BY STAFF WRITERS
Former captain and Brisbane Broncos legend Gorden Tallis has taken aim at the club’s CEO Paul White and head coach Anthony Seibold after the side slumped to yet another loss against Newcastle.
The Broncos have lost four on the trot and barely challenged the Knights in Gosford going down 27-6.
“I’m not sure whether Seibold has the runs on the board and the CEO (White), because he’s been there for four coaches,” Tallis said on Fox League after the match.
“I’m not sure whether he’s making the right decisions and that’s why they’ve gone and bought a Ben Te’o and an Isaac Luke, they’ve missed (Kalyn) Ponga… they’ve missed players.
“The decisions that are getting made there are poor.”
Tallis also repeated his previous claims that former Broncos haven’t been welcome at the organization in recent seasons.
“When you talk about the old boys or that they’ve had an old boy going back, and we would have all tied in, he’s kept us at arm’s length.”
Meanwhile, Immortal Andrew Johns has blasted the Broncos on Channel Nine telling coach Seibold to sack under pressure half Anthony Milford.
“They look clueless,” Johns said.
“We’ve spoken about Milford for the past couple of weeks, I think he needs to be dropped, I’d be putting young Dearden in and giving him a shot.
“But the halves just aren’t playing together.
“They need to blow their attack up.
“(Seibold) needs some new ideas because they are legless. They scored one try tonight off an intercept. They are just clueless in attack.”