Parramatta Eels superfan, Manuel Dinoris, gets creative ahead of NRL grand final

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Sydney butcher, Manuel Dinoris, is getting creative ahead of the NRL grand final this Sunday where his favourite NRL club, the Parramatta Eels, go head-to-head with the Penrith Panthers.

Mr Dinoris is the owner of four Pryde Meats butcheries in Sydney and for the rest of this week he is stuffing his stores with blue and gold chicken sausages in honour of the Eels.

“Parra’s on fire and so are we at the moment,” he told The Daily Telegraph. “I didn’t realise it was going to take off so much.”

Pryde Meats at Top Ryde.

The Sydney butcher said they’ve sold 100 kilograms of the sausages so far across their stores at Narellan, Campbelltown, Miranda and Top Ryde. He expects to sell 200 kilograms before the grand final.

With such a clear passion for the Eels, will the 48-year-old be amongst the sold-out crowd at Accor Stadium on Sunday night cheering on his team for a win?

“I’ve never been more excited,” he said. “We’re the only team in the modern era that hasn’t won it in 36 years.”

Source: The Daily Telegraph.

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