After improving marginally on last year’s performance it appears time is up for Nathan Brown at the Knights.
The Knights’ head coach was informed today that the club were looking to move in a different direction and were unhappy with the current level of improvement shown by the playing group, according to the Newcastle Herald.
Although finals is still in the mix for Newcastle this year it is unlikely, meaning they’ll be out of the finals for a staggering sixth-straight year.
Under Brown the Knights have won two wooden spoons and currently sit with a 26% win percentage over his near four-year tenure.
Considering the likes of Kalyn Ponga and Mitchell Pearce are leading the roster it is safe to say the Knights are underperforming and need a vast improvement in 2020.