The NRL’s eyesore might be a dirty construction site right now but it’s finally giving Manly fans something to cheer about.
Apparently the illuminati were so against Rat Park, they unleashed a global pandemic on us which forced Rat Park to be used as a covid testing clinic. Well played crab people!Thanks for posting.
As always, I question the monkey typists continual need to throw insults in regarding a Manly story;
..."The NRL’s eyesore..." with the inference that it's somehow our fault... (was it an eyesore? Maybe, lol but some fans seemed to like it)
and I had a chuckle over the "exclusive telegraph photos" especially when anyone can walk in a take a pic - one of you guys do that for us here
But grumbles aside, glad to see something happening.
The CEO reminded me (through the article) that with only 6k people allowed at game, it is going to be a financial struggle this year. First round results aside, this is why I didn't mind paying the $75 for a cheap hat and thinner than usual membership card.
Can of worms time: I'm not as invested as many of you regarding 'Brookie' so I have no problems if they decide to eventually get rid of the hill to provide people with a more professional 4 sided seating arrangement.
Where's the other option @Loobs says 'Rat Park?' . . . . . . !!!!!
Even though the article states that crowds at Brookie will be capped @ 6000 I’m sure it won’t stop the same writer and publication dining out on future stories about our poor home crowds.
“Sea Eagles faithful desert Fortress!”