The Gold Coast Titans’ poor season has caused a co-owner to snap, telling both players and coaches to do their jobs.
With just two wins out of ten games, the Titans are headed for the wooden spoon this season, warming second last as they head into round 11.
According to Newscorp, co-owner of the club Darryl Kelly has challenged the entire club to haul themselves out of trouble, beginning with tomorrow night’s match against the Manly Sea Eagles.
ARTICLE CONTINUES AFTER THIS ADVERTISEMENT
There are now concerns that coach Garth Brennan could lose his job when his contract expires at the end of 2020, if the Titans finish in the bottom four.
Mr Kelly – also a Titans director – told Newscorp that everyone has their part to play for the club, and at the end of the day so does he.
“The board has to make judgement on whether people beneath them are doing their jobs properly or not – that’s the truth of the matter.
“We all have our jobs to do, including myself, the board and the senior management,” Mr Kelly said.
Kelly is now also concerned that if the bad performance continues from the football department, the club will record a loss, rather than the profit they had predicted for the year.
“We should be doing better than what we are – but I can’t control performance.
“The football department has to control performance.
“To be honest I don’t know what the answer is and I don’t know what the problem is,” Mr Kelly told Newscorp.