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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.

In 2014 the Sea Eagles performed well again finishing the regular season in second place, allowing for the side to progress deeper into finals territory irrespective of win or loss in the opening elimination round. In the first round the side failed to fell eventual champions the South Sydney Rabbitohs, losing 40-24 – however, due to their regular season success Manly progressed to the semi finals. The Sea Eagles failed to convert on this second chance opportunity losing to the Bulldogs 18-17 and were consequently knocked out of the competition after a disappointing finals series.

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Manly Sea Eagles Articles

Toovey confident Manly won’t replace him

by , 6 Mar 2015

Geoff Toovey insists his future at Manly isn’t under threat despite the club failing to inform him they’d set a deadline for Daly Cherry-Evans to sign a new contract.

Watmough labels Manly as toxic

by , 5 Mar 2015 Video

Parramatta back-rower Anthony Watmough has lit the touch paper for an explosive clash with Manly on Friday by claiming there was a toxic environment around his former NRL club last season.

Toovey still hopeful Daly Cherry-Evans will stay at Manly

Toovey still hopeful Daly Cherry-Evans will stay at Manly

by , 5 Mar 2015 Video

Manly coach Geoff Toovey remains hopeful Daly Cherry-Evans will stay at the NRL club despite the offer of a new contract being withdrawn by chief executive Joe Kelly on Wednesday night.

Underrated Manly still more than capable of doing the Eagle Rock

Underrated Manly still more than capable of doing the Eagle Rock

by , 4 Mar 2015

My brother-in-law is a keen Manly fan. I have told him constantly he is an ordinary judge when it comes to football, but he did marry my sister, so he’s not a a totally bad judge.

Boardroom bickering spells disaster for Sea Eagles

Boardroom bickering spells disaster for Sea Eagles

by , 3 Mar 2015

As an NRL fan with a keen interest in corporate governance, and in particular the way our clubs are administered, I have always watched with fascination as boardroom bickering eventually affect on-field results.

Losing Foran is a disaster for Manly

Losing Foran is a disaster for Manly

by , 27 Feb 2015

If the reports are true and Kieran Foran is indeed leaving the Sea Eagles to join Parramatta then it truly is a disaster for Manly.

Manly “still in the fight” to re-sign DCE and Foran

by , 27 Feb 2015

New Manly boss Joe Kelly has declared the NRL club will continue to do all it can to secure the signatures of off contract playmakers Daly Cherry-Evans and Kieran Foran.

Manly face unusual uncertainty

by , 24 Feb 2015

On-field stability has been hallmark of Manly’s recent success but the Sea Eagles are heading into the 2015 NRL season surrounded by an air of uncertainty.

Only one of Manly, Storm, Penrith and Brisbane will make the finals

Only one of Manly, Storm, Penrith and Brisbane will make the finals

by , 20 Feb 2015

No one likes to write about failure, but at the end of every season at least half the teams and their supporters won’t be happy.

Dithering NRL needs a player transfer window, now

Dithering NRL needs a player transfer window, now

by , 18 Feb 2015

Let’s just say I am a young Manly Sea Eagles fan getting seriously excited about my team as it fine-tunes preparations for season 2015.


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