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The Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles are an Australian rugby league club based on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. They compete in the NRL (National Rugby League) Premiership, the premier rugby league competition of Australasia. The club was established in 1947.

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Manly fans blow up over Trent Hodkinson rumours - Sporting News

As the rumours linking Trent Hodkinson with a return to Manly grow louder by the day, frustrated Sea Eagles fans have urged the club not to sign the former NSW playmaker for the 2018 campaign.

MORE: The Lurker: Jennings tops Brown's Newcastle hit list | 

The Sea Eagles are in desperate need of a halves partner for Daly Cherry-Evans after they missed out on Newcastle recruit Mitchell Pearce and released Blake Green to join the Warriors on a long-term deal.

Hodkinson, who is battling a chronic knee condition, was already going to struggle to get an NRL game ahead of Knights young guns Brock Lamb, Connor Watson and Jack Cogger next season.

But after Pearce’s arrival at the Knights, the out-of-favour 29-year-old has slipped even further down the pecking order in Newcastle.

Hodkinson, who made his NRL debut for Manly in 2010 before linking with Canterbury for five seasons from 2011, met...


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How Blake Green gamble and Mitchell Pearce call have conspired against Manly's 2018 season - Fox Sports

IF the NRL’s halves carousel has finally stopped spinning, Manly stands alone as the biggest loser after taking a gamble that could cost them finals football in 2018.

Make no mistake, the Sea Eagles were extremely confident of landing Mitchell Pearce, which was a key trigger in the release of veteran half Blake Green.

One Manly insider told foxsports.com.au that the club had managed to scrape together a very competitive financial offer for Pearce — perhaps as much as $900,000-a-season.

Watch every NRL premiership game live in 2018 on Fox Sports. Sign up here to stream for free on a two week trial >


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Read more: How Blake Green gamble and Mitchell Pearce call have conspired against Manly's 2018 season - Fox...

How Blake Green gamble and Mitchell Pearce call have conspired against Manly's 2018 season - Fox Sports

IF the NRL’s halves carousel has finally stopped spinning, Manly stands alone as the biggest loser after taking a gamble that could cost them finals football in 2018.

Make no mistake, the Sea Eagles were extremely confident of landing Mitchell Pearce, which was a key trigger in the release of veteran half Blake Green.

One Manly insider told foxsports.com.au that the club had managed to scrape together a very competitive financial offer for Pearce — perhaps as much as $900,000-a-season.

Watch every NRL premiership game live in 2018 on Fox Sports. Sign up here to stream for free on a two week trial >


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Read more: How Blake Green gamble and Mitchell Pearce call have conspired against Manly's 2018 season - Fox...

Manly fans blow up over Trent Hodkinson rumours - Sporting News

As the rumours linking Trent Hodkinson with a return to Manly grow louder by the day, frustrated Sea Eagles fans have urged the club not to sign the former NSW playmaker for the 2018 campaign.

MORE: The Lurker: Jennings tops Brown's Newcastle hit list | 

The Sea Eagles are in desperate need of a halves partner for Daly Cherry-Evans after they missed out on Newcastle recruit Mitchell Pearce and released Blake Green to join the Warriors on a long-term deal.

Hodkinson, who is battling a chronic knee condition, was already going to struggle to get an NRL game ahead of Knights young guns Brock Lamb, Connor Watson and Jack Cogger next season.

But after Pearce’s arrival at the Knights, the out-of-favour 29-year-old has slipped even further down the pecking order in Newcastle.

Hodkinson, who made his NRL debut for Manly in 2010 before linking with Canterbury for five seasons from 2011, met...


Read full article on NRL GN ManlySeaEagles


Read more: Manly fans blow up over Trent Hodkinson rumours - Sporting News

Manly fans blow up over Trent Hodkinson rumours - Sporting News

As the rumours linking Trent Hodkinson with a return to Manly grow louder by the day, frustrated Sea Eagles fans have urged the club not to sign the former NSW playmaker for the 2018 campaign.

