St George Illawarra Dragons assistant coach Shane Flanagan let go by membership as Anthony Griffin’s supporty workers shake-up begins


St George Illawarra’s teaching cleanse has began, with premiership-winning boss Shane Flanagan instructed he won’t be required when Anthony Griffin takes over subsequent yr.

Flanagan, who pressed the membership for a choice on whether or not they would take up a one-year possibility of their favour for 2021, can be looking out for a brand new employer, and fellow assistant James Shepherd was additionally let go by the Pink V.

Interim coach Dean Younger admitted on Friday he wasn’t certain if he’ll stick with the Dragons to work beneath Griffin, who was earlier this week named as Paul McGregor’s everlasting successor.

Griffin beat Younger and Knights assistant David Furner to the position.