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No kioa or T rex. Interesting. So they bought up keppie and olokoatu
 

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Okay so we all guess, assume or know what certain player are on. I'm always fascinated but the numbers thrown about and where that comes from.
After this years performances and where we are tonight, what do you think the individual top 30 players should be on.??
 

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https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/nrl/nrl-signings-news-manly-sea-eagles-lock-in-keys-to-future/news-story/e882e3d7c2416e24792e180d591e80e8

NRL signings news: Manly Sea Eagles lock in keys to future
Fatima Kdouh, The Daily Telegraph
October 4, 2019 9:38am


Manly Sea Eagles playmaker Dylan Walker has re-signed with the northern beaches club for two more years.

The Daily Telegraph understands Walker, who was off contract at the end of this season, has taken a downgraded deal to remain at Narrabeen.


Dylan Walker will remain on the northen beaches. Picture: Getty Images
There is, however, a clause in his contract that will allow for a review of his salary after season 2020 and a potential upgrade in payment for the final year of the deal in season 2021.

In further good news, The Daily Telegraph can reveal Samoan international Martin Taupau has also agreed to terms for a two-year extension at the club.


Martin Taupau has also agreed terms to a new contract. Picture: Getty Images
The enforcer was off-contract at the end of next year but Manly have moved to secure his services ahead of the November 1 deadline for rival clubs to talk to players.

The next big priorities for coach Des Hasler are re-signing star brothers Jake and Tom Trbojevic.
 

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SEA EAGLES

2019 squad: Morgan Boyle (2019), Daly Cherry-Evans (2023), Cade Cust (2019), Kane Elgey (2020), Brendan Elliott (2020), Manase Fainu (2021), Addin Fonua-Blake (2022), Tevita Funa (2019), Reuben Garrick (2021), Jack Gosiewski (2019), Trent Hodkinson (2019), Albert Hopoate (2020), Sean Keppie (2019), Api Koroisau (2021), Haumole Olakau’ata (2019), Brad Parker (2019), Taniela Paseka (2021), Lloyd Perrett (2019), Toafofoa Sipley (2019), Curtis Sironen (2021), Samuel Smith (2020), Moses Suli (2020), Jorge Taufua (2021), Martin Taupau (2020), Joel Thompson (2019), Jake Trbojevic (2020), Tom Trbojevic (2020), Corey Waddell (2020), Dylan Walker (2019)

Losses for 2020: Api Koroisau (to Panthers), Kane Elgey (retired), Trent Hodkinson (retired)

Coach: Des Hasler (2021)

https://www.foxsports.com.au/nrl/nrl-premiership/nrl-contracts-squad-lists-2020-signings-esan-marsters-tigers-cowboys-market-watch-scout/news-story/4189eefd9056632397ffd8122cee8557
 

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