I'm not angry at Manly about their performance tonight. I'll tell you what I am blowing up and furious about though; the 'Benefit of the Doubt' try that Billy Slater was awarded that he shouldn't have been. On the replay it clearly showed that he had lost the ball. There was separation between the ball and his hand/arm. When the decision was given I was like "What?! Are you kidding me?!!! Talk about a controversial try!!! Manly had so much speculation over their second 'Benefit of the Doubt' try against the Cowboys last friday night, about whether Foran touched the ball, which was started by Jonathon Thurston and escalated to, fans of other teams, backing him, believing the Cowboy's were robbed and they should've won. They'll certainly have a LOT of nerve to criticise Manly and not make ONE MURMUR, to or in the media, about that try that Slater was awarded; they'd (fans of other teams) just be happy that Manly's no longer in the finals. Although the way I'm looking at it, Manly's made five or more finals appearances within the last five or more years and, next year, they're going to make another finals appearance. In 2008, they were the team that won the grand final in the Centenary Year of Rugby League. The Rugby League's 100th Aniversary Grand Final Winner's. No one can take that title away from us! I'm proud that our boys made it all the way to the Preliminary finals, at least. Starting from today/tonight, they'll have five- six months to freshen themselves up, recover from any injuries and get themselves fit in-time for next season.