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First Coach sacked in 2022

Who joins the centrelink queue first

  • Trent Barrett

    Votes: 47 44.8%
  • Adam O'Brien

    Votes: 28 26.7%
  • Ricky Stuart

    Votes: 6 5.7%
  • Anthony Griffin

    Votes: 1 1.0%
  • Michael Maguire

    Votes: 2 1.9%
  • Kevin Walters

    Votes: 1 1.0%
  • Nathan Brown

    Votes: 17 16.2%
  • Justin Holbrook

    Votes: 3 2.9%

  • Total voters
    105

Floodwaters

Juniors
Messages
577
Technically Baz resigned so Madge will be first coach sacked.

The old "we'll let you resign to make it look better"

Coal mines do it when they need to sack someone but like them lol, just looks better on Barretts resume.
 

yakstorm

Bench
Messages
4,295
Most 'difficult' employees who are asked to resign at least can go on and find another job as any information about their poor performance isn't usually publicly accessible.

Trent's 34 wins from 107 games at two different clubs is out there for everyone to see. He should have stuck around and waited for his payout IMO.
 

Floodwaters

Juniors
Messages
577
Most 'difficult' employees who are asked to resign at least can go on and find another job as any information about their poor performance isn't usually publicly accessible.

Trent's 34 wins from 107 games at two different clubs is out there for everyone to see. He should have stuck around and waited for his payout IMO.

He should have stuck around at Manly because they had a quality roster coming through.
 

blaza88z

Coach
Messages
14,549
Holbrook looked like he was ready to resign last night in the press conference, without saying it he was basically suggesting that as a coach, he did all that he could do to get the team into a winning position, the rest was on them and their stupid penalties.
 

Diesel

Coach
Messages
16,607
It just shows how political some people involed within the NRL are, all saying Barrett was a great cosch yet Mick Potter has done more in two weeks that Barrett did in two seasons
 

SpaceMonkey

Referee
Messages
29,232
I don't see Nathan Brown lasting the month either. It's looking more and more like there's serious problems at the Warriors between ownership/management and the coach & players. I reckon he'll jump if he isn't pushed.
 

Loose Cannon

Bench
Messages
2,623
Fox Sports claiming Brown not willing to commit to living in Auckland permanently. Willing to remain until his contract is up at end 2023.

Not sure he needs to take a stand like that.
 
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