Former Manly premiership winning player and long time Club official, Peter Peters, has paid a wonderful tribute to his great mate, the late Bob Fulton.
Speaking on the Continuous Call Team on 2GB yesterday and on the Big Sports Breakfast show on Sky Sports Radio this morning, 'Zorba' talked about his lifelong friendship with 'Bozo' that began as kids.
Peters and Fulton played in Manly's 1973 premiership winning team and later worked together at the Sea Eagles as well as across the rugby league media and the game in general.
“Legend, legend player, legend coach, legend bloke. I’m going to miss him, I’m going to miss him a lot,” Peters told the Continuous Call Team.
“If we didn’t talk three times a day, we were having a blue. He’s been a brother for 65 years for me,'' Peters told Sky Sports Radio.
“We met as kids in Wollongong when I was eight years of age. We just clicked. We just fell into this great friendship that endured right up until his passing.”