Manly shock of­fer to Des

NT News - - SPORT -

DES Hasler will spend the next 48 hours con­sid­er­ing a shock coach­ing come­back with the club that gave him his shot, the Manly Sea Ea­gles.

The NT News has learnt Hasler only has to agree to the Sea Ea­gles’ terms to take charge of the club he made his coach­ing de­but with 15 years ago.

In dam­age con­trol and with­out sta­bil­ity within their foot­ball de­part­ment in the wake of coach Trent Bar­rett’s ugly di­vorce from the club, the Sea Ea­gles believe Hasler is the panacea to their prob­lems.

It ap­pears plenty at Brook­vale agree, with the two-time pre­mier­ship win­ner con­tem­plat­ing a three-year deal which would give him a job few can­di­dates are will­ing to ac­cept and re­turn the club to glory.

Manly ap­pears a club that needs Manly peo­ple to lead it and Hasler has a rich his­tory on the Syd­ney penin­sula.

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