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The Manly Warringah Sea Eagles today contacted the NRL & Bulldogs club offering their assitance in identifying any person who has acted inappropriately towards players or officials.
"The NRL is reviewing video and ground manager reports from last's match and we totally support them in identifying and potentially banning any patrons where appropriate," General Manager David Perry said.
"Our supporters don't want to be associated with poor behaviour and, as a matter of process, we will also review our own security producers"
There will be no further public comment.