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Manly Sea Eagles playmaker Kieran Foran admits his future is up in the air after a tumultuous year came to an end on Saturday night following the club’s golden point semi-final loss to the Bulldogs.
The Sea Eagles have endured a drama-filled off the field this season, with rumours of player unrest ongoing throughout 2014.
Several Manly players are believed to be angry at the decision by the club’s board to not offer Glenn Stewart a new offer for next season which consequently saw the forward join the South Sydney Rabbitohs.
“I’m a bit all over the joint in terms of my future,” Foran told The Sydney Morning Herald.
“One day I get up and I think it’d be brilliant to stay here for the rest of my career, the next day I get up and think, ‘Aw sh*t, maybe I should have a change’.”
“The ‘Gifty’ (Stewart) situation was quite close to my heart because I’m very good mates with Gift.
“I didn’t want to see him go, but the club had to do what it had to do. I’ve got some tough times ahead of me to think about what I want to do.
“I am making no promises just yet. I think that now’s the time for everyone to get away and clear their heads.
“Have that individual time to think about what they want, and how best to resolve the problems that we had this year.”