In the end it's ultimately what it boiled down to. His tenures at other clubs before and after ended in nearly identical ways. No doubt he is great at making tough decisions regarding the playing group and getting good performances out of players previously deemed sub par but his man management skills, arguably the most important trait as a head coach, was severely lacking and undid all his good workThat's all you take from his tenure? Not how I saw it either. Once the Roosters swooped in then his position here was untenable.