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Manly Sea Eagles

Manly Sea EaglesThe Manly Sea Eagles were founded in 1947 and have played at Brookvale Oval since their inception. The Sea Eagles were at the peak of their powers during the 1970’s where they won four Premierships out of the seven they have achieved so far in their history. Manly’s 40-0 Grand Final triumph over the Storm in 2008 is now the biggest victory margin achieved by any Australian Rugby League team in a Premiership decider.

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Manly will win the NRL premiership this season

Manly will win the NRL premiership this season

by , 28 Jul 2014 Video

Every year Wayne Bennett has left a club, Manly have gone on to win the NRL premiership: 1987 (Bennett leaves the Raiders), 2008 (Broncos) and 2011 (Dragons). It’s a statistical fact: Bennett leaves a club, Manly win the premiership. At first I didn’t believe it. I checked Wikipedia to see if the dates were wrong. […]

Manly put Warriors into must-win situation

Manly put Warriors into must-win situation

by , 28 Jul 2014

“We don’t like Manly either Watmough” read a Warriors fan’s sign at Mt Smart. Unfortunately for the fan, love ‘em or hate ‘em the Manly juggernaut keeps on rolling. The Warriors on the other hand have now lost two games in a row, and are in a dogfight to make the top eight. It was […]

Why your team will – or won’t – win the 2014 NRL grand final

by , 28 Jul 2014

With the finals just a few weeks away, who of the NRL’s 2014 premiership contenders will be lifting the trophy on grand final day? Manly Sea Eagles A team who boast a number of representative players all over the park, Manly are leading the competition and rightly are among the favourites to win the title. […]

[VIDEO] New Zealand Warriors vs Manly Sea Eagles: NRL highlights, scores, blog

[VIDEO] New Zealand Warriors vs Manly Sea Eagles: NRL highlights, scores, blog

by , 27 Jul 2014 Popular article! Video

MATCH RESULT: Warriors tried hard minus their stars Shaun Johnson and Feleti Mateo but Manly were too strong, too classy and too clinical when it mattered. They are such a tough team and its going to take a special effort from anyone to stop the Sea Eagles from finishing as premiers. They are not invincible […]

“Angry” Manly say they’re sticking tight

“Angry” Manly say they’re sticking tight

by , 26 Jul 2014

Skipper Jamie Lyon admits some of his Manly teammates “are a little bit angry” with club management but remain galvanised for a tilt at the NRL title. The Sea Eagles have been forced to endure increasing speculation about dressing-room disharmony since centre Steve Matai revealed he’d asked for a release to take up a lucrative […]

Cherry-Evans non-committal on Manly future

by , 25 Jul 2014

Superstar halfback Daly Cherry-Evans has declined to dampen speculation he could exit Brookvale when his contract with Manly concludes at the end of the 2015 NRL season. One of the game’s leading players, Cherry-Evans has already been linked to a four-year $4 million deal with Parramatta starting from 2016 and a move to Brisbane. Moves […]

Manly should release Matai, says Foran

by , 24 Jul 2014

Manly five-eighth Kieran Foran has conceded player contractual issues are afflicting the NRL competition leaders and has called for Sea Eagles management to allow centre Steve Matai to make a big money move to the Warriors. Matai has requested a release from the final year of his current contract with Manly to take up a […]

Sea Eagles board reply to unrest rumours

by , 24 Jul 2014

Manly have vowed not to be swayed by player power, publicly stating they won’t grant any requests for early releases from the NRL club. Presumably wishing to respond to the ongoing reports of unrest at the club’s Narrabeen headquarters, the Manly board on Wednesday night moved to assure Sea Eagles fans that they “fully supported” […]

That awkward moment when it’s difficult to hate Manly

That awkward moment when it’s difficult to hate Manly

by , 23 Jul 2014

Of all the ritual humiliations I’ve suffered as a Canberra Raiders fan in recent years, none are seared so deep into my retinas as the events that transpired at Brookvale Oval in Round 8, 2014. Considering I flew across the Tasman to watch Shaun Johnson and Manu Vatuvei rack up hat tricks in the Warriors’ […]

Toovey upset at talk of player unrest

by , 23 Jul 2014

Manly coach Geoff Toovey has hit out at reports of a disunited club, amid speculation three of the Sea Eagles’ biggest stars want out of Brookvale. Steve Matai has publicly admitted he wants out of the NRL premiership leaders, with Anthony Watmough and Brett Stewart also reportedly keen to leave. The trio are all understood […]


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