(I got this from www.ozcardtrader.com.au sorry if has already been posted ) Written by The Ball Boys Fresh after signing Manly Sea Eagles coach Des Hasler and possibly several support staff and star players, Canterbury Bankstown CEO Todd Greenberg has shockingly revealed further plans to poach iconic Manly figures like Brookvale Oval, Manly Beach and even Daly Cherry-Evansâ€™ hyphen. The Hasler signing has shocked Manly and blowdryer fans around the globe, and it seemed things couldnâ€™t get any worse for the Northern Beaches club when strong rumours emerged over the weekend that the man many call â€œDesâ€ would be taking with him his entire support staff, as well as several key players such as Kieran Foran, Tony Williams, the Stewart brothers and Cliff Lyons, the last of whom is planning to come out of retirement pending the successful birth of his 3rd great-grandchild. But Canterbury donâ€™t seem finished there, and Greenberg explained that his spending spree was part of a strategic 5 day plan. â€œFor us, signing Manlyâ€™s coach, their support staff and their players, is only the tip of the Greenbergâ€, Iceberg stated to a packed media contingent at a local Lakemba kebab store. â€œOur strategic 5 day plan has been in the works for several months now, and we feel that bringing across Manlyâ€™s oval as well as their main tourist attraction would not only strengthen our premiership claims, but also force Sea Eagles fans to find somewhere else to drunkenly urinate whilst dancing to hit 1971 Daddy Cool song â€˜Eagle Rockâ€™.â€ Perhaps the biggest surprise though is the possible stealing of boom halfback Daly Cherry-Evansâ€™ hyphen, with Greenberg admitting heâ€™s been hugely impressed this season with the surnameâ€™s form. â€œI honestly think that double-barrelled surname has been one of the finds of the season, and adding that hyphen to our roster could only help the players even moreâ€, Greenberg continued. â€œImagine a squad with names like Ben Bar-ba, Josh Morr-is, Trent Hodkinso-n, weâ€™d be unstoppable.â€ Asked how he would look to utilise Brookvale Stadium and Manly beach in Belmore, Greenberg stated that while â€œnothing was set in concreteâ€, theyâ€™d be looking to move both to Homebush and â€œsurround them with concreteâ€.