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In this podcast
3:00 - Welcome Daniel Gartner
3:34 - The Gartner family back ground and his Dad being a Bulldog
4:51 - Growing up in Belmore
6:49 - Remembering his cousin Russell's career
8:00 - When he started making an impact on the field
9:44 - Coming through with John Hopoate
10:00 - Being a full back coming through
11:32 - Starting out as an accountant at the leagues club
12:43 - First grade debut in 1992
14:51 - Player driven culture at Manly
16:30 - Bozo Fulton video session
18:00 - Learning from Spud Carroll
20:53 - Watching Chief and Spud go at it
23:06 - How he got switched from the backs to the second row
27:57 - Playing against the Bulldogs in the 1995 grand final
30:52 - How much injury treatment has changed now with him as a physio
33:36 - How he took losing the 1995 GF
34:38 - Manly style of footy in the mid 90's
37:24 - Their incredible defence in the 1996 season
39:40 - Impact of losing Matthew Ridge
40:18 - Inspirational plays of Geoff Toovey
41:51 - On the brilliance of Cliffy Lyons
44:33 - Being a class above and taking out the 1996 Grand Final
47:44 - The old boys and any involvment at the club now
49:07 - Did he think Des Hasler would be a top level coach
50:06 - His contract situation during ARL / Super League War
53:00 - Setting himself up for life after footy
55:32 - How he ended up in England to finish his career
58:19 - Playing with the Paul brothers at the Bradford Bulls
59:44 - Challenge Cup Finals
1:01:55 - Playing on frozen grounds
1:02:52 - 5 people he would invite to a private dinner party
Daniel Gartner played 214 first grade games across the NRL and English Super League.In Australia he played 120 first grade games for the Manly Sea Eagles where he came through as a local junior winning a premiership in 1996. He represented Australia in 1 test in 1996 and played for City in 1997. Daniel finished his career with three years with the Bradford Bulls where he won premierships in 2001 and 2003. Post footy Daniel is a physio at Shore Physiotherapy after graduating with Honours from Sydney University in 2007. He also is a the physio for the Sea Eagles junior rep sides.
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