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The Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles are an Australian rugby league club based on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. They compete in the NRL (National Rugby League) Premiership, the premier rugby league competition of Australasia. The club was established in 1947.

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Trent Barrett re-signs as coach of Manly Sea Eagles - Daily Telegraph

TRENT Barrett turns 40 next Saturday and the NRL’s youngest head coach has ­reason to celebrate.

The Daily Telegraph can reveal that, after months of negotiations, Barrett has finally agreed to a new deal that will see him stay at Manly until the end of 2020.

The Sea Eagles are expected to make it official early next week.

Since taking over from Geoff Toovey, Barrett has done a fine job in difficult ­circumstances, overseeing the Manly rebuild along with Bob Fulton.

It ultimately saw the club turn over 42 players during Barrett’s first two years in charge.

But throughout the upheaval, Barrett won plenty of respect from the playing group and that was highlighted with this year’s unexpected top-eight finish.

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Trent Barrett has re-signed as coach of the Manly Sea Eagles. Picture: Phil Hillyard

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Manly Sea Eagles see red over Blake Green - The Sydney Morning Herald

Manly have a significant issue brewing in their ranks with five-eighth Blake Green, who is due back at training tomorrow. And it all stems from the way his agent Isaac Moses has been dealing with the club.

To say Sea Eagles coach Trent Barrett and the Manly management are unhappy with  Moses' antics  is an understatement. It's similar to the situation with Mitchell Moses when he was at the Tigers and the manager wanted to shift him to Parramatta.

Unworkable situation brewing: Blake Green. Unworkable situation brewing: Blake Green. Photo: AAP

It became an unworkable situation at the Tigers and this is reaching a similar level.

The unfortunate thing is that Green is the one whose reputation is suffering. Green is saying things to Manly that are positioning him as a player who wants out of the club.

Moses was the one pushing for the Eagles to sign Matt Moylan a few weeks back. He rang Manly to ensure they were chasing Moylan,...


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Manly Sea Eagles sign coach and CEO, now turn attention to Mitchell Pearce - The Sydney Morning Herald

Manly have found a new chief executive and locked in their coach, but it remains unclear who will partner Daly Cherry-Evans in the halves next year.

The Sea Eagles officially announced on Thursday that Lyall Gorman will become the new chief executive officer, while Trent Barrett has extended his contract for an additional two seasons, until the end of 2020.

Northern beaches boy? Could Mitchell Pearce be on his way to Manly. Northern beaches boy? Could Mitchell Pearce be on his way to Manly. Photo: AAP

However, speculation about the No.6 jersey is set to continue as the Silvertails attempt to find a replacement for Blake Green. The journeyman five-eighth is contracted for next season, but has a lucrative three-year deal on the table from the Warriors. The Sea Eagles will only consider releasing Green if they can find a suitable replacement.

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Manly Sea Eagles salary cap drama draws to close - Daily Telegraph

MANLY plan to wrap up their end of the NRL’s drawn-out salary cap drama next week.

The Sea Eagles continue to be investigated, although the governing body has not publicly claimed to have found irregularities.

Manly feel the investigation has damaged the club’s image.

“It’s been a distraction, an unwanted distraction,” Manly co-owner and chairman Scott Penn said.

“The salary cap is an issue we are working through.

“We have been fully compliant. We have given them computers, we have given them mobile phones.

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Scott Penn, chairman of the Manly Sea Eagles, says the salary cap drama is almost over. Picture: Mark Evans

“We are in the final interview stage at the moment and hoping to conclude that in the next week. It’s then up to the NRL as to how long it takes them to wrap it up.

“The club doesn’t believe we’ve got an issue but we’ve always said if...


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Sea Eagles: Chairman Scott Penn's praise for Bob Fulton - Daily Telegraph

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SEA Eagles chairman Scott Penn has paid a glowing tribute to the outgoing head of football Bob Fulton as the club embarks on a new era under CEO Lyall Gorman.

“He came in at a very dark time for the club when we really needed him,” Penn said of the club legend and rugby league Immortal. .

“He came here to turn things around quickly and he did that.

“And we can’t thank him enough for the job he has done.

Sea Eagles coach Trent Barrett, chairman Scott Penn and new CEO Lyall Gorman at their Narrabeen headquarters on Thursday, Picture: Adam Yip.

“He didn’t need to do it, he did it because he loves the club and we are indebted to him for that.

Penn said the club now has the nucleus of the squad set for the medium term and recruitment and retention plans are much different to what they have been over...


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Sea Eagles: Chairman Scott Penn's praise for Bob Fulton - Daily Telegraph

  • Where the Rats and Marlins are playing in 2018
  • Barrett and Gorman on board at Sea Eagles

SEA Eagles chairman Scott Penn has paid a glowing tribute to the outgoing head of football Bob Fulton as the club embarks on a new era under CEO Lyall Gorman.

“He came in at a very dark time for the club when we really needed him,” Penn said of the club legend and rugby league Immortal. .

“He came here to turn things around quickly and he did that.

“And we can’t thank him enough for the job he has done.