MORE: The Lurker: Jennings tops Brown's Newcastle hit list | 

The Sea Eagles are in desperate need of a halves partner for Daly Cherry-Evans after they missed out on Newcastle recruit Mitchell Pearce and released Blake Green to join the Warriors on a long-term deal.

Hodkinson, who is battling a chronic knee condition, was already going to struggle to get an NRL game ahead of Knights young guns Brock Lamb, Connor Watson and Jack Cogger next season.

But after Pearce’s arrival at the Knights, the out-of-favour 29-year-old has slipped even further down the pecking order in Newcastle.

Hodkinson, who made his NRL debut for Manly in 2010 before linking with Canterbury for five seasons from 2011, met...


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Read more: Manly fans blow up over Trent Hodkinson rumours - Sporting News

Manly Sea Eagles sign coach and CEO, now turn attention to Mitchell Pearce - The Sydney Morning Herald

Manly have found a new chief executive and locked in their coach, but it remains unclear who will partner Daly Cherry-Evans in the halves next year.

The Sea Eagles officially announced on Thursday that Lyall Gorman will become the new chief executive officer, while Trent Barrett has extended his contract for an additional two seasons, until the end of 2020.

Northern beaches boy? Could Mitchell Pearce be on his way to Manly. Northern beaches boy? Could Mitchell Pearce be on his way to Manly. Photo: AAP

However, speculation about the No.6 jersey is set to continue as the Silvertails attempt to find a replacement for Blake Green. The journeyman five-eighth is contracted for next season, but has a lucrative three-year deal on the table from the Warriors. The Sea Eagles will only consider releasing Green if they can find a suitable replacement.

Manly is one of three contenders for the signature of Mitchell Pearce if the NSW halfback wants to leave the...


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Footy friendships from 30 years at Balmain ago could deliver Mitchell Pearce to Manly - Daily Telegraph

FOOTY friendships forged more than 30 years ago at Balmain might be the catalyst for NSW halfback Mitchell Pearce to join Manly.

Pearce and Sea Eagles forward Curtis Sironen are good mates through a friendship with Liam Roach since childhood.

The three youngsters are sons of former Tigers legends Wayne “Junior” Pearce, Paul Sironen and Steve “Blocker” Roach.

And adding to the Balmain connection is Pearce’s girlfriend, Zoe Grant, who is daughter of former Balmain winger James Grant.

Pearce, Sironen, Roach and Grant all played together in Balmain’s 1989 grand final loss to Canberra.

Pearce, Sironen and Roach were together at Leichhardt from 1986.

Paul Sironen said he would love for the off-contract Pearce to line up alongside Curtis at Manly next season.

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Manly CEO Lyall Gorman reveals how Sea Eagles plan to sign Mitchell Pearce - NEWS.com.au

MANLY are still involved in “meaningful discussions” with NRL target Mitchell Pearce, according to the club’s new chief executive Lyall Gorman.

The Sea Eagles, Cronulla and Newcastle shape as the final contenders for Pearce’s signature, after Melbourne Storm reportedly pulled out of the race on Monday due to salary cap constraints.

The Knights have no such issue and would likely offer the most lucrative contract of the remaining trio, with the bonus of playing alongside former Sydney Roosters teammates Aidan Guerra, Connor Watson and Shaun Kenny-Dowall.

Watch every NRL premiership game live in 2018 on Fox Sports. Sign up here to stream for free on a two week trial >

But the Hunter-based club cannot currently match the others when it comes to premiership potential.

Gorman, who made the switch from the Sharks only weeks ago, made clear how eager Manly still are for the NSW playmaker’s...


Read full article on NRL GN ManlySeaEagles


Read more: Manly CEO Lyall Gorman reveals how Sea Eagles plan to sign Mitchell Pearce - NEWS.com.au

Manly CEO Lyall Gorman reveals how Sea Eagles plan to sign Mitchell Pearce - NEWS.com.au

MANLY are still involved in “meaningful discussions” with NRL target Mitchell Pearce, according to the club’s new chief executive Lyall Gorman.

