Snippet from sports confidential http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/warnie-safe-despite-nine-crack/story-e6freye0-1225790896617 NO wonder it's got to a stage where most normal-minded NRL clubs are looking to gain extra revenue by moving blockbuster games to bigger stadiums, just once or twice a year. Look at Manly's situation. They began the season asÂ premiers and should have made a packet from crowds, merchandising and sponsorship. Instead they will report a loss of aboutÂ $500,000 this year. We're told they will seriously consider moving next year's home game against Parramatta to Homebush. "We could get over 45,000 fans instead of 20,000 at Brookie,''Â co-owner Max Delmege said. "It's something we'd have to look at to boost our revenue but just as importantly allow all fans to get a ticket andwatch the game.''