Know about the wife of Des Hasler, Australian league club Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Coach.
Hasler has started his career playing for Penrith Panthers. Even so, he has spent most of his life playing for the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles.
At present, he is the professional coach of the Australian Rugby Club. The recent qualifying final match against Melbourne has highlighted the head coach Des Hasler and his team.
However, Des is confident enough for his team to bounce back from the elimination clash.
Who Is Des Hasler Wife? Christine Hasler
Des is married to his wife, Christine Hasler. There is not much information about his wife to the public.
Both Des and his wife Christine seem to lead a low life. They have not revealed anything about their personal life.
His wife got mentioned once when the couple was selling their luxury apartment for $3.38 million in Kirribilli.
Other than that, the pair had two children together named Campbell Hasler and Matisse Hasler.
The pair had been married for a long time and are still leading a private life. They look like the type to separate their personal life from professional.
— NRL (@NRL) August 7, 2021
Des Hasler Age - How Old Is Head Coach?
Des Hasler, full name Desmond John Hasler was born on 16 February 1961 in Gosford, New South Wales, Australia.
He is 60 years old as of 2021 and has a height of 5ft and nine inches with 79kg body weight.
As per his Astrology sign, his zodiac is Aquarius. People having this sign are said to be exceptional, self-reliant, and optimistic.
Hasler was able to win the premiership when he was 26 years old in 1987 and 35 years in 1996. He has been the successful head coach in Australia.
— Manly Warringah Sea Eagles (@SeaEagles) August 14, 2021
Des Hasler On Wikipedia: Explore
Des Hasler has his own Wikipedia page. Although he is not very active on social media, much information about him is available on the web.
Hasler started his career as a coach in 2004 in the Australian rugby league club, Manly Warringah Sea Eagles.
Throughout his journey as a head coach, he led his team into the semi-finals in 2006, 2006 & 2007.
He has been a remarkable coach in the history of Manly Warringah Seas Eagles. The team gets a record-breaking victory in the NRL Grand Final 2008.
Further in 2018, he became the head coach of the club. He has led Manly to the top 4 of the 2021 NRL season playing into the semi-finals.
— Manly Warringah Sea Eagles (@SeaEagles) February 22, 2021
As a professional head coach, his net worth is still under review.
Judging by his career achievements and profession, his estimated net worth is approximately more than $1.5 million.
He is also said to be the wealthiest player in the world.