Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles History and 2021 Preview
The Sea Eagles are the perfect definition of a steady, mid-table team. Their strengths are consistency and stability. Once in a while, they will put together a run that will lead to a premiership; like the one in 2011.
For this season, the Manly team is looking to build on the solid finish of last season. It was nothing spectacular, but they know there can be no complaints regarding attitude and hard work.
Coach Des Hasler will look to apply what worked well, and try to change what didn’t. He knows his core group of players and will hope to extract the maximum potential out of them.
On the team front, captain Cherry-Evans will be the driving force for the blue-collar team. The signing of Karl Lawton should add some spice and competition to the squad. With all the stability, a mid-table finish looks likely for the Sea Eagles in 2021.
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