stars Josh Dugan and Valentine Holmes for the local derby clash with the Dragons, with the pair set to share the fullback role in tomorrow night's game. 

The coach also addressed the match-up with Dugan against his old club, expressing the belief that with the experienced he has gained in playing big games for Australia and NSW, he is confident the former Dragon will handle the situation. 

Flanagan was also quizzed on the media storm surrounding Cowboy claims of foul play in last week's match, refuting suggestions his players would ever deliberately attempt to injure an opponent. 

The NSW Government's Stadium policy was also introduced as a topic of conversation during a press conference which covered all bases. 

See what Flanagan had to say, with his weekly pre-game media conference, now playing on Sharks TV. 

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