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Haha, God I hope the Bears buy them. That would be the greatest 'in your face' in the history of rugby league.

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Manase Fainu charged after knife attack

Manly's Manase Fainu has been charged with allegedly "stabbing a man" at a church dance in Sydney last Friday.

The 21-year-old Sea Eagles hooker was charged with "wound person with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, affray and recklessly cause grievous bodily harm in company," according to a NSW Police Media statement on Tuesday.

Read more: https://www.nrl.com/news/2019/10/29/man ... fe-attack/

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I'm going to assume this means Manly will need a new hooker for 2020. We may have reached peak off-season early.

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Hahaha must be the off-season.
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Who brings a knife to a "church dance"?
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Someone that wants to win of course. Sophie Ellis-Bextor wasn't kidding around.

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Manly star in jail for "using 10cm knife" to allegedly stab another man

UPDATED: Manly hooker Manase Fainu is in jail after being denied bail for allegedly stabbing another man with a 10-centimetre bladed knife on Friday night. The 21-year-old has been charged with stabbing a 24-year-old man at a church dance event on Friday night in Wattle Grove.

A magistrate at Liverpool Local Court on Tuesday denied him bail.

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Bet they're glad they let Koroisau go
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So Lichaa or Levi to Manly? oooof. If I was Havili I'd be all over that to try and get a starting gig.

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zim wrote:
October 29, 2019, 2:41 pm
So Lichaa or Levi to Manly? oooof. If I was Havili I'd be all over that to try and get a starting gig.
He's a good hooker is Havilii. Suit a team like Manly who already have a dominant, organising half and just need quick, quality ball and direct play.

I want to see him stay here to cover Hodgo when he's injured (tends to miss a few weeks each year) or be a bench option. But from his career POV he's better than half the likes of Lichaa and Levi imo.

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BadnMean wrote:
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October 29, 2019, 2:41 pm
So Lichaa or Levi to Manly? oooof. If I was Havili I'd be all over that to try and get a starting gig.
He's a good hooker is Havilii. Suit a team like Manly who already have a dominant, organising half and just need quick, quality ball and direct play.

I want to see him stay here to cover Hodgo when he's injured (tends to miss a few weeks each year) or be a bench option. But from his career POV he's better than half the likes of Lichaa and Levi imo.
Andrew McCullough would be ideal for them and Broncos want to offload him.
He's a fairly one dimensional player but as you say, with DCE the dominant half they just need good service.
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NRL statement on Manase Fainu

The National Rugby League has today advised the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles that Manase Fainu will be subject to the No-Fault Stand Down rule should he be granted bail prior to the completion of court proceedings.

Fainu was today charged with the offences of wound person with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, affray and reckless grievous bodily harm in company and has been denied bail. He will automatically be stood down from all matches, including the Club Nines and the NRL Premiership, on a no-fault basis until court proceedings are completed.

NRL Chief Executive Todd Greenberg said the stand down rule made no judgment on guilt or innocence, but protected the reputation of the Game and its stakeholders.

"The no-fault stand down rule provides for the automatic stand down of players on a no-fault basis where they are charged with a serious criminal offence," he said.

"Given the charges, Manase Fainu is automatically subject to the no-fault stand down rule, which will remain in place until the outcome of the court proceedings."

The No-Fault Stand Down rule was introduced in March this year and was confirmed by the Federal Court in May.

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2020 offseason from hell to 2019 offseason

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So I shouldn't feel too bad about pushing old ladies over in the biscuit isle at Woolies..
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-PJ- wrote:So I shouldn't feel too bad about pushing old ladies over in the biscuit isle at Woolies..
*aisle

sorry, aisle see myself out

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bonehead wrote:
-PJ- wrote:So I shouldn't feel too bad about pushing old ladies over in the biscuit isle at Woolies..
*aisle

sorry, aisle see myself out

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gergreg wrote:
bonehead wrote:
-PJ- wrote:So I shouldn't feel too bad about pushing old ladies over in the biscuit isle at Woolies..
*aisle

sorry, aisle see myself out

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😃 isle, aisle, ile, I'll

Sorry all, I didn't know it was international spell crap right day..
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Tom and Jake Trbojevic to re-sign with Manly in $13 million, six-year package

Manly's superstar brothers, Tom and Jake Trbojevic, are set to re-sign with the Sea Eagles on a mega-deal worth a combined $13 million over six years.

Tom Trbojevic, 23, will make more than $1 million per season under the deal and Jake, 25, just below seven figures per season.

Read more: https://wwos.nine.com.au/nrl/tom-jake-t ... 8b4755eb34

Manly Sea Eagles table offers to Trbojevic brothers: https://wwos.nine.com.au/nrl/manly-tabl ... 81c881615b
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Manly Sea Eagles forwards Jake Trbojevic and Addin Fonua-Blake both set to miss early rounds of 2020 after shoulder surgery

Gun Sea Eagles forwards Jake Trbojevic and Addin Fonua-Blake will both sit out the entire off-season with shoulder surgery expected to rule them out of the opening rounds of 2020. The Test duo face a recovery period of up to four months predicted.

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Manly Sea Eagles re-sign Tom and Jake Trbojevic to six year deals

Manly have made a move towards keeping Tom and Jake Trbojevic in maroon and white for their entire careers by re-signing the pair on six-year deals, worth over $12 million in total.

Read more: https://www.nrl.com/news/2019/11/15/man ... ive-deals/




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greeneyed wrote:
November 15, 2019, 1:16 pm
Manly Sea Eagles re-sign Tom and Jake Trbojevic to six year deals

Manly have made a move towards keeping Tom and Jake Trbojevic in maroon and white for their entire careers by re-signing the pair on six-year deals, worth over $12 million in total.

Read more: https://www.nrl.com/news/2019/11/15/man ... ive-deals/

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Manly re-signed Tapau until 2022.

https://www.seaeagles.com.au/news/2019/ ... -re-signs/

They must be spending about 50% of the cap on 4 players.

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Yeah even in context you'd think this would have been a big contract for him.

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