From https://www.nrl.com/news/2019/06/13...could-wait-until-2021-to-open-contract-talks/ "Canterbury chief executive Andrew Hill has been linked to the Manly top job vacated by Lyall Gorman. The Sea Eagles have a high opinion of Hill, who is understood to have turned down the job at Manly to take the role at the Bulldogs two years ago. Hill is at the centre of Canterbury's rebuild and has been proactive in trying to restructure the club's salary cap to ensure they are competitive in the marketplace in the next 12 to 18 months." Anyone know anything about HIll? He seems to be doing well with their Salary Cap managing to sign a host of players after what they have done so maybe he can work his wonders at Manly.