The NRL revealed their 2020 fixture two days ago and, of course, fans have been scrambling to complain about how unfair their club’s fixture is, while also noting how easy other teams have it.
Gold Coast are reportedly poised to sack coach Garth Brennan a day before the findings from a mid-season review are handed down to the NRL club’s board.
Brennan has won just 12 of 40 games at the helm of the Titans with Friday’s 24-2 defeat to Penrith leaving them last on the ladder with just four wins in 2019.
It’s expected Brennan’s assistants and club head of performance and culture Mal Meninga will take over the coaching of the team for the remainder of the season.
The Titans are expected to make an official announcement confirming Brennan’s departure later on Sunday.
Meninga led the review into the club’s football department, which came after the Titans slumped to their worst start to an NRL season after a 22-16 loss to Canterbury in May.
The Titans have made finals just three times since joining the competition in 2007.
Average crowds have slumped from a peak of 21,618 in 2008 to a low of 11,206 in 2019.