Season Review: Off-field drama and Geoff Toovey’s sacking bring Manly’s golden era to an end September 11, 2015 7:00am Dan Walsh FOX SPORTS FOR the first time in a decade, Manly’s mark on the NRL finals is felt only by their conspicuous absence. After the 2015 the club endured, mostly through their own doing, as is the Sea Eagles way, it’s impressive they ended up just two points shy of the top eight. But all good things — even the good times — must come to an end, and Manly’s 2015 campaign represents a significant changing of the guard. Read more.......... http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sp...521673139?sv=c142db8bc9a88686c7c3dac0aad182d6 A not so interesting article, highlighting most of what we already know....! However I liked that it pointed this out.......... "But they also had the hardest draw in the competition — playing the eventual finalists 14 times across the season and only coming up against the bottom four teams four times." Obviously the NRL are corrupt mongrels......! Our crappy draw along with so many other factors certainly had a hand in where we finished this year.........!