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Monday, 17 September 2018

Ciraldo gets Panthers' vote of confidence


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Penrith Panthers General Manager Phil Gould has given his vote of confidence to caretaker coach Cameron Ciraldo despite the Panthers' semi-final exit to Cronulla.

Speaking on 100% Footy, Gould was questioned on when a decision would be made on the Panthers' permanent coach moving forward, and was effusive in his praise of Ciraldo.

"We're not changing anything, so it is what it is at the moment," Gould said.

"I've been really impressed. The last month I've got to say internally in our club it has been nothing but positive.

Gould highlighted Ciraldo's management of a difficult situation following the unceremonious sacking of former head coach Anthony Griffin as being especially impressive.

 Gould praised Ciraldo for managing a difficult situation and preparing the Panthers to take on the Sharks

"The changeover was seamless and things improved remarkably in a number of key areas and our coaching staff did a wonderful job," Gould said.

"Cameron Ciraldo in a difficult situation took control of that and I think he did an amazing job.

"I thought our sides were better prepared than they had been all season in the last month of football and it showed because that downward spiral eased and then they came back up and they were ready to play against the Sharks."

Following the dismissal of Griffin, the Panthers were linked current Wests Tigers coach Ivan Cleary, but Cleary has since pledged his future to the Tigers for the time being. 

Cleary was in attendance on Friday night to cheer on the Panthers and his son Nathan as their courageous comeback attempt fell just short against the Cronulla Sharks.

Penrith Panthers General Manager Phil Gould has given his vote of confidence to caretaker coach Cameron Ciraldo despite the Panthers' semi-final exit to Cronulla.

Speaking on 100% Footy, Gould was questioned on when a decision would be made on the Panthers' permanent coach moving forward, and was effusive in his praise of Ciraldo.

"We're not changing anything, so it is what it is at the moment," Gould said.

"I've been really impressed. The last month I've got to say internally in our club it has been nothing but positive.

Gould highlighted Ciraldo's management of a difficult situation following the unceremonious sacking of former head coach Anthony Griffin as being especially impressive.

 Gould praised Ciraldo for managing a difficult situation and preparing the Panthers to take on the Sharks

"The changeover was seamless and things improved remarkably in a number of key areas and our coaching staff did a wonderful job," Gould said.

"Cameron Ciraldo in a difficult situation took control of that and I think he did an amazing job.

"I thought our sides were better prepared than they had been all season in the last month of football and it showed because that downward spiral eased and then they came back up and they were ready to play against the Sharks."

Following the dismissal of Griffin, the Panthers were linked current Wests Tigers coach Ivan Cleary, but Cleary has since pledged his future to the Tigers for the time being. 

Cleary was in attendance on Friday night to cheer on the Panthers and his son Nathan as their courageous comeback attempt fell just short against the Cronulla Sharks.

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