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Great experience on Sea Eagles NRL Football Staff

Experience, trust, and a strong demand for success is what drives the NRL Football Staff of the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles.

Two-time premiership winning Coach Des Hasler has assembled another strong coaching roster as he prepares for his third season at the helm since returning to the Sea Eagles in 2019.

Hasler will again be assisted by former Sea Eagles players in Assistant Coaches Michael Monaghan and Chad Randall.

Steven Hales, the former Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles Coach, returns for his second season under Hasler as the NRL Assistant and Pathways Coach. He also oversees the transition of players from the Sea Eagles Pathways Academy into the senior ranks. 

Des Hasler and Steven Hales
Des Hasler and Steven Hales

In newly appointed positions, Dr Paul Bloomfield returns to the club as Chief Medical Officer. He previously held the role of NRL Chief Medical Officer for the past six years and was the former Sea Eagles Club Doctor for more than a decade.

Chris Bailey also returns to the Sea Eagles as Head Physiotherapist after recently being Head Physiotherapist of the Australian Rugby Sevens team. He previously worked for the club in 2015.

Chad Randall
Chad Randall

Andrew Berridge has been promoted to the role of Strength and Conditioning Coach after a long and successful role with the Sea Eagles Pathway Academy.

2022 NRL Sea Eagles Football Staff

Head Coach: Des Hasler

NRL Assistant Coach: Chad Randall

NRL Assistant Coach: Michael Monaghan

NRL Assistant and Pathways Coach: Steven Hales

General Manager of Football: John Bonasera

Head Trainer and Football Operations: Alex Ross

Football Analyst: Michael Kulen

High Performance Manager: Don Singe

High Performance Co-ordinator: Sam Pervan

Strength and Conditioning Coach: Andrew Berridge

Head Physiotherapist: Chris Bailey

Rehabilitation Physiotherapist: Andrew Lowndes

Athletic Development and Rehabilitation Coach: Rubin Ruzicka

Sports Scientist: Hugh Wilson

Chief Medical Officer: Dr Paul Bloomfield

Wellbeing Manager: Tim Gee

Soft Tissue Therapist: Angela Rickard

Education and Careers: Glenn Moore

Sports Dietitian: Melissa Juergens

Recruitment: Noel Cleal

Recruitment: Scott Fulton

 

 

 

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Manly Warringah Sea Eagles respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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