For all the public apologies, Instagram posts and phone calls to members, the St George Illawarra Dragons know there's only one way to make amends for their actions over the past week.
Through their actions on the football field.
That's the focus of the 12 players who attended Paul Vaughan's illegal barbecue last weekend.
"Moving forward, we've just got to win games, that's the most important thing for our club," Blake Lawrie said.
"We've got to make it up to our teammates, make it up to our club and we've got a big task in that so hopefully on Friday night we get out there and get a win and prove that we're not disjointed."
While the 'dirty dozen' is determined to make amends on the field, there are suspensions to be served.
The one-game bans will be spread over the next four weeks.
Ten of the 12 players returned to training on Monday, the group receiving a dressing down from coach Anthony Griffin.
McGuire recognises the spray was deserved, the players now working to win back the trust of their coach and teammates.
"We had a big chat yesterday and we got read the riot act," McGuire said.
"It was very much due and everyone was a bit remorseful, gun shy and a bit nervous around the group, but we trained really well yesterday.
"Everything was put to bed and we just want to move forward as a football club and as a team.
"The 12 of us fellas are very upset that we've let everyone down, the club, the fans, the NRL.
"At the time we didn't realise the magnitude of what the situation was going to be.
"Now knowing how serious it is, everything's warranted and we deserve what we get."
Zac Lomax and Daniel Alvaro remain outside the bubble, the pair declining to sign documents outlining the events of the gathering.
The document was originally a statutory declaration, however they were soon downgraded to written statements and the language involved was watered down.
Despite the change, Lomax and Alvaro continued to hold out, leading to speculation the 12 players have something to hide.
McGuire, however, said the pair had concerns over legal liability should any players later test positive.
"Everyone's got their own legal advice and they're entitled to their own opinion.
"My understanding is they were under the impression if someone contracted COVID or if something happened over the next week, whether it was our fault or somebody's fault, they wouldn't be found liable (by not signing the document).
"That's my understanding of it, they weren't willing to take that risk.
"Everyone's entitled to their opinion, I hope we can more forward as a club and I hope we can get those guys back as soon as possible.
"They're entitled to their own legal advice and they're entitled to take it, I don't think it's anything more than that."
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