SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 23: Jack Gosiewski of the Sea Eagles is tackled during the round two NRL match between the Manly Sea Eagles and the Sydney Roosters at Lottoland on March 23, 2019 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

The Sea Eagles will likely offer back-rower Jack Gosiewski a two-year deal which would see him on the club through to the 2021 season, reports Fox Sports. 

After spending most of his career in South Sydney since entering the league in 2016, he moved to Manly and has avoided injuries which plagued him early on in his playing days.

This season, Gosiewski has stayed healthy and been an integral part of Manly’s bench production and a key reserve in a winning situation.

He would join Addin Fonua-Blake, Reuben Garrick, Taniela Paseka and Jorge Taufua as players that re-committed to Manly this year.

Gosiewski has not made any public comments regarding his commitment thus far.

5 COMMENTS

  1. Maybe South’s failed him. If he’s been going pretty well at Manly, that’s probably the case.

  2. Jack Gosiewski ɡəʒuːski ….the ex green and Transit Lounge red Rabbitohs outfit ….was not even a real local junior.

    We purchased him from northern NSW as an 18yr old…..and transit lounged him into our lower grades and made him captain…..as bait to try to ward off other transit lounge clubs like Manly, Newcastle, Cowboys and Parra…..to keep our skinny scrawny little light weight lock forward Murray……from being poached.

    Our arch rivals the World Champion Sydney Roosters and current Premiers were never a threat for Murray…… as they are to busy developing superstars like ……Radley, Mitchell, Manu, Cordner, Liu, Collins and so on and so on….

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