Manly Granted Second Extension On Cap Breach


The NRL have given the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles a second extension to respond to the claims lodged against them.

The extension now means the Sea Eagles have until the 5th of February to conclude internal investigations, and submit their findings back to the NRL, then the NRL will review the evidence and make a ruling from there.


Should Manly be found guilty, they will face a large fine and will be penalised cap space, this will lead to issues in bringing in a play maker to partner Daly Cherry-Evans.

Manly do have a number of players in their roster who can play in the 6 jersey, however the Sea Eagles would like to have brought an established NRL player, even having a move for Trent Hodkinson blocked.

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