The Sea Eagles, Cronulla and Newcastle shape as the final contenders for Pearce’s signature, after Melbourne Storm reportedly pulled out of the race on Monday due to salary cap constraints.

The Knights have no such issue and would likely offer the most lucrative contract of the remaining trio, with the bonus of playing alongside former Sydney Roosters teammates Aidan Guerra, Connor Watson and Shaun Kenny-Dowall.

Watch every NRL premiership game live in 2018 on Fox Sports. Sign up here to stream for free on a two week trial >

But the Hunter-based club cannot currently match the others when it comes to premiership potential.

Gorman, who made the switch from the Sharks only weeks ago, made clear how eager Manly still are for the NSW playmaker’s...


Read full article on NRL GN ManlySeaEagles


Read more: Manly CEO Lyall Gorman reveals how Sea Eagles plan to sign Mitchell Pearce - NEWS.com.au

Sea Eagles show their collective muscle - Daily Telegraph

  • Sea Eagles look at game in Hong Kong
  • Sea Eagles plan to break into American sporting market

IT may be early days of pre-season, but that didn’t stop Sea Eagles players going full throttle this week.

The Manly Daily was invited to watch Trent Barrett’s men train on “deadlift Thursday” at the newly opened Kingdom Gym in Brookvale.

Prop Darcy Lussick heard about the new age facility via social media and following a few phone calls, the playing group made their way down to check it out first hand.

“I actually used to train down at their old gym (Animal Kingdom) in Cromer, so when they moved I dropped into have a quick look,’’ he said.

“I came back with (strength and conditioning coach) Dan Ferris and he was equally impressed.

“The boys absolutely loved it, and a change of scenery away from Narrabeen never hurts either, it breaks up the routine.

“Hopefully we can work out something...


Read full article on NRL GN ManlySeaEagles


Read more: Sea Eagles show their collective muscle - Daily Telegraph

Sea Eagles show their collective muscle - Daily Telegraph

  • Sea Eagles look at game in Hong Kong
  • Sea Eagles plan to break into American sporting market

IT may be early days of pre-season, but that didn’t stop Sea Eagles players going full throttle this week.

The Manly Daily was invited to watch Trent Barrett’s men train on “deadlift Thursday” at the newly opened Kingdom Gym in Brookvale.

Prop Darcy Lussick heard about the new age facility via social media and following a few phone calls, the playing group made their way down to check it out first hand.

“I actually used to train down at their old gym (Animal Kingdom) in Cromer, so when they moved I dropped into have a quick look,’’ he said.

“I came back with (strength and conditioning coach) Dan Ferris and he was equally impressed.

“The boys absolutely loved it, and a change of scenery away from Narrabeen never hurts either, it breaks up the routine.

“Hopefully we can work out something...


Read full article on NRL GN ManlySeaEagles


Read more: Sea Eagles show their collective muscle - Daily Telegraph

Manly Sea Eagles 2018 NRL roster: Mitchell Pearce contract, Blake ... - Fox Sports

IF the NRL’s halves carousel has finally stopped spinning, Manly stands alone as the biggest loser after taking a gamble that could cost them finals football in 2018.

Make no mistake, the Sea Eagles were extremely confident of landing Mitchell Pearce, which was a key trigger in the release of veteran half Blake Green.

One Manly insider told foxsports.com.au that the club had managed to scrape together a very competitive financial offer for Pearce — perhaps as much as $900,000-a-season.

Watch every NRL premiership game live in 2018 on Fox Sports. Sign up here to stream for free on a two week trial >


Read full article on NRL GN ManlySeaEagles


Read more: Manly Sea Eagles 2018 NRL roster: Mitchell Pearce contract, Blake ... - Fox Sports

Manly Sea Eagles 2018 NRL roster: Mitchell Pearce contract, Blake ... - Fox Sports

IF the NRL’s halves carousel has finally stopped spinning, Manly stands alone as the biggest loser after taking a gamble that could cost them finals football in 2018.

