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Manly dual premiership legend a proud grandfather

BOZO

The Incomparable Immortal Bob Fulton
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I am happy to share the great news of a friend of mine and Manly dual premiership winger Max Brown has become a proud grandfather
The future Manly winger Harvey William Brown was born on the 14th of April to proud parents Alexander and Ally Brown
On behalf of the Silvertails forum Congratulations to Max and the family

Future Manly winger Harvey William Brown
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MadMarcus

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Great pose - one hand with a great grip on the ball while the other in a pensive pose thinking of ways to tear the opposition to threads - he looks more like a scheming half than a winger to me....
 

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I am happy to share the great news of a friend of mine and Manly dual premiership winger Max Brown has become a proud grandfather
The future Manly winger Harvey William Brown was born on the 14th of April to proud parents Alexander and Ally Brown
On behalf of the Silvertails forum Congratulations to Max and the family

Future Manly winger Harvey William Brown
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One MILLION cookies!

Congrats!
 

BOZO

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He also has strong rabbit roots. Just ask the ghost of James Stewart.
Dont believe in ghosts feathered freind . The reality is that Harvey has Eagle wings like his Grandfather . He is a Manly boy through and through !

Max Brown back row next to Terry Randall
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What a team in 1972!! My two favourite Sea Eagles in the back row!
My favourite TEAM mate.


I was 10 years old and these guys were my heroes...all of them.

I wish more more here saw them play.

For me the most unheralded Manly player ever is Freddy Jones. He was Toovey tough and like Tooves he bled every game.

Our favourite yell was "book him Bill".
 

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