St George Premiership winner Jamie Soward hints a HUGE announcement is just hours away: ‘Today is going to be a good day if you’re a Dragons fan’
- Soward is the NRLW team coach
- Helped them win the premiership in 2010
- A clue came amid the search for a new coach
Premiership winner and NRLW Dragons manager Jamie Soward has dropped a bombshell on the club’s long-suffering fans by hinting the team will make a huge announcement on Wednesday.
The former Saints halfback took to Twitter in the early hours of the morning to write: “Today is going to be a great day. If you are a fan of @NRL_Dragons. Stay tuned……’
St George sacked coach Anthony Griffin on May 15 and their supporters are eagerly awaiting news of who will replace him.
Former Dragons prop Jason Ryles is the favorite to take over, with ex-teammates Dean Young and Ben Hornby also reportedly in the mix.
NRLW Dragons coach and 2010 Premiership winner Jamie Soward (pictured playing in 2013) has hinted at a huge development set to take place on Wednesday
The former half-back put fans on edge with this cryptic early morning tweet
Ryles is currently a highly valued assistant to Roosters coach Trent Robinson and also cut his teeth under Craig Bellamy at the Storm, where he worked from 2015-2020.
He was even brought in by Eddie Jones during his stint as England rugby union coach to ‘bring that harder advantage to our defence’, as the current England boss put it. Wallabies.
Ryles is contracted to the Roosters until 2024 but there is speculation the team will let him walk.
The towering former forward rower has reportedly set out a set of conditions he wants the Dragons to fulfill before signing, including being given a five-year deal and broad control over the squad setup so he can bring about widespread changes.
There has been widespread speculation over who will become the new Red V manager, with former Saints prop Jason Ryles (pictured) being favored to land the job.
St George Illawarra fell last on the ladder after a shocking run both on and off the pitch under sacked manager Anthony Griffin (pictured).
St George Illawarra are currently dead last with a record of just three wins after 12 rounds.
The team also endured a horror run off the pitch, with club bosses failing to show up for a dinner to mark star Ben Hunt’s 300th game and five-eighth Talatau Amone facing serious charges for an alleged hammer attack.
Even the announcement of Griffin’s exit was mishandled, with the club scheduling media interviews for the players minutes after he was sacked, leaving them in an ambush of questions.
The Dragons are currently managed by interim manager Ryan Carr, who competed with Adam Reynolds for the Souths half-back position before his playing career was cut short by injury.