Sport Anthony Seibold keeps his job despite record losing streak

03:50  05 july  2020
03:50  05 july  2020 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Anthony Seibold has a history of recounting academic background when outlining aspirations for Brisbane Broncos, but it seems the players don't Seibold is under fire after losing five consecutive games (above at a training session on Friday before the team lost to the Gold Coast Titans).

Anthony Seibold said he would make the decision to leave the Broncos if he felt he was not right for the job . Seibold has come under increasing pressure following a five-match losing streak which has left the Queensland NRL club 15th on the ladder.

Brisbane Broncos coach Anthony Seibold will keep his job despite succumbing to a sixth consecutive defeat when his side fell to a 26-16 loss to the Warriors on Saturday night.

Brisbane are winless since the COVID-19 NRL shutdown, going down to the Eels, Roosters, Sea Eagles, Knights, Titans and now the Warriors.

The Broncos board is sticking by Seibold, with CEO Paul White telling a press conference: "Today is about reaffirming my support for the coach."

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There were emotional scenes in the immediate aftermath of the match, with halfback Brody Croft and captain Alex Glenn both shedding tears.

“It hurts…I just got overwhelmed out there," Glenn said.

"Sometimes we cry, we get upset and it’s been a tough couple of weeks. It hurts because I know the effort we are putting into training every week – and we come out little areas of our game where we are lacking discipline.

"I just care for this club, I care for this team so much and the emotion has come out unfortunately. I ain’t shying away from it - sometimes you shed tears.

“It’s hard to face…footy is a tough sport and it’s one of those games you have to be consistent for 80 minutes.

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"Those little areas where we are lacking is hurting us…it’s hard, it’s frustrating."

Speaking in his post match presser, Seibold was at a loss as to why his team wasn't performing.

“Before the game, I was really confident, I thought we had a good week’s prep and we had an opportunity ready for us to turn around a couple of weeks of poor performances," he said.

“The game tonight got away from us in the second half in the last 20 minutes. Really disappointing. We’re learning some really tough lessons at the moment.

“I’m not sure why we’re fading out of games at the moment but we are and that’s the reality of it,

“Disappointed with the way we finished the game but I thought we started quite well and I was confident going into the game.”

Broncos legend Steve Renouf said Seibold's gameplan isn't working.

“It’s a simple game and from what I’m hearing it’s all become a bit too hard and a lot of players are struggling with understanding what is actually asked of them and what they need to do,” he said.

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“There’s probably a bit too much structure and I’m not in there but I hear a lot of things.

“They’re in all sorts, put it that way, they’re not in a great space and that’s right across the board, not just the playing group.”

Former Broncos hooker Michael Ennis declared Seibold is scared to axe senior players amid reports the club is riddle by factional infighting.

“I feel like he’s terrified, because of the furnace that he’s in at the moment and he’s chasing that win that he’s leaving those guys in the side just in the hope that they perform at the level that they’ve previously been at,” Ennis said.

“But at the moment he needs to make a stance for these young blokes to say, ‘This is what I expect’.

“And no matter who’s in this side, whether you’ve played for Australia, NSW or Queensland or whatever level you’ve played at, if you’re not performing then I’ll get someone else in.”

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