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Friday, 9 November 2018

Manly strike 'uneasy truce' with Barrett


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There has been a breakthrough at Manly between the club and its two contracted coaches Des Hasler and Trent Barrett.

Nine’s Danny Weidler reports Des Hasler is now the sole coach at the Sea Eagles as he assumes the reins ahead with the intent to turn the club’s woeful season around in 2019.

That leaves Trent Barrett somewhat in limbo after an uneasy truce was struck between Barrett and upper management that will see the scorned coach continue to be paid by a monthly wage by the Sea Eagles on the provision he not show up at Manly’s training ground or facilities.

“Des Hasler is now the sole Manly coach,” Weidler said on 9 News.

“The deal is a pretty simple one, Barrett continues to get paid a monthly wage by the Sea Eagles provided he does not show up at Manly training or at the Manly facilities.”

While it proves a move in the right direction it will do little to mend Barrett’s situation with the aggrieved coach eager to move on from his contract obligations at the Sea Eagles and continue coaching elsewhere.

“He wants to pursue coaching and is already actively looking for another job,” Weidler said.

“That’s when the next problem will arise. Barrett will want another job but Manly will not want to pay him if he lands a job at another club – that’s when the lawyers will get involved in this situation.”

That development, should it come to fruition, will likely be played out between both parties’ legal representation.

There has been a breakthrough at Manly between the club and its two contracted coaches Des Hasler and Trent Barrett.

Nine’s Danny Weidler reports Des Hasler is now the sole coach at the Sea Eagles as he assumes the reins ahead with the intent to turn the club’s woeful season around in 2019.

That leaves Trent Barrett somewhat in limbo after an uneasy truce was struck between Barrett and upper management that will see the scorned coach continue to be paid by a monthly wage by the Sea Eagles on the provision he not show up at Manly’s training ground or facilities.

“Des Hasler is now the sole Manly coach,” Weidler said on 9 News.

“The deal is a pretty simple one, Barrett continues to get paid a monthly wage by the Sea Eagles provided he does not show up at Manly training or at the Manly facilities.”

While it proves a move in the right direction it will do little to mend Barrett’s situation with the aggrieved coach eager to move on from his contract obligations at the Sea Eagles and continue coaching elsewhere.

“He wants to pursue coaching and is already actively looking for another job,” Weidler said.

“That’s when the next problem will arise. Barrett will want another job but Manly will not want to pay him if he lands a job at another club – that’s when the lawyers will get involved in this situation.”

That development, should it come to fruition, will likely be played out between both parties’ legal representation.

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