Make no mistake, the Sea Eagles were extremely confident of landing Mitchell Pearce, which was a key trigger in the release of veteran half Blake Green.

One Manly insider told foxsports.com.au that the club had managed to scrape together a very competitive financial offer for Pearce — perhaps as much as $900,000-a-season.

Watch every NRL premiership game live in 2018 on Fox Sports. Sign up here to stream for free on a two week trial >


Read full article on NRL GN ManlySeaEagles


Read more: Manly Sea Eagles 2018 NRL roster: Mitchell Pearce contract, Blake ... - Fox Sports

Manly CEO Lyall Gorman reveals how Sea Eagles plan to sign Mitchell Pearce - NEWS.com.au

MANLY are still involved in “meaningful discussions” with NRL target Mitchell Pearce, according to the club’s new chief executive Lyall Gorman.

The Sea Eagles, Cronulla and Newcastle shape as the final contenders for Pearce’s signature, after Melbourne Storm reportedly pulled out of the race on Monday due to salary cap constraints.

The Knights have no such issue and would likely offer the most lucrative contract of the remaining trio, with the bonus of playing alongside former Sydney Roosters teammates Aidan Guerra, Connor Watson and Shaun Kenny-Dowall.

Watch every NRL premiership game live in 2018 on Fox Sports. Sign up here to stream for free on a two week trial >

But the Hunter-based club cannot currently match the others when it comes to premiership potential.

Gorman, who made the switch from the Sharks only weeks ago, made clear how eager Manly still are for the NSW playmaker’s...


Read full article on NRL GN ManlySeaEagles


Read more: Manly CEO Lyall Gorman reveals how Sea Eagles plan to sign Mitchell Pearce - NEWS.com.au

Manly CEO Lyall Gorman reveals how Sea Eagles plan to sign Mitchell Pearce - NEWS.com.au

MANLY are still involved in “meaningful discussions” with NRL target Mitchell Pearce, according to the club’s new chief executive Lyall Gorman.

The Sea Eagles, Cronulla and Newcastle shape as the final contenders for Pearce’s signature, after Melbourne Storm reportedly pulled out of the race on Monday due to salary cap constraints.

The Knights have no such issue and would likely offer the most lucrative contract of the remaining trio, with the bonus of playing alongside former Sydney Roosters teammates Aidan Guerra, Connor Watson and Shaun Kenny-Dowall.

Watch every NRL premiership game live in 2018 on Fox Sports. Sign up here to stream for free on a two week trial >

But the Hunter-based club cannot currently match the others when it comes to premiership potential.

Gorman, who made the switch from the Sharks only weeks ago, made clear how eager Manly still are for the NSW playmaker’s...


Read full article on NRL GN ManlySeaEagles


Read more: Manly CEO Lyall Gorman reveals how Sea Eagles plan to sign Mitchell Pearce - NEWS.com.au

Footy friendships from 30 years at Balmain ago could deliver Mitchell Pearce to Manly - Daily Telegraph

FOOTY friendships forged more than 30 years ago at Balmain might be the catalyst for NSW halfback Mitchell Pearce to join Manly.

Pearce and Sea Eagles forward Curtis Sironen are good mates through a friendship with Liam Roach since childhood.

The three youngsters are sons of former Tigers legends Wayne “Junior” Pearce, Paul Sironen and Steve “Blocker” Roach.

And adding to the Balmain connection is Pearce’s girlfriend, Zoe Grant, who is daughter of former Balmain winger James Grant.

Pearce, Sironen, Roach and Grant all played together in Balmain’s 1989 grand final loss to Canberra.

Pearce, Sironen and Roach were together at Leichhardt from 1986.

Paul Sironen said he would love for the off-contract Pearce to line up alongside Curtis at Manly next season.

CALENDER CRISIS: Clubs caught out by transfer frenzy

CORRECT: Fifita pledges his future with Tonga

Zoe Grant & Mitchell Pearce at...

Read full article on NRL GN ManlySeaEagles


Read more: Footy friendships from 30 years at Balmain ago could deliver Mitchell Pearce to Manly - Daily...

