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He was the most in demand jr in the game at the time. Won that jr comp and everybody was lining up and he signed with the storm. I don’t remember us letting him go
He was on a bit of trouble back then as well from memory.
 

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This dude HAS to go , you'd think


Manly’s general manager of football John Bonasera were aware of the jersey design in May.

On Monday evening, The Daily Telegraph released leaked emails that appeared to show Sea Eagles commercial boss Luke Tucker and Manly’s general manager of football John Bonasera were aware of the jersey design in May.

Tucker wrote in an email: “I just want to double check before production commences that we won’t have any issues with any players wearing these jerseys for this one-off game

Bonasera responded: “Don’t see an issue at all mate.”

Tucker elaborated: “It’s for everyone. Male, female, gay, straight, black, white, etc, etc. It’s certainly not just focused on LGBTQ.”

The Daily Telegraph reports Bonasera did not pass the information on to Hasler, with the general manager of football later apologising to the veteran coach over the communication breakdown.
 

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The Hide Of The Roosters


Sounds fair enough to me. Particularly if its in their contract. A-League trying to get a headline any way it can to remind the public its still around.
"They obviously don’t understand our history.


"We’ve been on this site with three stadiums for 86 years. How long have they been around?


"What they did with the tarpaulin looked so hideous on a beautiful new $900 million stadium.


"They just have a ground hire agreement.


"We paid for our own facilities and we pay rent for the space we use.


"It’s in our contract that the signage is part of that agreement."
 

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Sounds fair enough to me. Particularly if its in their contract. A-League trying to get a headline any way it can to remind the public its still around.
As a fan , I'd be stoked with home of the Sharks plastered all over it ( Sharks Glasses )
I see both sides , if the City's Olympic Stadium had Home of the Rabbitohs up in lights plastered on the side of the stadium itself , come the Olympics in year 2000 , I feel most of Sydney would complain .
STUFF the Roosters thinking they own it :)
Just my thoughts and I believe Rabbits should be able to negotiate home games there too , it is in their historic geographic area , without the Roosters trying to block it .
Like Bronco's not wanting to share Suncorp with Dolphins and Home of the Bronco's signs all over it
 
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