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Block Bennett’s Broncos move: Meninga

Queensland great Mal Meninga says Brisbane may need to make a clean break from Wayne Bennett.Mal Meninga is urging Brisbane to make a “clean break” and block Wayne Bennett’s mooted bid to become the NRL club’s head of football.
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The Queensland great says the next Broncos coach should be allowed to to “do his own thing”, something he can’t see happening with Bennett watching over him.

Brisbane have delayed a decision on the issue until season’s end in a bid to quash the speculation swirling around Bennett.

The foundation mentor and seven-time premiership-winning coach is off contract next year but recently tabled a proposal to the Broncos board that he stay on until the end of 2020 before transitioning to a new head of football role.

But Meninga told Fox Sports’ Queenslanders Only: “If you’re going to make a break from Wayne Bennett (as head coach) you’ve got to make a break.

“I’m thinking Wayne’s been such an instrumental part of that club right from the beginning that you probably need to have a clean break and give an experienced coach an opportunity to do his own thing with the club.

“It is a club steeped in great culture and history and it’s probably one of the biggest brands in Australian sport as well so it’s a huge role to take being head coach of the Broncos.”

In his 25th season at the Broncos helm, Bennett called out Brisbane’s board last week by demanding a decision on his future after the latest rumours linked South Sydney’s Anthony Seibold to the club.

A day later, he made a brief statement that he had agreed with the board not to make any more comments about the club’s coaching future until season’s end.

Meninga said the Broncos had made the right decision to “nip it in the bud” and delay a call until October.

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