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Manly’s brutal Mad Monday fallout as club divided

Manly endured a bitter end to their season, with the futures of both captain Daly Cherry-Evans and coach Des Hasler in some doubt. (Photo by Matt King/Getty Images)

The Manly Sea Eagles clearly have a ways to go in repairing a divide within its playing group, after roughly half of the list reportedly didn’t show up to the team’s Mad Monday celebrations.

After a promising start to the NRL season, the Sea Eagles’ fortunes nosedived late in the season when a handful of players refused to wear a rainbow jersey for Pride Round earlier in the season.

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While the Pride Round incident has been seen as a flashpoint for discontent among the playing group, the seeds of discontent reportedly date back as far as last season, when club captain Daly…

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