TL;DR news on Manly Sea Eagles at August 28, 2023

First training session with Manly. It took 27 minutes for the Sea Eagles to record the first points of the night, courtesy of a Ben Trbojevic try, but they then put their foot on the gas piling on the points. I'll get myself right and go again." Manly Sea Eagles coach Des Hasler. The New Zealand Test star began his NRL career in 2011 with Manly before joining the Eels in 2016 then the Warriors in 2017. The hulking Manly forward has been linked with Super League move before but he now looks destined to end his affiliation with the Sea Eagles after seven seasons and almost 150 appearances later. There could be a close relative in the stands watching him go around on Saturday, especially as the game is a Brookvale, home base for the Manly Sea Eagles. It also remains to be seen whether Martin Taupau will come back into the starting side for either Sean Keppie or Josh Aloiai, or remain on the bench. Parramatta Eels Sean Russell has returned through the NSW Cup and should replace Hayze Perham on the wing for Parramatta, although Maika Sivo is also nearing a return. Just in recent days we've seen that Manly will lose Kieran Foran for next year, but to me that's a totally different situation from Souths letting Reynolds go. The positive for the Sea Eagles is that Foran's replacement, Josh Schuster, has been there for a while and played a fair bit of first grade.