Ex-Player Profiles

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    Brent Kite 2004 – 2013

    During the 2004 NRL season, with Manly fighting to hold off a first-ever wooden spoon, the administration ...
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    Nik Kosef – 1992 to 2002

    The Cobar born Kosef, whose immigrant parents initially frowned upon his participation in the Australian ...
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    Mark Carroll – 1994 to 1997

    The former Penrith and South Sydney hard man was lured to Manly by test coach Bob Fulton to bolster a ...
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    George Rose 2006 – 2013

    George Rose is a giant young prop forward who will be joining the Sea Eagles forward pack in 2006.
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    Ken Day – 1965 to 1968

    Ken Day was the Manly ‘blue chip’ signing of the 1960s. Originally from Brisbane Wests he was forced ...
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    Frank Stokes 1990 to 1994

    Frank Stokes came to Manly as a raw 17 year old kid after been spotted by Bob Fulton on an end of season ...
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    Don McKinnon – 1988

    Arguably one of the best front rowers to play for Manly was the Pommy ‘made of granite’, Kevin Ward.  ...
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    Daniel Gartner – 1992 to 1999

    Daniel Gartner came through the Manly junior ranks with some illustrious company, players like Menzies, ...
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    Chris Close – 1982 to 1987

    Originally from Cunnamulla in outback Queensland, Chris ‘Choppy’ Close, a 19 year old massive centre ...
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    Andy Goodway – 1985

    The Sea Eagles had great success with importing English players throughout the 1970’s and they made ...
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    Ben Kennedy 2005 to 2006

    As Manly emerged from the North Eagles debacle, coach Des Hasler and recruitment guru Noel Cleal went ...
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    Steven ‘Beaver’ Menzies 1993 – 2008

      How can a young skinny blonde haired kid from Pitt Rd, North Curl Curl who was more interested ...

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Steve Matai

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Steve Matai is playing his 200th game for the Sea Eagles against Penrith on Sunday but his longer term playing future remains uncertain. When asked about his future amid continuing ...
Jason King

Manly’s success will continue: King

Jason King says Manly’s culture of success can survive the exit of those who have helped build it, including himself and South Sydney bound back-rower Glenn Stewart. The former ...
Tom Symonds

Tom Symonds ‘weeks away’ from new deal with Manly Sea Eagles

Manly forward Tom Symonds is close to finalising a two-year extension in a timely boost for the club before their blockbuster clash with Penrith. Several clubs have expressed interest ...
Anthony Watmough

Sea Eagles chairman: “Tragedy” if Watmough leaves club

Two senior Sea Eagles board members says they hope star forward Anthony Watmough ends up playing out his whole career at Manly. It was revealed that Narrabeen Sharks product has been ...
Bill Harrigan

Bill Harrigan calls for common sense in ruling on obstruction

The obstruction rule has become too “black and white” and that “common sense” is lacking in the decision making process. That is the opinion of former referees ...
Geoff Toovey

Toovey acts on Sea Eagles costly attitude lapse

SEA Eagles coach Geoff Toovey says has players have to maintain their trademark ruthless attitude for a full 80 minutes if they are to win this year’s premiership. His warning ...
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Toovey pays tribute to Manly’s top 10

Manly coach Geoff Toovey has paid tribute to the Sea Eagle’s winning culture ahead of the club’s 10th successive finals series. Heading for their first minor premiership ...
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From the Hills hoist to State of Origin, Daly Cherry-Evans is driven to be the best

The Daily Telegraph August 22, 2014 12:00AM WHEN Daly Cherry-Evans was just four he’d stand outside the family home in Brisbane practising his goal kicking over the clothes line. This ...
Josh Starling

Starling insists: “I’m no eye-gouger”

MANLY prop Josh Starling hopes an early guilty plea last week won’t forever taint him as an eye-gouger.
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Matai good for Manly NRL return: Toovey

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