Graham Posted May 23, 2021 Share Posted May 23, 2021 Rugby league legend Bob Fulton has died on Sunday morning after a long battle with cancer. Fox League’s James Hooper paid tribute to the legendary player and coach, declaring “there would be no Manly Sea Eagles” without him. “He was the Australian coach, an Immortal of the game, there wasn’t anything Bozo didn’t achieve in terms of his rugby league career and will be celebrated as one of the most influential people to have played and also coached the game” he said. “There would be no Manly Sea Eagles, as strong as they are today, without Bob Fulton.” Hannah Hollis and the panel paid tribute to Fulton on Fox League. “The rugby league community is well and truly in mourning today after rugby league Immortal and Manly legend Bob Fulton has died after a long battle with cancer,” Hollis said on Fox League. “He passed away this morning surrounded by close friends and family. He was 73 years of age. “He coached more than 400 games. He played 263 games. He is Hall of Famer No.74 and he was a member of the Team of the Century in 2008. “He won three grand finals and he captained one of them. He will live on in the hearts and minds of rugby league fans right around the country and the world.” Rest in peace Bob The Australian Rugby League Forum Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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