Jason Demetriou sacked as South Sydney Rabbitohs head coach


South Sydney Rabbitohs head coach, Jason Demetriou has been sacked after multiple drawn-out meetings about his future at the club.

Chair and South Sydney Rabbitohs boss, Nick Pappas confirmed that the board unanimously agreed on Demetriou’s exit at the final meeting – which lasted another two hours on top of what was initially indicated.

“The board was unanimous that the time had come for Jason to be moved on with all his rights on his contract,” Pappas said.

“We thank Jason for his services to the club. I know he gave his very best”.

According to The Australian, Demetriou’s assistant, Ben Hornby will take on the role as an interim for the remainder of the year.

Making his exist after working as Head Coach of the NRL team after only eight rounds, Demetriou looks to be officially replaced by seven-time premiership winner, Wayne Bennett.

Source: The Australian




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