Brisbane Broncos chief executive Paul White will not fire Seabold after the club’s sixth defeat

“We have settled in a drawn-out phase where we have lost eight in a row and the club must have stayed there and we have been rewarded on the other side for that. That’s what we want to do now.”

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CIBLED Red Hill has yet to win with the Broncos after just 18 months on a five-year contract NRL has re-launched COVID-19 after a suspension.

It included a club record from -09-05 with the dog snarling into the hands of the roosters.

The club is backing plans to bring in an assistant to help the former Daily M coach of the year, which could include Queensland Origin coach Kevin Walters or sacked Warriors boss Stephen Kearney.

“I’m happy with our roster but we need to take a long-term view of it,” White said.

“There will be ups and downs. We can turn it around next week and hopefully we will, but with the development of a playing squad and roster you will have ups and downs.

“The gap between success and failure in the modern game is thin. Our goal at the club is to develop a system where the difference between our best performance and worst performance is not out of the question. We are not there yet and we are working to make it happen. “

NSW Origin coach Brad Fitler asked the Broncos player to refrain from any form of social interaction after captain Alex Glenn appeared after the players were threatened with death online last week.

“It’s just a sign of how immature this group is to get involved in that part of their lives right now,” Fitler told Nines The Footy Show. “Put your phone away, don’t buy a newspaper, turn off the news and go to training. It’s easy. It’s just 101.

“Not everyone lives online. It’s not mandatory and whatever it does makes your life worse. Seriously. As a coach you just say, ‘If I see any of you in this, you’re not on the team. I can’t be bothered right now. ‘

“It simply came to our notice then. You start from here. “

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