Greek rugby league struggle puts World Cup place under threat

Greece are on the verge of qualifying for their first-ever World Cup, but the Greek authorities could ruin their chances.

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    The rugby league season gets under way in its European heartlands of England and France on Thursday.

    Elsewhere, the sport is facing a crisis.

    Greece is on the verge of qualifying for their first-ever World Cup, but foul play off the field could ruin their chances.

    Al Jazeera's John Psaropoulos reports from Athens.


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