Penrith Panthers coach Ivan Cleary faces a heavy fine for claiming the Canberra Raiders were "managed" back into their NRL clash, with ARL Commission chairman Peter V'landys labelling his comments "deplorable". The NRL's weekly football meeting will review Cleary's comments that came in the aftermath of the Panthers' 28-12 victory over the Raiders at Penrith on Saturday night. Canberra coach Ricky Stuart hoped there would be consistency with punishments handed out in the past when it comes to criticising referees. Stuart has received a record $125,000 in fines throughout his coaching career, which has spanned 18 years, but the last of those was five years ago with him having mellowed in his approach in recent years. Asked if he'd heard Cleary's comments, Stuart had a succinct answer for what awaits Cleary.