Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Chairman Scott Penn announced that Tim Cleary has resigned from the position of CEO allowing him to pursue other opportunities that have become available.
"I would like to thank Tim for the contribution he has made to the Sea Eagles and I wish him and his family all the best for the future,’’ Mr Penn said.
Tim Cleary said: "I enjoyed my time at the Sea Eagles with the team, fans, and especially match days. I wish the team every success for the future."
With Cleary vacating the CEO role today, Chairman Scott Penn said that he will now assume the role of Executive Chairman.
"I will continue to work closely with Chief Operating Officer Neil Bare, who has been a key member of the Sea Eagles senior management team since November 2014," Penn said.
"We have a sound business plan and I look forward to working more closely with our terrific administration and football operations teams to ensure we continue to achieve our off field and on field vision".
Geoff Day, a former long term Penn Group executive with extensive sports sector management and consulting experience, has been engaged by the Sea Eagles to support the ongoing implementation of the business plan.