But that was all an unfortunate misunderstanding! There he was, innocently "modelling" at a gay porn shoot, and there's a partition with a hole in it, and of course he stuck his schlong through it. I mean, what else is a bloke supposed to do when he sees a hole in a partition? Sure, he could peer over the top of that partition, especially when it only comes up to his shoulders, but that would just be wasting time. And how was he to know - at a gay porn shoot! - that they'd "put a bloke on the other side"? Honestly, mate - it could happen to anyone.They didn't have a problem playing against the glory hole guy.
The Great Australian way is giving every one a fair goEveryone that is the Manly coach has my support until they lose it. I hope he can connect with the playing group the way he did at Souths.
My thoughts are the sameI'm happy to give the bloke a go.
Lets see how the team performs in 2023, before putting the boot in.
Maybe we needed a change, I mean the place has felt stale for a while and I personally like Des and what he has done at Manly in the past, but we seemed off the pace in gameplan and playing personel and from my take, Des had control of both these key area's.
We may all be pleasantly suprised in what 2023 brings, so I'm a fair way off the doomsdayer calls without a ball being kicked.
Only problem is what happened after Covid, and how did Newcastle go with his involvement as a "consultant"?I'll try and be optimistic about this.
Took Souths from 13th to equal 1st in 2018 and a bee's dick away from the GF.
2019 made the finals with a Broncos with a divided group.
2020 won 2/2 before COVID stopped the season and the rules changed.
Not the worst reading.
I don't subscribe to that theory myself, there's only been three to my recollection and comparing that number to those with previous Manly playing experience is far too small a sample to get a fair dinkum indication, Siebold did well enough at the Bunnies to receive the Dally M coach of the year award and his one bad year at the Broncos had more to do with white anting from the bloc of ex players supporting Kevin Walters bid for the job and he didn’t receive the wooden spoon at the Broncos as some on here would have you believe, he resigned well before seasons end, this bloke isn't a Peter Sharp or Trent Barrett and I expect if given a fair go will have a number of people both on here and social media sites eating their words, time will tell if I'm right or wrong, I sincerely hope for all of us associated with this great club that I'm rightThe odds against Siebold are high.
It is a known fact that non ex-Manly coaches do not succeed at This Club!
Good Luck anyway.