Todays tele has yet another report about another rosster in a booze related incident (see story below) and it seems Gallop is all quiet on Carney & this, how many chances are the chooks going to get before they are fined like Manly were . Sydney Rooster Anthony Watts in booze blunder EXCLUSIVE by Phil Rothfield From: The Daily TelegraphMarch 01, 2011 THE Sydney Roosters are in crisis with the revelation another senior player has been involved in a serious alcohol-related incident.Â New signing from the Cowboys, Anthony Watts, was forcibly removed from a Bondi Beach hotel recently in an incident that required security staff to call police. No charges were laid but the hotel management phoned Sydney Roosters chief executive Steve Noyce the next day to lodge an official complaint with the club. The Daily Telegraph can reveal the club considered sacking Watts this week but decided against it because it would give the impression he was a scapegoat for Todd Carney's latest drama. Noyce last night denied the Roosters had attempted to cover up the Watts incident. Roosters: You blew it but we still love you Drink drive: I wanted to quit NRL for good - Carney Roosters: I need help for alcohol - Carney Injury: Watts aiming for pre-Origin NRL return "It's about how you manage these things so people can learn from it," Noyce said. "There is no benefit in telling the world when a player i s in a bit of trouble. "I treat any incident with any of my players seriously and this one is no different. "We are disappointed that it happened." Watts, who is supposed to be in rehabilitation as he recovers from knee surgery, is expected to be given an official warning over his behaviour. Senior officials have been disappointed with his attitude since arriving at the club and gave serious consideration to terminating his deal. The Roosters appeared to have shaken a reputation for off-field drama by rehabilitating the likes of Jake Friend, Nate Myles and Anthony Cherrington last year. The latest incidents involving Carney and Watts has put the NRL under huge pressure to take action against the club. Watts could not be contacted yesterday and his agent Sam Ayoub would not return emails.