The vast majority of champions are remembered for being with the one club for most if not all of their career. To name some of the halves from the the modern era as examples; * Andrew Johns - Newcastle * Allan Langer - Brisbane * Peter Sterling - Parramatta * Brett Kenny - Parramatta * Steve Mortimer - Canterbury * Terry Lamb - Canterbury * Geoff Toovey - Manly * Cliff Lyons - Manly * Des Hasler - Manly All unforgettable! For those who move around, they often lose their stigma. Either because the clubs they go to are not as successful consistently or you lose track for who they really stand for. An identity is lost. I'll never forget Dale Shearer's later regret for leaving Manly to go to the Gold Coast. He was simply brilliant, poised to be a legend if he had another 5+ years in a Manly jersey, then it all changed. Brett Stewart will be rewarded as one of the famous players for being a successful Manly fullback for so long. Stewart or Eadie? The best ever fullback for the club? Brilliance is one component, longevity at one place is the other. I really hope both Kieran and Daly, who have established themselves at a young age at Manly see the current and future satisfaction that awaits if they see it through in the Maroon and White.