Manly Sea Eagle vs West Tigers, Brent Naden, Spear Tackle, Lifting, Video,

Mid-season West Tigers recruit Brent Naden is ready for the long haul on the sidelines after tackling a formidable 30-4 foul on his side near Manley on Sunday.

After the Campbelltown clash, Michael Ennis predicted that Naden was sent for a lifting tackle on Jake Trobozevich in the 65th minute, with an eight-week ban.

But Corey Parker said the Tigers’ center could get a longer suspension.

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“It was as bad as a spear tackle as we’ve seen for a long time,” Ennis said in Fox League coverage.

“Now, look, Steve Roach has made a great point: no player goes there to do it.

“But the truth of the matter is that he fell on his head and he was driven. That could be a really, really bad consequence for Jake Trobozevich.

“And I really think he’ll get about eight weeks’ suspension. I really do.”

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Trobozevich played less of the intensity of the tackle, maintaining his reputation as the most handsome man to pull off a rugby league jersey.

“It wasn’t too bad, I think naturally, you’re trying to find the ground when you’re running and running fast, so it was a bit unfortunate for Brent Naden, I think,” Trobozevich told the Fox League.

“I know he didn’t mean it. There was no animosity. He’s very sorry.”

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The Tigers’ heavy defeat to the Sea Eagles marked another dark week in the club’s history, with Michael Maguire sacked as head coach.

Brett Kimorley, who worked with the Tigers in path and coaching management, was appointed interim head coach.

The Tigers, the only team in the league that has not played in final football in the last decade, are only 14th ahead of the Titans and the Bulldogs.

The Sea Eagles will meet the Cowboys at Brookwell Oval next Friday, before facing the Bulldogs in Paramatman next Sunday.

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