This is only my second ever post in five years. I've been more of a spectator over the years enjoying everyone thoughts. I feel that passionately about the current situation that I just had to get this message out there. Manly as a club need to stand by Glen and learn the lessons lost in Brettâ€™s case. Glen can only be accused of standing up for that old adage of good against evil. As a team, Manly have had their fair share of negative energies (hatred, jealousy, false truths) trying to pull us down over the years and this will continue as long as the fans, media and governing bodies pursue the popular easy option. In my opinion this is a landmark case in the evolution of the game. Glens only crime was to defend a fellow teammate against Blair blatantly hitting Lussick whilst in a vulnerable position. He was then wrongly accused and sent to the bin for holding. The refs them compounded their bad judgment letting Blair off his leash early to go after Glen. Blair is the thug and sometimes you just have to hold your ground and defend against these negative forced. His only crime was to show courage in the face of evil. Something that the Club should embrace and back. Glen and the manly players that subsequently came in to help should be praised not vilified or suspended. Their intentions were pure unlike Blairâ€™s. If the judiciary has any integrity and genuinely want to clean up the game they will see through the dirty smoke screen and throw the book at Blair. Letâ€™s keep this passionate game moving towards a brighter future. In the direction of higher energies like love and courage. Itâ€™s time to band together, raise our individual spirits and make a stand â€œnowâ€ (regrets and grudges don't work). Let's, shift current perceptions as events around the world are demonstrating. The "truth" and positive vibes that come as a consequence can produce "miracles".