Internationals Kiwis New Coach 2018?

Who would you like to be the Kiwis next coach?

  • Des Hasler

  • Geoff Toovey

  • Laurie Daly

  • Michael Maguire


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Trugoy

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anyone for Bellamy "Kiwi Coach

Bellamy yet to make call on NRL future

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Melissa Woods 2 hrs ago

© AAP Image/Tracey Nearmy Storm coach Craig Bellamy. Overseeing his 400th NRL game this Saturday against Wests Tigers, Melbourne Storm's Craig Bellamy says he's still undecided about his coaching future.

Bellamy says he's still to make a call whether to continue at the Storm, call it quits or coach at another NRL club.

"I'm still having a think about the future and hopefully soon I will make a decision but at the moment we're just focused on the footy," Bellamy said on Wednesday.
 
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Miket12

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anyone for Bellamy "Kiwi Coach

Bellamy yet to make call on NRL future

AAP
Melissa Woods 2 hrs ago

© AAP Image/Tracey Nearmy Storm coach Craig Bellamy. Overseeing his 400th NRL game this Saturday against Wests Tigers, Melbourne Storm's Craig Bellamy says he's still undecided about his coaching future.

Bellamy says he's still to make a call whether to continue at the Storm, call it quits or coach at another NRL club.

"I'm still having a think about the future and hopefully soon I will make a decision but at the moment we're just focused on the footy," Bellamy said on Wednesday.
Would he like to come to the Warriors next season to be an assistant coach to SuperCoach Kearney?
 

smc

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May 19, 2012
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I’m amazed it took Kidwell this long to make that decision. I can only assume it’s taken him this long to read the report.
Is that trained dolphin we had lined up to replace bluey still looking for a gig?
 

Selector

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According to the SMH Michael Macguire has also applied for the Kiwis job.
https://www.smh.com.au/sport/nrl/mi...b-following-test-boycott-20180404-p4z7ra.html

Not sure how i feel about Macguire or Toovey getting the job. On the one hand they would do a great job but what happens if they get an NRL job? You could have the same situation that happened with Kearney leaving less than a year out from the world cup and been replaced by a rookie like Kidwell.
 

YeahNah 4020

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According to the SMH Michael Macguire has also applied for the Kiwis job.
https://www.smh.com.au/sport/nrl/mi...b-following-test-boycott-20180404-p4z7ra.html

Not sure how i feel about Macguire or Toovey getting the job. On the one hand they would do a great job but what happens if they get an NRL job? You could have the same situation that happened with Kearney leaving less than a year out from the world cup and been replaced by a rookie like Kidwell.

True that!

Are we able to put a clause in the contract along the lines of:

3 year deal
Can’t terminate due to NRL club offer
Can be terminated based on results

Can we do that ?
 

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Would prefer Madge over Toovey tbh, Toovey’s never taken a losing team and turned them into a winning one.

Everything he did with Manly was on the back of Des Hasler, Maguire on the other hand has rebuilt a side and taken them to a GF and won.

Selectors right we need somebody long term who can follow through and take us to the next World Cup.
 

jonesy101

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According to the SMH Michael Macguire has also applied for the Kiwis job.
https://www.smh.com.au/sport/nrl/mi...b-following-test-boycott-20180404-p4z7ra.html

Not sure how i feel about Macguire or Toovey getting the job. On the one hand they would do a great job but what happens if they get an NRL job? You could have the same situation that happened with Kearney leaving less than a year out from the world cup and been replaced by a rookie like Kidwell.
I'd rather take that risk than try and develop a less experienced coach on the basis they are less likely to jump ship. The Kiwi brand is at such a low ebb they need some short term results to get everyone interested again.
 

razzrillinger

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There's no reason why somebody couldn't be a club coach and coach the Kiwis.

Am I right when I say that Kearney would have stayed on had the Warriors not insisted that he only coach the club?
 

eudebrito

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I like Tooves, he's got a lot of competitiveness and he's not a dummy, roster management etc is irrelevant for a rep team.

So long as he selects the right players, creates a stable environment where the focus is on the games and not on the culture should do fine.

Maguire or Hasler will get hired before him for a club job, so should get a few years out of him.
 

dean

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If Daley, Toovey or Maguire have applied, we are lucky. I doubt the pay will be anything like they have been used too and should the coach get an NRL head coach position , we will probably have to cop it and say goodbye. I'd rather that than appoint a second rate coach unlikely to get a better offer elsewhere.
 

Te Aro

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Apr 2, 2018
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I'd love to see Maguire get the job, otherwise Toovey would be a good second option. A big no to Daley though.
 
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Sky Waka

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Laurie Daley was supportive of how the Kiwis were playing in the World Cup and believed that the way they played would trouble the Kangaroos... but they didn't even get that far, got beat by Tonga then knocked out by Fiji.

I wouldn't be comfortable Daley being appointed coach of the Warriors let alone the Kiwis. I'm uneasy with an ex-Kangaroo becoming Kiwi coach.

McGuire might be a good option, but I think and this is just my opinion Neil Henry is a little better at getting the most out of players at his disposal.
 

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NRL heavy-hitters drop in for NZ Kiwis coach interviews
The Kiwis rugby league team are one step closer to a new coach, after a whirlwind round of job interviews in Auckland over the past couple of days.

Newshub can reveal at least three prominent Sydney coaches - former Manly teammates Geoff Toovey and Des Hasler, and NSW State of Origin mentor Laurie Daley - were in town on Tuesday to push their cases for selection, with another also understood to be in consideration.

Of the four, Hasler has the best credentials, guiding Manly to two NRL premierships and another Grand Final appearance, and Canterbury Bulldogs to two finals.

Toovey succeeded him at the Sea Eagles and led them to the 2013 Grand Final.

Daley has never coached in the NRL, but has prepared the Blues since 2013, winning one Origina series.

The national team is scrambling to regroup, after a disastrous 2017 World Cup campaign that saw them beaten by Tonga and eliminated by Fiji in the quarter-finals. Incumbent coach David Kidwell chose not to reapply for his job.

NZ Rugby League has appointed a high-powered independent panel, including Kiwis legend Dean Bell, former Warriors captain Monty Betham, former Kiwis coach Frank Endacott, and former Silver Ferns netball captain and coach Waimarama Taumaunu, to oversee the coaching appointment.
 
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