Adrian Proszenko

Adrian Proszenko

Adrian Proszenko is chief rugby league reporter at The Sydney Morning Herald

Sonny Bill Williams named in Canterbury Bulldogs team of the decade

Adrian Proszenko Almost seven years to the day he walked out on Canterbury for a career in union, New Zealand star Sonny Bill Williams is finally out of the doghouse.

Newcastle Knights want next coach to deliver premiership within three years

Sacked: Newcastle Knights coach Rick Stone was given his marching orders this week.

Adrian Proszenko Newcastle chairman Brian McGuigan says the next head coach must be a "visionary" capable of delivering on his bold ambitions to make the top eight next year, the top four the following and deliver a...

Trent Barrett quits as Country coach to focus on Manly Sea Eagles

In Manly's sights: Trent Barrett.

Adrian Proszenko Trent Barrett has quit his job as Country Origin coach to focus solely on turning Manly's fortunes around next year.

Sin Bin: Paul Gallen signs away his right to sue Cronulla Sharks

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Adrian Proszenko Cronulla captain Paul Gallen has signed away his right to ever sue the club.

Eagles Angels supporters group considers parting with Manly

Moving on? Sarah Murdoch and Wendy Harmer are two of the founding members of the the Eagles Angels.

Adrian Proszenko The Eagles Angels, Manly's pioneering female league supporters group, is considering breaking away from the club after being neglected by its new management regime.

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Mate against mate: Mitchell Pearce and Trent Hodkinson square off in blockbuster

Teammates: Mitchell Pearce and Trent Hodkinson on Origin duty for  NSW this year.

Adrian Proszenko Laurie Daley knows the importance of a good halfback. Which is why he had two of them in his NSW team.

Manly Sea Eagles coach Geoff Toovey pays price for Glenn Stewart's exit

On the way out: Manly coach Geoff Toovey.

Adrian Proszenko Geoff Toovey has paid the price for Glenn Stewart's departure from Manly despite the fact the veteran backrower had previously asked the coach for a release from the club.

Time to publish all NRL player salaries, says ex-Sydney Roosters CEO Bernie Gurr

Thinking outside the box: Former Roosters boss Bernie Gurr.

Adrian Proszenko Former Roosters CEO Bernie Gurr has called for the NRL to publish all player salaries and pay them out of head office to ensure the salary cap isn't being rorted.

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My son is a political pawn: Geoff Toovey's dad slams Manly Sea Eagles

Under pressure: Geoff Toovey.

Adrian Proszenko The father of Geoff Toovey believes politics rather than performance has ended his lifelong association with Manly and fears his devotion to the club could result in the sacked coach being lost to...

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Benji Marshall in line for Kiwi recall following Shaun Johnson injury

Back in black: Benji Marshall says he his committed to the Kiwis.

Adrian Proszenko and David Long It's a good thing Benji Marshall isn't donning a kilt and changing his allegiance to Scotland.

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Trent Barrett to replace Geoff Toovey as Manly Sea Eagles coach in 2016

Gone: Manly coach Geoff Toovey.

Adrian Proszenko Trent Barrett will take over as coach of Manly from the 2016 season.

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How the shot clock could cost the NRL in the next broadcast deal

Adrian Proszenko The NRL's desire to speed up the game with shot clocks could have the unexpected effect of eliminating the 'scrum advertisement', which could adversely impact its bargaining power in the next...

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Manly Sea Eagles management planning to take games away from Brookvale Oval

Adrian Proszenko Manly management is attempting to shift games away from spiritual home Brookvale Oval in a move sure to anger fans still coming to terms with the imminent axing of favourite son Geoff Toovey.

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Wests Tigers adamant they are on track for top four NRL finish in 2017

Equity: Marina Go says without quotas we haven't experienced any change.

Adrian Proszenko Wests Tigers chair Marina Go is adamant they can still achieve their lofty goal of becoming entrenched in the top four within three years despite the latest loss all but consigning the club to its...

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Manly Sea Eagles' treatment of Geoff Toovey a 'disgrace', says Darrell Williams

Adrian Proszenko, David Long Is the departure of head coach and club great set to cause a schism in the boardroom at Brookvale?

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World Club Series could be expanded after 12 NRL clubs express interest in Super League showdown

Adrian Proszenko The World Club Series could be expanded to a fourth match after a dozen NRL clubs expressed interest in participating in next year's event.

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Andrew Johns hails Trent Hodkinson a 'good signing' for Newcastle Knights

Adrian Proszenko He's been one of his harshest critics, but Andrew Johns has labelled Trent Hodkinson a "good signing" worthy of his famed Newcastle No.7 jersey.

Canterbury Bulldogs giant Shaun Lane ready to bite former club Cronulla Sharks

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 29:  Shaun Lane of the Bulldogs makes a half break during the round 16 NRL match between the Canterbury Bulldogs and the Melbourne Storm at Belmore Sports Ground on June 29, 2015 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

Adrian Proszenko He is, literally, the biggest thing in rugby league. But the Sharks let Shaun Lane slip through their fingers after having him on their books as a youngster

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Manly Sea Eagles open up contract talks with Brett Stewart

Staying at Brookvale?: Manly have opened up contract talks with star fullback Brett Stewart.

Adrian Proszenko Manly has commenced negotiations with Brett Stewart to ensure the premiership-winning fullback finishes his career a one-club man.

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Jason Taylor reveals 'horrendous' salary cap situation cruelling Wests Tigers

Tigers coach Jason Taylor watches his team as they warm up for the NRL Trial Match between the Wests Tigers and the Cronulla Sharks at Campbelltown Sports Stadium on February 21, 2015 in Sydney, Australia

Adrian Proszenko Jason Taylor has revealed the Wests Tigers' salary cap is so dire that the club is over the limit for next year and it could take up to three seasons to fix the "horrendous" situation.

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