Query marks round Craig Bellamy’s resolution to surrender teaching may have implications for St George Illawarra’s seek for a brand new coach.
The Sydney Morning Herald studies Bellamy is giving critical consideration to teaching on in 2024 and is anticipated to make a conclusive name in coming days.
It is understood the Storm have their eye on former Saints captain and Roosters assistant Jason Ryles as a possible alternative, with the Dragons additionally contemplating the previous skipper as a candidate to take the highest job subsequent 12 months.
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Bellamy was anticipated to name it quits on the finish of this season, earlier than taking an off-field position with the Storm. However he reportedly has informed these near him that he’s leaning in direction of one other 12 months as head coach.
If that occurs and may Bellamy retire on the finish of 2024, Ryles might fulfil his Roosters commitments after which transition to the Storm.
Ryles is at the moment an assistant to Trent Robinson on the Roosters and is contracted till the top of 2024.
On the month-to-month Dragons board assembly on the St George Leagues Membership on Tuesday, administrators gave administration the inexperienced gentle to method potential candidates for the job for subsequent 12 months.
The shortlist is anticipated to incorporate Ryles, and former teammates Ben Hornby and Dean Younger, who’re at the moment assistants on the Rabbitohs and Cowboys.
Different coaches prone to be sounded out embrace the premiership-winning trio of Des Hasler, Shane Flanagan and Michael Maguire.
The report states that even when Bellamy decides to hold up the clipboard after this season, there isn’t a assure that Ryles will entertain becoming a member of the Dragons.
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