Griffin rewarded with extended contract

Anthony Griffin

He has taken control of the Broncos since Wayne Bennett’s departure, winning 31 of 44 NRL games in that time -and now, Broncos coach Anthony Griffin has been rewarded with a new 2-year extension to his current contract as Broncos coach.

The new contract will see Griffin remain with the club until the end of 2015, with Griffin already contracted to the club until the end of the 2013 NRL season.

“This provides our players, staff, members, supporters and sponsors with certainty about Anthony’s commitment to the club and our commitment to him,” said Broncos’ chief executive Paul White.

“As a club and a business, one of our key aims is to make sure we have the right people in the right job.

“Anthony has shown he is a very talented coach and man manager at the NRL level and we have been impressed with his contribution not only to the team as a coach, but to the club as a whole.

“One of his greatest qualities is his ability to distance himself from short-term decision making and put the long-term goals of the club at the forefront of his process.

“He has stood by those bold decisions and made them work, and in doing so he has provided a safe and stable environment for everyone here at the club.”

Griffin’s tenure at the Broncos organisation, began in 2008, when he was named the NYC coach.

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