Or does the NRL hate Manly that much that it forgoes revenue by maintaining a stance that Manly could not play their home final at Brookvale? If I ran my own business it would often become a question of revenue. If I do a job for more money I make 'more money.' If I make a decision that gives me less money I get 'less money.' There is such a thing as the profit motive. The reason for running a business. It doesn't seem to apply to the NRL and I wonder why. I cannot understand why the NRL decided to take the drop in revenue from around 12,000 fans as opposed to possible revenue of around 18,000 fans. At best this may seem incompetence or at worst a vendetta against Manly even to the detriment of a multi billion dollar business. I of course cannot countenance the latter but must really ask the question with regards to the former. I think David Gallop need to answer this question. Over to you DG.