Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by HappilyManly, Jun 13, 2018 at 12:42 PM.
What does the article say?
Some good news for once. Must be because it came out of the Juniors and not Fort Fumble (MWSE HQ).
That's wonderful news. Given all our dramas that made me smile. Thanks for sharing.
Great news. Let them get into shape training the kids then draft the two into our top 30 roster for the 2019 season.
Perhaps I am over optimistic, but maybe the first step to getting them both back into 1st grade so we have Manly blood again.
Hopefully this is Gorman beginning to bring our great Eagles back into the fold after them being maligned. I have said before this is what is missing from the club. It is a great start if that is what is planned. Right the wrongs, they will come back because they ARE Manly. Without honouring our greatest and getting their input it's just a matter of time until we become insignificant. The best Manly day this year for me.
True legends of our club are like fine wines. They only get better with age.
Hoo bloody ray. A small glimmer of hope maybe... Is this squad possibles for Jersey Flegg or some other comp?
Great news, I have been lurking for a while waiting on something positive to post about. Hopefully this is the first attempt to rebuild the culture that is Manly at the club.
i can see these two coaching first grade in the not too distant future.
What a great thing by 2 great blokes
can't wait for the first 15yo smartarse to say .... "what would you 2 old farts know "......
How good would that be..having coaching staff that hurt as much as the fans when we lose and celebrate as hard as we do when we win. Love it.
Or being told to "put that smoke out!"
Swap 2v and barrett, so Trent can coach u16/u17 so 2v can coach the first grade side
Hahaha Why, do you want to destroy these 16 year old careers before that get started?
If these two get involved with the club again I don’t mind what the first grade team do, just don’t get the spoon.
I saw one of them coaching first grade in the not too distant past.
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