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Brayden Musgrove

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Club culture is a massive factor for any young player starting out in his career. Add to that to the opportunity to be coached by Des and play along side the champion players and good people like the T's, DCE and big Marty that makes us a very attractive choice. I'm hoping he is coming her because he chose us!
 

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Looks a bright prospect . He has the size and speed to compete

Competition brings out the best in every one and drives our complacency

I like the way Des is building a Comfort free Zone Culture

Let the pre season at the Academy of Sport Narrabeen begin

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Eagles2nv

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Taupau fainu AFB
Thommo sironen
Jake

Chez Walker
Parker suli
Funa Garrick
Turbo

Bench: Sipley keppie Gosiewski cust

Waddell, Boyle, olakau-atu, Paseka,Trex*

croker, Schuster, Docker clay, I. Luke*

Elliott Taufua Hoppa Musgrove*

* Could be other players in same position but I reckon this is pretty close to the squad we'll have next year.
If Burbo is old enough he will be in the 30 or the dev squad.
 

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Club culture is a massive factor for any young player starting out in his career. Add to that to the opportunity to be coached by Des and play along side the champion players and good people like the T's, DCE and big Marty that makes us a very attractive choice. I'm hoping he is coming her because he chose us!
This is massive. Guys will want to come here again thx to des. Not just for a holiday and retirement fund. Which plaques more than half the teams.
 

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... but will players want to come to a club that is always at the wrong end of penalty counts and being stitched up by refs?
Clubs like the Storm and Rosters will always have the edge with signing who they want but when the squad are taking big cuts to stay together we really donโ€™t need to recruit any big names. Just roll players and up and comers now
 

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Looks like Moley has been reading STโ€™s again.


MANLY SIGN PROMISING KNIGHTS BACK
Manly have begun their build-up for next season by signing promising Knights centre/winger Brayden Musgrove.

Just days after their controversial exit from the finals, the Sea Eagles have come to terms with the tall 21-year-old on a two-year deal.

Musgrove has had knee problems in recent seasons but looked the goods in the Canterbury Cup for the Knights when fit this season.

Musgrove is a Cessnock junior - the same town that produced Knights legends Andrew and Matthew Johns - and is a handy pick-up for Des Hasler and his men.
 

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What worries me is why is he being let go with Ramien going as well?
Even though the Knights have lost Ramien & SKD, they still have Lee, Moga, Hunt + young gun Bradman Best. Maybe Musgrove has been offered a clearer pathway to NRL at Manly?
 

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Looks like Moley has been reading STโ€™s again.


MANLY SIGN PROMISING KNIGHTS BACK
Manly have begun their build-up for next season by signing promising Knights centre/winger Brayden Musgrove.

Just days after their controversial exit from the finals, the Sea Eagles have come to terms with the tall 21-year-old on a two-year deal.

Musgrove has had knee problems in recent seasons but looked the goods in the Canterbury Cup for the Knights when fit this season.

Musgrove is a Cessnock junior - the same town that produced Knights legends Andrew and Matthew Johns - and is a handy pick-up for Des Hasler and his men.

He actually signed more than 2 weeks ago...
 

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In the words of John McEnroe โ€œyou cannot be seriousโ€
 

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According to Mole:
SEA EAGLES LOSE YOUNG GUN
Manly have suffered a setback with new signing Brayden Musgrove set to quit the club before he even plays a game in his new colours.
Word out of the northern peninsula is that Musgrove, a promising centre/winger from Newcastle, is having trouble settling into the Sydney lifestyle and has a bad case of homesickness.
The Sea Eagles signed Musgrove after he performed solidly in the Canterbury Cup this year, having overcome a serious knee injury.
The 21-year-old hails from Cessnock - the same town that produced Knights legends Andrew and Matthew Johns.
He doesn't have a contract with the Knights for 2020 but may be thrown a lifeline by the club.
 

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IF ... if true ...... **** off you sooky little mummy's boy .... fair ****ingdinkum ... it's an hours drive you pillow biting pantie wearer .... grow a man bun to go with that handbag you pathetic little dribbler .... bloody hell ...
 

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We were top heavy with outside backs anyway. Now 2 spots to fill. Levi and either ZDC or Eddie PNG, Whoever trains better and earns it. The loser starts at Blacktown and is next in line anyway
 

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