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CHRIS Anderson last night handed in his resignation to chief executive Brian Canavan, ending a short association with the Bondi club that brought pain and heartbreak due to woeful results.
CHRIS Anderson tonight advised the Sydney Roosters that he will no longer coach the club, effective immediately. Brad Fittler will take on the coaching role for the rest of 2007.
THE SCG Trust is pleased to advise that the Sydney Football Stadium will revert to its original name from Sunday, July 8.
THE Manly Sea Eagles have annihilated the Sydney Roosters by a record 56-0 at Brookvale Oval tonight
SYDNEY Roosters coach Chris Anderson has been forced to make changes to the side that lost to the Bulldogs last night by 38-6. The Roosters next game is against Manly at Brookvale Oval this Saturday night.
MELBOURNE Storm coach Craig Bellamy has named a 17-man squad for this Saturday's Round 17 clash against the South Sydney Rabbitohs. The game will be played at Bluetongue Stadium in Gosford from 5:30pm.
AFTER destroying the Knights undefeated status in round six of the VB Premier League, the Bears will again face the Knights
THE Parramatta Eels have continued their winning run with a comprehensive 36-16 victory over the Sydney Roosters
ONLY 3 points separated the 2 foundation clubs last Sunday afternoon, with Wests running out winners 35-32
ROOSTERS coach Chris Anderson has named his side for the upcoming clash with the Parramatta Eels at Aussie Stadium this Saturday night, kick off at 7:30pm.
INSPIRATIONAL Parramatta Eels captain Nathan Cayless has been diagnosed with a broken hand following Sunday's 20 points to 12 win over St George Illawarra at Parramatta Stadium.
MITCHELL Pearce has stolen a win for the Roosters tonight, racing 90 metres to score the match-winner in the dying seconds to beat the Panthers 24-20 at CUA Stadium.
MANLY have defeated South Sydney 14-2 at Brookvale Oval this evening in a match played in terrible conditions with only a small crowd on hand to witness the Manly victory.
MATTY takes a look at the Roosters, currently sitting in last position on the ladder, so far in 2007.