Listening to him in interviews he mentions how much he loves coaching. That will be the main reason for the Tigers job as it is day to day working with the players. Hopefully the uniqueness of a rep coaching role in bringing guys together from different clubs, going on tour is a challenge that continues to interest him. The main concern will be if the Tigers struggle (good for the Warriors bad for the Kiwis).He's publicly said that he will only take up an NRL coaching role if he can continue on as the Kiwi coach so hopefully he sticks to that and guides us through to the World Cup.
All this coaching movement is pretty crazy, never seen anything like it. Wonder if we will see much player movement off the back of it, you'd have to think yes.
The guys a workaholic I don’t believe we lose anything by having him coach an NRL side, if anything it’ll help to keep his keep his tools sharp.