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POWERFUL front rower and fan favourite George Rose has re-signed with Manly Warringah Sea Eagles for a further two seasons.
FORMER Manly Coach Des Hasler today expressed his disappointment at the decision of the Board of Directors of the Manly Club to terminate his contract.
STATEMENT by Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Chairman, Scott Penn.
THE Sea Eagles Board met last night to discuss the clubs coaching transition plan for 2012 and their intention to appoint Geoff Toovey as Head Coach in 2013.
DUAL Premiership winning coach Des Hasler has today announced that the 2012 NRL season will be his last with the Manly Sea Eagles Club.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have secured the long term direction of the Club's football program with dual Premiership winning coach Des Hasler signing on as head coach of the Club commencing in 2013.
SURELY this is as bizarre as it gets...
MANLY Sea Eagles and NSW Blues representative William Hopoate will rejoin the NRL in a Blue and Gold jersey in 2014 after signing a two year deal with the Pirtek Parramatta Eels today.
IT'S been less than four days since their historic win but Tooheys NEW today will proudly release more than 4,000 Manly Warringah Sea Eagles 2011 Premiership cartons to honour the club's eighth grand final victory.
AND then there were two. Paul Mitry previews the big one - the 2011 NRL Telstra Premiership GRAND FINAL between the Sea Eagles and Warriors.
MANLY Sea Eagles will be putting on a Live Site at Brookvale Oval for those who didn't secure tickets to 2011 Grand Final.
THE first team into the 2011 NRL Grand Final as been finalised tonight as Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles were been dominate over the Brisbane Broncos. The beach boys closed the curtains on the wonderful career of Darren Lockyer at the Sydney Football Stadium
MANLY-WARRINGAH fans will have access to a free direct door-to-door bus service from the northern beaches to cheer on the Sea Eagles when they play the Brisbane Broncos in the Telstra Premiership Preliminary Final at the Sydney Football Stadium on Friday
SUDDEN death football is a wonderful incentive for most. But tonight the Cowboys have fallen embarrassingly to the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 42-8 after a massive second half effort at the Sydney Football Stadium.
MANLY'S three try 2008 grand final star Michael Robertson will leave the club at the end of the current season to link with English Super League club, the London Harlequins.