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Heavyweight struggles don't worry Toovey

Clint

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Just two games out from the NRL finals, Manly coach Geoff Toovey insists he is not concerned by his side's inability to beat a fellow top-four side all season.
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Clint

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Just two games out from the NRL finals, Manly coach Geoff Toovey insists he is not concerned by his side's inability to beat a fellow top-four side all season.

The fourth-placed Sea Eagles will get their last chance to beat a premiership big gun in the regular season on Saturday night when they host bitter rivals Melbourne at Brookvale Oval.

With many experts predicting that the grand final winner will come from the top four, the match is an opportune time for the Sea Eagles to show their credentials.

Toovey claimed he had no idea about his side's poor record against top-four rivals - with a 10-10 draw against the Storm in round 10 the closest they have come to beating a competition heavyweight.

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"We don't want to show our cards too early, we think we can show that bit extra come semi-final time." 2v :p

Potentially Manly only have to beat 1 of the top 4, namely the first week of the semis.
After that, the other ones could be knocked out by the teams sitting 5 - 8 :exclamation:

Manly just need to concentrate on winning the game they are in, and then we can all be happy :)
 
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