Canberra Raider Todd Carney is reportedly to decide his immediate playing future today. Carney is scheduled to meet with his manager David Riolo to discuss offers from Manly and Penrith, as well as a counter-offer from the Raiders. The Raiders are keen for the five-eighth to remain in the ACT, not just because of his playing abilities but the effort they have gone to to help him deal with his personal issues. Canberra chairman John McIntyre told the Daily Telegraph this week he expected some loyalty from the player because the club had spent "a lot of time and energy" on him. "We hope that pays a dividend by him staying at Canberra," he told the newspaper. Carney was last year given a community service order and banned from driving until 2010 for trying to outrun police when he drove a teammate home despite having a suspended licence. The teammate, Steve Irwin, who was not charged by police, was fired.