The Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have been in embroiled in another scandal this week, after damning allegations have come to light.

The NRL club from Sydney’s Northern Beaches has been accused of paying big money to get a ticket on the Vegas NRL card.

It’s believed the insular peninsular organisation coughed up to try and get their players out of town during the Mardi Gras festival.

While the huge festival draws in tourists from all around the country and world, generating in excess of 30 million dollars in tourism revenue, it’s become apparent that the blokes who play for Manly want out.

This comes after the club caused a scene in 2022, with a group of players refusing to play in a Pride Jersey during a round of the NRL.

The bombshell boycott spread far and wide, with the whole of Rugby League caught up in the drama.

The boycotting players, who play in a league were all sorts of appalling and criminal behaviour occurs, stood firm on their decision not to play if they had to wear a rainbow on their jersey.

That has led to a number of knock on effects inside and outside the club, including their playing form going to absolute shit in the wake of the scandal.

Now, the club has been rocked by new allegations that they paid the NRL to take them to Vegas in the hare brained idea to try and get gambling revenue from a country that would have to wake up at 4am to watch our random game of sport.

The allegations come after it was raised that you clearly wouldn’t take Manly to Vegas if you want to showcase the ‘best’ of the sport, and that the Vegas weekend falls on the same weekend as the Mardi Gras Parade in Sydney.

“That is just a coincidence,” said a furious spokesperson for the club.

“We are one of the best teams, so the NRL wanted to take us,” lied the spokesperson.

“We are really good okay. We are great example of how good Rugby League can be.”

More to come.


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