2022 Rumoured and confirmed signings (NON-DISCUSSION THREAD).

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On Loan apparently
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Was just having a look at the club website and saw a interesting tidbit...
Smalley,Seci and Segeyaro had been added to the NRL squad when a player plays an NRL match as expected,however Ray T Vaega has also been added to the squad on the website,might have been upgraded to replace Jorge after he was released.
 
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Was just having a look at the club website and saw a interesting tidbit...
Smalley,Seci and Segeyaro had been added to the NRL squad when a player plays an NRL match as expected,however Ray T Vaega has also been added to the squad on the website,might have been upgraded to replace Jorge after he was released.
Yep took Jorge's spot
 
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NRL 2022: Manly star Marty Taupau requests immediate release to join Parramatta Eels​

Manly’s week from hell has taken another wrong turn with one high-profile star requesting permission to join a Sydney rival.

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Marty Taupau may have played his last game for Manly after asking for an immediate release from the club.

The Kiwi International is without a contract next season and his management has asked the Sea Eagles for permission to join a rival franchise, which is believed to be Parramatta.

Players have until August 1 - this coming Monday - to switch clubs and Taupau has a motivation to link with Parramatta.

The Eels are one club that have left salary cap room for a late-season signing.

Not only would the experienced enforcer be a shot at playing finals footy at the Eels, the move would also likely extend his NRL career beyond its current 14th season.

The 32-year-old front-rower would prove a valuable addition to a Parramatta pack which is preparing for a forward exodus.

Marata Niukore, Isaiah Papalii, Reed Mahoney, Ray Stone and Oregon Kaufusi are all leaving the Eels at the end of this season.

Taupau has proven a mainstay of the Sea Eagles pack for the past seven seasons and his experience is a major lure.

After a torrid week due to a personal matter unrelated to the club’s jersey controversy, Taupau ran for 94-metres while producing four offloads and a tackle bust in Manly’s loss to the Roosters on Thursday night.
 
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Andrew Davey to Bulldogs - confirmed by Zorbs
Bulldogs supremo Phil Gould has reportedly landed two new forwards — Franklin Pele and Andrew Davey.

Davey, who has become a first-grade regular, and Pele, who has just one NRL game under his belt for the Sharks, will make the move to Belmore according to The Daily Telegraph.

Pele, 21, weighs more than 120kg and has a cult following at Cronulla’s feeder club the Newton Jets.

According to reports the Bulldogs are hoping to get the hulking prop fit and increase his potential minutes.

Meanwhile, 30-year-old Davey, who was a late bloomer in first grade, is set to make the switch.

Davey made his NRL debut at the Eels in 2020, becoming the fourth-oldest debutant in the history of the game at 28-years old.

After making the switch to the Sea Eagles in 2021, Davey suffered a season-ending knee injury but has been strong in 2022
 
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Promising junior of ours Zane Dunford (captained our SG Ball team in 2021) signed with the Raiders, 3 years.
Yeah mate, he actually signed with them at the very start of this year but it wasn’t really reported anywhere on silvertails, I just saw it on the pacific sports management Instagram page. Definitely a bad loss.
 
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Began French to Newcastle for 1 season. Also knights after Will Pryce from Huddersfield and Kai Pearce-Paul from Wigan
 

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