Sharks CEO Steve Noyce pleas for fan support

AFTER a turbulent few weeks, Sharks CEO Steve Noyce has pleaded with the club's fans to keep the faith.

Cronulla has come under the microscope following the sacking of Todd Carney and the resignation of caretaker coach Peter Sharp. The Sharks also missed out on securing experienced mentor Tim Sheens for the rest of this 2014 season.

But Noyce said he was optimistic about the last-placed club's fortunes.

"Everyone at the club is supporting the situation and coaching structure whilst management and board consider the best options moving forward," he said.

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