Sea Eagles coach Trent Barrett, chairman Scott Penn and new CEO Lyall Gorman at their Narrabeen headquarters on Thursday, Picture: Adam Yip.

“He didn’t need to do it, he did it because he loves the club and we are indebted to him for that.

Penn said the club now has the nucleus of the squad set for the medium term and recruitment and retention plans are much different to what they have been over...


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Manly clear decks for Mitchell Pearce by granting Blake Green immediate release - NEWS.com.au

MANLY Sea Eagles have granted an immediate release to five-eighth Blake Green.

Green, who was one of Manly’s stars in 2017, forming a formidable partnership with Daly Cherry-Evans in the halves, had a year left remaining on his contracts.

It was the 31-year-old’s first year at the Sea Eagles after joining from the Storm. He has been linked with the New Zealand Warriors.

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“The Club has been advised that Blake has received an opportunity to continue his NRL career elsewhere over the next few years and in the interest of Blake and his family’s long-term future, has agreed to release him now,’’ Manly CEO Lyall Gorman said.

“We are comfortable with this decision as Blake is off contract at the end of the 2018 season and we are unsure of the likelihood of his contract...


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Manly clear decks for Mitchell Pearce by granting Blake Green immediate release - NEWS.com.au

MANLY Sea Eagles have granted an immediate release to five-eighth Blake Green.

Green, who was one of Manly’s stars in 2017, forming a formidable partnership with Daly Cherry-Evans in the halves, had a year left remaining on his contracts.

It was the 31-year-old’s first year at the Sea Eagles after joining from the Storm. He has been linked with the New Zealand Warriors.

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“The Club has been advised that Blake has received an opportunity to continue his NRL career elsewhere over the next few years and in the interest of Blake and his family’s long-term future, has agreed to release him now,’’ Manly CEO Lyall Gorman said.

“We are comfortable with this decision as Blake is off contract at the end of the 2018 season and we are unsure of the likelihood of his contract...


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News - Daily Telegraph

MANLY-WARRINGAH Sea Eagles have today granted five-eighth Blake Green an immediate release from the final year of his contract.

The announcement will add to speculation that the club is closing in on signing Sydney Roosters halfback Mitchell Pearce for next season.

The club has previously made it clear they would not release Green unless they had a suitable replacement to partner Daly Cherry-Evans in the halves.

Roosters Mitchell Pearce during the Sydney Roosters v Cowboys NRL Preliminary Final at Allianz Stadium, Sydney. Picture: Brett Costello

It comes as Pearce has asked for a release from his contract at the Sydney Roosters.

Green, 31, was contracted to the Sea Eagles for the 2018 season after joining the Club this year from the Melbourne Storm.

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News - Daily Telegraph

MANLY-WARRINGAH Sea Eagles have today granted five-eighth Blake Green an immediate release from the final year of his contract.

The announcement will add to speculation that the club is closing in on signing Sydney Roosters halfback Mitchell Pearce for next season.

The club has previously made it clear they would not release Green unless they had a suitable replacement to partner Daly Cherry-Evans in the halves.

Roosters Mitchell Pearce during the Sydney Roosters v Cowboys NRL Preliminary Final at Allianz Stadium, Sydney. Picture: Brett Costello

It comes as Pearce has asked for a release from his contract at the Sydney Roosters.

Green, 31, was contracted to the Sea Eagles for the 2018 season after joining the Club this year from the Melbourne Storm.

“The Club has been advised that Blake has received an opportunity to continue his NRL career elsewhere over the next few years and in...


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Sea Eagles will have to find up to $1m to sign Mitchell Pearce - Daily Telegraph

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THE Sea Eagles will have to find up to $1 million in their salary cap to secure former Sydney Roosters halfback Mitchell Pearce for next season.

Sources say a halfback of Pearce’s standing in the game would command a salary of between $900,000 and $1 million a year.

Manly is currently involved in a three-way battle with the Cronulla Sharks and Newcastle Knights to sign Pearce after the Roosters released him on Monday.

The Knights could easily give Pearce that money and even pay overs due to their revelation they have to spend another $1.5 million by June 30 next year to be salary cap compliant.

Mitchell Pearce is contemplating his football future. Picture: AAP,

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Read more: Sea Eagles will have to find up to $1m to sign Mitchell Pearce - Daily Telegraph

Sea Eagles will have to find up to $1m to sign Mitchell Pearce - Daily Telegraph

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THE Sea Eagles will have to find up to $1 million in their salary cap to secure former Sydney Roosters halfback Mitchell Pearce for next season.

Sources say a halfback of Pearce’s standing in the game would command a salary of between $900,000 and $1 million a year.

Manly is currently involved in a three-way battle with the Cronulla Sharks and Newcastle Knights to sign Pearce after the Roosters released him on Monday.

The Knights could easily give Pearce that money and even pay overs due to their revelation they have to spend another $1.5 million by June 30 next year to be salary cap compliant.

