Titans Ambassador Gordon Talis has made a remarkable acknowledgment that he was “part of the problem” in the club he was created for.
They are at the bottom of the Gold Coast and have reportedly fired coach Justin Holbrook following the embarrassing loss of their riders.
The Titans played in the final last season but have now lost just six of their last 12 games in a row.
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Talis is not paid by the club but the legend of the Premier League winner Broncos has some blame for how they are still doing.
I thought the kids who did the eight (last season) had a chance for those guys to have a good pre-race season, take some faith and build on that and move one step further. We have won three games, ”Talis told Triple M.
“And in a successful business, that’s not enough, so who are you looking at? You know what, I actually see myself a lot in this. Can I help him? Not sure but I went down to training? Only twice.
“I went and spent the day with David Fifta and Tino and those people, I went to training and helped.
“I am part of the problem, not part of the solution. So I’m very sorry. I love to win and I am a bad loser. I am a very bad loser. You’ve seen me lose in the beginning, I don’t like to lose. ”
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Titan captain Tino Faasumalewei plays his heart out every week but is often angered by his teammates.
Holbrook promised to swing the ax following Newcastle’s defeat and said Talis would feel for the hard-working players.
“I am very sorry for Tino and for some of the men who put their hearts and souls in this,” he said.
“And I’m sorry for the owners but in general we all have to fix the problem there. Do I know the answer? All of them? No but I know some of them.”
At 80 minutes, I think we don’t seem to be able to play 40 minutes. Every time I go to practice, I walk for 80 minutes and I don’t think we are on that side.
Talis stressed that the club should look for the DNA and stick to it.
I want us to stand for something. They want to stand for something in life. (Form NRL player) James Graham and looking at his work, I knew what he stood for, ”he said.
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“I can’t be fired because they don’t pay me. I want them to keep me free at any time. Take a look at that season and make sure you stand out as a club for something.
It’s a very loyal club, but I really want to be a hard-working club that wins games.
“The list goes on and on.
“I can’t lift the Broncos hat because if we don’t win, we will lose. I remember Keros Walters sacking Michael Hancock, who finished third in Brisbane and went one game before the final and did not finish.
If you want to compete and win a race – that’s what I see.
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