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Sport Manly Sea Eagles announce the re-signing of third Trbojevic brother Ben on two-year deal

02:42  20 november  2019
02:42  20 november  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Manly Warringah Sea Eagles are pleased to announce the re - signing of Jake Trbojevic and Tom Trbojevic for a further six years . followed them forever best team around biased dont let TRBOJEVIC 's go we always loose our good pla yers Desie' is the best change name back to

Manly have moved to retain State of Origin stars Tom and Jake Trbojevic before rival clubs can In a further boost to Manly 's chances of convincing them to stay put the youngest Trbojevic sibling, Ben , has Tom and Jake would become the hottest properties on the open market if they aren’t re - signed

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The Manly Sea Eagles have locked in exciting youngster Ben Trbojevic, just days after announcing the long-term signatures of superstar brothers Tom and Jake.

The club announced the highly-anticipated extensions of the State of Origin pair last week on new six-year deals believed to be around $1 million a season.

And now they have secured the services of the duo's younger brother Ben on a two-year deal, after an exciting season from the 18-year-old for the club's Jersey Flegg team.

Having followed through his brothers' footsteps at junior club the Mona Vale Raiders, Trbojevic has also starred in the New South Wales under-16s and under-18s sides.

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Jake and Tom Trbojevic are Manly 's million men — one granite, the other a diamond — the strength and And here's a bonus for Manly fans. The club is hopeful of signing a third Trbojevic , younger brother The pair have upgraded deals for 2017 and cashed in for the following three years .

Jake and Tom Trbojevic sign with the Sea Eagles for the next four years . After weeks of negotiating, Sea Eagles boss Bob Fulton has secured the pair until the end of 2020 and given The club is hopeful of signing a third Trbojevic , younger brother Ben , a Steve Menzies-style back-rower.

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Sea Eagles coach Des Hasler said he was thrilled to have retained Trbojevic for another two-years, and was looking forward to seeing him continue his development.

“Ben is a very talented young player who has done well coming through our junior ranks,’’ Hasler said.

“There is no doubt he has plenty of ability and it’s now a matter of further developing his game and bringing him through slowly as he steps up to the next level.”

Manly CEO Stephen Humphreys was thrilled to see another player emerge from the club's pathways system.

“Having Ben join our senior squad next season with his two brothers, Tom and Jake, is fantastic for Ben, our team and our Club,” Humphreys said.

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