Mitchell Pearce is contemplating his football future. Picture: AAP,

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Apisai Koroisau shocked by Blake Green's departure from Manly Sea Eagles - The Sydney Morning Herald

Fijian hooker Apisai Koroisau admits he was blindsided by Blake Green's abrupt exit from the Manly Sea Eagles on Monday, which preceded him signing a deal with the New Zealand Warriors.

Manly announced Green was leaving on the same day Mitchell Pearce was granted a release by the Roosters, and Koroisau found out the news while in camp with Fiji in Brisbane preparing for Friday's semi-final against Australia.

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Apisai Koroisau shocked by Blake Green's departure from Manly Sea Eagles - The Sydney Morning Herald

Fijian hooker Apisai Koroisau admits he was blindsided by Blake Green's abrupt exit from the Manly Sea Eagles on Monday, which preceded him signing a deal with the New Zealand Warriors.

Manly announced Green was leaving on the same day Mitchell Pearce was granted a release by the Roosters, and Koroisau found out the news while in camp with Fiji in Brisbane preparing for Friday's semi-final against Australia.

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Manly fans furious over possible Pearce arrival - Yahoo7 Sport

Manly fans have taken to social media in their droves to publicly condemn the possible signing of recently released Mitchell Pearce.

With news of Blake Green's departure sending shockwaves through the club's fanbase, just minutes after the Roosters announced the release of Pearce, fans instantly connected the dots.

While some fans were excited that their club could soon be acquiring the current NSW halfback, the vast majority were not happy with the possibility, taking to Twitter and Facebook to let the club know their feelings.

Comments ranged from passionate threats to quit the club to more subtle suggestions that Pearce wouldn't fit in alongside current playmaker Daly Cherry-Evans.

Pearce could face a tough time getting on the right side of Manly fans. Pic: Getty

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Sea Eagles: Chairman Scott Penn gets his men Trent Barrett and Lyall Gorman - Daily Telegraph

THE Sea Eagles will take two major steps to shore up their long-term future this week — the announcement of the resigning of coach Trent Barrett and the official appointment of Lyall Gorman as new CEO.

A Sea Eagles insider said the deal which involves a two-year contract extension is being finalised.

The retention of Barrett is a coup for Sea Eagles owner and chairman Scott Penn who had always expressed his keenness to keep him as he attracted more than passing interest from a number of NRL rivals.

And the club was always confident that he would stay.

Manly Sea Eagles Chairman Scott Penn, sports manager Wayne Beavis d Manly coach Trent Barrett entering Scott's North Sydney office. Picture: Brett Costello.

The club has been in talks with Barrett and his management for the past six weeks.

Negotiations were...


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Manly Sea Eagles see red over Blake Green - The Sydney Morning Herald

Manly have a significant issue brewing in their ranks with five-eighth Blake Green, who is due back at training tomorrow. And it all stems from the way his agent Isaac Moses has been dealing with the club.

To say Sea Eagles coach Trent Barrett and the Manly management are unhappy with  Moses' antics  is an understatement. It's similar to the situation with Mitchell Moses when he was at the Tigers and the manager wanted to shift him to Parramatta.

Unworkable situation brewing: Blake Green. Unworkable situation brewing: Blake Green. Photo: AAP

It became an unworkable situation at the Tigers and this is reaching a similar level.

The unfortunate thing is that Green is the one whose reputation is suffering. Green is saying things to Manly that are positioning him as a player who wants out of the club.

Moses was the one pushing for the Eagles to sign Matt Moylan a few weeks back. He rang Manly to ensure they were chasing Moylan,...


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NRL Summer Slog: Johnathan Thurston returns to Cowboys training, DCE loses fitness crown - Fox Sports


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Toovey confirms coaching future - Inside Sport

The former NRL mentor says he will not be returning to Bradford in 2018.

The two-time Sea Eagles Premiership-player described his tenure in England as one of his toughest after the club was deducted 12 competition points following liquidation before he arrived.

The Bulls failed to fire after the setback and have been relegated to the third-tier competition for next season.

“It was a tough decision not to return to the Bradford Bulls for a second year. Last year was one of the most challenging years that I’ve had as a coach,” Toovey, who will remain in Australia, said.

“The club and the fans made the experience one I will never forget, from the bottom of my heart I would like to thank the club, coaching staff, players, sponsors and fans for their unwavering support throughout the year.

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Sea Eagles: Chairman Scott Penn gets his men Trent Barrett and Lyall Gorman - Daily Telegraph

THE Sea Eagles will take two major steps to shore up their long-term future this week — the announcement of the resigning of coach Trent Barrett and the official appointment of Lyall Gorman as new CEO.

A Sea Eagles insider said the deal which involves a two-year contract extension is being finalised.

The retention of Barrett is a coup for Sea Eagles owner and chairman Scott Penn who had always expressed his keenness to keep him as he attracted more than passing interest from a number of NRL rivals.

And the club was always confident that he would stay.

Manly Sea Eagles Chairman Scott Penn, sports manager Wayne Beavis d Manly coach Trent Barrett entering Scott's North Sydney office. Picture: Brett Costello.

The club has been in talks with Barrett and his management for the past six weeks.

Negotiations were...


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