Roosters coaching structure questioned as Robinson fires up

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With only five games left, the Roosters are staring down the barrel of their worst season since 2016 when they finished 15th and sit four points outside the top eight.reports emerging that as a result, the club is set to review their coaching structure next seasonRobinson is signed at the Roosters on a long-term contract until the end of 2028, however high-profile part-time halves coach Cooper Cronk and long-time assistant coach Matt King look to be in the firing line next season.

Speaking to the media on Wednesday ahead of the Sea Eagles showdown, Robinson was forced to deny any changes will occur to the coaching structure moving forward.“All of my staff that are here this year will be here next year, that’s pretty clear,” Robinson told reporters. “I don’t know who is putting out those reports, there haven’t been those discussions internally,” Robinson said.“Any other reports are a long list of hearsay.

“The long lists of tests that he has been doing over the last few weeks have come back really positive.“When he gets back to that training load, then we’ll get him back into playing footy.”

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