<p>DEMANDS for a transfer fee of up to $200,000 from Bradford are understood to be holding up former Manly captain Matt Orford's move to Canberra next season.</p> <a href="http://silvertails.net/news/5284-bulls-hold-up-oxs-return-with-demand-for-200000.html">Read the full article</a> [hr]PostÂ automatically merged: [time]1291748101[/time][hr] From the Daily Telegraph: "THE TAB was left red-faced yesterday after framing an NRL market based on Matt Orford's two-year deal with Canberra. But there was a slight problem. Orford hasn't actually signed. A 10.54am email yesterday said: "TAB Sportsbet has left Canberra as a $21 chance to win the 2011 NRL Premiership on the back of news that Matt Orford has signed a two-year deal this morning." But after checking with Canberra management, the TAB realised their error. A 12.11pm email read: "TAB Sportsbet has spoken to Canberra CEO Don Furner and he denies that Matt Orford has signed with the Raiders. He in fact has not gained a release from his present club Bradford. We apologise for any inconvenience caused to Canberra from our earlier email. "Information received from a number of reliable sources has proven to be incorrect at this stage." ----------- One thing is for sure after the Burgess transfer to Souths - any team that can afford a transfer fee won't have it counted towards their salary cap.