JOHN Cartwright will lead the Titans for the final time tonight in their clash against the Roosters at Allianz Stadium.
He was appointed as coach in 2007, but after several poor seasons and claims the club has reached its “lowest” point, Cartwright says it’s time for a change.
During his time in the job, he’s led the Titans through 191 games and 87 wins.
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While he will still finish off the last two years of his contract, his job will switch to a non-football-role as he lets someone else take charge.
Stepping in as interim coach for the rest of the season is former North Queensland and Canberra mentor Neil Henry who’s been talked up by Cartwright.
Previously, Henry has led both the Cowboys and Raiders into the finals.
The Titans are hoping he has what it takes to get the club back on its feet and so they can storm up the leaderboard.
With five games to go before the end of the season, the team needs to win them all if they want to make the finals.