Sea Eagles show their collective muscle - Daily Telegraph

  • Sea Eagles look at game in Hong Kong
  • Sea Eagles plan to break into American sporting market

IT may be early days of pre-season, but that didn’t stop Sea Eagles players going full throttle this week.

The Manly Daily was invited to watch Trent Barrett’s men train on “deadlift Thursday” at the newly opened Kingdom Gym in Brookvale.

Prop Darcy Lussick heard about the new age facility via social media and following a few phone calls, the playing group made their way down to check it out first hand.

“I actually used to train down at their old gym (Animal Kingdom) in Cromer, so when they moved I dropped into have a quick look,’’ he said.

“I came back with (strength and conditioning coach) Dan Ferris and he was equally impressed.

“The boys absolutely loved it, and a change of scenery away from Narrabeen never hurts either, it breaks up the routine.

“Hopefully we can work out something...


Read full article on NRL GN ManlySeaEagles


Read more: Sea Eagles show their collective muscle - Daily Telegraph

Sea Eagles show their collective muscle - Daily Telegraph

  • Sea Eagles look at game in Hong Kong
  • Sea Eagles plan to break into American sporting market

IT may be early days of pre-season, but that didn’t stop Sea Eagles players going full throttle this week.

The Manly Daily was invited to watch Trent Barrett’s men train on “deadlift Thursday” at the newly opened Kingdom Gym in Brookvale.

Prop Darcy Lussick heard about the new age facility via social media and following a few phone calls, the playing group made their way down to check it out first hand.

“I actually used to train down at their old gym (Animal Kingdom) in Cromer, so when they moved I dropped into have a quick look,’’ he said.

“I came back with (strength and conditioning coach) Dan Ferris and he was equally impressed.

“The boys absolutely loved it, and a change of scenery away from Narrabeen never hurts either, it breaks up the routine.

“Hopefully we can work out something...


Read full article on NRL GN ManlySeaEagles


Read more: Sea Eagles show their collective muscle - Daily Telegraph

Manly CEO Lyall Gorman reveals how Sea Eagles plan to sign Mitchell Pearce - NEWS.com.au

MANLY are still involved in “meaningful discussions” with NRL target Mitchell Pearce, according to the club’s new chief executive Lyall Gorman.

The Sea Eagles, Cronulla and Newcastle shape as the final contenders for Pearce’s signature, after Melbourne Storm reportedly pulled out of the race on Monday due to salary cap constraints.

The Knights have no such issue and would likely offer the most lucrative contract of the remaining trio, with the bonus of playing alongside former Sydney Roosters teammates Aidan Guerra, Connor Watson and Shaun Kenny-Dowall.

Watch every NRL premiership game live in 2018 on Fox Sports. Sign up here to stream for free on a two week trial >

But the Hunter-based club cannot currently match the others when it comes to premiership potential.

Gorman, who made the switch from the Sharks only weeks ago, made clear how eager Manly still are for the NSW playmaker’s...


Read full article on NRL GN ManlySeaEagles


Read more: Manly CEO Lyall Gorman reveals how Sea Eagles plan to sign Mitchell Pearce - NEWS.com.au

Manly Sea Eagles 2018 NRL roster: Mitchell Pearce contract, Blake ... - Fox Sports

IF the NRL’s halves carousel has finally stopped spinning, Manly stands alone as the biggest loser after taking a gamble that could cost them finals football in 2018.

Make no mistake, the Sea Eagles were extremely confident of landing Mitchell Pearce, which was a key trigger in the release of veteran half Blake Green.

One Manly insider told foxsports.com.au that the club had managed to scrape together a very competitive financial offer for Pearce — perhaps as much as $900,000-a-season.

Watch every NRL premiership game live in 2018 on Fox Sports. Sign up here to stream for free on a two week trial >


Read full article on NRL GN ManlySeaEagles


Read more: Manly Sea Eagles 2018 NRL roster: Mitchell Pearce contract, Blake ... - Fox Sports



 

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